Seminar – Thursday 7th June 2018
Time: 11.00 – 17.00
Venue: University of Copenhagen
Room 22.0.49 (building 22, ground floor, room 49)
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
In the beginning of 2017 two workshops were held at UCPH under the headlines “Digital Editions and Resources from the User’s Perspective” (February 6th) and “Digital Editions and Resources from the Editor’s Perspective” (March 6th-7th). Now it is time to invite you a follow up seminar Thursday 7th June on the topic of Generic Platforms.
One of the results of the 2017 workshops was a set of recommendations from users and editors as to how a generic encoding practise and viewing application should be organised. From these, a team comprised the set of XML guidelines (TEI fælles praksis ¬– TEI Generic Practice) which was circulated amongst the participant September last year. Taking a similar approach, this seminar seeks define how a generic national application might be established through presentations of similar endeavours from Finland, Switzerland, and Norway. In addition, Karen-Magrethe Österlin will provide us with the professional design perspective, and The Royal Library will present their first test-version of a new generic application.
We hope as many of you will join us and discuss this important topic. After the seminar, we will go out for a vegetarian (and low cost) meal and everyone is welcome to join at his or her own expense. Please use the link below to register – and remember to use the checkbox for the evening plans:
PROGRAM 11.00 Welcome (Klaus Nielsen)
11.10 Karola Söderman, Director of information, and Niklas Liljestrand, Director of system development, The Society of Swedish Literature in Finland (SLS) – From Work Site to Reading App · A Generic Application for Finish Literature
12.00 Dr. Samuel Müller, Managing Director of the Forum für Edition und Erschliessung (FEE) of Basel University, Operational Project Director of NIE-INE (Nationale Infrastruktur für Editionen - Infrastructure nationale pour les éditions) – On Infrastructure and Long-term Preservation of Digital Editions
13.40 Ellen Nessheim Wiger, National Library of Norway, Oslo, Chief Editor of bokselskap.no
– Experiences with User Feedback from the Archive of Norwegian Literature 14.20 Group discussions
14.40 Sum up
15.15 Karen-Magrethe Österlin, University College South Denmark, Assistant Professor of Graphic Communication – On the Digital Reading Experiences 15.55 Bo Kranz Simonsen & Ditte Laursen, The Royal Library, Copenhagen – Presentation of the Test-Version of the New Platform 16.15 Feedback & discussion – How to proceed?
17.45 Eat & greet at Riz Raz, Store Kannikestræde 19, DK-1169 Copenhagen K