3rd SAVE Symposium 2023
On 26 January 2023, the third free specialist day entitled "Use of digitised data - ideas and concepts" was held for interested parties from Saxon archives, museums, municipal administrations, libraries and specialist institutes.
The presentations and discussions focused on the question of how the digitised data provided by your institution finds its way into the wider knowledge society. How do you best address your users? How can digitised material enrich thematic exhibitions? And what legal hurdles do I need to be aware of if I want to present digital copies to the public?
Entrée - film summary of SAVE examples 2022
WelcomeDr. phil. Martin Morgenstern, Public Relations SAVE
GreetingsMarkus Rehm (Deputy Director General and Commercial Director SLUB Dresden) Joachim Günther (Chairman of the Board Filmverband Sachsen e.V.)
SAVE - Safeguarding Audiovisual Heritage in SaxonyLukas Schneider (SAVE - Project Management) Josephine Winkler (SAVE - Technical Coordination and Cataloguing)
Lecture 1Experiences with digitisation sources within the SAVE programme / suggestions and recommendations for future digitisation projects(Veronika Thiele, Municipality of Mildenau)
The lecture will take place as a workshop discussion with Lukas Schneider and Martin Morgenstern.
Lecture 2 "Brave new world? Researching and networking multimedia sources "(Martin Munke, SLUB Dresden, Dept. of Manuscripts, Early Printed Books and Regional Studies)
Lecture 3Use of digitised material in the museum context (Aikko Wulff, Museum Director Sportmuseum Leipzig / Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Leipzig)
Lecture 4Use of digitised material in a new exhibition - concept presentation(Dr. phil. Lukas Foerster, freelance media scientist)
Lecture 5Local presentation / public screening of digitised material(Oleg Jampolski, lawyer, media law, Berlin)
Lecture 6Film identification and material history of analogue film(Zuzana Gröner, Senior Producer Restoration & Preservation | PHAROS - The Post Group)
|14.00||Open discussion (Moderation: Martin Morgenstern)|
|15.00||Closing and thanks (Lukas Schneider)|