Slides and sounds

You can find slides from all presentations on the Program page, along with audio recordings from all plenary sessions.

If you did a lightning talk and would like us to put your slides up, please send them to us.

We’re still working on the video recordings, but unfortunately won’t be able to complete them before summer swirls us away.

Open Planning Meeting on Monday June 6

You are invited to the ELAG Open Planning Meeting on Monday June 6 at 16:00. This is open to anyone interested in discussing the plans for the next ELAG, particularly the conference theme and subthemes.  The meeting takes place in the Black Diamond Building, between the last bootcamp and the Opening Reception. Please come and participate.

Key note speaker: Merete Sanderhoff

Great news: We are so happy to announce that Merete Sanderhoff will deliver the key note address at this year’s conference. You can all start looking forward to an inspiring talk on transitional practices of the digital cultural heritage world.

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Merete Sanderhoff (Photo: CC BY-SA Europeana)

Merete Sanderhoff is Curator and Senior Advisor in the field of digital museum practice at Statens Museum for Kunst in Copenhagen, where she is working to provide free access to, and encourage re-use of, the museum’s digitised collections. She is a frequent speaker and moderator at international digital heritage conferences. A conference organiser herself, she has set the agenda for openness in the Danish GLAM community at the international Sharing is Caring seminars in Copenhagen. Merete has published substantial research in the area of digital museum practice, including in the anthology Sharing is Caring: Openness and Sharing in the Cultural Heritage Sector (2014). She serves on the Europeana Foundation Governing Board and Members Council, the OpenGLAM Advisory Board, and the Board of DIAS Digital Interactive Art Space. You can find her on Twitter @MSanderhoff.