Wiki Loves Maps seminar

Artikkelikuva: Wiki Loves Maps seminar
The seminar will bring into focus location-based projects from near and far, and discuss citizen participation in gathering and interpreting cultural heritage. The language of the seminar is English. Register here.
9.00 Coffee
9.30 Working together
Welcome. Presenting Historical Aleksanterinkatu.
Introduction by Lars Lundqvist, Riksantikvarieämbetet, Sweden
Showcase of GLAM* projects with Wikimedia from Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Estonia.
11.00 Case studies, Juuso Lehtinen, Apps4Finland winner 2014
Historical aerial images from the metropolitan area, Arend Oudman, City of Helsinki.
Use of Augmented Reality for presenting historical environments, Timo Korkalainen, Technology Research Center, University of Turku
Ajapaik/Timepatch – gamified crowdsourcing of geotags for historic photographs, Vahur Puik, Estonia, Europeana Open Innovation Challenges winner
Keynote Peter Neubauer, Mapillary, Sweden
12.30 Lunch
13.30 Maps hackathons & other innovations
Keynote NYPL Labs: what we’ve learned in 3 years Mauricio Giraldo, New York Public Library Labs
Panel Cultural hackathons #Hack4DK (Jacob Wang, Nationalmuseet, Denmark), #Hack4NO (Lars Rogstad, Kulturrådet, Norway) and #Hack4FI.
15.15 DIY history
Discussion Platforms and projects for citizen historians Sanna Jokela, Lounaispaikka; Kaisa Kyläkoski, Sukututkijan loppuvuosi; Kimmo Lehtonen, Albumit Auki!, Lasipalatsin Mediakeskus; Pauliina Latvala, University of Turku and Lars Lundqvist, Riksantikvarieämbetet.
Presentation Maptime – a worldwide open learning environment for mapmakers Bert Spaan, Waag Society, Netherlands
* GLAM = Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums.
More information:
Twitter, Instagram #wikilovesmaps


Time: 02/05/2015 – 09:00 – 16:00 – 02/05/2015 – 09:00 – 16:00
Venue: Aalto Media Factory, Hämeentie 135 A, 00560, Helsinki, Finland


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