Monday Morning Coffee with Delphine, Frank & Martin
Meet us virtually the first Monday of the month for an informal chat, a talk, a sigh or a smile. And maybe coffee or tea? It will be an open room to talk about anything academic heritage related or maybe something else? Let’s see!
Next Monday Morning Coffee: Monday, December 7, 10 a.m. (CET)
You don’t have to register, just come by! More information including a link to the “virtual café” will be sent via the newsletter/mailing list and posted here the week before.
Any ideas, questions or suggestions? Please, contact us! See you soon!
Delphine, Frank and Martin
Delphine Isseman, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Frank Meijer, <email@example.com>
Martin Stricker, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last Monday Morning Coffee: Monday, November 2
Links to visualisation and online exhibition resources we talked about:
- VZ-C6 Ceiling Visualizer
- Vizua 3D content platform
- German Digital Library: virtual exhibition platform DDBstudio
- University of Göttingen (Germany): digital exhibitions
Online Workshop: Digital after the crisis, June 25th: documentation
Digital after the crisis. Short term effects and long term impacts of COVID-19 on online collections and usage of digital tools for academic heritage
Thursday, June 25th 2020
- Annelies Van de Ven (UCLouvain, Belgium)
One-block at a time: Overcoming imposter syndrome in a digital museum world
Presentation – Abstract
- Slađana Savić (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia, The Great Serbian Chemists’ Collection)
We’ll meet online – An online exhibition at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Chemistry
Presentation – Abstract
- Myrsini Pichou (Athens University History Museum, Greece)
Emmanouil in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic
About the Working Group
The Working Group Digital Initiatives started in 2015, with a workshop during the Universeum meeting in Athens. Since then we have organised workshops in Utrecht, Belgrade, Glasgow and Brno, around different topics on digital academic heritage (see below).
We, the current chairs of the Working Group, are: Delphine Issenmann, from the Jardin des sciences, Université de Strasbourg, Frank Meijer, from the Dutch Foundation for Academic Heritage and Martin Stricker from the Coordination Centre for Scientific University Collections in Germany.
We are always happy to meet you and work with you on one of our workshops during Universeum meetings. And in between: if you have any ideas, remarks or suggestions regarding the working group and its activities, please don’t hesitate to contact us (you’ll find our emails at the bottom of this page)!
Workshop at 2019 Universeum Network Meeting in Brno
Thursday, June 20 2019, 9:00 – 12:00
Workshop at 2018 Universeum Network Meeting in Glasgow
The Human Factor
Friday 15th of June 2018, 10:00 – 12:30
Workshop Report Glasgow (PDF)
Workshop at 2017 Universeum Network Meeting in Belgrade
Friday 6th of June 2017, 15:30 – 19:00
Workshop Report Belgrade (PDF)
Workshop at 2016 Universeum Network Meeting in Amsterdam/Utrecht
Friday 10th of June 2016, 15.00 – 17.30
Workshop Report Utrecht (PDF)
Workshop at 2015 Universeum Network Meeting in Athens
Friday 12th of June 2015, 9:30 – 13:15
Presentations and Talks Athens (Zip Archive)