At the Ethnologisches Museum in Berlin, the Europeana DSI Workshop «Tools to make your collection widely visible» was co-organized by Michael Culture association, NEMO and SPK, within the Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) project, on 15th Februaty 2016.
Sarah Wassermann from SPK spoke about E-Space in the presentation “Things to check when implementing an APP in a museum”, presenting guiding questions and things that should be considered when preparing an app for a museum – referring to the example of the development of the Blinkster App. the lessons learnt bu the Museums Pilot are extremely valuable for other institutions and in facts during the workshop raised the suggestion to spread and disseminate the raised questions and considerations in a public document.
On 11th May an important German event Frühjahrstagung Fachgruppe Dokumentation (Spring Conference of Professional Group Documentation) was organzied by Deutscher Museumsbund (German Museums Association), and Monika Hagedorn-Saupe from SPK disseminate about E-Space project and the Museums Pilot within the attendees including professionals from the Cultural Heritage & technology field, e.g. Museums, Libraries and Universities, also distributing the E-Space pilots leaflet and networking with experts in the Cultural Heritage sector.
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