Registration is now open for MuseumDigit 2019, a museum conference on digital trends and innovations held at the Hungarian National Museum on November 26 & 27, 2019 in Budapest, Hungary.
MuseumDigit brings together bright minds to give talks on a wide range of subjects related to digitisation and digital cultural heritage, to foster learning, inspiration and innovation and provoke conversations that matter. This year’s topics include inclusive museums, Big Data and AI in museums, digitisation, accessibility and digital competence through a series of best practices and successful strategies.
Besides numerous international and Hungarian speakers, this year we’ll be welcoming Angie Judge from Dexibit, USA and Jerzy Gawronski of the Below the Surface project. MuseumDigit has an audience of about 300 museum experts, digital creatives, storytellers, IT innovators and university students.
Early bird tickets are now available for 25 euros. Tickets include two free full lunches, snacks and refreshments. Students can register for tickets with a large discount. Deadline for the registration and payment: 20th November 2019.
Download the promotion flyer (PDF).
Europeana Data Day – workshop in Budapest, November 25
Do you wish to know more about how your cultural data can be published on the europana.eu website? Do you wish to have training on how to prepare your digital artifacts for processing by Europeana? Come to our one day workshop program in the Hungarian National Museum and participate for FREE, on the 25th of November, at the 0 day of the annual MuseumDigit Conference.
Online registration: http://www.ommik.hu/index.php/hu/europeana-workshop
Program coordinators: Hungarian National Museum, National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information and Europeana Foundation
Moderator: Ms Fiona Mowat PhD, Data Ingestion Specialist, Europeana Foundation
Location: Hungarian National Museum, Hungary, 1088. Budapest, Múzeum krt. 14-16.
Date and time: 25 November 2019, from 10 am to 5 pm
The morning session will be an introduction to the importance of metadata quality and examine ways to improve metadata at source before discussing both mapping into the Europeana Data Model (EDM) and how we can measure data quality using the Europeana Publishing Framework (EPF). The afternoon session will focus on enriching metadata using Linked Open Data (LOD) vocabulary. Both sessions will end with open discussions, where participants are welcome to ask questions and to give feedback. At the end of the day conclusions will be outlined by the coordinators.