by Beatrix Lehmann, Museummedien
On Monday the 16th March 2015, the German partners of the E-Space TV Pilot (Doreen Ritter and Jennifer Mueller from RBB) and the E-Space Museums Pilot (Monika Hagedorn-Saupe from SPK, Sarah Wassermann from MEK and Beatrix Lehmann from Museumsmedien) had a meeting concerning their cooperation, at the Institute for Museums Research in Berlin.
It was the first meeting to strengthen a cooperation. The partners pointed out how they can benefit from each other, and how such a cooperation can support the goals of the Europeana Space project.
An interesting and useful link could be the use of RBB contents for the two Museums subpilots Toolbox and Blinkster App. Requests concerning topics and contents (television, radio or online broadcasts) will be prepared. Vice versa the use and potential use cases of the Toolbox for the RBB were discussed.
With regard to the Museums hackathon in March 2016, the partners will discuss different scenarios of a cooperation.
The partners proposed to visit or to present the pilots and the project itself, on the following events:
IFA – Consumer Electronics Unlimited
Date: 4-9 September 2015, in Berlin, Germany
http://www.ifa-berlin.de/ (only in German available)
Annual autumn conference working group “Documentation” of the German Museums Association
Date: 12/14 October 2015, in Berlin, Germany
“Zugang gestalten! – Mehr Verantwortung für das kulturelle Erbe”
Make “access! – More responsibility for the cultural heritage ”
Date: 5/6 November 2015, in Hamburg
www.zugang-gestalten.de (only in German available)
CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES – Final Conference
Date: 12/13 November 2015, in Berlin, Germany
RICHES project -Workshop in the role of Cultural Heritage for Social and Economic development
Next meeting between TV and Museums pilots is scheduled for November 2015.