Thursday 8th December, 2011
2:00pm to 3:30pm
If one word should be picked as central out of the publication Business Model Innovation Cultural Heritage, presented at DISH2009, it should be collaboration.
Collaboration offers huge benefits to heritage. In the back end it allows for more efficiency by sharing and even out sourcing of knowledge, means and skills. In the front end collaboration brings the necessary economy of scale, cross-institutional services and reuse of heritage by existing value chains, like education, research, tourism and entertainment.
The institutions brought together in this session all went into strategic partnerships, both within and outside the heritage domain.
Harry Verwayen [chair] Europeana
Tjeerd Schiphof [Institutional Collaboration on Presenting Content to the Public: Towards a Typology] University of Amsterdam (NL)
Alexandra van Steen [How Collaboration on New Technology Helps Small Institutions to Unlock Cultural Heritage] Flipje- en Streek-museum Tiel (NL)
Boris Jacob [Co-creating Global Natural History Networks] Royal Museum for Central Africa (BE)
David Hopes [Shakespeare and Digital: Comedy, History and Strategy] The University of Birmingham (UK)
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