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<center>'''Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums (GLAM) & Wikimedia:'''<br>
 
'''"Finding the common ground" seminars.'''<br>
 
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'''Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums & Wikimedia: ''Finding the common ground'''''<br>
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at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 6-7 August 2009<br>
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''Contact - Liam Wyatt [[:File:GLAM WIKI - Media Release.pdf|Press Release]]'''<br>
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<center>'''[[m:GLAM-WIKI Recommendations|Published Recommendations]]''' on Meta-Wiki & [http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/meta/5/5b/GLAM-WIKI_Recommendations.pdf PDF version]</center>
  
<center>To be opened by Senator Kate Lundey, Senator for the ACT. Visiting presenters from The Wikimedia Foundation and Wikimedia Deutschland.</center>
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* why and how cultural institutions could work with Wikimedia projects; and
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* what Wikimedia needs to do to make collaboration easier and more effective.</div>
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Attendees represented their institutions' '''copyright, web, sales, education and management departments'''. In all there were 170 attendees from all States and [http://www.wittylama.com/246/ 50+ institutions].<br>
 
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[[File:GLAM friday gnangarra 06.JPG|thumb|450px|Panelists on the "Politics & Policy" session]]
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==Discussions==
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Hashtag: [http://twitter.com/#search?q=GLAM-WIKI #GLAM-WIKI] and [http://wikimedia.org.au/w/images/5/52/GLAM-WIKI_twitter_hashtag_transcript.pdf PDF transcript] of the hashtag with a total of 874 tweets & 93 contributors from August 4th to 11th.<br>
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Collection of Del.icio.us bookmarks [http://delicious.com/tag/GLAM-WIKI tagged GLAM-WIKI]
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'''Media reporting:'''
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* iTWire ''[http://www.itwire.com/content/view/26683/1231/ Wikimedia: Conference seeks open cultural content]'', by James Riley. August 3. And a mention [http://www.itwire.com/content/view/26836/53/ in his article] on August 10.
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* Computerworld ''[http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/313846/wikimedia_event_seeks_open_up_australian_culture Wikimedia event seeks to open up Australian culture]'', by Dahna McConnachie. August 5
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* ABC Radio National, "Breakfast with Fran Kelly", ''[http://www.abc.net.au/rn/breakfast/stories/2009/2647451.htm Interview with Liam Wyatt]'' (audio), August 6
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* ABC Local Radio (Canberra), Interview with Brianna Laugher, August 6.
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* ABC Local Radio (Brisbane), Interview with Liam Wyatt, August 6.
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* Canberra Times ''[http://wikimedia.org.au/wiki/File:Sally_pryor_6_august.jpg Institutions look at challenge of internet]'' (PDF) by Sally Pryor. August 6 page 5.
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* ''National Broadband Network will cause a social tipping point: Kate Lundy'' in [http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/314178/nbn_will_cause_social_tipping_point_senator_kate_lundy Computerworld] and [http://www.techworld.com.au/article/314178/nbn_will_cause_social_tipping_point_senator_kate_lundy Techworld], by Dahna McConnachie. August 7
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* ''Wikipedia's on the wane: study'' in [http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/wikipedias-on-the-wane-study-20090807-ec98.html Sydney Morning Herald], [http://www.theage.com.au/technology/technology-news/wikipedias-on-the-wane-study-20090807-ec98.html The Age], [http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/technology/technology-news/wikipedias-on-the-wane-study-20090807-ec98.html Brisbane Times], [http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/digital-living/2731660/Wikipedias-on-the-wane-study-says Stuff.co.nz] by Asher Moses. August 7
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* Canberra Times ''[http://wikimedia.org.au/w/images/5/53/Canberra_Times_Article_about_GLAM-WIKI.pdf Copyright restrains access: Lundy]'' (PDF) by Sally Pryor. August 8 page 7.
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* WikiNews ''[http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/It%27s_a_GLAM_wrap:_Curators_meet_collaborators_at_Canberra_conference It's a GLAM wrap]'' by various contributors. August 18.
  
''What:''
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'''Blog posts:'''
Invite representatives from the Australasian cultural institutions together for a '''two-way dialogue''' to determine how to use the two communities' strengths to mutual advantage. Achieving this would involve:
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* Mentions in the Wikimedia Foundation blog on [http://blog.wikimedia.org/2009/07/16/protecting-the-public-domain-and-sharing-our-cultural-heritage/ July 16] (and also August 5)
* why and how cultural organisations could get involved with Wikimedia projects; and
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* ''[http://www.peoplepoints.co.nz/2009/08/glam-wiki-canberra-day-one.html GLAM-WIKI Canberra, day 1]'' Paul Reynolds, National Library NZ August 6 and [http://www.peoplepoints.co.nz/2009/08/brief-musings-on-radical-price-and-glam.html day 2] August 7.
* what Wikimedia needs to do to make collaboration easier and more effective.  
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* ''[http://brianna.modernthings.org/article/230/glam-wiki-day-one GLAM-WIKI day 1]'' and ''[http://brianna.modernthings.org/article/231/glam-wiki-snippets-from-day-two GLAM-WIKI snippets from day 2]'' Brianna Laugher, Wikimedia Australia. August 6 & 7
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* ''[http://www.katelundy.com.au/2009/08/07/glam-wiki-finding-common-ground/ Finding Common Ground]'' Senator Kate Lundy (text of her keynote speech). August 7
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* ''[http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/dmsblog/index.php/2009/08/09/some-thoughts-post-glam-wiki-2009/ Some thoughts - post GLAM-WIKI 2009]'' Paula Bray, Powerhouse Museum. August 9
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* Canberra Times [http://www.canberratimes.com.au/blogs/colin-steele/wikipedia-glams-up-and-the-best-gangster-films/1591632.aspx Wikimedia GLAMs up] by Colin Steele, August 10.
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* [http://nlablog.wordpress.com/2009/08/10/feeling-glum-after-glam-wiki/ Feeling glum after GLAM-WIKI] in the ''Social Media and Cultural Communications'' blog by Angelina Russo, August 10 and [http://ultimategerardm.blogspot.com/2009/08/feeling-glum.html a response] by Dutch Wikimedia Gerard Meijssen in his blog.
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* [http://www.gaiaresources.com.au/website/gaiaresources/newsarticle/501/ GLAM-WIKI] Piers Higgs, Gaia Resources, August 10.
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* [http://catherinestyles.com/2009/08/10/cultural-lessons-from-the-crowd-in-the-cloud/ Cultural lessons from the crowd in the cloud] by Cath Styles, National Archives, August 10.
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* [http://www.wittylama.com/2009/08/apres-glam/ Aprés GLAM] by Liam Wyatt, August 11.
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* [http://blog.australianscreen.com.au/2009/08/glam-wiki-bullet-points-to-the-head/ GLAM-Wiki bullet points to the head] by Kate Stone, Australian Screen, National Film and Sound Archive, August 10.
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* [http://www.wittylama.com/2009/08/glam-wiki-recommendations/ GLAM-WIKI Recommendations] by Liam Wyatt August 22.
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* [http://catherinestyles.com/2009/10/15/glam-wiki-recommendations/ GLAM-WIKI Recommendations] by Cathryn Styles, National Archives of Australia, October 15.  
  
''When/Where:''
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'''[[GLAM/Introductory information|Introductory Information]]''' - the why, how and what of the conference. All the preparatory information formerly seen on the main GLAM-WIKI page before the event.<br>
- 2 day Workshop, 6-7 August, Canberra.  
 
  
''Who:''
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'''[[GLAM/Schedule|Schedule]]''' of the event itself.
Representative decision-makers of copyright, web & sales departments from Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) across Australia and New Zealand. Representatives from the Wikimedia community including staff from the Foundation and volunteers from the various wiki-projects (including international attedees).  
 
  
''Why:''
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==Presentations==
Wikimedia projects are the largest, most consulted, most accessible and most easily improved information source available. However the projects' success is dependent on having available good primary and secondary sources (including multimedia and expert knowledge) to  share freely. Cultural institutions a mission to preserve cultural content and the expertise but often lack time, money or staff to do this. Further, preservation requirements or budgetary limitations often conflict with the mission of improving public access. Both Wikimedia and Cultural institutions have a clear common goal to make our cultural heritage available. Using the strengths of each to counteract the disadvantages of the other, both Wikimedia projects and cultural institutions could benefit from collaboration.
 
  
The proposed workshop will call together representatives from Australian and New Zealand cultural institutions to '''produce a world first''' - a consensus for how to interact with Wikimedia projects which can form the basis for similar discussions around the world. Furthermore, it would produce a set of mutually-agreed guidelines for what each community needs in order to make any collabotation more positive and productive.  
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'''Keynotes:'''
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* Kate Lundy - Labor Senator for the Australian Capital Territory. ([http://www.katelundy.com.au/2009/08/07/glam-wiki-finding-common-ground/ transcript])
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:"Finding common ground"
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* Jennifer Riggs - Chief Program Officer, Wikimedia Foundation. ([http://www.slideshare.net/wittylama/glamwiki-keynote-jennifer-riggs slides])
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: "Everything you wanted to know about Wikimedia but were too afraid to ask"
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* Liam Wyatt - Vice President, Wikimedia Australia and convener of GLAM-WIKI ([http://www.wittylama.com/2009/08/apres-glam/ transcript])
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:"Opening remarks"
  
==Outcomes==
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'''Panel Sessions:'''
The tangible outcome of this workshop would be ''a pair of guidelines'' - one for the Wikimedia community and one for the cultural institution - each containing specific, practical measures to enable the achievement of better online public access to cultural heritage. Whilst underlining the unique nature of each institution's role these guidelines would '''demonstrate a shared response''' to the issues raised at the workshop.  
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* "Politics & Policy"
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**  Senator Kate Lundy, ACT Labor. Member of the Communications and the Arts Senate Committee
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** Senator Scott Ludlum, WA Greens. spokesperson for Broadband, Communications & the Digital Economy
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** Alistair Coe, ACT Liberals, Legislative Assembly. Shadow minister for Heritage and Youth
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** Seb Chan, Powerhouse Museum and Gov2.0 Taskforce member
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** Paul Reynolds, Adjunct Director to the Digital Library of the National Library of NZ and the NZ National Digital Forum
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** Kylie Johnson, New Media Adviser, Department Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
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** Ian McDonald, Acting Director, Australian Copyright Council
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* "Closing remarks" - Jennifer Riggs, Mathias Schindler, Brianna Laugher, Liam Wyatt.
  
===For Cultural institutions===
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'''Law Stream:'''
'''The guidelines page''' would subsequently be presented to the respective boards of management at each institution, indicating their collaborative creation and commonality. Each institution would then be free to act upon these recommendations as it sees fit (the Wikimedia Australia community would assist if requested).  
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* Jessica Coates - Project Manager, Creative Commons Clinic. ([http://www.slideshare.net/Jessicacoates/glam-wiki-what-libraries-and-archives-can-do slides])
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: "GLAM-WIKI: what libraries and archives can do"
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* Graham Greenleaf - Co-Director, AustLII. ([http://www.slideshare.net/wittylama/public-rights-in-copyright-greenleaf slides])
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:"The Public Rights in Copyright"
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* Delia Browne - National Copyright Director, Ministerial Council for Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs.
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:"Copyright and the rise of open content licensing"
  
Other outcomes would be to:
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'''Business Stream:'''
# ''Appreciate'' the advantages of allowing content to be used in Wikimedia projects and be able to actively engage/assist.  
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* Seb Chan - Head of Digital, Social and Emerging Technologies, Powerhouse Museum.
# ''Compare'' the state of Australian cultural heritage on Wikimedia projects relative to other countries and see examples of those countries' efforts to improve it.
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* Mathias Schindler - Project Manager, Wikimedia Deutschland ([http://www.slideshare.net/wittylama/the-anatomy-of-a-100000-image-cooperation-german-federal-archives-wikipedia-and-the-greater-picture slides])
# ''Learn'' practical ways to [help] improve content in Wikimedia that is consistent with an institution's mission.
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:"The anatomy of a 100,000 image cooperation: German Federal Archives, Wikipedia and the greater picture"
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* James Matheson - Practice Manager, CustomWare Asia Pacific ([http://www.slideshare.net/wittylama/customware-james-matheson-presentation-at-glamwiki slides])
  
===For Wikimedia community===
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'''Education Stream:'''
'''The guidelines page''' would be presented to the Wikimedia community at its annual conference - to be held in Buenos Aires in late August. Attending the meeting in Canberra would be staff representatives of the Wikimedia Foundation (HQ) as well as volunteers from European chapter(s) who would report back and integrate the outcomes into their planning.  
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* Paula Bray - Manager of Visual & Digitisation Services, Powerhouse Museum ([http://www.slideshare.net/paulabrary/access-unlocking-our-content-flickr-commons-beyond slides])
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:"Access: unlocking our content - Flickr Commons + beyond"
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* Susanne Ton - Manager of Multimedia Production, Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam ([http://www.youtube.com/user/wikimedianl#play/all/uploads-all/0/4aPatvL5kvo Video]) ([http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wikilovesart_tropenmuseum_interview.ogv download])
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* John Quiggin - Professor of Economics, University of Queensland
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* Angelina Russo - Chief Investigator, Engaging with Social Media in Museums Australian Research Council project
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* Pru Mitchell - Senior Education Officer, Education.au ([http://www.slideshare.net/pru_mitchell/glamwiki-an-education-view slides])
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:"An education view"
  
Other outcomes would be to:
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'''Technology Stream:'''
# ''Appreciate'' cultural institutions' concerns regarding Wikimedia projects.
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* Rose Holley - Manager, Australian Newspaper Digitisation Program. ([http://www.slideshare.net/guest7a58d6/perspectives-on-national-library-of-australia-developments-part-1-rose-holley slides])
# ''Compare'' the various means by which the cultural sector is engaging online, and the place of Wikimedia in this sphere.
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:"Perspectives on National Library of Australia developments, part 1"
# ''Learn'' best practice for digital restoration, metadata, citation etc.
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* Kent Fitch - Lead System Architect, Australian Newspaper Digitisation Program. ([http://www.slideshare.net/guest7a58d6/perspectives-on-national-library-of-australia-developments-part-2-kent-fitch slides])
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:"Perspectives on National Library of Australia developments, part 2"
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* Mathias Schindler - Project Officer, Wikimedia Deutschland ([http://www.slideshare.net/wittylama/the-metadata-ecosystem-moving-records-between-wikipedia-and-the-german-national-library slides])
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:"The metadata ecosystem: moving records between Wikipedia and the German National Library"
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* Brianna Laugher - President, Wikimedia Australia
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:"Wikimedia Tech infrastructure" ([http://www.slideshare.net/pfctdayelise/glamwiki-wikimedia-tech-infrastructure slides])
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:"Wikimedia Commons: The media repository behind Wikipedia"
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Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums & Wikimedia: Finding the common ground
at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 6-7 August 2009
Contact - Liam Wyatt Press Release'

Published Recommendations on Meta-Wiki & PDF version

Purpose

Representatives from the Australasian cultural sector came together with representatives from the Wikimedia community for a two-way dialogue to determine how to use the two communities' strengths to a mutual advantage.
  • why and how cultural institutions could work with Wikimedia projects; and
  • what Wikimedia needs to do to make collaboration easier and more effective.

Attendees

Key stakeholders from the four industry groups - Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) across Australia and New Zealand as well as representatives of government, cultural funding organisations and peak representative bodies.

Attendees represented their institutions' copyright, web, sales, education and management departments. In all there were 170 attendees from all States and 50+ institutions.

Panelists on the "Politics & Policy" session

Discussions

Hashtag: #GLAM-WIKI and PDF transcript of the hashtag with a total of 874 tweets & 93 contributors from August 4th to 11th.
Collection of Del.icio.us bookmarks tagged GLAM-WIKI

Media reporting:

Blog posts:

Introductory Information - the why, how and what of the conference. All the preparatory information formerly seen on the main GLAM-WIKI page before the event.

Schedule of the event itself.

Presentations

Keynotes:

  • Kate Lundy - Labor Senator for the Australian Capital Territory. (transcript)
"Finding common ground"
  • Jennifer Riggs - Chief Program Officer, Wikimedia Foundation. (slides)
"Everything you wanted to know about Wikimedia but were too afraid to ask"
  • Liam Wyatt - Vice President, Wikimedia Australia and convener of GLAM-WIKI (transcript)
"Opening remarks"

Panel Sessions:

  • "Politics & Policy"
    • Senator Kate Lundy, ACT Labor. Member of the Communications and the Arts Senate Committee
    • Senator Scott Ludlum, WA Greens. spokesperson for Broadband, Communications & the Digital Economy
    • Alistair Coe, ACT Liberals, Legislative Assembly. Shadow minister for Heritage and Youth
    • Seb Chan, Powerhouse Museum and Gov2.0 Taskforce member
    • Paul Reynolds, Adjunct Director to the Digital Library of the National Library of NZ and the NZ National Digital Forum
    • Kylie Johnson, New Media Adviser, Department Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
    • Ian McDonald, Acting Director, Australian Copyright Council
  • "Closing remarks" - Jennifer Riggs, Mathias Schindler, Brianna Laugher, Liam Wyatt.

Law Stream:

  • Jessica Coates - Project Manager, Creative Commons Clinic. (slides)
"GLAM-WIKI: what libraries and archives can do"
  • Graham Greenleaf - Co-Director, AustLII. (slides)
"The Public Rights in Copyright"
  • Delia Browne - National Copyright Director, Ministerial Council for Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs.
"Copyright and the rise of open content licensing"

Business Stream:

  • Seb Chan - Head of Digital, Social and Emerging Technologies, Powerhouse Museum.
  • Mathias Schindler - Project Manager, Wikimedia Deutschland (slides)
"The anatomy of a 100,000 image cooperation: German Federal Archives, Wikipedia and the greater picture"
  • James Matheson - Practice Manager, CustomWare Asia Pacific (slides)

Education Stream:

  • Paula Bray - Manager of Visual & Digitisation Services, Powerhouse Museum (slides)
"Access: unlocking our content - Flickr Commons + beyond"
  • Susanne Ton - Manager of Multimedia Production, Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam (Video) (download)
  • John Quiggin - Professor of Economics, University of Queensland
  • Angelina Russo - Chief Investigator, Engaging with Social Media in Museums Australian Research Council project
  • Pru Mitchell - Senior Education Officer, Education.au (slides)
"An education view"

Technology Stream:

  • Rose Holley - Manager, Australian Newspaper Digitisation Program. (slides)
"Perspectives on National Library of Australia developments, part 1"
  • Kent Fitch - Lead System Architect, Australian Newspaper Digitisation Program. (slides)
"Perspectives on National Library of Australia developments, part 2"
  • Mathias Schindler - Project Officer, Wikimedia Deutschland (slides)
"The metadata ecosystem: moving records between Wikipedia and the German National Library"
  • Brianna Laugher - President, Wikimedia Australia
"Wikimedia Tech infrastructure" (slides)
"Wikimedia Commons: The media repository behind Wikipedia"


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