digitalexhibitions.org

About us

The work on Digital Exhibitions was started in 2011 by an international Working Group with Partners from Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Poland and Sweden, which worked closely together within several European projects and has been integrated into the project LinkedHeritage. From October 2013 on it will be continued in the framework of the project AthenaPlus.

The Working Group explores current practices, searches through recent bibliography and identifies key questions in order to develop a simple set of effective guidelines for the use of memory institutions. The Institute for Museum Research, SMB-PK is the partner institution responsible for the well function of this website. For further information check our disclaimer.

Who we are:

Germany Monika Hagedorn-SaupeInstitute for Museum Research (SMB-PK)

Germany, Stefan Rohde-EnslinInstitute for Museum Research (SMB-PK)

Germany, Werner SchweibenzLibrary Service centre Baden-Wuerttemberg (BSZ)

Greece, Panagiota GerasimouHellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports (HMC)

Greece, Maria KotlidaHellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports (HMC)

Hungary, Krisztián FonyódiMuseum of Fine Arts (MFAB)

Israel, Susan HazanThe Israel Museum

Italy, Giuliana De FrancescoIstituto centrale per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane (ICCU)

Italy, Maria Teresa NataleIstituto centrale per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane (ICCU)

Poland, Piotr KozurnoInternational Centre for Information Management Systems and Services (ICIMSS)

Poland, Sebastian MichalekInternational Centre for Information Management Systems and Services (ICIMSS)

Poland, Maria SliwinskaInternational Centre for Information Management Systems and Services (ICIMSS)

Romania, Cristian CiureaRomanian Academy Library (BAR)

Sweden, Sanja HallingNational Archives

United Kingdom, Lena Stanley-Clamp European Association for Jewish Culture   Judaica Europeana

For contacting all members, please use the form you can find here.

Last updated: 2018-05-31