2014 Dresden

Access and Understanding – Networking in the Digital Era


Dresden, Germany | September 6-11, 2014

The 2014 annual conference of CIDOC, the International Committee for Documentation of ICOM, took place in Dresden, Germany.

The conference started with a series of workshops on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th of September 2014. The main conference was opened by the State Minister for Higher Education, Research and the Arts of the Free State of Saxony on Monday 8th of September 2014.

Parallel sessions on the different conference themes took place on the following three days (8th to 10th September). On Thursday 11th of September the attendees had the opportunity to join different excursions.

Discussions and papers focused on access to museum collections and cultural heritage in the digital age. Experts from museums around the world addressed the following themes:

  • Strategies and Policies in Documentation
  • Processes in Museum Documentation
  • Museum Documentation as Profession
  • Networking
  • Metadata
  • Multilingual Terminology
  • Digital Long Term Preservation
  • Intangible Cultural Heritage
  • GIS-Applications in Cultural Heritage
  • Digital Documentation in Archaeology

2014 Conference Papers

Speakers and Full papers

We are posting full papers to this webpage as they become available. If your contribution does not yet appear, please send it, along with a signed copy of the final page of the contributor agreement, to the chair of CIDOC.

Keynote speakers: Murtha Baca, Günther Schauerte, Tanya Szrajber.


Session A: Strategies and Policies in Documentation

Session A/1

Archaeological Digital Data: Authenticity and Functionality (download)
David Bibby (Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Baden-Württemberg im Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Germany), Reiner Göldner (Landesamt für Archäologie Sachsen/Archaeological Heritage Office of Saxony, Germany)

Towards “Linked History”
Richard Light (Independent Consultant, United Kingdom) (download)

Preserving Brazilian History – Digitization of the Imperial Museum Collections – The DAMI Project
Maurício Vicente Ferreira Jr. (Imperial Museum/Brazilian Museums Institute/Ministry of Culture, Brazil)

The Museum documentation in Uzbekistan: Prospects of development
Djalalitdin Mirzaev (Termez archaeological Museum, Uzbekistan)

Mind the Gap! Documentation as “missing link” in the ICOM definition of museum (download)
Werner Schweibenz (Bibliotheksservice-Zentrum Baden-Württemberg/BSZ, Germany), Jens M. Lill (Bibliotheksservice-Zentrum Baden-Württemberg/BSZ, Germany)

Session A/2

Documentation of Variable Media Art in Museums: Challenges, Progress, and Opportunities
Hyojung Cho (Museum of Texas Tech University, USA), Kelly Chandrapal (Museum of Texas Tech University, USA)

Documenting exhibitions – a case study from The Olympic Museum, Lausanne (download)
Stéphanie Knecht (The Olympic Museum, Lausanne, Switzerland), Nicholas Crofts (Olympic Committee, Lausanne, Switzerland)

Collections Policy Checklist for Museums – Helping the Memory Institutions to Remember (download)
Maija Ekosaari (Tampere University of Technology, Information Management and Logistics and Museum Centre Vapriikki, Tampere, Finland), Leena Paaskoski (Lusto – The Finnish Forest Museum, Punkaharju, Finland)

Brief introduction about painting collection of cultural institute of Bonyad museums: Ways and Methods of documentation in Digital Era (download)
Golnaz Tayebeeh Golsabahi (Cultural Institute of Bonyad museums/CIBM, Iran)

Daphne, Onlinecollection, Homepage – collecting, sharing and communicating knowledge and experience. The digital Strategy of the Dresden State Art Collections (download)
Igor Jenzen (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Museum für Sächsische Volkskunst/Museum of Saxon Folk Art)

Session A/3

The Blossom Process. The process of transforming a storage collection into a documentation center. The case of the Costa Rican Art Museum (download)
Gloriana Amador Agüero (Costa Rican Art Museum, Costa Rica)

The Relevance of Aggregators: Proposal for a new Data Provision Reference Model (download)
Dominic Oldman (British Museum, United Kingdom), Chrysoula Bekiari (Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas/FORTH, Greece), Martin Doerr (Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas/FORTH, Greece), Gerald de Jong (Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Italy), Barry Norton (British Museum, United Kingdom), Thomas Wikman (National Archives of Sweden/Riksarkivet, Sweden)

Documentation for whom? (download)
Bengt Wittgren (Västernorrland County Museum/Länsmuseet Västernorrland, Sweden)

Tarde venientibus ossa?  Museums’ data today and digitization strategies (download)
Tomasz Zaucha (The National Museum in Krakow, Poland)

Session B: Processes in Museum Documentation

Session B/1

Workflow and data exchange between museums: documenting of exhibitions in the Estonian Museum Information System (download)
Kaie Jeeser (Tartu City Museum/The consultant of the Estonian Museum Information System (MuIS), The Ministry of Culture, Estonia), Kurmo Konsa (Tartu University, Estonia)

Out with the old, in with the new? New strategies and policies in documenting Flemish art
Lieneke Nijkamp (Rubenianum, Belgium), Bert Watteeuw (Rubenianum, Belgium)

Use your head to save your feet. Strategies and guidelines for documentation applied by MusIS – The South-Western German Museum Network (download)
Werner Schweibenz (Bibliotheksservice-Zentrum Baden-Württemberg/BSZ, Germany), Jens M. Lill (Bibliotheksservice-Zentrum Baden-Württemberg/BSZ, Germany)

On the way to harmonized data. Over 20 year history of building a data base in the National Museum in Warsaw (download)
Karolina Tabak (National Museum in Warsaw, Poland)

The Process of Documentation as Part of the System named Museum
Lucy Vega Martínez (Equinoccial Technological University. Quito, Ecuador)

Session B/2

Values and Collections / Collections and Values: Towards an online tool for collection value assessment (download)
Hilke Arijs (Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage/KIK-IRPA, Belgium)

The current situation and problems of archival documentation in the Matenadaran
Syuzanna Khojamiryan (Matenadaran Scientific-Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, Armenia)

Documentation as a tool for Conservation: project notes
Ana Martins Panisset (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais/Superintendência de Museus e Artes Visuais de Minas Gerais, Brazil), Yacy-Ara Froner (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Brazil)

Documentation Photography: An Integrated Process (download)
Suzanne Petersen McLean (Bata Shoe Museum, Canada)

What Is the Object Name? The Conflict between Vernacular and Official Languages in the Documentation of Collections
Keletso Gaone Setlhabi (University of Botswana, Botswana)

Session B/3

Cataloguing instructions for Finnish museums and SPECTRUM
Leena Furu (Museum 2015/National Board of Antiquities, Finland)

From Standard Procedures to machine executable Process Models – a practical experience
Walter Koch (Steinbeis Innovation Transfer Centre for Information Management and Cultural Heritage Informatics, Austria), Charles Rignall (Media Equation, Australia), Rus Littleson (Media Equation, Australia)

SPECTRUM PT – translation and localization of SPECTRUM in Brazil and Portugal (download)
Alexandre Matos (São Paulo State Secretary of Culture, Brazil), Fernanda D´Agostino (Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil), Gabriel Moore Forell Bevilacqua (Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil), Juliana Monteiro (São Paulo State Secretary of Culture, Brazil), Juliana Rodrigues Alves (Centro Paula Souza, São Paulo, Brazil), Luciane Santesso (Museu da Imigração de São Paulo, Brazil), Marcia Aparecida Mattos (São Paulo State Secretary of Culture, Brazil), Mariana Esteves Martins (Museu da Imigração de São Paulo, Brazil), Marilúcia Bottallo (Instituto de Arte Contemporânea de São Paulo, Brazil)

Processes in Museum Documentation: Case Study of Livingstone Museum
Fred Nyambe (Livingstone Museum, Zambia)

Az Infinitum – Azulejo Indexation and Referencing System
Rosário Salema de Carvalho (Universidad de Lisboa, Portugal), Alexandre Pais (Museu Nacional do Azulejo, Portugal), Fernando Cabral (Sistemas do Futuro, Ltd., Portugal)

Session C: Museum Documentation as Profession

Can everyone know everything? (download)
Marija Aćimović (Central Institute for Conservation in Belgrade, Serbia)

Between theory and practice: the São Paulo CIDOC-ICOM training programme and the museum documentation profession in Brazil
Gabriel Moore Forell Bevilacqua (Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil), Juliana Monteiro (São Paulo State Secretary of Culture, Brazil)

How to become a registrar? On education and training in Germany and UK
Dorothee Haffner (University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany)

Challenges and Opportunities for Training of Museum Documentation Professionals in Zambia (download)
Fidelity Phiri (Livingstone Museum, Zambia)

Getting a Handle on Digital Curation: Education, Practice, and Identity (What Do You Call These People?) (download)
Joyce Ray (Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, USA)

Session D: Networking

Linking of documentation strategies for cultural institutions
Renate Behrens (German National Library / Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Germany)

Digital technologies for the first network of the Italian University Museums (download)
Elena Corradini (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy), Luigi Campanella (University of Rome, Italy)

Sharing Cultural Heritage Using Linked Open Data: The Museum of Contemporary Art of University of São Paulo Case Study
Flávio Soares Corrêa da Silva (Instituto de Matemática e Estatística, Brazil), Erika Guetti Suca (Instituto de Matemática e Estatística, Brazil)

The approach to indexing heterogeneous collections from the First World War for the thematic portal ‘Europeana 1914-1918’ www.europeana1914-1918.eu/
Thorsten Siegmann (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Germany)

CultureCloud Sweden
Karen Anderson (CEDIF, Mittuniversitetet, Sweden), Martin Bjersby (National Archives Database, Riksarkivet, Sweden), Sanja Halling (Digisam -National Archives of Sweden, Sweden), Börje Justrell (National Archives of Sweden/Riksarkivet, Sweden), Rolf Källman (Digisam  National Archives of Sweden, Sweden), Lillian Rathje (Murberget Länsmuseet Västernorrland, Sweden), Thomas Wikman (National Archives of Sweden/Riksarkivet, Sweden)

The Cranach Digital Archive: challenges and perspectives for interdisciplinary research in digital transformation
Gunnar Heydenreich (Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf and Cologne Institute of Conservation Sciences, Germany)

Session E: Metadata

Session E/1


Describing Collections as Contextual Units for Objects – A Practical Approach (download)
Franziska Diehr (Coordination Centre for Scientific University Collections in Germany, Humboldt University of Berlin;
Metadata and Data Conversion, Göttingen State and University Library, Germany), Martin Stricker (Coordination Centre for Scientific University Collections in Germany, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany)

dati.culturaitalia.it: a Pilot Project of CulturaItalia dedicated to Linked Open Data
Sara Di Giorgio (Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries/ICCU of the Italian Ministry of cultural heritage, activities and tourism/MiBACT, Italy), Rossella Caffo (Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries/ICCU of the Italian Ministry of cultural heritage, activities and tourism/MiBACT, Italy), Maria Emilia Masci (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy)

Quality for Linked Data. What is it and how can it be made? (download)
Jef Malliet (PCCE – Provinciaal Centrum voor Cultureel Erfgoed, Provincie Limburg, Belgium)

Session E/2

Modelling Scientific Activities: Proposal for a global schema for integrating metadata about scientific observation (download)
Martin Doerr (Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas/FORTH, Greece), Chrysoula Bekiari (Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas/FORTH, Greece), Athina Kritsotaki (Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas/FORTH, Greece), Gerald Hiebel (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Maria Theodoridou (Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas/FORTH, Greece)

Cross-Sectional Integration of LAM Resources on the Basis of Authority Data: Prospects for Museums (download)
Angela Kailus (German Documentation Center for Art History – Bildarchiv Foto Marburg, Germany)

Session E/3


Session E/4

Developing a Born-Digital Semantic Knowledge Base – Modeling Challenges and Solutions
Immanuel Normann (Germany)

Europeana Inside – your easy way to Europeana (download)
Monika Hagedorn-Saupe (Institut für Museumsforschung, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz/Institute for Museum Research, State Museums of Berlin, Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, Germany), Nathalie Poot (Royal Museum of Art and History/KMKG-MRAH, Belgium)

Connectivity for Prints and Drawings: “Virtual Printroom” of the Herzog August-Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel and the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum Braunschweig extended (download)
Christiane Pagel (Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum Braunschweig, Verbundprojekt “Kupferstichkabinett online“, Germany)

The exhibition loans monitor
Yuri van der Linden (Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, Netherlands)

Advancing the semantics of descriptive metadata in Fashion museums collections
Marco Rendina (Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale, Italy), Alexandros Chortaras (National Technical University of Athens, Greece), Nikos Kolitsas (National Technical University of Athens, Greece), Stefanos Kollias (National Technical University of Athens, Greece), Giogios Stamou (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)

Europeana Fashion – case study on digitizing, aggregating and disseminating Museum content through a network … (download)
Dejan Sandic (Museum of Applied Art Belgrad, Serbia)

Session F: Terminology

Session F/1


Classification of museum objects and criteria for a national repository, with the example of the Historical Museum of Serbia (download)
Sladjana Bojkoviċ (Historical Museum of Serbia, Serbia)

Cross-domain authority collaboration as success criterion for resource networking
Alexander Haffner (German National Library/Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Germany), Detlev Balzer (Consultant to Deutsches Filminstitut/DIF, Germany)

The Terminology Management Platform : A Tool for Creating Linked Open Data (download)
Marie-Véronique Leroi (AthenaPlus/Patrimoine Numérique, Catalogue des collections numérisées; Ministére de la culture et de la communication, France), Eva Coudyzer (Royal Museum of Art and History/ KMKG-MRAH, Belgium)

Session F/2

Coming to terms with concepts. From index cards to conceptual thesauri or the struggle to keep up (download)
Erik Buelinckx (Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage/KIK-IRPA, Belgium)

Orbiting the Linked Data Cloud? – Potentials and pitfalls of multilingual vocabularies and vocabulary mapping
Jutta Lindenthal (Independant Information Consultant, Germany), Axel Vitzthum (digiCULT-Verbund eG, Germany)

Multilingual terminology: the ontological approach (download)
Christophe Roche (University of Savoie, France), Luc Damas (University of Savoie, France), Julien Roche (University of Liaocheng, China)

Session F/3

EwaGlos – On the Challenge of Developing an Illustrated Glossary for Conservation in 11 European Languages (download)
Angela Weyer (Hornemann Institut der HAWK Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaft und Kunst Hildesheim/Holzminden/Göttingen, Germany)

Development and usage of a thesaurus für the Vienna Science Museum
Thomas Winkler (Technisches Museum Wien, Austria)

Session F/4

Furniture, Headdresses, Tools – Insights into Comprehensive Museological Work on Object Terminology (download)
Gitta Böth (LWL-Freilichtmuseum Hagen – Westfälisches  Landesmuseum für Handwerk und Technik, Germany), Manfred Hartmann (LWL-Museumsamt für Westfalen, Germany)

Religious Heritage – Challenges In Equivalence
Natália Jorge (Sistemas do Futuro Ltda., Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto, Portugal), Sandra Costa Saldanha (Secretariado Nacional para os Bens Culturais da Igreja, Portugal)

Challenges in Translating, Multilingual Equivalency Work, and Scholarly Research for the Spanish-language version of the Getty’s Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT®) and Building the Tesauro Regional Patrimonial: from the Language of the Scholar to the Language of the Non-expert
Lina Nagel Vega (Centro de Documentación de Bienes Patrimoniales, Dirección de Bibliotecas, Archivos y Museos, Chile)

From Bosseln to Tamburello – a German-English Sports Thesaurus (download)
Maria Scherrers (adidas AG History Management, Germany)

Multilingual bookbinding terms: complex conceptual issues (download)
Athanasios Velios (Ligatus Research Centre, University of the Arts, United Kingdom), Nicholas Pickwoad (Ligatus Research Centre, University of the Arts, United Kingdom), Aurelie Martin (Ligatus Research Centre, University of the Arts, United Kingdom)

Session G: Digital Long Term Preservation

Using Common Specifications in the Public Sector
Caspar Almalander (Eskilstuna Municipality, Department for archives and museums, Sweden)

Guidelines for the organization and preservation of the digital archive of the Football Museum (download)
Gustavo Aquino dos Reis (Museu do Futebol, Brazil)

Digisam and the road towards a coordinated long term preservation in Sweden
Rolf Källman (Digisam – National Archives of Sweden, Sweden), Sanja Halling (Digisam – National Archives of Sweden, Sweden)

Digital Cultural Heritage: Roadmap for Preservation
Gordon McKenna (Collections Trust, United Kingdom)

Ecological Knowledge Management for the Arts and Culture Industry in the Digital Era (download)
Benny Sand (Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem, Israel)

Session H: Intangible Cultural Heritage

Session H/1


From happening to posterity: challenges in the documentation of performance art
Gabriel Moore Forell Bevilacqua (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Documentation of Traditional Music and Dance in Museums: Perspectives on Living Human Treasures
Hyojung Cho (Museum of Texas Tech University,USA)

Documenting Intangible Cultural Heritage in Zambia: A case of Lusaka National Museum (download)
Chilala Habeenzu (Lusaka National Museum, Zambia)

Safeguarding and Documenting Nigeria’s Intangible Heritage. The NCMM Strategy
Louisa Onuoha (National Commission for Museums and Monuments Lagos, Nigeria)

Session H/2

Paisagem-Id.pt – Digital management system to support Portuguese submission to the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity
Paulo Lima (“Casa do Cante”, Portugal), Fernando Cabral (Sistemas do Futuro, Ltd.. Portugal)

Exhibiting Intangible Cultural Heritage using MOVIO: a multilingual toolkit for creating curated digital exhibitions, made available by the AthenaPlus project (download)
Maria Teresa Natale (Istituto centrale per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane, Italy), Sam Habibi Minelli (Gruppo Meta, Italy), Barbara Dierickx (PACKED vzw – Expertisecentrum Digitaal Erfgoed, Belgium), Marzia Piccininno (Istituto centrale per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane, Italy), Alberto Raggioli (Gruppo Meta, Italy), Daniele Ugoletti (Gruppo Meta, Italy), Paolo Ongaro (Gruppo Meta, Italy), Rubino Saccoccio (Gruppo Meta, Italy)

Documenting the Intangible Cultural Heritage for Sustainable Economic Growth in Developing Countries (download)
Kamani Perera (Regional Centre for Strategic Studies, Sri Lanka), Dinesh Chandra (Ministry of Defence Government of India, India)

Documentation of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Republic of Serbia in the Ethnographic museum in Belgrade
Jelena Saviċ (Center of Intangible Cultural Heritage, Ethnographic museum in Belgrade, Serbia), Danijela Filipović (Center of Intangible Cultural Heritage, Ethnographic museum in Belgrade, Serbia)

Session H/3

Protection of cultural tradition through celebration of St. George’s Day in Turopolje: documentation, presentation and transfer of traditional patterns (download)
Vesna Župetić (City of Velika Gorica, Croatia), Margareta Biškupić Čurla (Museum of Turopolje, Croatia)

Linking the tangible and the intangible; a documentation of socio-cultural histories
Njabulo Chipangura (National Museums, and Monuments of Zimbabwe, Mutare Museum, Zimbabwe)

Making tangible data from Intangible Cultural Heritage. What about the Intangible World Heritage in Morocco!
Ech-cherki Dahmali (Moroc Telecom Museum, Morocco)

Digitizing the Intangible (download)
Orjona Shegaj (Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Art Studies, Center for Albanian Studies/C.A.S, Albania)

Session I: GIS Applications in Cultural Heritage

The Arches Heritage Inventory and Management System: a standards-based approach to the management of cultural heritage information (download)
Phil K. Carlisle (English Heritage, The Engine House, Swindon, United Kingdom), Yiannis Avramides (World Monuments Fund, Empire State Building, USA), Alison Dalgity (Getty Conservation Institute, USA), David Myers (Getty Conservation Institute, USA)

Monuments and More – Archaeological Geodata in Saxony (download)
Reiner Göldner (Archaeological Heritage Office of Saxony, Germany)

World Heritage Foundation Mines of Rammelsberg, Historic Town of Goslar and Upper Harz Water Management System: Two examples of object evaluation and condition measurement using a Webapp in accordance with EU standard 16096 (download)
Gerhard Lenz (World Heritage Foundation Mines of Rammelsberg, Historic Town of Goslar and Upper Harz Water Management System, Germany), Kornelius Goetz (Büro für Restaurierungsberatung, Germany)

Geographical mapping of cultural heritage for general public
Franc Zakrajsek (Urbanistični Inštitut Republike Slovenije/Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia), Vlasta Vodeb (Urbanistični Inštitut Republike Slovenije/Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia)

Session J: Digital Documentation in Archaeology

Session J/1


Application of a graph database and graphical user interface for the CIDOC CRM (download)
Jonas Bruschke (University of Applied Sciences Dresden/HTW Dresden, Germany), Markus Wacker (University of Applied Sciences Dresden/HTW Dresden, Germany)

Data Structures in Archaeology – Information for the Future (download)
Reiner Göldner (Archaeological Heritage Office of Saxony, Germany)

Managing  archive documents regarding an archaeological site. An on-going project for the Imperial Fora in Rome (download)
Francesca Pajno (Management and Development of Cultural Heritage IMT Alti Studi Lucca, Italy)

Session J/2

EDEN – An Epigraphic Web Database of Ancient Inscriptions (download)
Martin Scholz (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany), Marvin Holdenried (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany), Boris Dreyer (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany), Günther Görz (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)

Networking Eagle with CIDOC & TEI (download)
Valentina Vassallo (The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus), Eydel Rivero Ruiz (University of Alcalà de Henares, Spain), Pietro Liuzzo (University of Heidelberg, Germany)

Mashups and the Archaeological Web: Popular data mashups on the web today and how they can influence how we structure and approach archaeological data
Matthew L. Vincent (Universidad de Murcia, Spain), Victor Manuel López-Menchero Bendicho (Sociedad Española de Arqueologia Virtual, Spain), Mariano Flores Gutierrez (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)

Session K: Access to Cultural Heritage

Session K/1


Using crowdsourcing to enhance collections data and the online user experience (download)
Alex Bromley (Museum of London, United Kingdom)

The meSch project – Material EncounterS with digital Cultural Heritage: Reusing existing digital resources in the creation of novel forms of visitor’s experiences (download)
Monika Lechner (DEN Foundation, Netherlands), Daniela Petrelli (Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom)

Taking Content to the User: The EEXCESS Project
Gordon McKenna (Collections Trust, United Kingdom)

Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek – The Aggregation Network for Germany’s Cultural Heritage
Astrid B. Müller (Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, Germany), Frank Frischmuth (Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, Germany)

Memories of a Historical Collection (download)
Maria Helena Versiani (Museu da República/Museum of the Republic, Brazil)

Session K/2

Cultural archives in the digital age: From storage to dynamic public spaces
Sylvia Bernhardt (Bauhaus Universität Weimar / Museum der Moderne, Germany)

Controlled Vocabularies and Semantics for a Bilingual Digital Art Library
Shu-Jiun (Sophy) Chen (Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan / Academia Sinica Digital Center, Taiwan)

Integration of Digital Asset Management with the documentation strategy of Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
Doreen Scherfke (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden), Günther Gromke (CDS Gromke e.K.)

Semantic Aggregation: Towards an Unparalled Digital Museum Experience Based on Structured and Unstructured Data
Chantal Eschenfelder (Städel Museum, Germany), Karsten Gresch (Software AG, Germany)

The Digital catalogue of Cultural Monuments of Serbia. Usability in High School Education (download)
Мarija Šegan (The Mathematical Institute of SASA, Serbia), Milica Lajbenšperger (National Employment Service, Serbia), Sanja Rajiċ (School for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering “Goša” in Smederevska Palanka, Serbia)

African museums at the test of digitalizaton: – the Case of Blackitude and some Cameroonian Museum (download)
Christian Tschuisseu Nana (Blackitude Museum and Art Gallery of God, Cameroon)

Session L: 3D-Documentation of Cultural Heritage

Point cloud models, semantic interoperability and semiotic classification to increase effectiveness of cultural heritage. A conceptual approach
Massimiliano Condotta (Università Iuav di Venezia, Italy), Vincenzo Giannotti (Università Iuav di Venezia, Italy)

Digital Reconstruction and Virtual Research Environments – A matter of documentation standards (download)
Piotr Kuroczyński (Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe – Institute of the Leibniz Association, Germany)

The DURAARK project – long-term preservation of architectural 3D-data (download)
Michelle Lindlar (Technische Informationsbibliothek und Universitätsbibliothek Hannover/TIB/UB, Germany), Hedda Saemann (Technische Informationsbibliothek und Universitätsbibliothek Hannover/TIB/UB, Germany)

The Seville Principles and 3D documentation of Digital Heritage
Marinos Ioannides (Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus), Victor Manuel Lopez-Menchero Bendicho (DigitalMed. University of Murcia, Spain), D. Alfredo Grande Leon (DigitalMed. University of Murcia, Spain), Mariano Flores Gutiérrez (DigitalMed. University of Murcia, Spain), Martin Doerr (Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas – FORTH, Greece)