We would like to welcome you to the international CAPTCHA conference “ARCHIVIA 14″ which will take place on 6-7 September 2014 during this year’s Ars Electronica Festival in Linz (Austria).
If you can not be there in person you will still be able to follow the conference online. All talks and panel discussions (audio and video) will be streamed live. All sections will be either held in English or translated to English. Click for the detailed programme and the address of the streaming site.
At the intersection of the authors’ rights and the public’s interest in free access to information the ARCHIVIA 14 conference will raise questions on legal and cultural-economic challenges and solutions for online archives. With workshops, presentations and talks ARCHIVIA 14 will open a forum for current challenges and timely solutions.
Conference programme (Location: Wissensturm)
6th September 2014
Registration and breakfast (with friendly support by Open Commons Region Linz)
Welcome and introduction
Brave new world! Challenges and strategies of online archives and repositories (Maria Seissl, Head of the Service Department for Libraries and Archives at the University Vienna)
“Preserving cultural heritage in the digital information society” – Panel discussion about the actual practices of archives, media centers and libraries with Gerhard Baumgartner (Dokumentationsarchiv des österr. Widerstands), Julia Fallon (Stiftung Europeana), Max Kaiser (Österreichische Nationalbibliothek) and Hermann Lewetz (Österreichische Mediathek). Moderation: Anna Masoner (ORF Ö1)
7th September 2014:
Registration and brunch
A National Library for the 21st Century – Content and services in The Digital Library (Roger Jøsevold, Nationalbibliothek Norway, Oslo)
Copyright and cultural heritage – a construct between reality and fiction (Paul Klimpel, iRights Lab Kultur. Berlin)
Memory institutions, online archives and copyright (Felix Trumpke, OLG Frankfurt/Main)
Mass-digitization and (extended) collective licensing: the way forward? (Stef van Gompel, Institute for Information Law, Amsterdam)
Electronic Reading Terminals – ECJ Case TU Darmstadt vs. Eugen Ulmer in its European Context (Diana Ettig, Hogan Lovells, Frankfurt/Main)
“New framework conditions for the accessibility of cultural heritage” – Panel discussion about the legal framework conditions and the possibility of their improvement in the digital information society with Diana Ettig (Hogan Lovells, Frankfurt/Main), Stef van Gompel (Institute for Information Law, Amsterdam), Roger Jøsevold (Nationalbibliothek Norway, Oslo), Paul Klimpel (iRights Lab Kultur, Berlin) and Felix Trumpke (Legal intern at OLG Frankfurt/Main)
You can follow the talks and panel discussions online on http://www.archivia.at/live-streaming/
For more information please visit http://www.archivia.at/?lang=en