The four keynote papers from last year’s National Digital forum can now be found on YouTube. They are:
- Simon Tanner, Director of Digital Consulting at King’s College, London, talks about Avoiding the Digital Death Spiral – Surviving and Thriving Through Understanding the Value and Impact of Digital Culture – this paper considers the impact and purpose of digitising collections.
- Peter Gorgels, Internet Manager at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, presents the awesome Rijksstudio, Make Your Own Masterpiece – an innovative and fun way to get digitised collections out there.
- Deborah Howes, Director of Digital Learning at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, considers From mobile to MOOC: how and why art museum engage digital publics – sharing learning through online courses
- Ed Summers, Information Technology Specialist, Library of Congress, ponders The Web as a preservation medium – how on earth do you archive the internet??
All are well worth a look and last around 50 minutes.