Network Association Member

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Simon Tanner

  • Network Association Member
  • Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage

  • King's College London

  • United Kingdom

  • Education

Simon is Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage at King’s College London and also the Pro Vice Dean for Research Impact and Innovation in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. His research interests encompass measuring impact and assessing value in the digital domain, digital asset management, digitisation and imaging. In 2012, Simon published the Balanced Value Impact Model. He tweets as @SimonTanner and blogs at http://simon-tanner.blogspot.co.uk/

Speaking at

  • 9
    June
    2016
    10:00 — 15:15

    Copyright and Cultural Memory Conference

    Glasgow, Verenigd Koninkrijk

    How does copyright impact the access to and use of our shared cultural heritage across borders, and online?

    Copyright and Cultural Memory is a one-day conference, organised by CREATe, designed to explore this essential question.

  • 10 — 12
    October
    2016
    15:00 — 18:00

    DCDC16

    Verenigd Koninkrijk, Verenigd Koninkrijk

    DCDC16 (Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities) will look at the varied and innovative ways in which archives, museums, libraries, and academia can help realise the potential of collections and translate this into social, cultural, and economic impact.

  • 8 — 9
    November
    2016
    09:00 — 16:15

    Europeana Network Association AGM 2016

    Zemgales priekšpilsēta, Latvia

    “Show us what you’ve got”

    The Europeana Network Association Annual General Meeting (AGM) is an annual key event for Europeana and its network. It provides the opportunity for Europeana and its partners for all to share, discuss and develop specific areas of mutual interest.

  • 20 — 21
    April
    2017
    16:30 — 16:45

    Sharing is Caring Hamburg 2017

    Sharing is Caring is spreading to other countries and the first edition outside Denmark will be held in Hamburg, Germany on 20/21 April 2017 at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg and at the University of Hamburg, Institute for Cultural Anthropology. As digitization has become a major task for the cultural heritage sector, more and more cultural institutions are providing access to their digitized collections. But sharing is not only about creating online access, it is about sharing the authority to interpret the digitized assets and to create value by opening them up for reuse.