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Subject:

CIDOC 2008 in Athens, The Digital Curation of Cultural Heritage

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Christian-Emil Ore <[log in to unmask]>

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First Announcement of the 2008 CIDOC Annual Conference

Dear all,

In 2008 the CIDOC annual meeting will be held in Athens – Greece from 
September 15 to 18 and will be organized by the Hellenic Committee of 
ICOM and the Benaki Museum. Please find additional information in French 
and English below.

Kind regards,
Christian-Emil Ore
Chair  CIDOC


Theme: "The Digital Curation of Cultural Heritage"

Digital curation emerged as an important new concept in the theory and 
management of cultural information. It covers all of the actions needed 
to maintain digitised and born-digital cultural objects and data, going 
beyond digital preservation to encompass their utilisation in the 
context of their entire life cycle, from acquisition and appraisal to 
exhibition, learning and commercial exploitation. The focus of CIDOC 
2008 on the digital curation of cultural heritage will allow curators, 
collection managers, documentalists,  archivists and museum information 
specialists to explore a broad range of theoretical, methodological, 
professional practice and technological issuers related to the 
appraisal, digitisation, management, representation, access and use of 
digital cultural assets, such as those increasingly becoming part of 
museum information systems and digital archives. A core emphasis of the 
meeting will be to understand and re-contextualise the know-how and 
history of established curatorial practice in museums, and memory 
institutions, in general, in the new field of digital cultural heritage; 
to review and discuss the applicability of standards- and good 
practice-related work in the context of managing digital cultural 
information; and to identify and explore the issues, methods and 
challenges involved with the development of new genres and contexts of 
virtual exhibition, e-learning and technology-enhanced services for 
scholarship and research.

see also www.cidoc2008.gr


Call for papers

We invite you to submit an abstract of your paper. The abstract should 
be written in English and be in electronic form. It should be sent to 
the following email address: [log in to unmask], with "CIDOC 2008 
abstract" in the subject field.

Written abstract instructions:
•	An abstract must include a title
•	An abstract should not be longer than 500 words
•	Structure: introduction, objectives, conclusion

The following information has to be included:
•	Name and surname of the author(s)
•	Address of the institution (street, post code, city, telephone & fax no.)
•	Email address of the author to which further information will be sent

The deadline for submission of abstracts is February 22, 2008.
Authors will be notified of acceptance by March 22, 2008.

Contributions may take one of the following formats: full length paper 
(20 min including question time) or short paper (10 minutes) on a 
subject related to the theme of the conference.

The complete text of the paper should be sent by May 31, 2008, in 
English or French and in electronic form only, to the email 
[log in to unmask]

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Première annonce de la Conférence annuelle du CIDOC pour 2008

Chers collègues,

La Conférence annuelle du CIDOC pour 2008 aura lieu à Athènes du 15 au 
18 septembre et sera organisée par le Comité Hellénique de l’ICOM et le 
Musée Benaki.
Veuillez trouvez en bas des renseignements supplémentaires en français 
et en anglais.

Bien cordialement,
Christian-Emil Ore
Président du  CIDOC


Thème : "Curation Numérique d'Héritage Culturel"

La notion de curation numérique est apparue comme un nouveau concept 
important dans la théorie et la gestion d'informations culturelles. Elle 
englobe non seulement les actions nécessaires pour la maintenance et la 
préservation de données – les objets culturels numériques ou numérisés - 
mais s’étend aussi vers leur utilisation dans le contexte de leur cycle 
de vie entier, de l'acquisition à l'évaluation, l'exposition, la 
pédagogie et l'exploitation commerciale. Le thème retenu pour la 
conférence CIDOC 2008 est la curation numérique du patrimoine culturel. 
Ce sujet permettra aux conservateurs, aux gestionnaires de collection, 
aux documentalistes, aux archivistes et aux spécialistes d'informations 
de musée d'explorer une large gamme de questions théoriques, 
méthodologiques, pratiques et technologiques liées à l'évaluation, la 
numérisation, la gestion, la représentation, l'accès et l'utilisation 
des ressources culturelles numériques, ressources qui, de plus en plus, 
font partie des systèmes d'information des musées et des archives 
numériques. L’accent fondamental de la réunion sera de comprendre et de 
mettre en contexte le savoir-faire et l'histoire des pratiques de 
conservation établies par les musées, et, de façon plus générale, par 
toutes les institutions de mémoire qui constituent le nouveau domaine de 
patrimoine culturel numérique; de passer en revue et de discuter 
l'applicabilité des standards et des meilleures pratiques dans le 
contexte de la gestion des informations culturelles numériques; et 
d’identifier et d’explorer les questions, les méthodes et les défis 
impliqués par le développement de nouveaux genres et de contextes : 
l’exposition virtuelle, l’enseignement à distance et l’amélioration par 
la technologie des services destinés aux chercheurs.

voir aussi www.cidoc2008.gr


Appel à contributions

Nous vous invitons à soumettre un résumé de votre intervention. Ce 
résumé sera rédigé en anglais et envoyé sous forme électronique à 
l'adresse suivante: [log in to unmask],
avec la mention "Résumé CIDOC 2008" dans l'en-tête de votre courriel.

Instructions pour les résumés écrits:
•	Le résumé doit inclure un titre
•	La longueur du résumé ne doit pas excéder les 500 mots
•	La structure du résumé est la suivante: introduction, objectifs, 
conclusion

Les informations suivantes doivent être précisées:
•	Prénom et nom de l’ (ou des) auteur(s)
•	Adresse de l'institution (rue, code postal, ville, téléphone, télécopieur)
•	Adresse de courrier électronique de l'auteur à laquelle des 
informations complémentaires peuvent être envoyées

Date de remise des résumés: 22 février 2008.
Les auteurs auront reçu un accusé de réception jusqu’au 22 mars 2008.

Les contributions peuvent prendre l'une des deux formes suivantes: 
intervention complète (20 minutes comprenant le temps des questions) ou 
succincte (10 minutes) sur un sujet relatif au thème de la conférence.

Le texte complet de l'intervention doit être envoyé avant le 31 mai 
2008, en anglais ou en français, sous forme électronique uniquement, à 
l'adresse suivante: [log in to unmask]

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