Academy 2021 in Novo mesto: Exploitation of Digitized Cultural Heritage for ePromotion

Academy 2021 in Novo mesto: Exploitation of Digitized Cultural Heritage for ePromotion

 

Academy 2021 in Novo mesto: Exploitation of Digitized Cultural Heritage for ePromotion
Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location: Atrium, Miran Jarc Library, Rozmanova ulica 28, Novo mesto

Akademija 2021 v Novem mestu: Izraba digitalizirane kulturne dediščine za e-promocijo
Torek, 9. novembra 2021, 09:00 – 15:00
Lokacija: Atrij, Knjižnica Mirana Jarca, Rozmanova ulica 28, Novo mesto

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Namen - Purpose

Akademija 2021 v Novem mestu

Akademija 2021 je smiselno nadaljevanje Virtualne Akademije 2020: Digitalizirajmo gradiva kulturne dediščine Novega mesta. Organizira jo Odbor za promocijo kulturne dediščine Novega mesta.

Digitalizacija je proces pretvorbe podatkov v digitalno (računalniško berljivo) obliko. Rezultat je predstavitev predmeta, slike, zvoka, dokumenta ali signala (običajno analognega signala) z ustvarjanjem niza številk, ki opisujejo diskreten niz točk ali vzorcev. Digitalna kulturna dediščina je uporaba digitalnih medijev za razumevanje in ohranjanje kulturne ali naravne dediščine. Listina Unesca o ohranjanju digitalne dediščine jo opredeljuje kot “kulturne, izobraževalne, znanstvene in upravne vire, pa tudi tehnične, pravne, medicinske in druge vrste informacij, ustvarjenih digitalno ali spremenjenih v digitalno obliko iz obstoječih analognih virov”. Digitaliziranje kulturne dediščine omogoča stalen dostop do umetniških del, od literature do slik. Evropska komisija spodbuja digitaliziranje kulturne dediščine.

Stopnjo digitaliziranosti kulturne dediščine lahko merimo. Kazalniki so razdeljeni v štiri glavne teme: ponudba, povpraševanje, ekonomija in trajnost. Akademija 2021 odpira vprašanja o ponudbi: Kako razpoložljivo digitalizirano kulturno dediščino lahko izrabimo za e-promocijo Novega mesta? Akademija 2021 je prispevek prizadevanjem za uresničevanje digitalizacije kot ene izmed prednostnih nalog slovenskega predsedovanja Svetu Evrope v drugi polovici leta 2021.

V program so povabljeni predstavnice/predstavniki organizacij, ki so v opazni meri že digitalizirale kulturno dediščino in so zainteresirane za medorganizacijsko e-sodelovanje.

Academy 2021 in Novo mesto

Academy 2021 is a sensible continuation of the Virtual Academy 2020: Let’s digitize the cultural heritage materials of Novo mesto. It is organized by the Novo mesto Cultural Heritage Promotion Committee.

Digitization is the process of converting information into a digital (i.e. computer-readable) format. The result is the representation of an object, image, sound, document or signal (usually an analog signal) by generating a series of numbers that describe a discrete set of points or samples. Digital heritage is the use of digital media in the service of understanding and preserving cultural or natural heritage. The Charter on the Preservation of Digital Heritage of UNESCO defines digital heritage as embracing “cultural, educational, scientific and administrative resources, as well as technical, legal, medical and other kinds of information created digitally, or converted into digital form from existing analogue resources”. The digitization of cultural heritage serves to enable the permanent access to artwork ranging from literature to paintings. European Commission is supporting the digitization of cultural heritage.

The cultural heritage digitization can be measured. The indicators are divided in four main themes: supply, demand, economics and sustainability. The 2021 Academy raises questions about supply: How can the available digitized cultural heritage be exploited for the ePromotion of Novo mesto? The Academy 2021 is a contribution to the efforts of digitization as one of the priorities of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of Europe in the second half of 2021.

Representatives of organizations that have significantly digitized cultural heritage already, and have interest in inter-organizational eCollaboration, are invited to the program.

Pet Akademij v Novem mestu 2017-2021
Five Academies in Novo mesto 2017-2021

9.11.2021 Akademija 2021 v Novem mestu: Izraba digitalizirane kulturne dediščine za e-promocijo
Virtualna Akademija 2020: Digitalizirajmo gradiva kulturne dediščine Novega mesta
22.5.2019 Akademija 2019 – E-promocija kulturne dediščine v porečju Krke in Kolpe
25.5.2018 Akademija v Novem mestu ob Evropskem letu kulturne dediščine
08.9.2017 Od gimnazije Marije Terezije v letu 1746 do akademske pobude v letu 2017

9.11 2021 Academy 2021 in Novo mesto: Exploitation of Digitized Cultural Heritage for ePromotion
Virtual Academy 2020: Digitize Novo mesto’s Cultural Heritage Materials
22.5.2019 Academy 2019 – Cultural Heritage ePromotion in the Krka & Kolpa/Kupa River Basin
25.5.2018 Novo mesto Academy at the European Year of Cultural Heritage
08.9.2017 From Maria Theresa Gymnasium in 1746 to Academic Initiative in 2017

Program

9:00 – 9:15
Kulturni program

9:15 – 9:30
Uvodni nagovor Kulturna dediščina Novega mesta in pet Akademij 2017-2021
Dr. Miha Japelj, predsednik, Odbor za promocijo kulturne dediščine Novega mesta

9:30 – 10:30
Panel Smeri in razsežnosti digitaliziranja občine

Vodja:

Mag. Gregor Macedoni, župan
Mestna občina Novo mesto & član, Strateški svet za digitalizacijo pri Vladi Republike Slovenije
Gregor.Macedoni@Novomesto.si

Člani panela:

Dr. Vladimir Prebilič, župan
Občina Kočevje & izredni profesor, Fakulteta za družbene vede Univerze v Ljubljani
Vladimir.Prebilic@Kocevje.si

Boštjan Gaberc, direktor
Mikrografija d.o.o. Novo mesto
Bostjan.Gaberc@Mikrografija.si

11:00 – 12:30
Panel Dosežena raven digitaliziranja v organizacijah občine

Vodja:

Dr. Čadonič Špelič, direktorica občinske uprave
Mestna občina Novo mesto
Vida.Cadonic.Spelic@Novomesto.si

Člani panela:

Boris Blaić, namestnik urednice
Dolenjski list Novo mesto
Boris.Blaic@DolenjskiList.si

Luka Blažič, direktor
Knjižnica Mirana Jarca Novo mesto
Luka.Blazic@Nm.sik.si

Jasna Dokl Osolnik, direktorica
Dolenjski muzej Novo mesto
Jasna.Dokl.Osolnik@Dolenjskimuzej.si

Dr. Matej Forjan, direktor
Šolski center Novo mesto
Matej.Forjan@SC-Nm.si

13:15 – 14:45
Panel Načrti županov za digitaliziranje občin v regiji

Vodja:

Dr. Miha Japelj, predsednik, Odbor za promocijo kulturne dediščine Novega mesta
& redni član, Inženirska akademija Slovenije
Miha Japelj franc.pavel@t-2.net

Člani panela:

Ivan Molan, župan
Občina Brežice
Ivan.Molan@Brezice.si

Andrej Kavšek, župan
Občina Črnomelj
Andrej.Kavsek@Crnomelj.si

Darko Zevnik, župan
Občina Metlika
Darko.Zevnik@Metlika.si

Mag. Miran Stanko, župan
Občina Krško
Miran.Stanko@Krsko.si

Alojzij Kastelic, župan
Občina Trebnje
Alojzij.Kastelic@Trebnje.si

14:45 – 15:00
Sklepne ugotovitve

Dr. Jože Gričar, zaslužni profesor Univerze v Mariboru
Programski koordinator, Medobčinska pobuda: Čezmejno e-sodelovanje v e-regiji, Inter-Municipality Initiative: Cross-border eCollaboration in the eRegions; Members
Namestnik predsednika, Odbor za promocijo kulturne dediščine Novega mesta
Joze.Gricar@UM.si

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