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December 2nd is a more traditional, sit-down-around-a-conference-table kind of workshop.
It's designed to sift through and digest inputs from the [[Unconference and Ignite Talks|December 1st unconference/Ignite]] , and foster sustained discussion and debate about the scope and validity of the [[Openlab Concept]].
December 2nd is a more traditional, sit-down-around-a-conference-table kind of workshop .
to sift through and digest inputs from the [[Unconference and Ignite Talks|December 1st unconference/Ignite]] and sustained discussion and debate about the scope and validity of the [[Openlab Concept]].
Photo: the AAM's boardroom, site of the December 2nd workshop, CC-BY Michael Edson
Scope and purpose
December 2nd is a more traditional, sit-down-around-a-conference-table kind of workshop at the offices of the [Alliance of Museums].
The purpose of the December 2nd meeting is to sift through and digest inputs from the December 1st unconference/Ignite and facilitate a sustained discussion and debate about the scope and validity of the Openlab Concept.
This workshop is full and registration is closed - - but...
...we're going to run it as openly and transparently as possible.
We will be live-tweeting and (probably) wiki-casting this meeting
- We'll use the Chatham House Rule - - everything said can (and probably will) be repeated publicly, but comments can only be attributed to speakers with their permission
- Conversations will be tweeted and written on the wiki in real-time
- Please join us and participate virtually through Twitter at @OpenlabW and #openlabworkshop
Special thanks to our Curators of Tweets @PoPinDC/@ExtrovertedMuse and @BergFulton
We are very grateful for the time and energy of our workshop participants - - thank you!
- Piotr Adamczyk*
- Nik Apostolides, United States Capitol, Visitor Center, @napostolides
- Sheila A. Brennan, Associate Director, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, @sherah1918
- Michael Peter Edson*, CLIR, Open Knowledge, Smithsonian, @mpedson
- Miguel Figueroa, Center for the Future of Libraries, American Library Association, @figuerca
- Rachel L Frick, Director, Business Development DPLA, @rlfrick
- Beth Harris, Smarthistory, @bethrharris
- Charles Henry, President, CLIR, http://www.clir.org/about/henry.html
- Nate Hill, Metropolitan New York Library Council, @natenatenate
- Jeffrey Inscho, Innovation Studio, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, @StaticMade
- Max Kaiser, Head of Research and Development, Austrian National Library / Europeana, @maxkaiser
- Ann Lawless, Executive Director, American Precision Museum Sharon M. Leon, Director of Public Projects, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, @sleonchnm
- Laura Lott, President and CEO, American Alliance of Museums, @LottLaura
- Dennis Meissner, Deputy Director-Programs, Minnesota Historical Society, @dennis_meissner
- Elizabeth Merritt, VP Strategic Foresight & Director, Center for the Future of Museums; American Alliance of Museums, @futureofmuseums
- Leo Mullen, CEO, NavigationArts; Vice President for Strategic Solutions, EPAM Systems, http://www.navigationarts.com/our-company/leadership
- Bethany Nowviskie, Director, Digital Library Federation at CLIR and Research Associate Professor of Digital Humanities, UVa, @nowviskie
- Adrianne Russell, [http:twitter.com/adriannerussell @adriannerussell], https:adriannerussell.wordpress.com/
- John Russick, Vice President for Interpretation and Education, Chicago History Museum and President, Society of American Archivists, @johnrussick64
- Rebecca Stavick, Executive Director, Do Space, @rebeccastavick
- Kate Theimer, ArchivesNext, @archivesnext
- Bonnie Tijerina, Researcher, Data & Society, @bonlth
- Jeff Ubois, MacArthur Foundation, @jeffubois
- Ben Vershbow, Director, NYPL Labs, @subsublibrary
- Donald J. Waters, Senior Program Officer at The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, https://mellon.org/about/staff/donald-j-waters/
- Steven Zucker, Smarthistory, @drszucker
[http:* Many of you know Piotr through his work at the Google Cultural Institute, but he will be participating as a private citizen
[http:* Michael will be the moderator of the workshop; he is participating in his capacity as a fellow at CLIR.
[A note about participant selection].
The OpenLab Workshop is being convened under the DLF's Code of Conduct.