Network Association Member


Karin Glasemann

  • Network Association Member
  • Members Council Member
  • Digital Coordinator

  • Nationalmuseum

  • Sweden

  • Museum

I was trained as an historian and have worked in digital cultural heritage for almost 10 years. I started in Museum Documentation and have a good knowledge on data- and documentation standards. In 2012, I started working for Nationalmuseum, Sweden, originally to ameliorate digital documentation. However, a major goal of documentation and digitization was soon to make the astonishing collection more accessible to the public. Since 2013 I have been responsible for Nationalmuseum delivery to Europeana, which pushed Nationalmuseums internal development. The Open Glam policy that was effectuated in October 2016 is also due to the collaboration with Europeana.

Speaking at

  • 20 — 21
    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.

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