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Friday, November 13 • 14:00 - 14:45
Wikipedia + OpenGLAM in school

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This session will show new methods to engage the notoriously hard-to-reach teenagers in learning activities involving your collections, and build an active community of young generation users.

Get inspired to increase your institution’s strategic contribution to digital literacy in society and become part of a community of people interested in working with digital literacy potentials at the intersection of co-creation and open cultural heritage.

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Merete Sanderhoff

Curator / Senior adviser, SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst
My work at SMK - the national gallery of Denmark centers around opening up the digitised collections and inviting the public to build on our common heritage for learning, creativity and innovation. I’ve initiated the Sharing is Caring conferences to foster cross-sector dialogue... Read More →
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Majken Astrup

Communication and project officer, Royal Danish Library
Majken Astrup is an educated historian and journalist. She currently works with the dissemination of school history at the Royal Danish Library, where she, among other responsibilities, collaborates with Danish Wikipedia and a number of central cultural heritage institutions on the... Read More →
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Peter Leth

Educational Advisor, Skoletube
Peter Leth is an educational consultant and teacher. He is an expert in the didactics of media and a co-founder of Skoletube (English: Schooltube). Peter currently works as chairman of the associations OpenDenmark and Creative Commons Denmark. Additionally, he has developed digital... Read More →

Friday November 13, 2020 14:00 - 14:45 CET