Watch the video recordings of the conference. Opening speeches and presentation by Maria Seissl (Head of the service department of the library of University Vienna): “Brave digital world! Challenges and strategies for online archives and repositories” Lectures and panel discussion Watch the lectures of the following persons and the subsequent […]
Listen to all recordings of lectures, presentations and discussions. Day 1, September 6 2014 Day 2, September 7 2014 Radio contributions
See the photos of both days of the conference 2014. All photos by Petra Moser.
The international conference ARCHIVIA 14 will take place on September 6th and 7th in the framework of this year’s Ars Electronica Festival in Linz (Austria). It will gather representatives of both the national and European academic and political sphere and focus on the challenges online archiving is confronted with. At the intersection of author’s rights and public interest in free access to information, the conference will raise questions on legal and cultural-economic challenges and solutions for online archives. With workshops, presentations and talks ARCHIVIA will open a forum for current challenges and solutions. The ARCHIVIA conference takes place in the frameword of the EU funded project „Captcha“.
Focus on European projects
The 2012 edition of ARCHIVIA mainly focused on the challenges of digitalization for archives and their impact on the legal situation handling archive material. The 2014 edition puts experiences, best practices and examples of current and past European projects in the center of attention.
Open call for participation
ARCHIVIA 2014 invites private and public interest libraries, mediatheks, museums and archives from all over Europe, to present and discuss their views on Europe and the status of their projects. The conference addresses an interested professional audiences and a broad public.
Strengthening online archives!
Mutual exchange of experiences and visions within the conference aims at boosting the relevance of digital online platforms in Europe and raise public attention for issues surrounding the topic. ARCHIVIA believes, that archives will have a key importance for future mediation and preservation and support of diverse cultural heritage in Europe.
Location: Wissensturm Linz
Volkshochschule & Stadtbibliothek Linz
Kärntnerstraße 26, 4020 Linz
(on the opposite side of the main train station)
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Contact for press inquiries:
Tel. 0043-(0)-676 71 08 192
Archivia ’14 Office:
Freier Rundfunk Oberösterreich GmbH
Contact person: Dr. Joachim Losehand, M.A.
c/o Verband Freier Radios Österreichs (VFRÖ)
Kandlgasse 6/1-3, A-1070 Wien
Phone: +43 (0)660 43 966 43 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conceptual assistance: Thomas Diesenreiter, Ingo Leindecker
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