DIGITAL CULTURAL CONTENT FORUM MEETING
February 17-19, 2006
J. Paul Getty Center
Los Angeles, California

Friday, February 17
6:00-9:00 pm

Welcome

Kenneth Hamma, Executive Director, Digital Policy and Initiatives, J. Paul Getty Trust

Opening Remarks

Namir Anani, Director General Canadian Heritage Information Network

Chris Batt, Chief Executive Museums, Libraries, and Archives Council (UK)

Mary Chute, Acting Director Institute of Museum and Library Services (US)

Saturday, February 18

Program: Social Impacts of Networked Knowledge - the Role of Cultural heritage and Learning Organizations in the Networked World

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

9:00 am

Welcome and Introductions

Meeting facilitator

Liz Bishoff, Cultural Heritage Consultant

The program will include presentations, small group conversations, and plenary discussions in an informal setting.

Case Study: "Eye on the Night Sky: Reaching Audiences Through Multiple Media," a science literacy project engaging radio listeners in a science education project involving Vermont Public Radio, the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, and public libraries throughout the state. The project makes innovative use of radio, cell phones, and an interactive Web site in addition to programs at the museum and in libraries.

Presenters:

Charles Browne, Executive Director, and Mark Breen, Planetarium Director
Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, St. Johnsbury, Vermont

Jody Evans, Director of Programming, Vermont Public Radio, Colchester, Vermont

Analysis and Commentary: Perspectives on Audience Engagement and Measurement, Uses of Media and Marketing

David Liroff, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, WGBH Educational Foundation, Boston, Massachusetts

Nick Schiavone, Consultant
Nicholas P. Schiavone, LLC
Business Consultancy for Media, Marketing & Measurement Rye, New York

Michael Stevenson
Director of Strategy and Communications, Department for Education and Skills (UK), London, England

12:00 pm
Lunch
1:00 pm
Reconvene

Research and Education in the Networked World: a Perspective from Big Science

S. George Djorgovski Professor of Astronomy Director
Center for Advanced Computing Research California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California

Small group and plenary discussion on issues raise by all speakers: how will cultural heritage institutions act and interact in the networked world?

Closing Summary

Clifford Lynch
Executive Director Coalition for Networked Information Washington, DC

Sunday, February 19
Forum Members' Meeting
9:00 am

Review and reflections on Saturday’s program

10:00 am

DCCF Online—CHIN
DCCF 2007 Program—CHIN

Other Topics to be Determined

12:00 pm
Meeting Adjourns

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