GLAMhack 2018 – Sign up now!

| 10. Sep 2018 | in Event | Keine Kommentare

Landesmuseum ZürichPhoto: Roland zh, CC BY-SA 3.0 (Wikimedia Commons)

This year’s Swiss Open Cultural Data Hackathon takes place on 26-28 October 2018 at the Swiss National Museum in Zurich – in cooperation with the ETH Library, Zentralbibliothek Zürich, the Swiss Social Archives, the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, the Basel Historical Museum, Wikimedia CH, and infoclio.ch and with the support of various sponsors.

For the first time, #GLAMhack is hosted by a museum, and we have seized the occasion to introduce a couple of changes to our hackathon concept:

  • This year’s focus is on creating softwares or artefacts that engage an audience – either online or in form of exhibits/installations. We thereby also encourage the use of non-standard hardware, such as virtual reality equipment and the like – if you have any suggestions in this area, please get in touch!
  • The two hackathon days are followed by a public project presentation event on Sunday afternoon, where visitors will have the possibility to test the products and to meet their creators. We will also award symbolic prizes to the best projects in several categories. – The GLAMhack Awards!

Register now! – For further information and registration, see: http://make.opendata.ch/wiki/event:2018-10

The Organizing Team
hackathon2018(at)openglam.ch

Join the „Friends of OpenGLAM“ Network!

| 16. Sep 2017 | in Allgemein | Keine Kommentare

You can now support the cause of OpenGLAM in Switzerland by joining the „Friends of OpenGLAM“ Network! – It is meant to give our movement a stronger foundation by bringing the people behind it to the fore, and by securing the long-term financial viability of our activities.

Friends of OpenGLAM

Swiss Open Cultural Data Hackathon 2017 – Project Presentations

| 4. Okt 2017 | in Event | Keine Kommentare

The video recordings of this year’s project presentations are available (courtesy of infoclio.ch):

To see the other videos, have a look directly at the infoclio.ch page.

„Hacken erwünscht“

| 21. Jun 2017 | in Allgemein | Keine Kommentare

SocietyByte über #ZACK, den Zürcher Archiv-Hackday:

Hacken erwünscht

 

Swiss Open Cultural Data Hackathon 2017 – Registration is Open

| 22. Mai 2017 | in Event | Keine Kommentare

Registration for the third Swiss Open Cultural Data Hackathon is open.

This year’s event takes place on 15-16 September 2017 (some workshops starting on the 14 September already). It is hosted by the University of Lausanne and supported by the Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire de Lausanne, by the Laboratoire de cultures et humanités digitales (LADHUL), Infoclio.ch, Ernst Göhner Foundation and Migros Kulturprozent.

Participants are asked to sign up by the end of August 2017: Programme & Registration.

Please help us spread the word online and offline. If you would like to distribute flyers, you can download the files for self-print out or get in touch with beat.estermann(at)bfh.ch:

 

Archival Hackday in Zurich – Sign up now!

| 22. Mai 2017 | in Event | Keine Kommentare

Sign up now for the Open Archival Hackday that will take place on Friday, 9th June at the Zurich Cantonal Archives.
The event is organized by several archives of the Zurich region in cooperation with OpenGLAM CH and the Association of Swiss Archivists.

For the programme & registration information, refer to the event page!

The datasets made available for this occasion are available here.

 

 

Results of the Hackathon Participants‘ Survey 2016

| 18. Mrz 2017 | in Event | Keine Kommentare

The results of our Participants’ Survey for the 2016 edition have been published.

As in the previous year, the hackathon has been a large success. According to the participants, it has been most effective in terms of networking, spurring and exchanging ideas, promoting access to cultural data, finding out how data can be used in new contexts, as well as in exchanging skills and know how.

The five top-ranked measures to improve the long-term impact of the hackathon include:
• systematically involving students;
• offering coaching to assist hackathon teams to further pursue their project;
• offering hands-on workshops and introductory courses before the hackathon;
• presenting the outcome of hackathon projects to specialized audiences or to a broader public.

The organizing team will progressively look into ways of improving those aspects and is happy if you join the effort!

Download: Results of the Hackathon Participants‘ Survey 2016 (PDF)

Impressions of the Open Cultural Data Hackathon 2016

| 5. Aug 2016 | in Event | Ein Kommentar

Infoclio has published videos of a series of interviews and of the project presentations of this year’s Open Cultural Data Hackathon, which took place at the Basel University Library on 1-2 July 2016.

This is just a selection. The complete list of the videos can be found at the infoclio.ch website, while the list of hackathon projects as well as a list of available datasets can be found on the hackathon website.

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