The following organizations are members of the Friends of OpenGLAM Network:


Bern University of Applied Sciences
The E-Government Institute of the Bern University of Applied Sciences has been involved in the Swiss open data movement since its inception. Its Open & Linked Data Research Group deals with fundamental questions related to the governance of data and data infrastructures in a digitized society. It carries out research projects and mandates that touch upon the various dimensions of data governance: legal, political, ethical, economic, organizational, technical, and semantical. Since 2012, it has supported the cause of the OpenGLAM movement in Switzerland, both by funding the OpenGLAM Benchmark Survey and by fostering the creation of the OpenGLAM CH Working Group.

Website: E-Government Institute
Contact: beat.estermann(at)bfh.ch



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Website: docuteam.ch



Wikimedia CH
Wikimedia CH is the Swiss Chapter of the global Wikimedia movement, and officially recognized as such by the Wikimedia Foundation with its headquarters in San Francisco, USA. We are a non-profit organization which aims to promote the free dissemination of knowledge in Switzerland and supports the volunteers’ community which makes the Wikimedia movement happen. Wikimedia CH offers a wide range of services to help Galleries, Libraries, Museums and Archives (GLAM) navigate the Wiki-universe, to support them in sharing their collections on Wikipedia, the free online Encyclopedia, as well as its many sister projects, like Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata, and to improve their own visibility. The collaboration and the partnerships with cultural institutions is an important pillar in our work towards making the Swiss cultural heritage accessible and this is why we cooperate and support the OpenGLAM movement in Switzerland, both as a sponsor and by being an active partner of the OpenGLAM CH Working Group.

Website: wikimedia.ch
Contact: debora.lopomo(at)wikimedia.ch