Click-on-Knowledge Conference 2011 – University of Copenhagen

These sessions were recorded at Click on Knowledge in May 2011

Watch the recorded sessions from Click On Knowledge here.

Welcome and Opening of the Conference
Welcome by Professor Charles Lock, Andrew Miller, Robert Rix and Simon Frost.
Opening of the Conference (9:25) by Dean Kirsten Refsing, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen.
We are All Digital Humanists (starts at 15:10)
Professor Susan Schreibman, Director of the Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO), the Royal Irish, Academy, Dublin (audio and slides only, per request of the speaker).
Video: Opening & We are All Digital Humanists 

Digital Humanities and the Mapping of the Eighteenth Century Book Trade
University of Leeds: Professor Simon Burrows, Vincent Hiribarren and Mark Curran. (Introduced by Dr. Robert Rix)
Video: Digital Humanities and the Mapping of the Eighteenth Century Book Trade

Scholarly Publishing and Technological Change
Dr. Linda Bree, Editorial Director, Arts and Literature, Cambridge University Press. (Introduced by Dr. Inge Birgitte Siegumfeldt, TRAMS)
Video: Scholarly Publishing and Technological Change

Misapprehensions Around 'Knowledge'
Professor Peter Naur, Computer Scientist and winner of the Turing Prize. (Introduced by Professor Charles Lock)
Video: Misapprehensions Around 'Knowledge'

Plenary Panel: Educating Rita? Cultural Heritage, Digitization and Bildung
Helle Porsdam and Mia Rendix: "On the Right to Read: Digitization and Notions of Bildung". Stina Theilmann-Lock: "'Worth a Thousand Words': Image Database and the Right to Information". Nanna Bonde Thylstrup: "Cultural Heritage and Digitization - From Preservation to Access" (Introduced by Charles Lock)
Video: Educating Rita? Cultural Heritage, Digitization and Bildung

Pages, Screens, and the Spaces of Scholarship
Professor Charles Lock, English Department, University of Copenhagen. (Introduced by Dr. Andrew Miller)
Video: Pages, Screens, and the Spaces of Scholarship

Knowledge in the Digital Age
Jasper Hedegaard Bøjsen, Director of Technology, Microsoft Denmark. (Introduced by Professor Charles Lock)
Video: Knowledge in the Digital Age

Game Layers as a Motivational Driver
Annette Pedersen and Thomas Schlichting, ITMEDIA, University of Copenhagen.
Video: Game Layers as a Motivational Driver

Google and the Humanities: Friend or Foe?
Mark Malseed, IT-journalist, author of The Google Story. (Introduced by Dr. Andrew Miller)
Video: Google and the Humanities: Friend or Foe?

Plenary Panel Discussion: Professor Susan Schreibman (audio only per request of the speaker), Jasper Hedegaard Bojsen, Professor Peter Naur, Dr. Linda Bree, Mark Malseed and Professor Charles Lock.
Video: Panel Discussion

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