Vol. 6, no. 2 (12) (2015): Creative Digital

Table of Contents

Foreword
Krzysztof Nichczynski
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4-5
Introduction
Maria Śliwińska
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6-9

Main Articles

John Favaro, Patrizia Falcone
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12-19
Cristian Ciurea, Florin G. Filip
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20-27
Edward J. Valauskas
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28-44
Ivelin Ivanov
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45-51
Maria Teresa Natale, Marzia Piccininno
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52-64

Interviews & Projects

Europeana Creative: Where Cultural Heritage and Creative Industries Meet to Re-Use Europe's Digital Memories
Lizzy Komen, Andrew Kitchen
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66-82
LoCloud: Local Cultural Heritage Online and in the Cloud
Kate Fernie
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83-87
Europeana Food and Drink Social Game
Annalise Duca, Peter Meadley, Maria Sliwinska
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90-99

Short Articles

Belgium: The Flemish Institute for Archiving (VIAA) Brings Audiovisual Heritage into the Classroom
Barbara Dierickx
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102-109
Cyprus: Creative Re-use of Data: A GIS Tool to Trace the Provenance of Cypriot Cultural Heritage
Valentina Vassallo, Sorin Hermon
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110-115
France: Engaging Users to Play with Digitised Cultural Heritage: How Gallica Interacts with Gallicanautes
Mélanie Leroy-Terquem
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116-121
Germany: PuQI – A Smart Way to Create Better Data
Stefan Rohde-Enslin
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122-129
Hungary: Towards Complexity: Case Study to the Experiment of "Visualization and Indexing of Museum Content": The Context of the 19th-Century Ornamental Prints
Júlia Katona
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130-137
Netherlands: The Battle for Beauty in a Virtual World: How Museums Can Profit from the Digital Revolution
Wim Pijbes
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138-145
Poland: Games Supporting Student Creativity
Maria Śliwińska, Piotr Kozurno
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146-153
Romania: Creative Use of the Historical Documents Collection of the Romanian Academy Library
Oana Lucia Dimitriu
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154-161
Russia: Possibilities and Limitations of Repeated Use of Digital Resources: Museum Multimedia at the Internet Festival "Museum Geek"
Olga Kissel, Natali Potapenko
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162-169
Spain: Open Access to a Memory of the World Document at the Municipal Archive of Girona
Joan Boadas i Raset, Anna Gironella i Delga
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170-177

Book Reviews

Rinehart, Richard and Jon Ippolito. Re-collection. Art, New Media, and Social Memory. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2014.
Werner Schweibenz
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178-181

Conference Reports

“Kultur-Hackathon Coding da Vinci”, Berlin, April 25 and July 5, 2015
Frank von Hagel
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182-186
3D ins Museum? 3D models for museum usage? Procedures, technologies, possibilities, and challenges of 3D digitization for cultural heritage institutions, Berlin, January 26, 2015
Arlene Peukert
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187-190