Opening Up Our Cultural Heritage Through Digitisation and Collaboration

World Library and Information Congress :
23-27 August 2009, Milan, Italy

The Section's program at the 2009 World Library and Information Congress included an open paper session as well as a poster presentation  and  field trip.

Papers presented at the Open Session:

Using Web 2.0, Open Source Technology and Social Networking Services to Facilitate Collaboration and Access to Genealogy and Local History/
[Utilisation du Web 2.0, des technologies Open Source et des services de réseaux sociaux pour faciliter la collaboration et l’accès à l’information sur la généalogie et l’histoire locale]
Melvin Thatcher
FamilySearch
Utah, U.S.A.

Newcomers to Europe Sharing Their Untold Stories: Digital Storytelling Using Web 2.0 
Lone Hedelund
Citizens' Services and Libraries
Aarhus-Gellerup and Hasle Libraries
Aarhus, Denmark

Developing Services for Local History Research Through Digitization Project: Public Library Case Study
Bogdan Trifunovic
Public Library Cacak
Cacak, Serbia

Preserving the Cultural Heritage of the Blackfoot: The Challenges of Cultural Sensitivity
Marinus Swanepoel
University of Lethbridge Library
Alberta, Canada

Local History and Genealogy

Last update: 16 May 2018