From April till July 2010 a team will focus on the main questions addressed in this Program Line #2 Public 2.0.
- How to deal with the collection and their users at the same time?
- What are interactive ways to deal with both and to make sure they interact?
- How do users approach the collection at NIMk, what needs do they have?
- Is there a need for active user participation and how can this be realised in a meaningful way?
- What can be drawn and learned from other successful online initiatives and applications?
- How can NIMk generate income from the collection?
The team consist of:
Lorena Zevedei; lorena [at] nimk.nl ‘I have finished my bachelor studies in the field of Bibliology and Information Science at the University from Bucharest. Currently I am following the master programme Book and Digital Media Studies at Leiden University. This research brings a different approach within my professional development and is part of my master’s graduation process.’
Janneke Kamp; jkamp [at] nimk.nl student at Reinwardt Academie (Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten). ‘I am in the final year of my Bachelor studies and focussing my final thesis on this subject. I see this project as a preparation for the subject of business models and online collections. I did my long internship at NIMk, and after this I have been working there as a volunteer/assistent. I wanted to connect the subject of my final thesis to the NIMk but wasn’t sure how untill Gaby Wijers introduced me to this project.’
Aske Hopman (BMA Collective)