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]   ‘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] 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.’

Sandra Fauconnier (NIMk)
Gaby Wijers (NIMk)
Margreet Riphagen (Institute of Network Cultures)

Aske Hopman (BMA Collective)