Merete is an Art Historian working at SMK as a researcher and project manager. She is leading a number of projects concerned with providing open access to digitized collections and using digital media to freely share knowledge and resources with the world.
Profile on SMK
LinkedIn: Merete Sanderhoff
Lyng has furthermore contributed on the national level to increase knowledge on open data and licensing issues through her numerous presentations on seminars and conferences. She has also contributed as member of the open data guidelines secretariat, appointed by The Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs. The secretariat has facilitated a process which has led to a set of guidelines for open data in Norway.
She works as a project leader and researcher in the Department of Media in Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture. Her research centers on designing meaningful public access to the vast digital archives that exists in public memory institutions. As a designer Sanna’s interest includes open and collaborative design and creative re-use utilizing archival materials online.
Sanna is vice chair of the Open Knowledge Finland board and works actively with the Finnish GLAM sector. Sanna works also with Creative Commons Finland towards an open and collaborative cultural sector.
Ingibjörg Steinunn Sverrisdóttir
– Open Images (an open media platform)
– Oorlogsmonumenten in Beeld (a location-based iPhone app that enriches war monuments with audiovisual heritage
– Waisda? (a multiple award winning crowdsourcing game for collecting metadata for audiovisual content).
– Open Culture Data
Tina Svan Colding
Tina has been involved in making the business case leading to open geographical data in Denmark and been project leader on the project implementing the open geographical data in GST.