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1 E-Culture WG Report 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006]

2 Common Area session (16:00-17:30, Tuesday) Chair: Mr. Pisuth Paiboonrat; Two presentations from e-Culture side. 1. “Strong community organizing and community building for disaster reduction. - Caring power and social capital in community - " Shinobu Sakurai (Professor), School of nursing, Faculty of medicine Mie-University, JAPAN 2. "The "Memory With the PAST" project, The MWP01 Contest" Frederic Andres (Associate Prof.) Research Organisation for Information Systems Digital Content and Media Sciences Research Division NII (National Institute of Informatics), JAPAN 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006]

3 E-Culture Workshop 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006] 14:00-17:30, July 19, 2006

4 Toward a eCulture Platform Session 1. Technological Issues (14:00-15:30, Wednesday) Chair: Mr. Sanggyun KIM (ANF, Korea) 1. "OOPS, Did You Mean to Share That? Opensource, Opencourseware, and the Learning Objects of Tomorrow“ (40 minutes) Prof. Curtis J. Bonk (Professor) Instructional Systems Technology Dept. School of Education, Indiana University, USA 2. "The "Living Geomedia Memory Monitoring" Project” Frederic Andres (Associate Prof.)(20 minutes) Digital Content and Media Sciences Research Division NII (National Institute of Informatics), JAPAN 3. “Introduction of Digital Culture Heritage Content Projects in Korea”(20 minutes) Gihun Kim (remote speaker) Manager of Culture Archetype Project Team (KOCCA), Korea 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006]

5 Toward a eCulture Platform Session 2. Data sharing (16:00-17:30, Wednesday); Chair: Dr. Faridah Noor Mohd Noor (University of Malaya, Malaysia) 1. “Food liking: Consistency and Variation” Mr. Hajime Nagai, BRAND'S Centre for Health and Nutritional Sciences Cerebos Pacific Limited, Singapore 2. “Rice Cultivating Culture - Data accumulation and its implications” Masao ISHII (Professor), Faculty of Hum. & Social Sciences, Mie Univ., JAPAN 3. “The geo-informatics information for cultural studies in Southeast Asia withcase studies in Thailand and Cambodia” Dr. Col. Surat Lertlum, Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, Thailand Dr. Panjai Tantatsanawong, Silpakorn University, Thailand 4. “DIGITISATION OF MAK YONG: A MODEL FOR PRESERVING INTANGIBLE MALAY HERITAGE” Dr. Faridah Noor Mohd Noor, University of Malaya Dr. Suhaimi Napis, Dr. Harun Jantrik, University Putra Malaysia, Dr. Hanafi, University of Malaya, MALAYSIA 5. “Bottomed-up e-Culture: NDAP‘s Community Participation Meta-Project Framework Mr. Ilya LEE (Project Manager), Program Office of National Digital Archives Program, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006]

6 E-Culture WG Meeting Chair: Mr. Ilya LEE Academia Sinica, Taiwan [09:00-10:30, July 19, 2006] 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006]

7 Discussing Issues Since this is the first meeting after e-Culture was approved to be a Working Group in APAN, this meeting will focus on the design of an e-Culture platform and further collaboration in Asia and Pacific. 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006]

8 Discussing Issues 1. Toward an e-Culture Platform Although utilization of ICT in research process is expanding in all of academic disciplines including Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences, knowledge or know-how about the methods and data tends to be limited within a certain radius. For this reason, we would like to discuss the current condition and future direction of the platform for sharing data (or meta-data), gathering experiences and expertise,and global collaboration via network in studies related to the eCulture. ( For example, food culture database or dictionary in Asia & Pacific ) 2. Collab. with Pacific Neighborhood Consortium (PNC) PNC 2006 Annual Conference will be held in Seoul National University, Hoam Faculty House, August On 18th August, the APAN eCulture is planning to organize the e-Culture session in PNC Based on the explanation by Prof. Sato, further collaboration style between the APAN eCulture and the PNC will be discussed. 3. Future Arrangement for Next APAN Meeting Proposal 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006]

9 Two e-Culture WG Workshop Sessions in 23 rd APAN (preliminary) Chairs: Dr. Yong-Moo KWON and TBD 22nd APAN Meeting in Singapore [ July 17-21, 2006] Session 1 : From technical side Session 2 : From cultural side


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