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CESBA Wiki Workshop held in Dornbirn, Vorarlberg

The CESBA Wiki Workshop at the 20th of March stimulated a broad discussion on the further development of the CESBA Wiki. Wiki expert Dr. Richard Heigl from the hallo Welt! Medienwerkstatt GmbH and nine CESBA actors from Germany, Switzerland and Austria discussed on a success strategy for the CESBA Wiki of the future. The CESBA Wiki Workshop was financed and organized by the ViSiBLE workshop.

 

The key issues discussed were:

  • What is the added value of the CESBA Wiki?
  • How can we address the challenges that go along with the CESBA Wiki?
  • Connection points - the ecosystem of the CESBA Wiki
  • The establishment of a vivid CESBA Wiki community


The CESBA Wiki strategy is currently elaborated in German and English and will be available on the CESBA Wiki by the beginning of April, 2014.

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