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Study Project Leaders

For the Contractor:

Mrs. Andrea M. Mulrenin
Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Jakob-Haringer-Strasse 5/III
A 5020 Salzburg
Email: andrea.mulrenin@salzburgresearch.at
Phone: +43-662-22 88-304
Fax: +43-662-22 88-222

For the European Commission:

Mr. Axel Szauer
DG Information Society - D2
Batiment Jean Monnet
Rue Alcide de Gasperi
L-2920 Luxembourg
Email: Axel.Szauer@cec.eu.int
Phone: +352-4301-33526
Fax: +352-4301-32847


The DigiCULT study was conducted by Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH for the European Commission DG Information Society - D2 with the assistance and support from the following organisations:

Consorzio Civita, Rome (I)
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (D)
Netherlands Filmmuseum, Amsterdam (NL)
Royal Library, The National Library of Sweden, Stockholm (SWE)
Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network SCRAN, Edinburgh (UK)

We especially wish to thank our partners who have contributed to the success of the DigiCULT study. The conduct of the study was supported by The Digital Guild (UK), the Internationales Musik Zentrum (A) and the Pulman Consortium (BE).

We would like to express our appreciation for the insightful critiques and constructive recommendations of the members of the DigiCULT Steering Committee:

Dr. Costis Dallas, Panteion University, Athens (GR)
Paul Fiander, BBC Information & Archives, London (UK)
Dr. Walter Koch, Cultural Service Center, Graz (A)
Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Lehmann, Foundation Prussian Cultural Heritage, Berlin (D)

We also would particularly like to thank the European Commission DG Information Society D2 for the opportunity to perform this study:

Mr. Bernard Smith, Head of Unit
Mr. Axel Szauer, Deputy Head of Unit
Mr. Friso Visser, Expert to the European Commission


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