|In 2002, over 120
[link 01] higher education establishments in Germany, Austria and Switzerland were invited to take part. All students were given the opportunity to enter directly without requiring a nomination from their lecturers. 76
[link 02] projects were submitted, of which 68 were accepted and 26 were nominated for the
[link 03] final panel of judges.|
Each prize-winner received a production grant worth Euro 2,500.
Presentation of the projects
|The awards ceremony for the 2002 digital sparks competition took place as part of the two-day expert workshop
[link 04] "Online Archives - Perspectives on Networked Knowledge Spaces" in Schloss Birlinghoven, Sankt Augustin near Bonn, Germany. A detailed documentation about the 2002 competition can be downloaded as a
[link 05] [PDF |1, 8 MB] document (sorry, German only).|
All projects submitted are presented in an
[link 06] interactive map and as a
[link 07] project list.
The digital sparks 2002 team:
|Conception and management:
[link 08] Monika Fleischmann and
[link 09] Wolfgang Strauss|
Organization and implementation: Diane Müller
Editorial team and assistants: Gabriele Blome, Jochen Denzinger, Katja Heckes, Kai-Uwe Kunze, Stefan Paal, Daniel Pfuhl, Felix Schmitz-Justen, Thomas Unger.