„Der Direktor der Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim, Prof. Dr. Schultz und Dekan Prof. Dr. Löhnertz freuen sich über die Auswahl des Campus Geisenheim als Standort des ersten Vinoamps in Deutschland“ berichtet  Campus Manager Robert Lönarz. Nach 10 Jahren schaut die mediale Weinwelt, nach  dem Wine-Event Riesling worldwide 2001, im Jahr 2011 wieder  nach Geisenheim.

Der Campus Geisenheim stellt vom 18.-19- Juni 2011 die Räumlichkeiten und die modernste  IT-Infrastruktur der Web 2.0-Wein-Community  zur Verfügung.

„Als Dozent für „Neue Medien“ freut es mich ganz besonders diesen innovativen Event in Geisenheim mit meinen Studierenden begleiten zu können – die Web 2.0 Welt im Bereich Wein trifft sich in Geisenheim!“, so Robert Lönarz. Mit Dimitri Taits wird ein motivierter Geisenheimer Studierender, unter der Leitung von Dr. Gergely Szolnoki, das Thema wissenschaftlich begleiten.

Anmeldug nur über: http://vinocamp-deutschland.mixxt.eu/ -Plätze limitiert.

Wein-Plus.com wrote:

„The first German Vinocamp is planned to take place at the Campus Geisenheim in the Rheingau region in June 2011. The event will investigate the topic of wine and the Internet in the form of a bar camp. According to the definition provided by Wikipedia, this is an open meeting, with the schedule and contents being developed by the participants themselves in the course of the meeting. The lectures and discussion rounds within the framework of the bar camp are coordinated by the participants themselves.

Nach dem Vorbild der Vinocamps in Frankreich haben die The German wine bloggers Dirk Würtz and Thomas Lippert had initiated the first German Vinocamp in January 2011, based on the example of Vinocamps held in France. „The target group of wine enthusiasts in the Internet should be sufficiently large to be able to implement an own bar camp on the topic of wine. I personally believe a Vinocamp can achieve a lot in invigorating our small Wine 2.0 scene“, says Lippert. Würtz explains the concept: „Anybody who wants to participate can do so, and can contribute to the Vinocamp. The important thing is that it should have something to do with wine and the Web. Those that want to come along and simply listen, collect ideas and exchange experiences are also welcome.“

The organisation will be handled by the online community vinocamp-deutschland.mixxt.eu, communication is primarily via social media (Twitter-Hashtag: #vcd11). Within ten days after opening the site, more than 230 members have joined the Vinocamp Germany Facebook group.(CS)


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