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  • Masterclass; 17 instellingen
  • Masterclass; 17 instellingen
  • Samenwerking cultuurprofessionals en hackers/ ontwikkelaars
  • Masterclass; 17 instellingen
  • Later in de presentatie voorbeelden van dit hergebruik
  • Later in de presentatie voorbeelden van dit hergebruik

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  • OPEN CULTURE DATA:BOTTUM -UP OPEN HERITAGE OKFestival 2012 Helsinki, 20 September 2012 t: @OpenCultuurData | #opencultuurdata
  • WHYRepresent the cultural heritage sector withinthe growing open data movement.To connect open data enthusiast from withinthe sector to join forcesConnect with hackers and designers
  • WHAT• Make more data (collection data etc.) available as open culture data• Make valuable applications through which we can participate in arts and culture
  • FASE 1: EXPERIMENT• Ad-hoc start: September 2011• Contacting heritage professionals to release datasets• Writing ‘datablogs’• 1 hackathon, 8 datasets in November 2011• Starting point: 5 rules for Open Cultuur Data
  • defining open culture data1. Open Culture Data is knowledge and information of cultural institutions, organisations or initiatives about their collections and/or works
  • defining open culture data2. Everyone can consult, use, spread and re-use Open Culture Data through an open license or by making it available in the public domain
  • defining open culture data3. Open Culture Data is available in a digital (standard) format that makes re-use possible
  • defining open culture data4. The structure and possible applications of Open Culture Data are documented, for instance in a ‘Datablog’
  • defining open culture data5. The provider of the Open Culture Data is prepared to answer questions about the data from interested parties and respects the efforts the open data community invests in developing new applications
  • specific conditions• CC0 for metadata• PDM, CC-BY of CC-BY-SA for content• Open standards• Open documentation & communication
  • FASE 1: 5 DATA PROVIDERS• Amsterdam Museum• Eye Film Instituut Nederland• Nationaal Archief• Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld & Geluid (Open Beelden, Wiki, GTAA)• Rijksmuseum• Rijksmonumenten,info (ab-c media)
  • HACKATHON | HACK DE OVERHEID | WORKSHOPPhoto: Breyten Ernsting. CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/nl/)
  • HACKATHON | HACK DE OVERHEID | HACKEN!Photo: Breyten Ernsting. CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/nl/)
  • RESULTS APPS FOR NL• 13 apps, 8 submissions (46 in total)• Gold – Vistory (based on Open Images)• Education prize - Rijksmonumenten.info• Encouragement prize - ConnectedCollection
  • RE-USING OPEN CULTURE DATA#1 making collections searchable
  • APPS: ETIENNE POSTHUMUS, ARKY VES ICONCLASS BROWSER
  • APPS: WOUT VAN WEZEL, CONNECTED COLLECTION
  • APPS: RONALD KLIP, RIJKSMUSEUM TIMELINE
  • APPS: HAY KRANEN, THE VIRTUAL RIJKSMUSEUM
  • APPS: HANS VAN DEN BERG/ ARJAN DEN BOER (AB-C MEDIA), FACES OF THE RIJKSMUSEUM
  • RE-USING OPEN CULTURE DATA#2 games
  • APPS: RONALD KLIP, RIJKS-QUIZ
  • APPS: NICO WITTEMAN, RIJKSMUSEUM QUIZ
  • RE-USING OPEN CULTURE DATA#3 data enrichment
  • APPS: TERRY VAN ELK, RIJKSMONUMENTEN.NL
  • APPS: JAAP BLOM (SOUND & VISION), ENRICHING OPEN IMAGES
  • RE-USING OPEN CULTURE DATA#4 social media platforms
  • APPS: HANS NOUWENS, OPEN ARCHIVE TWITTERSTREAMS
  • RE-USING OPEN CULTURE DATA#5 mobile applications & tablets
  • APPS: KARS ALFRINK, CHRIS EIDOF, HISTORICAL MAPS FOR IPAD
  • APPS: HANS VAN DEN BERG / ARJAN DEN BOER (AB-C MEDIA), RIJKSMONUMENTEN.INFO
  • APPS: JONATHAN CARTER / PAUL MANWARING (GLIMWORM IT), VISTORY
  • FASE 2: MASTER CLASS, GROWTH OF THE NETWORK, COMPETITION• 2012: support from Images for the Future and Creative Commons Netherlands• April 2012: master classes• Juni 2012: start competition / hackathon 1• Oktober 2012, Rotterdam: hackathon 2• Begin 2013: Open Culture Data Awards
  • FASE 2: MASTER CLASS OPEN DATA | CREATIVE COMMONSARCHIEVEN MUSEAArchief Eemland Buurtmuseum Leiden NoordGemeentearchief Rotterdam Centraal MuseumGroene Hart ArchievenNationaal Archief Fries Museum / KeramiekmuseumRegionaal Archief Leiden Princessehof Joods Historisch MuseumBIBLIOTHEKEN Maritiem Digitaal/Visserijmuseum ZoutkampWageningen UR bibliotheek Teylers MuseumSECTORINSTITUTEN KENNISCENTRA/-INSTITUTENKunstfactor Nationaal Comité 4 en 5 mei NCB Naturalis NIOD Theater Instituut Nederland
  • DATASETS (20 and counting…)
  • THE NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE FOR SOUND & VISION: SOUND RECORDINGS• 2.100 historical sound recordings• Creative Commons – BY-SA• 1950-1990• Studio quality• Geodata• SoundCloud API• Growing collection thanks to crowdsourcing• More information: http://www.opencultuurdata.nl/wiki/het-geluid-van-nederland/Contact person:Maarten Brinkerink – mbrinkerink@beeldengeluid.nl – @mbrinkerink (Twitter)
  • THE NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE FOR SOUND & VISION: HISTORICAL VIDEO’S• 1.700 video’s / 1920-1980 / Polygoon• Metadata: e.g. title, topic, description, author, date, language, persons, location, rights, format• openbeelden.nl/api: OAI-PMH / XML• License video’s: CC-BY-SA (for the most part)• Licence metadata: CC0• Different formats: e.g. OGV, MP4, WEBM (hi + lo)• More info: www.opencultuurdata.nl => datasetsContact personMaarten Brinkerink - mbrinkerink@beeldengeluid.nl - @mbrinkerink (Twitter)
  • THE NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE FOR SOUND & VISION: WIKI• 12.000 photos and >1000 lemma’s about the collections of Sound and Vision• Metadata photos: title, description• Height, width, mime type• Lemma’s: Persons, Productions, Genres, Decennia, Topics metadata e.g.: title, description, date, genre, length, media• MediaWiki API: XML (max. 500 records)• License photos and data: CC-BY-SA (few exceptions)• More info: www.opencultuurdata.nl => datasetsContact personCarlien Booij - cbooij@beeldengeluid.nl
  • EYE: DUTCH FEATURE FILMProvider EYE Film Institute NetherlandsDataset Dutch feature films 1912-1940Format ODS-fileContaining Title, summaryand metadata filmsMore information http://www.eyefilm.nl/opendataContact personIrene Haan - irenehaan@eyefilm.nltitel | samenvatting | regisseur | productiejaar| premièredatum | productie-maatschappij | categorie | acteur |producent | distributeur (oorspronkelijk) | vertoningstheater | buitenlandse titels | alternatieve titel | kleur |bron | originele lengte | geluid | camera | decor | montage | componist | formaat | scenarioschrijver | taal |speelduur | keuringslengte | keuringsdatum | akten | geografische namen | genre
  • VISSERIJMUSEUM ZOUTKAMP: MARITIME DATA• 562 collection-objects Visserijmuseum Zoutkamp (part of Maritime Digital)• Ship models, engines, fishing gear, dredged materials, …• Metadata (CC0): creator, title, description, image, keyword• Images (CC BY): low resolution, JPG• Adlib API• Datablog: http://www.opencultuurdata.nl/wiki/maritiem-digitaalContact personWilly Bakker - Twitter: @Visserijmuseum - E-mail: willy@visserijmuseum.com
  • RIJKSMUSEUM API: 19 TH . CENTURY MASTER PAINTERSwww.rijksmuseum.nl/API 111.000 objects including The Night Watch!Paintings, prints of the great masters of the Golden Age to Medieval Biblical anonymous paintings, ceramics, furniture, silverware and dollhouses miniatures etc.Object scriptions: Dublin CoreImages: JPEGLicense: CC0Contact persons:Lizzy Jongma & Inge Giesbersapi@rijksmuseum.nl
  • AB-C MEDIA: DUTCH NATIONAL MONUMENTS• Sources: – National Monuments Dataset – Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed – Wikipedia: lists with and articles about Dutch national monuments – Wikimedia Commons: photos of national monuments, incl. Wiki Loves Monuments – Text books series ‘Monumenten in Nederland’, per section matched with address – Image bank Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed – Other examples via erfgoed.mobi• http://api.rijksmonumenten.infoContact personArjan den Boer (ab-c media) - @arjandenboer (Twitter)
  • AMSTERDAM MUSEUM: COLLECTION DATA• More than 70.000 objects paintings, drawings, prints, medals, statues, pictures, silver, furniture, books, costumes, textiles, clocks, ceramics, furniture etc.• Metadata and images• Dynamic dataset (weekly update)• Three points of access: • Adlib API (XML output) • OAI-PMH (XML, Dublin Core) • Linked Open Data (RDF, EDM)• www.amsterdammuseum.nl/open-dataContact personJudith van Gent - j.vangent@amsterdammuseum.nl
  • FASHION COLLECTIOS OF 3 MUSEUMSCentral Museum: 8.500 records, 650 images•XML•4th century until nowFries Museum: 17.000 records, 2.100 images•XML•1750-1950Amsterdam Museum: 5.500 records• Adlib API•17th century unil nowMore information: www.opencultuurdata.nl/datasets
  • NIOD: IMAGE BANK WWII• NIOD Instituut voor Oorlogs-, Holocaust- en Genocidestudies and 30 other heritage institutions with pecial WWII-collections• 100.000+ records (metadata)• OAI-PMH• CC0• More information: http://www.opencultuurdata.nl/wiki/niod-instituut-voor- oorlogs-holocaust-en-genocidestudies/Contact personEdwin Klijn - e.klijn@niod.knaw.nl
  • REGIONAAL ARCHIEF LEIDEN: WWII IMAGE BANK• Dataset of more than 6.000 records with multiple images• Photos – illegal press – forgeries - diaries etc.• Collective story of the city of Leiden in WWII• Complementary to the WWII dataset of NIOD• Metadata CC-0 – Content CC-BY-SAAccess via open search apihttp://www.archiefleiden.nl/api/opensearch/description-documentDataformaat: xmlContact personWalther Hasselo - w.hasselo@leiden.nl
  • NATIONAAL COMITÉ: WAR MONUMENTS• Database war monuments• Information, background history and photos of more than 3.500 monuments• Metadata available under CC0• Xml datadump available via: http://www.4en5mei.nl/herinneren/oorlogsmonumenten/achtergronden/xml_ oorlogsmonumenten/Contact personRutger van Krieken - Rutger.Krieken@4en5mei.nl
  • REGIONAAL ARCHIEF NIJMEGEN: LIBERATORS BEFORE THE CAMERA LENS• 684 portrait pictures of the allies who liberated the city of Nijmegen• 1944-1954• Creative Commons – BY-SA• Images: JPEG• Flickr APIMore info:Datablog Open Cultuur DataWeblog Huis van de Nijmeegse geschiedeniswww.flickr.com/regionaalarchiefnijmegenContact person:Wouter Daemen - w.daemen@nijmegen.nl - @wouterdaemen (Twitter)
  • NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF THE NETHERLANDS: ANEFO COLLECTIE PERSFOTO’S• Photo archive of 140.000 images of press agency Anefo (1959 - 1989)• Cross-section of Dutch social, political and cultural life• Accessible via date, keyword and description• Black/white photos• Datadump (OAI-PMH) in XML• Download via www.gahetna.nl/opendata• JPEG (1280 x 1280)• Images under CC-BY-SA• Metadata under CC0Contact personTim de Haan - tim.de.haan@nationaalarchief.nl - @timmietovenaar (Twitter)
  • NATIONAL ARCHIVE OF THE NETHERLANDS: HISTORISCAL MAPS• 4. VEL Collection Foreign Maps Leupe, 16th – 19th century• 2832 inventory numbers – EAD – XML – Description – Period – ‘Location• 477 maps – OAI-PMH – Scans (JPEG) – Description – Period – ‘Location’Contact personTim de Haan - tim.de.haan@nationaalarchief.nl - @timmietovenaar (Twitter)
  • ARCHIEF EEMLAND: HISTORICAL MAPS• Collection of 2.000 maps and design drawings (1553 ca.-1985)• Municipal archives Amersfoort, Baarn, Leusden, Eemnes, Renswoude, waterschap Vallei en Eem• Open Search API: http://gam.pictura-dp.nl/api/opensearch/description- document• Dublin Core for metadata• Different sizes: 150x150, 500x500, 1500x1500• Content: CC-BY-SA• Metadata: CC0More info:www.opencultuurdata.nl/wiki/archief-eemland-2Contact person:Tessa van Santen - archiefeemland@amersfoort.nl
  • GROENE HART ARCHIEVEN: HISTORICAL MAPS• Collection of maps and plans (before 1800) of the city of Gouda and surroundings• Regional archives Midden-Holland (Gouda), Rijnlands-Midden (Alphen a/d Rijn)• Txt and csv files for download, 300 dpi• Ca. 1500 map descriptions (metadata), CC0• Ca. 80 images (content) in Public DomainMore informationwww.opencultuurdata.nl/wiki/groene-hart-archieven-historische-kaartenContact personTom Kuipers - t.kuipers@groenehartarchieven.nl
  • ARTS HOLLAND: TOERISM DATA• Waag Society, Nederlands Uitburo, Dutch Board of Tourism & Conventions• NUB-data: 100.000 cultural events in 45 genres, 1400 locations (CC0)• API key at http://dev.artsholland.com
  • BENEFITS OF OPEN CULTURE DATA• Public mission• Data enrichment• Increasing relevance• Increasing channels to end users• Brand value• Specific funding oppurtunities• Discoverability• New customers/ users• Building expertise• Desired spill-over effects/ creating new businessSource: Verwayen, Arnoldus & Kaufman 2011. The Problem of the Yellow Milkmaid. Europeana White Paper no. 2.
  • Open Images is an open media platformthat offers online access to audiovisualarchive material to stimulate creativereuse.Built by Sound and Vision & Knowledgeland butdesigned for participation by others.
  • Allowing (creative) reuse• CC-BY-SA as preferred license• 3,000 items from our ‘own’ collection• Currently more than 2,000 items available• ‘Internet quality’ 8
  • Some numbers:Estimated length of entire S&V archive: 800,000 hEstimated length of ‘our’ newsreel collection: 500 hEstimated length of material in Open Images: 55 hSo currently 11% of ‘our’ newsreel collection isopen through Open Images and 0,007% of ourentire archive. 26-09-12
  • • With about 1,500 items on Wikimedia Commons, more than 500Dutch Wikipedia articles are using Open Images material• But it is also being used on about 700 Wikipedia articles in 63different languages• All together these articles received more than 2,5 million viewson average each month• Total viewed articles in 2011 about 15,5 million, already 20,8in 2012• The majority of views have shifted from the Dutch Wikipedia tothe English Wikipedia
  • THANKS!Start your own open culture data network!www.opencultuurdata.nlmbrinkerink@beeldengeluid.nl@OpenCultuurData#opencultuurdata