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Work Package 4 - Month 6 by Sam Leon

Work Package 4 - Month 6 by Sam Leon






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    Work Package 4 - Month 6 by Sam Leon Work Package 4 - Month 6 by Sam Leon Presentation Transcript

    • Work Package 4: Community and Dissemination The Open Knowledge Foundation (Lead)
    • Objectives of Work Package1. Catalyse an active, diverse and well connected community of content holders, metadata experts, technologists and others around Europeana - strengthening existing networks and engaging new stakeholders2. Enable and encourage content holders to contribute new material to Europeana through a series of hands-on workshops and community documentation on DM2E tools and workflows3. Identify and support a network of open metadata evangelists who will help to raise awareness of legal and technical best practices in a variety of different domains4. Facilitate conversation and collaboration between technologists in the Europeana community and end users in teaching and research - particularly in the humanities - with a series of events, online activities and a contest.
    • Target audiences & communities Three main target communities for the work done under DM2E: • The European cultural heritage sector • Open data in cultural heritage initiatives (Europeana, Wikimedia, Creative Commons) • The Digital Humanities communityInternal audiences Media General audiences and communities• Consortium members • High profile technology• The wider Europeana blogs e.g. Guardian Data • Technology experts project community Blog, • Related industry• Other ICT-PSP project • Digital Humanities websites members and news forums e.g. • National press print and online
    • http://dm2e.eu
    • http://dm2e.eu• Project blog• Information about project: Objectives, Work Package descriptions, Partners, Advisory Board• Calendar of DH and cultural heritage events• Newsletter sign up (to come)• Links to Open GLAM
    • http://openglam.org
    • http://openglam.org• Guest blog posts from members Digital Humanities projects (e.g. Mapping the Republic of Letters) and open cultural heritage initiatives (e.g. Wikipedian in Residence Scheme, Hack4Europe)• Workshop and event write-ups• Documentation
    • Twitter
    • Europeana Community• Presenting the project at relevant Europeana Events (Europeana Plenary last week)• Inviting Europeana speakers to relevant Open GLAM/DM2E workshops (e.g. Paul Keller at Berlin event in April)• Featuring DM2E on relevant Europeana websites and using Europeana press channels• Involvement in Hack4Europe
    • pro.europeana.eu/projects
    • Workshops and Events• Best practices in legal and technical aspects of opening up metadata• Coding sprints• The project at outside events
    • Workshops/Coding SprintsDate Location Type Partners20/04/2012 Berlin Legal Workshop WM, CC, Europeana, Staatsbibliothek27/04/2011 Paris Legal Workshop WM, CC13/06/2012 London Technical Workshop DevCSI, Open Biblio, Net7, British Library, Cambridge University Library13-14/06/2012 London Bibliohack Net7
    • Open GLAM Evangelism• Engagement with British Library (UK), Cambridge University Library (UK), Stiftung Preusischer Kulturbesitz (DE), National Library of Scotland (UK) & many smaller institutions• Wikimedia (DE, UK, SE)• Creative Commons• Open Culture Data (NL)• Several Europeana projects (Awareness, Open Up!, Assets)
    • Digital Humanities• Featuring guest blog posts from Digital Humanities projects on website• Engagement with TEXTUS project• DHAB meeting last week – planning going forward• Much more engagement in coming months now Net7 prototype has stabilized, discuss more tomorrow
    • Deliverables