Work Package 4 (Month 6-11 Review)


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  • In what follows I will look at the three main areas of work that currently going on in DM2ERoughly speaking these break up as follows
  • In what follows I will look at the three main areas of work that currently going on in DM2ERoughly speaking these break up as follows
  • 1000 participants – keynote address followed by a video announcement by NeelieKroes
  • UK’s leading and most popular technology blog and newspaperDM2E gets a venerable mention
  • Addressed all three
  • Society for Swedish Lit in Finland
  • Dalit from Creative Commons presentingIn what follows I will look at the three main areas of work that currently going on in DM2ERoughly speaking these break up as followsChristian also ran a hands-on demo session with PunditAnd DM2E was dicussed and presented at length at the Digital Humanities sessions there
  • Net7 – EdgeMaps integration, newly launched Europeana API plug-in and integration, BibServer integration
  • Organised in collaboration with DARIAH and KCL DH departmentAs many of you know DARIAH had their VCC meeting this week, DM2E is being held up as one of they key projects as part of that network and we hope to run a series of hackdays and code sprints next year in collarbaortion with them, embedding DM2E in the wider DH context
  • 400 hits a dayOver 300 followers and growingPlans in the pipe-line for a printed OpenGLAM handbook communicating a high level vision of the value of openness in the cultural heritage sector from high-profile contributors as well practical adviceOpenGLAM on panel at SXSW in Austin Texas in March next yearPlans afoot to start a US branch of the operation with a big kick off event in collabroariton with the DPLA in the States
  • In what follows I will look at the three main areas of work that currently going on in DM2ERoughly speaking these break up as follows
  • List of external conferencesIs there anything missing?DH conference in Hamburg missingDH 2013LODLAM Challenge in Canada – DM2E team will be entering
  • Refine focus: who should attendDH community and
  • Please RT everything and make sure you’re following!
  • Attend Skype callsBe vocal on your mailing listsNext one in January
  • Work Package 4 (Month 6-11 Review)

    1. 1. @DM2Europeana #DM2E Work Package 4 August-December 2012 Sam Leon (Open Knowledge Foundation)29th November 2012
    2. 2. Deliverables29th November 2012
    3. 3. 29th November 2012
    4. 4. Tasks29th November 2012
    5. 5. Task 4.1 “Strengthen and expand the community around Europeana.”29th November 2012
    6. 6. Europeana CC-0 Announcement29th November 2012
    7. 7. Guardian Data Blog29th November 2012
    8. 8. Task 4.2 “Series of hands on workshops (1) Demonstration and training with DM2E tools (2) Best practices in legal and technical aspects of opening up metadata (3) coding sprints”29th November 2012
    9. 9. OpenGLAM Workshop, Finland29th November 2012
    10. 10. OpenGLAM Workshop, Israel29th November 2012
    11. 11. OKFest Hackday29th November 2012
    12. 12. Open Humanities Hack29th November 2012
    13. 13. Task 4.4 “Building a network of open metadata evangelists… to encourage cultural heritage organisations across Europe: (i) to openly license their metadata and (ii) to work with Europeana community to use tools developed in29th November 2012
    14. 14. OpenGLAM.org29th November 2012
    15. 15. Task 4.6 “Engagement with users in teaching and research in the humanities.”29th November 2012
    16. 16. Conference Country Date Who?Semantics and the Web France 20th April 2012 Stefan GradmannJudaica Europeana Session Israel 3rd June 2012 Dov WinerSemantic Media Web Workshop Germany 22nd October 2012 Kai EckertLeipzig eHumanities Seminar Germany 7th November 2012 Stefan GradmannMinerva Israel Digital Humanities Track Jerusalem 13th November 2012 Sam LeonSemantic Web in Libraries Germany 26th November 2012 Kai EckertConference of the European Society for TextualScholarship Holland 24th November 2012 Simone FondaEverything is on the Move: The Mamluk Empireas a Node in (Trans-) Regional Networks Germany December 2012 Klaus Thöden 29th November 2012
    17. 17. DM2E Open Humanities Awards• The Open Humanities Awards will support exemplary contributions to humanities scholarship that incorporate open source tools to augment interpretation or argument.• Two rounds of projects (2013 and 2014)• Awards will be advertised via DARIAH, Open Knowledge Foundation lists, Europeana and in Digital Humanities Departments across Europe.• First project will commence in or after February 2013 and be finished by August 2013 in time to present findings at OKFestival 2013 in Geneva.• 2-5 successful projects will be funded in each round with €15,000 worth of prizes on offer.• All winners will be expected to produce regular blog updates about their projects and to present their findings at OKFestival 2013 in Geneva.29th November 2012
    18. 18. DM2E Event at British Library • Large-scale event at the British Library in June 2013 bringing together cultural heritage professionals and Digital Humanists • Hands-on training with DM2E tools. • High-level talks on the overall vision of the project and the possibility of Linked Data technologies for the humanities.29th November 2012
    19. 19. Online Communication29th November 2012
    20. 20. Twitter29th November 2012
    21. 21. Newsletter • Joris collecting information from each Work Package via Skype calls prior to sending out • Information collated from Work Package mailing lists • Circulated via public DM2E mailing lists and Europeana mailing lists29th November 2012
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