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Europeana, Looking towards the Future

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General overview with a specific focus on our plans for content re-use, contextualisation and User Generated Content.

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  • This is how it started… And where we are now (in numbers).
  • This is what the end-users want.
  • Focus will shift from quantity to quality!!!
  • Europeana will become part of the Linked Open Data cloud. Allowing others to enrich their data with our data and allowing our data to be enriched by the data of others!!!
  • A new role for Europeana from 2011 will be to re-distribute metadata within the Europeana network and with select non-commercial partners. That way the content will be available on more websites maximising the chances of users finding their way to the content.
  • API-pilot. www.kringla.nu searches also Europeana via our API.
  • The Europeana group project EUScreen has developed a Wordpress plug-in that functions as a Search Widget for Europeana.
  • Jeremy Ottevanger of the Imperial War Museum has developed the “Cultural enrichment mashificator”. It uses a semantic engine to extract named entities (persons.places) and subjects and then sends those as queries to Europeana and various other APIs. The reasults are displayed in a slide-show.
  • Europeana partners who don’t have the resources to custom integrate Europeana features or content into their own services can easily configure and create a Europeana search widget which they can include on their own site. This will allow their users to directly search Europeana from the Europeana partner’s site. If all 1500 Europeana data providers link to Europeana and through Europeana to each other it will raise traffic and increase SEO for everyone!!! Requirement: http://europeanalabs.eu/wiki/SpecificationsDanubeSearchWidget
  • Europeana source code is open.
  • We encourage clear licensing, open access, open data and a vigorous Public Domain.
  • A Europeana Licensing Framweork has been developed and is being implemented. Together with Creative Commons we have developed the Public Domain Mark.
  • Through the facilitation of Europeana The Great War Archive will be extended to collect also information from Germany and France. All content will find its way to Europeana.
  • Through virtual exhibitions physically separated items can be presented together. Unlike the Europeana portal exhibited items include full digital objects (images, audio, video, texts). Europeana is interested to work with partners to co-create and co-curate exhibitions!!!

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  • Europeana, looking towards the future David Haskiya, Europeana
  • 2010 2008 prototype operational service
    • 1 3 million objects
    • 28 data aggregators
    • 1500 participating institutions
    • 200 partners
    • 35 FTE’s
    • 21 projects
    • 1 million visits in 2010
    • 30,000 My Europeana signee
    • Stable portal
    • Open Source Code
    • EuropeanaLabs
    • Public Domain Charter
  • WHERE D O W E GO NOW?
    • End users are evolving from passive consumers into active participants.
    • They expect content to be free and easily accessible through the channels they are used to work with.
    CUSTOMER NEEDS
  • AGGREGATE DISTRIBUTE FACILITATE ENGAGE Follow Four paths 1 3 4 2
  • Persistent identifiers 1.AGGREGATE source curated content Linked data Multilinguality Data enrichment 5 1 2 3 4 Build the open trusted source for European digital cultural material
  • 14 million objects 18-20 th Century Dominance Books, Articles, Postcards, Folklore objects, Photography, Art
  • LOD Datasets on the Web: September 2010
    • Over 25 billion RDF triples
    • Over 395 million RDF links between data sources
  • Monitor uses & visibility 2.DISTRIBUTE Portal APIs Apps/Widgets Partnerships 5 1 2 3 4 Make this material accessible to the user wherever they are, whenever they want
  • In Kringla all searches also search Europeana!!!
  • www.euscreen.eu A Europeana WordPress widget !!!
  • http://ccgi.ottevanger.plus.com/cgi-bin/ez/index.php
  • Create a Europeana search widget and put into your own site
  • Examples (Thought lab) 3.FACILITATE Knowledge sharing (Linked data) IPR Business Models) Develop Open Source Code (Labs) Advocacy (Public Domain) 5 1 2 3 4 Facilitate innovation in the Cultural Heritage sector
  • EuropeanaLabs
  • Policy – Public Domain Public Domain Charter Public Domain Usage Guide Public Domain Mark
  • Licensing
    • Europeana Licensing Framework
    • Leader: National Library of Luxembourg ,
    • Interoperable licenses that cover rights information for objects in Europeana.
    • Public Domain Charter
    • Registries of rights information - ARROW
    • Collective Licensing Research
  • 4.ENGAGE Add UGC Experiment with Mashups Get involved in social networks Create Exhibitions Hold competitions 1 2 3 4 5 Create dialogue & participation
  • Great War Archive into mainland Europe
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  • The Europeana Exhibitions Space
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  • Follow us online: www.europeana.eu http://version1.europeana.eu/ http://www.facebook.com/Europeana http://twitter.com/europeanaEU http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=134927 David Haskiya, Europeana