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A presentation for the Finnish Digital Library and the Finnish libraries, archives, museums sector on the current and potential use of the Europeana API.

A presentation for the Finnish Digital Library and the Finnish libraries, archives, museums sector on the current and potential use of the Europeana API.

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  • 1. The Europeana API and othertechnical interfacesThe potential of Europeana as an OpenPlatform and node in a EuropeanInformation Space.More on our Search API:http://www.version1.europeana.eu/web/api/More on our Linked Open Data pilot:http://data.europeana.eu David Haskiya, Europeana Helsinki, November 11, 2011
  • 2. Present and planned technical interfaces Europeana Search API Europeana API programming libraries and CMS-modules Europeana Linked Open Data pilot Europeana RDF data dumps Europeana OAI-PMH server Europeana sitemap/browse all for SEO Europeana widgets
  • 3. What we haveSome examples that may serve as aninspiration on how the Europeana SearchAPI could be used by the Finnish DigitalLibrary and your partner organisations.
  • 4. Kringla, the Swedish national museum portalwww.kringla.nu
  • 5. The CERL Thesaurus cerl.thesaurus.org
  • 6. The Polish Federated Digital Libraries http://fbc.pionier.net .pl/owoc/main
  • 7. What we could haveSome of the prototypes and potential API-clients we’ve had to say no to.
  • 8. Artfinder, a site to engage with art and other art afficionados
  • 9. INA.fr – the French national audio-visual archives
  • 10. Wikipedia & Wikimedia Commons - the world’s largest online encyclopedia
  • 11. Hack4Europe winner of the Commercial Potential Award: Art4Europe
  • 12. Hack4Europe winner of the Inclusion Award: Casual Curator
  • 13. Hack4Europe winner of the Innovation Award: TimeMash
  • 14. Culture, Creativity, Growth and Open Data Without an Open Data license we can’t move beyond prototype with any of the examples listed! Culture: Open Data will allow more people to access and engage with cultural content Creativity: Open Data, allowing re-mix and re-use, will fuel creativity and engagement Growth: Open Data, allowing anyone to develop services, will lead to economic growth and increased demand for what GLAMs can offer
  • 15. Europeana as a platformand network of dataEuropeana and our GLAM-partners cannotreach our goals by being destination sitesonly. To reach out to and engage with userswe need become a network of data, aEuropean Information Space.
  • 16. Social platforms& networks Co ps ing ap m g m log er l b cia ona s +1 ls rs rm ite Pe atfo tumblr Apps s& pl Facebook m ob t wp.com ile Artfinder General Search EnginesNational repositories & SOCH e Google SEO FNDL SEOportals cro Wiki The DPLA W ls w orta dso media DISMARC ? p ur nal ced tio re rna os p Inte itor Thematic repositories & portals ies
  • 17. Social platforms& networks Co ps g ap m gin m log er b cia l na s +1 ls o rs rm ite Pe atfo tumblr Apps s& pl Facebook m ob t wp.com ile Artfinder General Search EnginesNational repositories & SOCH Google e SEO FNDL SEOportals cro Wiki The DPLA W ls w orta dso media DISMARC p ur nal ced tio re rna os p Inte itor Thematic repositories & portals ies
  • 18. That was it! Questions?Please contact me if you want to knowmore or use our API! Email: david.haskiya@kb.nl Twitter: @david.haskiya