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    • From the war to the web The Europeana 1914-1918 project Ad Pollé Future Library 2013 Unconference Session 5 Memory Athens, 10 December 2013
    • Strategic Plan 2011-2015
    • Aggregate Build the trusted source for cultural heritage
    • Distribute Make heritage available wherever users are & whenever they want it
    • Facilitate Support the cultural heritage sector through knowledge transfer, innovation & advocacy
    • Engage users in new ways with content and curators
    • What connects a life-saving Bible…
    • …a crucifix in a bottle…
    • …and a postcard?
    • Europeana 1914-1918 is a pan European engagement project concerning The First World War focusing on the human rather than the military aspects of the time
    • Europeana 1914-1918 – From concept to project  2008 - Oxford University & JISC launch the Great War Archive  2010-2011 – Europeana, DNB & Oxford University launch Erster Weltkrieg in Alltagsdokumenten  2012-2014 – Europeana launch a series of initiatives across Europe
    • January 2012 – November 2013: 37 road shows in 10 countries • Romania (Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca) • Italy (Trento, Rome, Vicenza, Pordenone) • Belgium (Ypres, Antwerp, Louvain, Hasselt, Dendermonde, etc.) • Cyprus (Nicosia) • Denmark (Sonderborg, Gentofte, Aarhus, Vejle, Copenhagen, etc.) • Ireland (Dublin, Limerick) • UK (Preston, Banbury) • Slovenia (Celje, Maribor, Nova Gorica, Ljubljana) • Luxembourg (Luxembourg) • Germany (Amberg, Bonn, Aachen, Bocum, Bremen)
    • http://centenaire.org/fr/la-grande-collecte
    • January 2012 – November 2013: 145 road shows in 12 countries • France (100+ events nation wide) • Slovakia (Bratislava, Kosice, Martin) • Romania (Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca) • Italy (Trento, Rome, Vicenza, Pordenone) • Belgium (Ypres, Antwerp, Louvain, Hasselt, Dendermonde, etc.) • Cyprus (Nicosia) • Denmark (Sonderborg, Gentofte, Aarhus, Vejle, Copenhagen, etc.) • Ireland (Dublin, Limerick) • UK (Preston, Banbury) • Slovenia (Celje, Maribor, Nova Gorica, Ljubljana) • Luxembourg (Luxembourg) • Germany (2012: Amberg; 2013: Bonn, Aachen, Bocum, Bremen)
    • Europeana 1914-1918 • 5000+ visitors • 3500+ contributors • 5000+ stories • 60.000+ files (of which 3500+ as online submissions)
    • Upcoming road shows 2014 • Germany (3rd series; Berlin (30-31 January) • • • • • • Netherlands Greece Austria Poland Portugal Hungary • Serbia? • Bosnia?
    • - posters flyers postcards banners
    • Munich and Stuttgart
    • Great Britain, Preston
    • One of the most successful road shows so far, more than 600 participants. Ireland, Dublin
    • Slovenia, Nova Gorica
    • Romania
    • PR-Campaign Europeana 1914-1918 in Germany Press launch in Berlin - A3 Posters - Folder - Postcard
    • Europeana 1914-1918 virtual exhibition: Untold stories www.exhibitions.europeana.eu
    • www.europeana1914-1918.eu
    • Online Cataloguing Form
    • Europeana 1914-1918 Related initiatives
    • Europeana Collections 1914-1918: Remembering World War 1 • a substantial collection of digitised masterpieces from the period • 10 national and state libraries in 8 countries that found themselves on different sides of the conflict More information on the project website: www.europeana-collections-1914-1918.eu
    • EFG1914: Digitising films on World War 1 • around 650 hours of films and related material on the First World War • covering newsreels, documentaries, fiction films, propaganda and anti-war films • from early 2013 on, the first films will be accessible through: www.europeanfilmgateway.eu and www.europeana.eu • special highlights will be presented in a virtual exhibition • 25 partners, including 20 film archives More information: www.project.efg1914.eu/
    • WW1 Thematic environment • Off line contributions (collection days) • Online contributions • Channels • Social media • Other
    • The Europeana 1914-1918 thematic environment • Search across project’s content • Browse and connect content (UGC + institutional content • Generate galleries • Engage in tagging opportunities • Get information: find out about events, other initiatives, virtual exhibitions • Contribute content • Help enrich metadata
    • Value of the collection • Preservation • Research potential • Education • A friendly face and a new audience for many institutions • Europe, European, Europeana
    • Issues, experiences • • • • • Monitoring Moderation Archiving Marketing Imitation
    • Thank you. Ad Pollé ad.polle@kb.nl
    • Organising a Europeana 1914 – 1918 community collection day
    • Standard set up Day 1 – Preparation / rehearsal Day 2 – Public day #1 (press) Day 3 – Public day #2 Day 4 – Wrap up & post production
    • Day 1 (preparation & rehearsal)
    • Check-in or welcome desk
    • Sufficient & clear signs
    • Digitisation room(s)
    • Flat bed scanners
    • Photo-desk
    • Professional photo set
    • Interview desks
    • Set up for interview on paper
    • Expert desk
    • Returns Desk
    • Waiting area + events
    • Days 2 and 3 (public days)
    • Briefing interviewers
    • Set up thematic info stands
    • Check-in & registration
    • Sign agreement
    • Waiting for the call for the interview
    • Interviews
    • Numbering and listing of objects
    • Recording of a story (global or per object), maybe even directly via a voice recorder
    • Objects, forms + list of objects to digitidation (who does what)
    • Scanning (takes time!)
    • Taking of pictures (much quicker)
    • 1 photo with object number, rest without
    • After digitisation back in box with forms
    • Keeping tracks of things
    • Check-out
    • To returns desk - Board and/or sms - Sign for return + proof - Postcard
    • In the mean time…
    • Identification of staff members
    • Staff • • • • • • • • • • • • • floor manager press check-in desk door man interviewers experts in & out desk digitisation digitisation scanning photography check-out desk technical support catering
    • Equipment / facilities • venue • furniture • pc’s / laptops • scanners • photography equipment • hard drives • office stuff • food & drink