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Jill Cousins

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  • # lle A re ltu Cu z Europeana & the cultural heritage ecosystem Access to Culture through the Digital Shift Ready for Tomorrow. Vilnius, 1-2 September 2013
  • “Much more than an economic alliance, Europe has to become a cultural union” Robert Schuman on the Founding of ECC, 1951
  • 5 million
  • Funding Cultural Collaboratively
  • UIM 6
  • Why is Europeana important? Impact, Impact, Impact…. Europeana supports economic growth Europeana connects Europe Europeana makes Europe’s culture available to everyone
  • Europeana supports economic growth: Creative Industries in Europe are growing fast (estimated 7% per annum) and they need fuel. Europeana provides that. To date 770 businesses, entrepreneurs, educational & cultural organisations are re-using our data in websites, apps and games.
  • Impact 1: Europeana Supports Economic Growth 9
  • Europeana connects Europe: open, democratised access to culture helps all communities across Europe to understand the past and to appreciate cross-cultural differences.
  • Impact 2: Europeana Connects Europe 1
  • Europeana makes Europe’s culture available for everyone: 29 million records under a Creative Commons Zero public domain dedication (CC0) means Europe’s heritage becomes available for re-use for everyone, young and old
  • Impact 3: Europeana makes Europe’s Culture available for everyone . 1
  • Supply/Distribution chain Content Providers Aggregator s Distributors Users Need a similar scalable setup on the distribution side. - Accessing communities of use or networks: Schoolnet, Wikipedia, & social networks (pinterest, tumbler, facebook, etc.) - Creating end-user driven sites: Europeana 1914-1918, 1989, Fashion, Research - Hosting a lab where developers, media artists and entrepreneurs can create new things from old clothes - Europeana Labs 1
  • Cu l Ins tura titu l He sam ti rit o inf e b ns s age ras ack ha r tru e ctu nd e the re ti v e rea C M GLA trie dus in s
  • Europeana Labs An innovative space for use by developers, media artists, entrepreneurs and creatives to access the content, data, tools & services of Europeana the Digital Service Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage. Launching early 2014 with a couple of pilots
  • Europeana: Serious Adventure Game – Natural History Puzzle
  • Europeana Education site on WW1
  • Eu ro pe an a La bs The Vision Library ana ope Eur Museum Europeana Digital Service infrastructure Archive .eu Europeana Fashion Eur o Res peana ear ch AV Collection Library Museum Eur ope a Archive Museum na Pro
  • lle A # ul zC re tu Twitter: JilCos following
  • Content Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
  • Content Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
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