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Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world
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Europeana: Europe's flagship web portal, making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world

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Martin Gordon, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg …

Martin Gordon, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg
IASA Annual Conference, Athens, 20-25 September 2009

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  • 1. Europeana is Europe’s flagship web portal, making Europe’s cultural heritage accessible to the world. co-funded by the European Commission
  • 2. Overview… • What is Europeana? • Background to EU funding – what is covers, reason for europeana – • Which content is Europeana seeking Google-action. Digital lilbraries / web to present? portal • What is the IPR position? • the portal which delivers access to Europe’s cultural and scientific • What are the benefits of allowing heritage access to my content? • delivers services - licensing of • Is there funding? copyright materials, e-books-on- demand, multilingual searching, hand- • How does a content owner proceed? held devices • Brief overview of the DISMARC • presents existing digital content in new platform context – i.e. semantic tagging (covered by other speakers) • EuropeanaConnect -relationship to Europeana - focus on the Audio Aggregation WP
  • 3. Overview… • What is Europeana? • the portal which delivers access to • Which content is Europeana seeking Europe’s cultural and scientific to present? heritage • What is the IPR position? • delivers services - licensing of • What are the benefits of allowing copyright materials, e-books-on- access to my content? demand, multilingual searching, hand-held devices • Is there funding? • presents existing digital content in • How does a content owner proceed? new context – i.e. semantic • Brief overview of the DISMARC tagging (covered by other platform speakers) • EuropeanaConnect -relationship to Europeana - focus on the Audio Aggregation WP
  • 4. Overview… • What is Europeana? • cultural heritage material • What kind of audio content is • European-owned Europeana seeking to present? • music audio, music-related audio • What is the IPR position? and non-audio artefacts • What are the benefits of allowing • thematic approach access to my content? • Is there funding? • How does a content owner proceed? • Brief overview of the DISMARC platform
  • 5. Overview… • What is Europeana? • content should be either in public • Which content is Europeana domain, wholly owned or used seeking to present? under a self-determined Creative • What is the IPR position? Commons license http://creativecommons.org/ • What are the benefits of allowing access to my content? • ownership remains with original owner • Is there funding? • Europeana will offer online tools • How does a content owner and licenses proceed? • www.dismarc.eu/resources/ • Brief overview of the DISMARC pdf/Dismarc_Guide_to_Copyright_ platform for_Archives.pdf • 30 second extracts rather than original objects
  • 6. Overview… • What is Europeana? • increased exposure of content, • Which content is Europeana enhanced networking possibilities, seeking to present? increased national & international • What is the IPR position? funding opportunities • What are the benefits of allowing access to my content? • online, customisable archive at no • Is there funding? cost • How does a content owner proceed? • Brief overview of the DISMARC platform
  • 7. Overview… • What is Europeana? • no funds available to cover costs, • Which content is Europeana possible financial assistance to seeking to present? cover preparatory work • What is the IPR position? • other current EU digitisation • What are the benefits of allowing initiatives - access to my content? http://www.europeanaconnect.eu/r elated-projects.php • Is there funding? • How does a content owner proceed? • Brief overview of the DISMARC platform
  • 8. Overview… • What is Europeana? • Step 1: Send test data • Which content is Europeana seeking to present? • IPR issues? • What are the benefits of allowing access to my content? • Is there funding? • How does a content owner proceed? • Brief overview of the DISMARC platform
  • 9. Overview… • What is Europeana? • Step 2: • Which content is Europeana Data from various sources need to seeking to present? be mapped to a common metadata • IPR issues? profile • What are the benefits of allowing access to my content? ESE v3.2 • Is there funding? (Europeana Semantic Elements) • How does a content owner proceed? • Brief overview of the DISMARC platform
  • 10. Overview… • What is Europeana? • Step 3: • Which content is Europeana Enter collection description seeking to present? • IPR issues? • Step 4: • What are the benefits of allowing Evaluate test import at access to my content? the Test portal • Is there funding? • How does a content owner • Step 5: proceed? Inform on classifications/word lists • Brief overview of the DISMARC used – crosswalk to Europeana platform vocabularies/themes (together with the WP6 team)
  • 11. Overview… • What is Europeana? • Step 6: • Which content is Europeana If no own audio server > then seeking to present? upload/send audio files • IPR issues? • What are the benefits of allowing • Step 7: access to my content? Data is imported to • Is there funding? audio aggregation platform • How does a content owner proceed? • Step 8: • Brief overview of the DISMARC Information on update procedure platform (FTP, Email, OAI etc.) • Step 9: Data is harvested by Europeana
  • 12. Mapping concept and technologies Presentation Multimedia Tag Clouds Viewer Application MDM Lucene IDX Harvest & Indexation Duraspace Audio Aggregation Platform Fedora EC2/S3 Commons Normalisation SKOS Vocabulary & Enrichment Enrichment Native Metadata
  • 13. Overview… www.dismarc.eu • What is Europeana? • Which content is Europeana seeking to present? • IPR issues? • What are the benefits of allowing access to my content? • Is there funding? • How does a content owner proceed? • Brief overview of the DISMARC platform
  • 14. Europeana Network OAI: www.openarchives.org Europeana Harvester Search User Metadata OAI OAI Audio Digital Objects Aggregation (Audios) www.dismarc- audio.org Provider Other Providers OAI Harvester FTP FTP, EMail Subproviders
  • 15. Contact details… General: audio@europeanaconnect.eu Technical issues - Gerda Koch - email: kochg@ait.co.at Administration issues - Martin Gordon - email: martin.gordon@rbb- online.de Europeana press office - Jon Purday - email: jonathan.purday@kb.nl LINKS: www.europeana.eu - home of the European digital library www.europeanaconnect.eu - EuropeanaConnect project website www.dismarc.eu - aggregation/content management platform www.dismarc.org/info - info about the aggregation platform
  • 16. co-funded by the European Commission

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