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    • EWIL third meeting15th – 16th September 2011, Drammen, Norway Enclos Saint-Césaire – Impasse des Mourges 13200 Arles France Tel. +33 (0)4-9049-9989 info@ccl-fr.org www.ccl-fr.org
    •  Presentation of the CCL and its specificities Projects and ICT tools developed by the CCL Links to the questionnaire results
    • Presentation of the CCLand its specificities CCL is a non-governmental organisation, founded in Arles in 1993 to develop actions both at national and international levels in the field of documentary heritage preservation and management : collections of books, manuscripts, archives, photographs and graphic works. Its services include lifelong training, expertise and technical advice, documentation and multidisciplinary cooperations.
    • Four main fields of action Conservation and restoration of rare and ancient documents Digitization and digital library management International actions of cooperation publishing projects
    • Conservation and restoration of rare and ancientdocuments  The CCLs mission is to restore manuscripts, old books and graphic material. Specializing in the treatment of parchment, paper, leather and wood restorers CCL master the traditional techniques as well as the most modern techniques.  Each book restoration is the subject of the production of detailed documentation in order to keep the testimony of the processing done during the restoration: date and place of treatment, photos and descriptions before and after restoration, list of materials used, etc. .
    • Conservation and restoration of rare and ancientdocumentsTRAINING CCL offers training in France and abroad. The association is an international center for meetings and exchanges between librarians, archivists, museum curators and conservators. Professionals and recent graduates wishing to develop and adapt to the emergence of new professions and skills could attend specialized training courses  document conservation  treatment of biological damage  disaster planning  patrimonial collections management  use of new technologies, such as digitisation, for preservation and wider public dissemination of collections contents.
    • Conservation and restoration of rare and ancientdocumentsEXPERTISE CCL’s services are frequently requested by professionals from libraries, archives and museums for on-site expert consultations in Europe and abroad by the UNESCO, the UE, the French Foreign Affairs Ministry, the French Culture and Communication Ministry… Recents expertises have be done for :  Library of Charfet (2010-2011)  National Archive of Yemen (2009)  CITE in Madagascar (2008)  Khalidi Library in Jerusalem (2007)  County Council of la Reunion (2005-2006)  And many others regional libraries and archives…
    • Digitization and digital library managementAccess to collections anddocuments is anessential element in theenhancement ofheritage. Indeed, it is notpossible to preservedocument withoutallowing citizens toaccess them.
    • Digitization and digital library management In 2010, the CCL launched its collective and patrimonial digital library: e-corpus www.e-corpus.org E-corpus indicates, identifies, disseminates and provides access to tens of thousands of objects and documents belonging mainly to the writing and linguistic heritage (manuscripts, archives, books, newspapers), as well as iconographical heritage and other cultural objects (photographs, prints, sound recordings, videos, artwork).
    • International actions of cooperation The CCL manages several international cooperation projects in the fields of preventive conservation, heritage enhancement, management of natural disasters, digitization of collections, trafficking in cultural objects and language preservation (Manumed, Studite, Chindeu, Eurindia, Aristhot ...) in the context of close relationships with various international organizations such as the Library of Alexandria (Egypt), the Aga Khan Museum (Switzerland) or the Sakip Sabanci Museum (Turkey).
    • publishing projects CCL publishes or coordinates books on conservation, preservation and restoration, catalogues of manuscripts, surveys of collections and Art books on written heritage. The CCL is also director of a collection called “Kitab Tabulae”. This collection is specialized in the domains of books, archives and libraries in particular in the Mediterranean space but also all over the world.Last publications :
    • Projects and ICT toolsdeveloped by the CCL The CCL has developed during various projects tools based on ICT to train professionals of library and raise awareness of the public on issues of heritage preservation  A digital library: e-corpus  Project of e-learning tool about book bindings restoration  A video game to raise awareness of young people This are few example on how connect cultural content to an ICT tool …
    • A digital library: e-corpus e-corpus is a collective digital library that catalogs and disseminates numerous documents: manuscripts, archives, books, journals, prints, audio recordings, video, etc. This diverse platform presents cultural diversity worldwide and specifically in the Euro-Mediterranean region. e-corpus proposes a variety of themes and a large quantity of digital documents presented by numerous organizations and countries. Based on cutting edge technologies, e-corpus offers a simple and direct public access to a rich collection of resources.Principal figures : 2 000 000 document corresponding to approximately 100 000 notices will be available in e-corpus by the end of 2011 180 000 visits since the creation of the platform. 357 952 researches made by the Internet users 39 virtual collections and 25 available dedicated sites An average of 490 visitors per day in 2011
    • A digital library: e-corpus Today, e-corpus includes more than 250 institutions from 26 countries contributors. This platform allows to move to a collaborative form of publication in which any collection can be enhanced by a dedicated website with a web address different from the database e-corpus. This may include: • Thematic sites, involving several institutions and several collections around the same subject, as the digital library on the history of photographic techniques: Camera Obscura (www.camera-obscura.org) • Sites of organizations (e.g. Libraries) convinced of the advantages of a local cooperation between institutions • Virtual Collections grouping documents of common interest around the same topic.
    •  www.e-corpus.org www.camera-obscura.com http://data.manumed.org
    • Project of e-learning tool about book bindings In the framework of a new project launch in may 2011, we are developing an e-learning tool about Byzantine book bindings. Architecture:  Short introduction about the Byzantine period in general and more specifically (and detailed) about the Byzantine Binding and influences in other Cultures (Text + Pictures)  Videos about the structure and how to realize a binding with the B techniques, step by step (video + text + schema)  Presentation of the tool used with an interactive design  Traditional Atelier - Modern Binding inspire by old Byzantine techniques  Didactic video game: "Build" a B binding with interactive elements
    • Project of e-learning tool about book bindings  http://advancedelearning.com/studite/?p=2
    • A video game This game will appear under the shape of a succession of enigma to be resolved in which the player will be the hero of the story. The player can investigate the mysterious universe of libraries and manuscripts. While he will discover new intrigues and new indications, he will have to make everything to discover an old secret of some century. Stakes  Raise awareness of young people about the written heritage through these two phases.  Propose the game as an educational tool and not as a simple entertainment, the stake being to remain playful!
    • A video game The game will take the shape of a succession of enigma which the player will have to resolve one by one. The resolution of the enigma must be made by means of teaching aid, educational tools and watch to increase awareness of the target public about the heritage. Link to Enigma Educational documentation tool / website
    • A video gameStakes Problems which my Solutions appear • Hang on young • A very good • The links with the people by a playful communication project virtual approach while must be realized to library will watching to give facilitate the facilitate the information about diffusion of the knowledge of the written heritage game written heritage and it preservation • The problems of • The software • Emphasize on the internet developed for the educational aspect connections game will not "be of the game according to places heavy" and will be must be taken into available wherever account you are • The game will be created on an evolutionary basis to allow the consideration of the user remarks
    • A video game
    • A video game
    • Links to the questionnaire results Which of the following cultural topics seems more interesting to you? About 50% of the woman (+35) choose the answer “books, literature”  Photography: 15%  History : 15%  Heritage preservation: 12%  Restauration d’objets culturels : 8%
    • Links to the questionnaire results Literature does not form part of the skill areas of the CCL. However, through its network of libraries, the CCL can find great sources and relay of information. The CCL will also develop during the year 2012 a the specific project about the famous French writer, Jean Jacques Rousseau. A digital library will be created for this occasion.
    • Links to the questionnaire results Which of the following tools and methods would you prefer to use during your own learning?  Printed material: 75% positive answers (very happy/happy to use)  In-person mentoring /tutoring: + 65%  Personal consultation in a small-group: 65%  Simulation: 60%  Cours vidéo: 60%  Online assessment & testing: 55% The e-learning tool we are developing for the project STUDITE has similarities with the expectations of the target. This materials could be use as a basis for future EWIL e-learning tool which will be added / changed some elements in order to better meet the expectations expressed in the questionnaire results
    • CENTRE DE CONSERVATION DU LIVREEnclos Saint-CésaireImpasse des Mourges13200 ARLES - FranceTel : (33) 4 90 49 99 89Fax : (33) 4 90 49 66 11info@ccl-fr.orgwww.ccl-fr.org .