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  1. Landskonferanse foto 2011 / Ålesundmaandag 23 mei 2011
  2. introductionmaandag 23 mei 2011
  3. • Thijs van Exel • Head of Communications • ‘Web head’ / amateur photographermaandag 23 mei 2011
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  10. 2005maandag 23 mei 2011
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  12. background: • 3 most important audiovisual archives contain the Dutch history in images of over 110 years • These archives represent great educational, cultural and economical value • The Cultural Council in 2005: “The council’s concern is that a irreversible process of decay will forever destroy large parts of our national memory. Only a grand-scale operation can prevent this. Amnesia is lurking.”maandag 23 mei 2011
  13. background: • 3 most important audiovisual archives contain the Dutch history in images of over 110 years • These archives represent great educational, cultural and economical value • The Cultural Council in 2005: “The council’s concern is that a irreversible process of decay will forever destroy large parts of our national memory. Only a grand-scale operation can prevent this. Amnesia is lurking.”maandag 23 mei 2011
  14. background: • 3 most important audiovisual archives contain the Dutch history in images of over 110 years • These archives represent great educational, cultural and economical value • The Cultural Council in 2005: “The council’s concern is that a irreversible process of decay will forever destroy large parts of our national memory. Only a grand-scale operation can prevent this. Amnesia is lurking.”maandag 23 mei 2011
  15. background: • 3 most important audiovisual archives contain the Dutch history in images of over 110 years • These archives represent great educational, cultural and economical value • The Cultural Council in 2005: “The council’s concern is that a irreversible process of decay will forever destroy large parts of our national memory. Only a grand-scale operation can prevent this. Amnesia is lurking.”maandag 23 mei 2011
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  18. the plan: The plan: • Conserve & Restore • Digitisation • Making available • Innovatemaandag 23 mei 2011
  19. Conserve, Restore & Digitise: • erosion, mold, ink corrosion • acetate, magnetic tape, celluloid, photo negatives: 1. selection 2. restore (when necessary) 3. digitisation: tenders 4. add metadatamaandag 23 mei 2011
  20. Making available: • Educational, cultural & economic value • New life: tv programs, creative productions, educational materials, leisure Target groups: 1. Education 2. Professionals 3. Broad audiencemaandag 23 mei 2011
  21. Innovation: • Images for the Future, because of its scale, innovates • Benefits for the entire sectormaandag 23 mei 2011
  22. + 137.200 hours of video ? 22.510 hours of film archives 123.900 hours of audio 2.9 million photosmaandag 23 mei 2011
  23. ‘making available’ Copyrights Marketing & Communicationsmaandag 23 mei 2011
  24. examplemaandag 23 mei 2011
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  26. & • Wikipedia: world’s largest ‘user driven’ encyclopedia • Wikipedia: great need for (legally usable) photographic materials • National Archive:1.193 political press photosmaandag 23 mei 2011
  27. & • donated to Wikipedia under Creative Commons license • aim: re-use of historic photo collection by ‘Wikipedians’maandag 23 mei 2011
  28. & • Usage on Wikipedia*: 51,47% • Media used in articles: 979 • Total amount of views through Wikipedia: 360.796* * after 2 monthsmaandag 23 mei 2011
  29. & • Usage on Wikipedia*: 51,47% • Media used in articles: 979 • Total amount of views through Wikipedia: 360.796* very high % of re-use * after 2 months significantly more than via own websitemaandag 23 mei 2011
  30. examples (innovation)maandag 23 mei 2011
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  32. T_Visionarium: a 3D interactive video remix • Together with broadcaster VPRO & The University of New South Wales • Collaboration: lots of footage & exposure • Launch event & panel with heritage sectormaandag 23 mei 2011
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  34. Innovators Network Heritage Sector: Reinforce the innovation power of the sector by bringing the innovators together • much need for innovation within insititutions • lack of priority, standing & resources • organised & financed by IFTF • new collaborations, sharing knowledge • finding the ‘killer app’ for heritagemaandag 23 mei 2011
  35. thank you @thijsvanexel te@kl.nlmaandag 23 mei 2011

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