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This WP aims to engage both professionals and end users in conversations around new content, functions and features. This WP implements support for the meaningful inclusion of User Generated Content …

This WP aims to engage both professionals and end users in conversations around new content, functions and features. This WP implements support for the meaningful inclusion of User Generated Content (UGC) in Europeana and of the distribution of Europeana content in external environments. Specifically, we examine the following three types of end‐user involvement:
[1] Adding context such as stories
[2] Contributing content such as photos, videos and private historical documents
[3] Collaborating with the Wikimedia community for contextualisation and user contribution

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  • List the objectives for this reporting period, what was this wp set out to do for the first period? Please try to follow the key objectives that are listed in the Progress Report (D6.1) for your WP for consistency reasons.
  • The first prototype will be ready end of February 2013 The usability tests will take place beginning of March at Europeana, SAT and the public libraries The results will be evaluated and will define the requirements for version 2 which is planned to be delivered around June-July
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  • Lessons learnt from the first Period, what went well, what could be improved, etc.
  • The GLAMwiki toolset project is a collaboration between Wikimedia Nederland, Wikimedia UK, Wikimedia France and Europeana, with the goal of providing a set of tools to get materials from GLAM institutions onto Wikimedia Commons in a way that reuse can easily be tracked, and that Commons materials can easily be integrated back into the collection of the original GLAM or even other GLAMs.
  • https://docs.google.com/a/beeldengeluid.nl/document/d/1VWVteKLHTb-Cm79RCU4YxlQN7hKcalMZheo29-RqImY/edit Are independent national organizations that are rather loosely connected with very few shared projects. There is limited experience, and a lack of best-practices, regarding the organization of IRL-events with multiple Chapters. Events are often organized in a very federate fashion (e.g. Wiki Loves Monument),      e.g. volunteers have freedom to interpret things Are volunteer driven. This mean that: (1) things sometime take more time; (2) the people      we cooperate with cannot be forced to do anything, and must like the topic that you propose. (Sadly there are few active Wikimedia volunteers that are working on art-topics); (3) they can quit whenever (e.g. if they get a new job); (4) They work with it in their spare time so it is central to be clear with what we can offer and what support we can give so that they don’t feel that it is to large commitment. To form the international team and identify what     we in the team could offer took some time. Sometimes have staff (many of them only since a few months). The staffers might not know the volunteers that well yet. In some Chapters the staff create events and invites volunteers, while in other Chapters the events must be initiated from the volunteers. However, all need to involve their volunteers at some point of the event planning. Have their budgets and priorities set every year. As we had no specific event money until 21 November it was hard to convince them to change the Chapters’ priorities to     organize WLPA - a concept they had not heard about earlier.
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    • 1. WP2 - End-user engagementJohan Oomen – Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision February 2013 – The Hague
    • 2. Videohttp://www.europeana1914-1918.eu
    • 3. Core WP2 objectivesResearch in end-user involvement that will helpdefine opportunities and challenges for Europeana Create a digital storytelling platform as a new component for the Europeana service.Launch a fixed number of thematic campaigns thateach cover a specific challenge for gathering andlinking UGC to EuropeanaEstablish close collaborations with Wikimedia
    • 4. MotivationPractices of participatory culture change the waywe interact with heritage. - What models are successful? - What role can Europeana play to foster engagment? ell brown / CC BY
    • 5. Task 2.1 Operationalise tools toenable end user contributions toEuropeana content.D2.1 User requirements and IPR implications for User Contributed Content in Europeana
    • 6. Correction Classification and and Tagging TranscriptionCollectionacquisition Co-curation Contextualisation
    • 7. UGC and Europeana• Classification and tagging • Tagging through My Europeana • Video and picture labeling games (EV2)• Contextualisation • Digital Storytelling Platform • Wikipedia editathons• Collection aquisition (gathering digital objects) • Europeana 1914-1918 • 1989 • Wiki Loves Public Art
    • 8. • 2012: design and development• Testing: March 2013 (incl. Public Libraries)• Launched as part of the 1989 campaign
    • 9. 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
    • 10. Activity in 2012: 19 family history roadshows in 7 European countries 1. Belgium (Ypres) 2. Cyprus (Nicosia) 3. Denmark (Gentofte, Aarhus, Vejle, Copenhagen, Guldborgsund, Roskilde, Herning, Sonderborg) 4. Ireland (Limerick, Dublin) 5. UK (Preston, Banbury) 6. Slovenia (Celje, Maribor, Nova Gorica) 7. Luxembourg (Luxembourg)- 2.575 vistors- 1.700 stories- 21.629 files (of which 3.663 online submissions)
    • 11. Upcoming roadshows: 2013 26 January – Paphos, Cyprus 25 February – Ljubljana, Slovenia 16 March – Trento, Italy 21 March – Dublin, Ireland 18 May – Vicenza, Italy 2013-2014 France Austria Poland Romania Slovakia Greece Serbia Portugal
    • 12. europeana1914-1918.eu Online user contributions Browsing
    • 13. Online exploration of the collection
    • 14. Europeana 1989 May 2013 international press conference and launch
    • 15. Task 2.3 Theme-based campaign connecting theEuropeana community with Wikimedia Chapters PR events Editathons Wiki Loves Public Art GLAMwiki Toolset
    • 16. Wikimedia events
    • 17. Editathons with Europeana Content
    • 18. Editathons with Europeana Content
    • 19. Editathons with Europeana Content http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Europeana_1914-1918Campaign on June 29, 2013
    • 20. Wiki Loves Public Art (May 2013)
    • 21. Lessons learned Europeana can serve as catalyst in the GLAM sector • Organise campaigns (critical mass) • Provide tools and lessons learned (blog) Significant interest from the public for ‘participatory’ projects • Participation in 1914-1918 Specificities to work with the Wikimedia Chapters • Mostly volunteer driven • Define activities autonomously
    • 22. Thank you Johan Oomenjoomen@beeldengeluid.nl