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    • Administration of Digitization Trilce Navarrete Hernández UofO 2009-11-10
      • Today:
      • Background
      • Managing digitization
        • National – Netherlands
        • Local – museums
      • Discussion
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Digital Facts
        • Project goals:
        • To develop a system that could be implemented for the s tructural g athering of digital heritage data (production output + costs).
        • To gather s tatistical d ata that would give policy makers an insight into the currently available digital heritage and the investment that has taken place.
        • Number of objects + Objects digitized + Digitization expenditure
        • Museums = 41 / 775 (science, art and history, other)
        • Libraries = 21 / 699 (National, public, special, scientific, research centers)
        • Archives = 38 / 329
        • AV = 2 / 3
        • Combined institutions = 11
        • Monuments and archaeological sites = 0 / 50,700,000
        • Total Digital Facts responses = 128
      UofO 2009-11-10 5 sectors
      • Digital Facts
      • Production
      • 23% is digitized
      • 41% must be digitized
      • 36% does not have to be digitized
        • 45 million o bjects
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Digital Facts
      • Costs areas
      • Expenditure: average $ 158,686
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Dutch e xperience
        • Data gathering strategies:
        • Self-registration
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Dutch e xperience
        • 2007 NLD estimates for m useums:
        • (DEN 2008, NMV 2007, MusIP 2007)
        • Registered  there is a record of the object = 83%
        • Automated  the recorded object is in digital format = 57%
        • Digitized  there is a digital image of the object = 37%
        • Documented  the object has context information = 34-54%
        • Online  information about the object can be found online = 31%
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Dutch e xperience
        • What the numbers say:
        • There is no homogenous concept for digitization
        • Registration + Image + Context (documentation + stories)
      • Production process involves different people / institutions
      • Sector differences are based on object characteristics
      • Missing culture of accountability
      • Need for comparable data measures
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Managing l ocal
        • Museums: Digital activities influencing work practice
        • Data analysis
          • Limited systems (paper cards/acquisitions log book)  Flexible content and format for innovative documentation of knowledge
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Managing l ocal
        • Museums: Digital activities influencing work practice
        • Time + Place
          • Limited on-site local access  24/7 access
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Managing l ocal
        • Museums: Digital activities influencing work practice
        • Democratization of production
          • Curator owned objects  Knowledge is made by use and reuse of information
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Managing l ocal
        • Museums: Digital activities influencing work practice
        • Standards
          • Each curator had own system  Effort to adopt international standards of process, format and language
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Managing l ocal
        • Museums: Digital activities influencing work practice
        • Costs
          • All work was manual  Labor cost remain high. Production depends on goals, use, object type, partners…. Objects are revalued
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Managing l ocal
        • Informing local strategy:
        • Planning: strategic pragmatic approach to production
        • Information plan + Digitization plan + Project
      • Production: phases
        • Broad registration + Selected contextualization (events approach)
      • Resources: ongoing in entire organization
      • Technical: Centralized connection to personalized applications
      • Internal: Revision of past practice (production, standards, organization, content, users, financial, role in society)
      • External: Collaboration ! secure access to digital collections to guarantee use of heritage content
      UofO 2009-11-10
      • Managing l ocal
        • Informing local strategy per sector:
        • Museums: comparative productivity lag
        • (Gemeente Den Haag specialized site, Naturalis whale watching database site)
      • Libraries: shared collections
      • (Scientific libraries benchmarking, Dutch Art History Libraries Society inventory)
      • Archives: digitization on demand
      • (National Archive image database, Amsterdam City Archive)
      • AV: social curating
      • (10voor12 sound collection, use of YouTube)
      • Monuments: videogames, computerized visualization
      • (What? Was? Where? Project, use of GoogleEarth)
      UofO 2009-11-10 USER: Crowdsoarcing Social networks Findability Relevance
    • UofO 2009-11-10
        • Towards U niversal A ccess to H eritage K nowledge …
        • Thank you … !
        • T.NavarreteHernandez @ uva.nl