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DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
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DPLA Technologies: Foundations for Growth & Sustainability

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    • 1. DPLA Technologies:Foundations for Growth & Sustainability
      Chris Freeland
      14 Jun 2011
    • 2. uh, who is this guy?
      M.S., Biological SciencesEastern Illinois University, 1997
      B.S., Environmental BiologyEastern Illinois University, 1996
      Director, Center for Biodiversity InformaticsMissouri Botanical Garden, 2007 – date
      Technical DirectorBiodiversity Heritage Library, 2007 – date
      http://chrisfreeland.com
      @chrisfreeland
    • 3. <3 libraries, <3+ books
      Public libraries
      Incredibly important for rural & urban Americans
      Community centers
      Tech hubs
      Education opportunities / Reading programs
      Academic libraries
      My users
      I see DPLA as complementary
    • 4. what is “it”?
      Are we trying to gobble up as much data as possible, tie them together with services, throw them at the wall and see what sticks, or are we trying to build a thematic slice of content with pristine data as a demonstration of a DPLA environment?
      Mass of data, or refined dataset?
    • 5. this is the dpla
    • 6. aggregation vs. repository?
      Will DPLA hold metadata about objects in other systems, or will DPLA hold metadata + objects in its own repository?
      Will DPLA create new content?
      Does DPLA have a preservation component?
      IA scans & stores
      Needs improved documentation, services for easy upload of complex objects & in bulk
      Rebuilding IA / Europeanaon steroids?
    • 7. media types?
      Will need to coordinate with content group
    • 8. who will be able to contribute?
      Anyone?
      Partners?
      Governance
      Commercial data providers?
      Bussia hostess wanted new books
      Flickr
      Tumblr
      Wikipedia
      Netflix
    • 9. motivation & reward for participation?
      Organizational Data providers
      Increased access & exposure
      Individual Data providers
      Labours of love
      But really, what’s in it for content holders?
      Why would someone want to participate in this endeavor?
      Europeana has built itself as dissemination pathway for EU-funded projects
      Want isn’t a question anymore; clear to get funding, embrace Europeana
    • 10. restricted content?
      Culturally (in)sensitive content
      Erotica / pornography
      Government docs
      Schema.org has a tiny, clever setting
      isFamilyFriendly
    • 11. easy content
      Internet Archive Books
      Cultural Heritage via OAI-PMH
      Federal funding already making these available
      Public domain printed literature
      Use OpenLibrary, LibraryThing, Mendeley to identify public domain content people want
    • 12. mobile
      Maybe we aggregate data, let others build?
      MTA
    • 13. linked open data
      <3
      How much data vs metadata needed?
      Ed Summers blog post
      TBL diagram
    • 14. dpla & gaming
      http://www.digitalkoot.fi/en/splash
    • 15. ui / ux?
      Sales Inventory
      Media
      Cultural Heritage
      Gaming
      Narrative / content + context
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    • 23. media partnerships
    • 24. partnerships with cool kids
      Need a community manager
    • 25. wild ideas: Angry Books?
    • 26. wild ideas: community book readings
      Readings of free books by interesting people
      Better than an audiobook, with visual cues
      Like Star Wars fan movie for Moby Dick. Each group records themselves reading
    • 27. http://blog.zdf.de/hyperland/2011/06/bibliotheken-suchen-ihre-zukunft-im-netz/

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