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    CAN for Museums CAN for Museums Presentation Transcript

    • Presentation Summary CAN background Assumptions + questions State of Australian GLAMs collection data Australian data service + supply landscape CAN in the data service + supply landscape Audience/users of GLAMs collection data CAN’s current and potential ongoing role CAN’s value to the museum sector
    • Collections Australia Network Broker: manages + establishes relationships Platform: coordinates data + technologies Partnerships: span the collecting sector - GLAMs Data services: storage - discovery - delivery Metadata: organisations - item - collection Repository verticals: ADR - AMR - CB - RDA Technologies: web - database - search - social Standards: OpenSearch - OAI-PMH - schemas
    • Assumptions Interest + need - for technical services and data infrastructure - for museum collection data online - for access across Australian museums - for access to cultural + scientific museum data - to improve metadata standardisation - to advance museums’ capacity online - for leadership with access to unique material
    • Questions Where do museums currently stand online? What role do the larger museums have in this? What role do the small-medium museums have? What current infrastructure is available? How would CAN’s infrastructure serve this end? What type of data broker do museums want? Who do museums want/need to supply data to? How do museums want make data accessible for researchers + citizens?
    • Unique Collections Online / Offline in Australia Library special collections Museum - science collections Museum cultural collections Gallery Archive - organisational Archive - collected 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% Item level records online and machine processable Digital objects online Item level records online Item level records digitised but not onlne Item level records in analogue format Collection level records online
    • storage discovery delivery Australian Services Data Data Services Picture + Libs Aus contributors ADR + eHeritage Atlas Item ALA Partner Organisations Theses OzCam ADT fed + + AVH universities large state GLAMs depts Collection Research Data Aus brokers Partner Organisations Culture About Victoria CAN Access NSW NSLA People Aus Aus Screen Online small-medium GLAMs
    • storage discovery delivery Australian Services Data Data Services Picture + Libs Aus contributors ADR + eHeritage Atlas Item ALA Partner Organisations Theses OzCam ADT fed + + AVH universities large state CAN GLAMs depts Collection Research Data Aus brokers Partner Organisations Culture About Victoria CAN Access NSW NSLA People Aus Aus Screen Online small-medium GLAMs
    • storage discovery delivery Australian Services Data Data Services Picture + Libs Aus contributors ADR + eHeritage Atlas Item ALA Partner Organisations Theses OzCam ADT fed + + AVH universities large state CAN GLAMs depts Collection Research Data Aus brokers Partner Organisations Culture About Victoria CAN Access NSW NSLA People Aus Aus Screen Online small-medium GLAMs
    • storage discovery delivery Audience/Users Data Services Picture + Libs Aus researchers ADR + eHeritage Atlas Item ALA Benefiting Organisations Theses OzCam ADT fed + + AVH universities state + GLAMs education + business depts Collection Research Data Aus citizens Benefiting Communities Culture About Victoria Access NSW local - state regional - urban People Aus national Aus Screen Online
    • storage discovery delivery Audience/Users Data Services Picture + Libs Aus researchers ADR + eHeritage Atlas Item ALA Benefiting Organisations Theses OzCam ADT fed + + AVH universities state CAN + GLAMs education + business depts Collection Research Data Aus citizens Benefiting Communities Culture About Victoria Access NSW local - state regional - urban People Aus national Aus Screen Online
    • storage discovery delivery Audience/Users Data Services Picture + Libs Aus researchers ADR + eHeritage Atlas Item ALA Benefiting Organisations Theses OzCam ADT fed + + AVH universities state CAN + GLAMs education + business depts Collection Research Data Aus citizens Benefiting Communities Culture About Victoria Access NSW local - state regional - urban People Aus national Aus Screen Online
    • Why Invest in CAN? Significance: culture + science data in all GLAMs Coverage: local + regional + state + national Data online: reflective collecting sector - GLAMs Relationships: ANDS + NLA as major players Leverage: efficiency through brokering + ramps Approach: ANDS taking with universities Museum sector: capacity building + coordination Library sector: leadership + experience
    • CultureBabble Needs Broker: manages + establishes relationships Platform: coordinates data + technologies Use CAN? Duplicate set up? Commercial a/v specialists?