La mise à disposition des œuvres publiques
et partenariats de numérisation à la British
Library, Londres

Lucie BURGESS
Di...
Cloud Culture @ British Library
Lucie Burgess, British Library
Automne Numérique
Paris, France
7th November 2013
The British Library

www.bl.uk

All images copyright British Library Board, all rights reserved

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The Cloud Culture equation

More
cultural
heritage
stored in
digital form

www.bl.uk

More
accessible to
more people

Peop...
Cloud Culture @ British Library

More
cultural
heritage
stored in
digital form

More
accessible to
more people

People
bet...
Born-digital content @ British Library

1. Digitise cultural
heritage; collect
and connect to
born-digital content
www.bl....
Cloud Culture @ British Library

More
cultural
heritage
stored in
digital form

More
accessible to
more people

People
bet...
Open content @ British Library

3. Make content and
data available using
open licences

www.bl.uk

8
Linked open data and the ‘semantic web’
1.
2.
3.
4.

Make raw data about content available
Make it openly licensed
Put it ...
Linked open data @ British Library

2. Make content and
data available using
open licences

www.bl.uk

10
Cloud Culture @ British Library

More
cultural
heritage
stored in
digital form

More
accessible to
more people

People
bet...
Tools @ British Library – geo-referencing

3. Provide tools for
people to enrich the
content and
contribute their
stories
...
Tools @ BL labs #bl_labs
British Library Labs Sample Generator
From

Travel Routes

1888

To

1899

Account, Tour, Adventu...
Tools @ British Library
UK Soundmap

3. Provide tools for
people to enrich the
content and
contribute their
stories

www.b...
Cloud Culture @ British Library

More
cultural
heritage
stored in
digital form

More
accessible to
more people

People
bet...
The Westminster Bridge problem

www.bl.uk

Website: copyright Tate and Image: copyright Cleveland Museum of Art
Complete p...
Thank you for listening

Lucie.burgess@bl.uk
Twitter @LucieCBurgess

www.bl.uk

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Présentation de Lucie Burgess, directrice des contenus à la British Library, lors de la journée de conférence « Transmettre la culture à l’ère du numérique » le
7 novembre 2013, Ministère de la culture et de la communication.

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  • eThOs (electronic theses online service)
    Open research content (green and gold)
    Broadcast news
    Content strategy – from Stored Knowledge to Smart Knowledge
    Digital archives
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  • These geo-tools allow historic maps to be overlaid and combined with modern mapping, enhancing the ability to compare and analyse the representation, and enabling searching by placename.
  • Présentation de Lucie Burgess

    1. 1. La mise à disposition des œuvres publiques et partenariats de numérisation à la British Library, Londres Lucie BURGESS Directrice des contenus, British Library 14h30 - 14h45 Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication Secrétariat général Département des programmes numériques
    2. 2. Cloud Culture @ British Library Lucie Burgess, British Library Automne Numérique Paris, France 7th November 2013
    3. 3. The British Library www.bl.uk All images copyright British Library Board, all rights reserved 3
    4. 4. The Cloud Culture equation More cultural heritage stored in digital form www.bl.uk More accessible to more people People better equipped with more tools to add creatively to the collection Exponential growth in mass cultural expression Cloud Culture Cloud Culture, Charles Leadbeater, published by Counterpoint 2010. Can be accessed from http://counterpoint.uk.com/reports-pamphlets/cloud-culture/ 4
    5. 5. Cloud Culture @ British Library More cultural heritage stored in digital form More accessible to more people People better equipped with more tools to add creatively to the collection Exponential growth in mass cultural expression Cloud Culture 1. Digitise cultural heritage; collect & connect to born-digital content www.bl.uk Cloud Culture, Charles Leadbeater, published by Counterpoint 2010. Can be accessed from http://counterpoint.uk.com/reports-pamphlets/cloud-culture/ 5
    6. 6. Born-digital content @ British Library 1. Digitise cultural heritage; collect and connect to born-digital content www.bl.uk 6
    7. 7. Cloud Culture @ British Library More cultural heritage stored in digital form More accessible to more people People better equipped with more tools to add creatively to the collection Exponential growth in mass cultural expression Cloud Culture 1. Digitise cultural heritage; collect & connect to born-digital content www.bl.uk Cloud Culture, Charles Leadbeater, published by Counterpoint 2010. Can be accessed from http://counterpoint.uk.com/reports-pamphlets/cloud-culture/ 7
    8. 8. Open content @ British Library 3. Make content and data available using open licences www.bl.uk 8
    9. 9. Linked open data and the ‘semantic web’ 1. 2. 3. 4. Make raw data about content available Make it openly licensed Put it in RDF format – make it linkable ‘triples’ Put in on web using http 2. Make content and data available using open licences http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uju4wT9uBIA www.bl.uk 9
    10. 10. Linked open data @ British Library 2. Make content and data available using open licences www.bl.uk 10
    11. 11. Cloud Culture @ British Library More cultural heritage stored in digital form More accessible to more people People better equipped with more tools to add creatively to the collection Exponential growth in mass cultural expression Cloud Culture 1. Digitise cultural heritage; collect & connect to born-digital content www.bl.uk Cloud Culture, Charles Leadbeater, published by Counterpoint 2010. Can be accessed from http://counterpoint.uk.com/reports-pamphlets/cloud-culture/ 11
    12. 12. Tools @ British Library – geo-referencing 3. Provide tools for people to enrich the content and contribute their stories www.bl.uk Ordnance Surveyors Drawing 40 (detail). Pen and Ink on paper. 1801. Overlaid on Google Earth, © Inforterra Ltd and Bluesky. British Library, Maps OSD 40(3). 12
    13. 13. Tools @ BL labs #bl_labs British Library Labs Sample Generator From Travel Routes 1888 To 1899 Account, Tour, Adventure, Visit. Journey, Expedition, Excursion, Trip, Holiday, Guide, Plan, Route  Search terms Digitally available content only 3. Provide tools for people to enrich the content and contribute their stories Distribution of items in catalogue Sample Size 8 Generate Pieter Francois is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Oxford. The ‘Sample Generator’ connects one or more major catalogues or collections of digitized texts through metadata and gives the sample a unique, citable URL Dan Norton completed a PhD at the University of Dundee and is an Artist in Residence at Hangar, Centre for Art and Research, Barcelona. His idea is to build a prototype of a ‘mixer’ for digital collections inspired by music mixing tools used by DJs. www.bl.uk 13
    14. 14. Tools @ British Library UK Soundmap 3. Provide tools for people to enrich the content and contribute their stories www.bl.uk 14
    15. 15. Cloud Culture @ British Library More cultural heritage stored in digital form More accessible to more people People better equipped with more tools to add creatively to the collection Exponential growth in mass cultural expression Cloud Culture 1. Digitise cultural heritage; collect & connect to born-digital content www.bl.uk Cloud Culture, Charles Leadbeater, published by Counterpoint 2010. Can be accessed from http://counterpoint.uk.com/reports-pamphlets/cloud-culture/ 15
    16. 16. The Westminster Bridge problem www.bl.uk Website: copyright Tate and Image: copyright Cleveland Museum of Art Complete poetical works of Wordsworth – public domain, available from www.bl.uk 16
    17. 17. Thank you for listening Lucie.burgess@bl.uk Twitter @LucieCBurgess www.bl.uk 17
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