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Explanation of the policies of the European Union, the relations with Israel and the MINERVA project for coordination of policies of cultural heritage digiisation. Seminar at the School for ...

Explanation of the policies of the European Union, the relations with Israel and the MINERVA project for coordination of policies of cultural heritage digiisation. Seminar at the School for Interdisciplinary Studies, the Beit Berl Academic College, Seminar for the Faculty of the Program for Information Sciences and Librarianship, Apri 26, 2006.

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    • ‫סמינר מחלקתי‬ ‫תכנית לימודי מידע וספרנות‬ ‫בית הספר ללימודים רב-תחומיים‬ ‫המכללה האקדמית בית ברל‬ 2006 ‫62 אפריל‬‫הסבר על פעילות הנציבות האירופית, הקשר‬ MINERVA ‫עם ישראל, ומיזם‬ Dov Winer Israel MINERVA Coordinator Director - eJewish.info Developing Jewish Networking Infrastructures an initiative of the Jewish Agency for Israel
    • http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
    • 457 Million inhabitantshttp://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
    • GDP: 9755.4 Billions of Eurohttp://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
    • http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
    • Main European Union institutions The Council of the European Union  represent the member states The European Parliament  represent the citizens The European Commission  politically independent body that upholds the collective European interests http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
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    • http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
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    • Lund Program - 2001Dynamic Action Plan - 2005 eEurope 2002 Action Plan coordination digitisation across Member States - Lund Action Plan through NRG Council, November 2005 – Dynamic Action Plan: importance of digitisation:  provide digital resources for education and research, tourism and creative industries  enabling citizens access to cultural heritage  advancing the European Digital Libraries initiative http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
    • Dynamic Action Plan - 2005 Objectives: Leadership – Coordination – Fragmentation – Identifying models, funding and policy Cultural and linguistic diversity – Access Action Areas:  Users and Content  Technologies for Digitisation  Sustainability of Content  Digital Preservation  Monitoring Progress http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
    • http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
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    • Statutory Institutions Co-Opted for the Policy Development Process National Jewish and University Library National Archives Directorate of Culture (Ministry of Education)  Department of Public Libraries  Department of Museums ICOM International Council for Museums – Israel Malmad – The Israel Digital Information Center (IUCC - Universities) Meital – Center for Learning Technologies (IUCC – Universities) Pais Council for Culture and the Arts UNESCO Secretary in Israel Department of Scientific and Cultural Agreement (MOFA) The Israel Antiquities Authority Coordination The Jewish Agency for Israel Ministry of Science and Technology http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
    • MINERVA Experts Network in Israel Nominated by Statutory Institutions http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
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    • Facets for a Cultural Heritage Digitisation Policy for Israel How will our Culture, Education and Identity stand up to this challenge? What are the opportunities presented by the new environment? http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info
    • Professional Communities Involved in Cultural Heritage Digitisation Computer Scientists Engineers and Technicians Librarians and Information Science Experts Archivists Museums Creative artists Communities: Computerized graphics, Archaeology, Architecture, Multimedia production, Information Experts, Distributed Learning, Education and Training, Broadcasting archives, TV Stage Directors, Producers Association, Documentary producers IP Professionals – Creative Commons initiative Business and entrepreneurship community http://www.minervaisrael.org.il dovw@jazo.org.il http://www.ejewish.info