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Presentation at the IUCC and UCEI seminar, Rome February 16, 2009 - mapping Italian Jewish Cultural Collections in Michael

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    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK European Association for Jewish Culture Digital Heritage, UK Dov Winer Meeting convened by IUCC (MiBAC) and FBCEI (UCEI) Rome, 16 February 2009 Mapping European Jewish Culture Collections in MICHAEL
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK Mapping European Jewish Culture Collections in MICHAEL Consultation on the Digitisation of the Jewish Cultural Heritage, Brussels 2004 The European Digital Library www.europeana.eu i2010
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK Consultation on the Digitisation of the Jewish Cultural Heritage, 2004, Brussels Participants: Miriam Benchetrit Grants Programme Officer, Hanadiv Charitable Foundation Camille Dansette Coordinator European Day of Jewish Culture – EDJC; organized by B'nai B'rith Europe, the European Council of Jewish Communities, and Red de Juderias de Espana-Caminos de Sefarad. David Dawson Senior ICT Adviser, Museums, Libraries and Archives Council - UK NRG Sorin Hermon EPOCH – PIN Center, University of Florence Jean-Claude Kuperminc Directeur de la Biliotheque et des Archives, Alliance Israelite Universelle David Massart Technical Advisor, European Day of Jewish Culture Prof. Franco Niccolucci Director, EPOCH; PIN Center – University of Florence Neil Silberman Director, ENAME Center for Public Archaeology and Heritage Presentation Lena Stanley-Clamp Director, Public Activities, Institute for Jewish Policy Research; Director, European Association for Jewish Culture Dov Winer Coordinator, MINERVA Plus (Israel) Director, eJewish.info The Jewish Agency Initiative for Jewish Networking Daniel Pletinckx , Coordinator of New Technologies and Dirk Oosterlynck from the ENAME Center
      • Consultation on the Digitisation of the Jewish Cultural Heritage, 2004, Brussels
      • European concerns with Cultural Diversity.
      • European identity
      • Cultural and religious minorities in Europe today
      • Jewish Cultural Heritage as part of the European heritage where Europe may act as a locus to probe these issues that are at the epicenter of the debate on European identity.
      European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK MICHAEL project The MICHAEL and MICHAEL Plus projects have been funded through the European Commission’s eTen programme , to establish a new service for the European cultural heritage. The MICHAEL project is a partnership between France, Italy and the UK to deploy a cultural portal platform that was developed in France. MICHAEL Plus extends the MICHAEL project to the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK One thematic network: The European Digital Library i2010: The European Digital Library • A common multilingual access point to Europe's distributed digital cultural heritage • Hosting cultural material (texts, audiovisual, museum objects, archival records • Delivering a critical mass of resources to individuals, scholars, schools and families www.europeana.eu
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK Where are we?
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK http://www.jewishcultureineurope.org
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK 1. What are Jewish cultural heritage resources? Representing 1,000 years of Jewish, European life, Jewish cultural heritage repositories include Judaica artefacts , art works, literature, manuscripts, musical and liturgical resources, films and video, genealogies, monuments, and historical Jewish buildings.
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK 2. Where are they located? Resources are located across over more than 30 European countries, and are based in Jewish museums, libraries and archives with additional resources located in universities and cultural centres across Europe.
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK 3. How will the collections be mapped? Once the initial survey results have been analysed , resources will be entered into the MICHAEL pan-European Portal for cultural heritage. The Jewish collections will function as an additional, dedicated workspace that unites, in this instance Jewish Cultural Heritage under the aegis of a European umbrella.
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK 4. Why do collections need to be digitised? The comprehensive repository for Jewish Cultural Heritage, as a European expression of Jewish cultural heritage would provide a critical mass of resources that could be made directly accessible both to the Jewish community, as well as to any one interested in accessing the Jewish Thematic Portal, from anywhere in the world.
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK What has been done so far?
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK
    • European Association for Jewish Culture (AEJC) – Digital Heritage, UK Digital Heritage, UK Digital Heritage, UK Mission The UK-based, non for profit company, Digital Heritage is committed to its mission of a digital mapping of cultural heritage. One of the central goals of Digital Heritage is to map, harvest and disseminate Jewish, cultural heritage. The founders of Digital Heritage both share a deep commitment to these goals resulting from many years of experience in advancing similar programs in the fields of education and cultural heritage. Dov Winer [email_address] Dr. Susan Hazan susan.hazan@gmail.com http://www.digital-heritage.org.uk