Intro
Myself
Jacob R Wang // @jacob_wang
IT-coordinator @ Historisk Atlas
Cand.it – design, communication & media
Head of IT-dev...
Topics + Keywords
Maps
Locations
Collaborators
Age
”Price”
25 (+6 in pipeline)
4000+
90+
5 yrs
~ 5-6 mio DKK
maps, locatio...
Outline
Map
s
Warp
tool
Locations
bibliotek.dk
Routeplanning
Embed
Collaborators
Archives
Aasum Sogns Lokalhistoriske Arkiv
ABM-samarbejdet i Sønderborg
Kommune
Agedrup Sogns Lokalhistorisk...
Usage / statistics
Challenges
Mobile
Today
[Desktop] 99.5% vs 0.5% [Mobile]
2014
[Desktop] 50% vs 50% [Mobile]
Devices
Devices and use case
scenarios
Learning
Content contribution
Casual use
Exploration
Gaming
Intelligent
mobility
Digital presence?
Not ”enough”...
1) Being readily available
2) Being l presence #3
Wanna know/do more?
1) Go see historiskatlas.dk
2) Connect with us on facebook.com/historiskatlas
3) Connect with us on Tw...
Thanks
Thanks!
Stop by, have a chat
@jacob_wang
:D
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Nodem 2010 Historisk Atlas (Pecha Kucha)

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Pecha Kucha on Historisk Atlas, presented at NODEM 2010 i Copenhagen on november 26th 2010.

A conference on Nordic Digital Excellence in Museums.

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  • First I wanna thank the people behind this awsome conference.
     
    It’s a massive task to set up such a packed and exiting programme!
     
    And thanks for the opportunity to show some of the stuff that I spend a lot of my time working on.
  • So, I’m gonna start off with an off topic image that really has no particular relation to this talk.
     
    It’s cool and if my kids ever asks to get one – I’m gonna buy it!
     
    My name is Jacob and I work at the Odense City Museums.
  • I’m here to tell you about Historisk Atlas - a website where archives, libraries and museums across the Region of Southern Denmark presents local history based on maps.
     
    It started off 5 years ago at Odense City Museums where it’s still curently developed and hosted.
  • The outline of this talk falls into 2 parts.
     
    The first half is a presentation of the site and its features.
     
    The second half is about current challenges and the future for Historisk Atlas and a brief note on the practicalities of having a digital presence.
  • Historisk Atlas offers basically 3 things, the first one being maps.
     
    Historisk Atlas presents 25 maps, from modern airial fotos to renaissance stuff in the upper left corner.
     
    All maps are zoomable and fluidly controlled – and of course georeferenced – aligned...
  • On top of the maps, we have tools. Here you see the Warp-tool, making it real easy to compare and play with the maps.
     
    Exploring maps is what the users spend most time doing during visits.
     
    It’s the National Museum top right.
  • So we’ve got maps and map tools – and then there’s content in the form of locations.
     
    Each with an individual miniwebpage with relevant tags, images, video, articles and references.
     
    Locations are shared among collaborators and marked with Creative Commons for copyright.
  • You can do a lot of stuff with locations. Browser them, print them and so forth.
     
    But you can also make routes comprised of chosen locations that get exported to Google Maps.
     
    And obvious feature for the upcoming mobile development.
  • We want all collaborators on Historisk Atlas to consider the site their own – and to use the site for narrow, local puposes.
     
    Thats why we’ve created the possibility to embed minimaps of Historisk Atlas into other websites
     
    The embedded map is interactive and links to the main site.
  • Here’s a list of who we are.
     
    In january we were 25 archives, libraries and museums – right now, we’re are 94 institutions collaborating.
     
    Historisk Atlas welcome all archives, libraries and museums in Denmark to participate.
  • User statistics…
     
    We get a little less than 10.000 visits a month, primarily based on Google searches.
     
    New users find us because of content and we spend nothing on Google Adwords.
     
    The peak at the left was the launch of the current version of Historisk Atlas.
  • What I like about this image is it’s ability to show the 2 key effects of being met with challenges.
     
    That guys on top – he’s in sheer panic!
     
    The guy below is calm and focused. He really believe he’s in control and he has a plan.
  • My favorite challenge right now has to do with mobile.
     
    Today we don’t get many droid or iphone visits but the projections are clear.
    In 2014 it’s gonna be 50/50, desktop vs mobile.
     
    This shift in internet practise among our users open up room for new ideas and further development.
  • This is what we’re dealing with.
     
    3 devices instead of 1.
    3 fundamentally different use scenarios.
     
    We will need creative versions of Historisk Atlas for couchpotatoes with tablets and people on the move with smartphones alike.
  • Here’s our idea so far:
     
    Desktop for learning scenarios and content contribution. A multitasking evironment.
     
    Tablets for exploring and gaming.
     
    Mobile is for intelligent mobility scenarios
  • So, do Historisk Atlas have a digital presence?

    Not “enough”. Digital presence is a continuum, not a dualism.

    Basically it’s comprised of two things:
  • 1) Being readily available to the user
     
    It’s mostly a matter of technology and device issues – pratical stuff.
     
    Its about hardware and software:
    desktops, tablets, smartphones, apps, browsers, webstandards and operating systems
  • Secondly digital presence is about tapping into where people already go when online.
     
    It’s a matter of web platforms, internet services, social spaces and knowledge arenas online.
     
    It’s about content. And making content present in various spaces online.
     
    The keyword is open data.
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  • Nodem 2010 Historisk Atlas (Pecha Kucha)

    1. 1. Intro
    2. 2. Myself Jacob R Wang // @jacob_wang IT-coordinator @ Historisk Atlas Cand.it – design, communication & media Head of IT-development @ Odense City Museums
    3. 3. Topics + Keywords Maps Locations Collaborators Age ”Price” 25 (+6 in pipeline) 4000+ 90+ 5 yrs ~ 5-6 mio DKK maps, locations, stories, history, times, people, places, users, collaborators, GIS, web, data, cms, digitization, interactivity, ui, webtech, creative commons, archives, museums, libraries, developers,
    4. 4. Outline
    5. 5. Map s
    6. 6. Warp tool
    7. 7. Locations bibliotek.dk
    8. 8. Routeplanning
    9. 9. Embed
    10. 10. Collaborators Archives Aasum Sogns Lokalhistoriske Arkiv ABM-samarbejdet i Sønderborg Kommune Agedrup Sogns Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Allesø-Broby-Næsby Lokalarkiv Alslev Sognearkiv Asperup-Roerslev Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Augustenborg Lokalhistorisk Arkiv Bellinge Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Blåbjerg Lokalhistorisk Arkiv Børkop Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Bovrup-Varnæs Sognearkiv Bramming Byhistoriske Arkiv Bredebro Lokalhistorisk Arkiv Broager Lokalarkiv Dalum-Hjallese Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Dansk Data Arkiv Ejby Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Endrup/Vester Nykirke Lokalarkiv Esbjerg Byhistoriske Arkiv Gørding Sognearkiv Gråsten Arkiv Grejs Lokalhistorisk Forening Grejsdals Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Historisk Arkiv for Fraugde Sogn Historisk Samfund for Als og Sundeved Historisk Samfund for Sønderjylland Historisk Samling fra Besættelsestiden Hjerting Lokalarkiv Højby Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Hviding Sognearkiv Kliplev Lokalhistorisk Arkiv Kolding Stadsarkiv Korup Lokalarkiv Løgumkloster Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Lokalhistorisk Arkiv for Agedrup Sogn Odense Stadsarkiv Otterup Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Paarup Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Randbøl Sogn Lokalarkiv Ribe Byhistoriske Arkiv Rømø Lokalhistorisk Forening Sanderum Sogns Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Seden Sogns Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Skads Sognearkiv Skårup arkiv Sønderborg Kommunes Lokalhistoriske Arkivsamvirke Søndersø og Omegns Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Stenløse Sogns Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Svenstrup Arkiv Toftlund Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Ubberud Lokalarkiv Vejle Stadsarkiv Vester Nebel Sognearkiv Lokalhistorisk Arkiv for Fraugde Sogn Lokalhistorisk Arkiv for Gl. Tønder Kommune Lokalhistorisk Arkiv for Nørre Aaby- Udby-Føns Lokalhistorisk Arkiv i Fangel Lokalhistorisk Arkiv i Jelling Lokalhistorisk Forening for Engum Sogn Lokalhistorisk Forening for Jerlev Sogn Lokalhistorisk Forening for Sundeved Lumby Sogns Lokalhistoriske Arkiv Næsbjerg Sognearkiv Nordby Sognearkiv Libraries Biblioteket Sønderborg Esbjerg Kommunes Biblioteker Odense Centralbibliotek Tønder Kommunes Biblioteker Varde Bibliotek Nordfyns Biblioteker Museums Bramming Egnsmuseum Cathrinesminde Teglværk Faaborg Museum Fiskeri- og Søfartsmuseet Hudevad Smedjemuseum Industrimuseum Slesvig Odense Bys Museer Øhavsmuseet Østfyns Museer Ribe 1300 Sønderborg Slot Sydvestjyske Museer Vikingemuseet Ladby Middelfart Museum Museet for Varde By og Omegn Museet på Koldinghus Museet på Sønderskov Museum Sønderjylland Nordfyns Museum Nyborg Museum
    11. 11. Usage / statistics
    12. 12. Challenges
    13. 13. Mobile Today [Desktop] 99.5% vs 0.5% [Mobile] 2014 [Desktop] 50% vs 50% [Mobile]
    14. 14. Devices
    15. 15. Devices and use case scenarios Learning Content contribution Casual use Exploration Gaming Intelligent mobility
    16. 16. Digital presence? Not ”enough”...
    17. 17. 1) Being readily available
    18. 18. 2) Being l presence #3
    19. 19. Wanna know/do more? 1) Go see historiskatlas.dk 2) Connect with us on facebook.com/historiskatlas 3) Connect with us on Twitter @historiskatlas
    20. 20. Thanks Thanks! Stop by, have a chat @jacob_wang :D
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