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Presentation at the Europeana New Projects Meeting, The Hague, 13 March, 2014

Presentation at the Europeana New Projects Meeting, The Hague, 13 March, 2014

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  • 1. Europeana Creative Europeana New Projects Meeting Max Kaiser Austrian National Library The Hague, 13 March 2014 @maxkaiser max.kaiser@onb.ac.at
  • 2. www.slideshare.net/maxkaiser
  • 3. creative re-use of digitised content
  • 4. content re-use supports cultural heritage institutions to fulfil their mission fosters innovative ways of using cultural heritage main strategic goal of Europeana
  • 5. how?
  • 6. critical mass of content for re-use Europeana Labs & technical infrastructure Europeana Content Re-use Framework co-creation events five Pilots series of challenge events with the creative industries incubation of the most viable projects evaluation cycle
  • 7. The project
  • 8. February 2013 – July 2015 (30 months) CIP ICT PSP Best Practice Network Call: CIP-ICT-PSP-2012-6 • Theme 2: digital content, open access and creativity 26 partners from 14 EU member states Coordinated by the Austrian National Library 835 person-months effort Budget: € 5,312,514 EU contribution: € 4,250,000
  • 9. Project Partners
  • 10. Europeana and Content Providers Europeana Foundation (NL) Austrian National Library (AT) Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (NL) National Museum (CZ) Museum für Naturkunde (DE) The British Library (GB)
  • 11. Creative Hubs and Associations European Network of Living Labs (NL) MFG Medien- und Filmgesellschaft Baden-Württemberg, Innovation Agency for ICT and Media Baden-Württemberg (DE) European Creative Business Network (NL) EUN Partnership / European Schoolnet (BE) Agence luxembourgeoise d’action culturelle (LU) Culture24 (GB) EUROCLIO – European Association of History Educators (NL) Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture (FI)
  • 12. Technical and Multimedia Experts National Technical University of Athens (GR) youARhere (FR) AIT Austrian Institute of Technology (AT) Spild af Tid (DK) We Are What We Do (GB) Semantika (SI) Webtic (NL) Ontotext (BG) Exozet Games (DE)
  • 13. Living Labs in 4 Member States Platoniq Sistema Cultural (ES) EUN Partnership / European Schoolnet (BE) youARhere (FR) Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture (FI) … plus the European Network of Living Labs
  • 14. Business Planning Specialists Kennisland (NL) European Business & Innovation Centre Network (BE)
  • 15. project structure & areas of synergies
  • 16. WP1 Europeana Labs WP2 Infrastructure for Content Re-use WP3 Business Model Frameworks WP4 Pilots WP5 Open Innovation WP6Evaluation WP7Dissemination WP8 Project Management MANAGEMENT SUPPORTDELIVERY
  • 17. WP1 Europeana Labs WP2 Infrastructure for Content Re-use WP3 Business Model Frameworks WP4 Pilots WP5 Open Innovation WP6Evaluation WP7Dissemination WP8 Project Management MANAGEMENT SUPPORTDELIVERY
  • 18. Europeana Labs
  • 19. Europeana Labs Project Brief Bring together the application gallery, technical services, case studies, example code and content for experimentation needed by creative re- use projects
  • 20. Europeana Labs Brand Proposition “Europeana Labs is a playground for remixing and using your cultural and scientific heritage. It is both an online space and a network of real-world places for inspiration, innovation and sharing.”
  • 21. Europeana Labs Users The developer inspired to or paid to develop based on our API, code and labs hardware. The creative industry professional or entrepreneur with a commercial motivation to remix or republish heritage, or to do so at scale. The designer-developer or multi-disciplinary teams who want to do both of the above.
  • 22. What do we want people to do? We want people to discover and be inspired by our open collections and find them easy to re- use, remix or republish. We want people to share the tools, services and code that they create with others. If they are so inspired, we would like them to join co-creation and other collaborative activities.
  • 23. Europeana Labs Releases
  • 24. Beta (March 2014) Blog Events API QuickStart API Console Content build-out (Gallery, Datasets) Content Reuse Framework (described) Turn off corresponding areas of Pro, Labs, Remix, Portal Community editing Design tweaks
  • 25. v. 1.0 (July 2014) Best Practice for projects/labs OAI-PMH docs SPARQL endpoint Search improvements Terms & Conditions for Humans Search Widget Configurator MyEuropeana integration More Spaces (from ENoLL, SPECIFI Creative Ring, Europeana Space)
  • 26. v. 2.0 (January 2015) Image similarity browsing Enrichment services (geo, entity) Data export packager CRF opt-in content downloads Statistics dashboard (providers and everyone) Resources for entrepreneurs? (links to business lounges, etc.)
  • 27. Pilots
  • 28. 5 Themes – 5 Pilots – 5 Challenges Started Nov. 2013Started May 2013 Starts May 2014
  • 29. Pilot Workflow plan design prototype deploy incubate refine evaluate co-funded pilot incubated spin-off challenge
  • 30. History Education Pilot
  • 31. Tools (for educators) for creation of online learning activities Tailored for use in history education
  • 32. Natural History Education Pilot
  • 33. Two products that showcase history content available via Europeana Museum Game: Serious adventure game, taking place at Museum for Naturkunde in Berlin
  • 34. Memory Game for children: Answer questions related to natural history
  • 35. Social Networks Pilot
  • 36. Enrich sounds with Europeana materials and other websources Invite communities to interact
  • 37. Tourism Pilot
  • 38. Recreate paintings and images and share via social media
  • 39. Challenges (WP5 Open Innovation) Identify, incubate and spin-off viable projects Based on the 5 thematic areas of the projects Pilots as inspiration Challenge winner receives support package, incl. technical, strategic and business suppurt to help develop the idea and get the business started
  • 40. First Challenge event for (Natural) History Theme: @ The Egg, Brussels 29 / 30 April 2014
  • 41. More information
  • 42. www.europeanacreative.eu twitter.com/eCreativeEU www.facebook.com/EuropeanaCreative http://ecreativeeducation2014.istart.org/
  • 43. Take-away message
  • 44. WP1 Europeana Labs WP2 Infrastructure for Content Re-use WP3 Business Model Frameworks WP4 Pilots WP5 Open Innovation WP6Evaluation WP7Dissemination WP8 Project Management MANAGEMENT SUPPORTDELIVERY
  • 45. Max Kaiser @maxkaiser max.kaiser@onb.ac.at Thank you!

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