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  • 12 institutions that are providing content, coming from 10 different European countries
  • HOPE collects more than 800.000 digital objects…
  • Europeana has been an initiative from the European Parliament started in 2007. Launch of the Europeana Prototype November 2008 Europeana operational service released autumn 2010
  • Europeana works in partnerships with organisations, projects or portals. Many of these partners gather content or 'aggregate' content from many individual institutions representing different sectors such as museums, libraries and archives. These aggregators standardise the data to make it possible to ingest the material into the Europeana portal. Europeana can also work directly with individual institutions, in situations in which there is no appropriate aggregator available. The result of this collaboration is this…
  • We’ve already ingested almost 200.000 items in Europeana, that will become more than 800.000 by the end of April. Here are some examples of HOPE records here: Minutes of a CGIL executive body meeting in December 1959
  • This is a drawing (caricature) from 1983, coming from the IISH collection
  • This is a photo of a manifestation in Zurich in 1953, from the SSA archive.
  • This project and this collaboration with Eurpeana created a win-win situation in which both archives/libraries and users will benefit

HOPE in a nutshell @IALHI International Conference 2012 HOPE in a nutshell @IALHI International Conference 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • 43rd IALHI AnnualConferenceLisbon, 19-22 September 2012 HOPE in a nutshell Marco Rendina CGIL (Italy) HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • The HOPE VisionHOPE would like toput together on-linesocial and labourhistory collectionswhich have beenscattered throughoutEurope. HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • The HOPE partners so far• Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis(IISH - Netherlands)• Amsab-Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (AMSAB - Belgium)• Confederazione Generale Italiana del Lavoro (CGIL -Italy)• Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung: Archiv und Bibliothek (FES - Germany)• Fundação Mário Soares (FMS - Portugal)• Schweizerisches Sozialarchiv (SSA - Switzerland)• Työväen Arkisto (TA - Finland)• Verein für Geschichte der Arbeiterbewegung (VGA -Austria)• Nyílt Társadalom Archívum (KEE/OSA - Hungary)• Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (UPIP - France)• Génériques (GENERI – France)• Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dellInformazione (CNR-ISTI - Italy) HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • The HOPE objectives• To develop and share best practices in the field of digitisation, preservation and on-line access• To engage the community of social history institutions• To build a Social History Metadata Aggregator for Europeana• To build a Social History Digital Content Repository• To build an upgraded version of the Labour History Portal HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • What does HOPE provide?• More than 880,000 digital objects.• Ranging from the late 18th century to the present.• Coming from several European countries• Including pictures, videos, audio documents and texts. HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • HOPE pictures Examples• Objects: photographs, posters, pins and badges, postcards, banners and flags.• Occasions and topics: labour movement, Spanish Civil War, World Wars, resistance, migration, human rights, student movement, etc.• Photo archives of trade unions, Socialist and Social Democratic parties HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • HOPE texts Examples• Social history and political science documents and publications• Political programme documents from the beginnings of the labour movement in the 19th century until the student movement of the 1960s.• Publications (periodicals and fliers) from trade unions and social democratic / socialist parties from the middle of the 19th century down to the present• Publications and brochures from individuals, e.g. Marx and Engels. HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • HOPE audio documents Examples • Conferences of historians and political scientists. • African independence movements. • Interviews on the social movements of the 20th century. • Recordings from the 1956 Hungarian uprising. • Recordings from meetings of trade unions and socialist / social democratic parties. HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • HOPE videos Examples• Social history films from 1926 to 2002.• Interviews on the social movements of the 20th century.• Moscow television programme 1985 to 1994: glasnost, perestroika.• Propaganda and educational films from 1957 to 1990.• Demonstrations by trade unions and socialist / social democratic parties. HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • HOPE architecture mies For dum HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • What is Europeana• Europeana is a common access point to digital cultural and scientific heritage in Europe.• Giving access to more than 24 millions digital objects.• Coming from more than 1500 European institutions.• Publishing all the metadata under Creative Commons license http://www.europeana.eu HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • Who submits data to Europeana EuropeanaMetadata Contribution Aggregators Individual institutions Aggregators are Projects Institutions EFG APENet ATHENA TEL EUScreen BHL Europe CARARE BAM MIMO Judaica HOPE SCRAN Travel Kultura.hr HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • Social history content in Europeana HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • Social history content in Europeana HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • Social history content in Europeana HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • Benefits for Content Providers• All participating organisations profit from an international cooperation.• Reaching out to new user groups through the Europeana portal.• Applying best practices for digitisation, preservation and access.• Using the HOPE infrastructure to store and publish their digital content. HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • Benefits for Users• Research and use documents on the labour and social history of Europe.• Browse and use collections which are spread across Europe.• As a researcher: for study and publications.• As a student or pupil: for presentations and homeworks.• As journalist: for articles and publications.• As an amateur historian: for looking into the social and labour history of Europe. HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.
  • More information www.peoplesheritage.euThank you for your attention!Do you have any questions or comments? HOPE is co-funded by the EU ICT Policy Support Programme.