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Presentation I gave for CodeCamp in Amsterdam on 26th of November

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    Europeana Open Data Europeana Open Data Presentation Transcript

    • Europeana Open Data July 2012 Maarten Zeinstra 26 November 2011, Amsterdam
    • Europeana- Aggregate- Facilitate- Distribute- Engage
    • Europeana builds on four layers ofinformation:Layer #4: Metadata (descriptve information of object)Layer #3: Previews (lower quality versions of #2)Layer #2: Digital objects (digital reproductions of #1)Layer #1: Physical objects (books, paintings, etc...)
    • Europeana builds on four layers ofinformation:Layer #4: Metadata (descriptve information of object)Layer #3: Previews (lower quality versions of #2)Layer #2: Digital objects (digital reproductions of #1)Layer #1: Physical objects (books, paintings, etc...)
    • Europeana builds on four layers ofinformation:Layer #4: Metadata (descriptve information of object)Layer #3: Previews (lower quality versions of #2)Layer #2: Digital objects (digital reproductions of #1)Layer #1: Physical objects (books, paintings, etc...)
    • Rights information about content (EDM:rights):
    • EDM:rights - available rights statements Public Domain (needs to be indicated if the content is in the Public Domain) All Creative Commons Licenses (can be selected if the provider is the copyright holder and wants to grant certain rights to users) Rights Reserved - Free access (to indicate that the work can be accessed freely on the site of the provider) Rights Reserved - Paid access (to indicate that the work can be accessed conditional on payment on the site of the provider) Rights Resreved - Restricted access (to indicate that there are restrictions: partial availability, only for members, etc) Unknown (to indicate that the rights status of a work is unknown)
    • New Europeana Data ExchangeAgreement
    • The CC0 Public Domain Dedication 1.0Universal has three layers:Layer #1: a waiver of all rights in the licensed work Layer #2: a license without restrictions Layer #3: a promise not to exercise Subject matter under CC0 can be used without any restrictions in different jurisdictions, as if it was in the Public Domain
    • Rights information about previews on Europeana:
    • Rights information about previews on Europeana:“With the exception of the previews, all data available on europeana.eu is available free of restrictions under the terms of the Creative Commons Zero Public Domain Dedication. If you reuse metadata from Europeana, please follow the Europeana Data Use Guidelines. Previews can only be used in accordance with the rights information displayed next to them.”
    • Bedankt Maarten Zeinstra mz@kl.nlDerived from a presentation by Paul Keller