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Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
Culture Grid presentation to MLA
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Culture Grid presentation to MLA

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Presentation to MLA staff about the development and application of the Culture Grid

Presentation to MLA staff about the development and application of the Culture Grid

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  • 1.
  • 2. The big idea: creating opportunities for learning, creativity &amp; entertainment by making museum, library and archive content available to and usable by everyone, everywhere.<br />
  • 3. The story....<br />
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  • 7. In 2009, 70% of all UK households are online<br />76% of the adult UK population has accessed the Internet in the past 3 months<br />64% of this population regularly purchase goods or services online<br />Online retail accounted for £222bn of transactions in 2008<br />£106bn of this was spent on leisure activity, travel and tourism<br />This is the mass-market<br />
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  • 9. The museum, archive and library story....<br />
  • 10. In the Beginning...<br />
  • 11. 1970’s<br />Thou shalt<br />Acquire<br />Everything<br />
  • 12. 1980’s<br />Thou shalt<br />Document<br />Everything<br />
  • 13. 1990’s<br />Thou shalt<br />Digitise<br />Everything<br />
  • 14. The result?<br />
  • 15.
  • 16. ...supply<br />Demand...<br />
  • 17. ...supply<br />...meets...<br />Demand...<br />
  • 18. 2010’s<br />Thou shalt<br />Connect<br />Everything<br />
  • 19. How it works<br />
  • 20. Museum<br />Library<br />Archive<br />
  • 21. Databases<br />Websites<br />Catalogues<br />PUT THEIR CONTENT INTO<br />Museum<br />Library<br />Archive<br />
  • 22. Our database<br />FROM WHERE WE AGGREGATE IT INTO<br />Databases<br />Websites<br />Catalogues<br />PUT THEIR CONTENT INTO<br />Museum<br />Library<br />Archive<br />
  • 23. Our database<br />PRESERVE IT<br />Digital Archive<br />FROM WHERE WE AGGREGATE IT INTO<br />Databases<br />Websites<br />Catalogues<br />PUT THEIR CONTENT INTO<br />Museum<br />Library<br />Archive<br />
  • 24. For free, open re-use<br />With mass-media partners<br />SHARE IT<br />Our database<br />PRESERVE IT<br />Digital Archive<br />FROM WHERE WE AGGREGATE IT INTO<br />Databases<br />Websites<br />Catalogues<br />PUT THEIR CONTENT INTO<br />Museum<br />Library<br />Archive<br />
  • 25. To real consumers!<br />DELIVER IT<br />For free, open re-use<br />With mass-media partners<br />SHARE IT<br />Our database<br />PRESERVE IT<br />Digital Archive<br />FROM WHERE WE AGGREGATE IT INTO<br />Databases<br />Websites<br />Catalogues<br />PUT THEIR CONTENT INTO<br />Museum<br />Library<br />Archive<br />
  • 26. The majority of the costs of developing the Culture Grid have been paid for by the European Commission. <br />Collections Trust, MLA and Museums Galleries Scotland have also invested in it.<br />
  • 27. What are we doing with it now?<br />(The apps)<br />
  • 28. Delivering the UK contribution to Europeana...<br />...more than 800k records from 80+ participating institutions<br />
  • 29. Delivering cultural content to the BBC...<br />...20 participating organisations contributing to the BBC Centuryshare Project<br />
  • 30. Delivering cultural content to Google...<br />...fully indexed and linking back to the institutions<br />
  • 31. Providing hosted search...<br />...a simple query-builder which lets anyone tailor their own search of cultural content and embed it in their own site<br />
  • 32. Supporting collections mapping &amp; subject specialism...<br />...providing the Culture Grid as a platform for Museums Galleries Scotland, Inspire, Reading Agency and a range of others to map and share their collections<br />
  • 33. Delivering Cultural Content into Wikipedia...<br />...enabling Wikimedians to embed and enrich cultural content in their articles<br />
  • 34. Who likes it?<br />
  • 35. Tim Berners-Lee (Linked Data Czar)<br />Sion Simon (Creative Industries Minister)<br />Ed Vaizey(Shadow Culture Minister)<br />EMI<br />Wikipedia<br />Flickr<br />Outside of New Zealand, this is world-beating technology delivering public value.<br />
  • 36. The possibilities are infinite<br />

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