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DE Conferentie 2007 Jill Cousins

  1. 1. Het Europees PerspectiefThe EuropeanDigital Library DEN Conference, Rotterdam 13 December 2007 Jill Cousins
  2. 2. OutlineVisionWhat has happened,What is happeningWhat you can doWhat will you get out of a EuropeanDigital Library
  3. 3. EU Vision for a European digital library“A common multilingual access point would make itpossible to search Europe’s distributed – that is to say,held in different places by different organisations –digital cultural heritage online. Such an access pointwould increase its visibility and underline commonfeatures. The access point should build on existinginitiatives such as The European Library (TEL), inwhich Europe’s libraries already cooperate. It shouldwhere possible closely associate private holders ofrights in cultural material and all interestedstakeholders. A strong commitment by the Memberstates and cultural institutions to arrive at such anaccess point should be encouraged.” European Union Communiqué August 2006
  4. 4. With these goalsEnd 2006 full collaboration among EU national libraries.From 2007 collaboration to be expanded to archives andmuseums.2,000,000 books, films, photographs, manuscripts, andother cultural works accessible by 2008At least 6,000,000 works by 2010
  5. 5. Si mystérieux De tes traîtres yeux, Brillant à travers leurs larmes. Là, tout nest quordre et beauté, Luxe, calme et volupté. Des meubles luisants, Polis par les ans, Décoreraient notre chambre; Les plus rares fleurs Mêlant leurs odeurs Aux vagues senteurs de lambre, Les riches plafonds, Les miroirs profonds, La splendeur orientale, Tout y parlerait À lâme en secret Sa douce langue natale. Là, tout nest quordre et beauté, Luxe, calme et volupté. Vois sur ces canaux Dormir ces vaisseauxBy November vagabonde; Dont lhumeur est 2008 Cest pour assouvir Ton moindre désir
  6. 6. What has happenedThe European Library started as an EU funded project, led by The BritishLibrary – now fully operational service housed in the Koninklijke Bibliotheek,Owned by CENL, funded solely by the National Libraries, The EuropeanLibrary has been live since 17 March 2005Digital Collections from 32 National Libraries - Austria, Belgium, Croatia,Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany,Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy-Florence, Italy-Rome, Latvia,Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway,Poland, Portugal, Russia-Moscow, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,Sweden, Switzerland, UK2008 most of the remaining national libraries of CENL will be added –45 of47 national librariesNovember 8, 2007 Stichting European Digital Library set up.
  7. 7. Purpose: • to provide cross-domain access to Europe’s cultural heritage. So the Foundation will: • facilitate formal agreement across museums, archives, audio-visual archives and libraries on how to cooperate in the delivery and sustainability of a joint portal. • provide a legal framework for use by the EU for funding purposes and as a springboard for future governance.
  8. 8. Pan European Association Board of Participants Executive BoardPurpose:EURBICA European Regional Branch of Intl. Council on Martine de Boisdeffre Archives • to provide cross-domain access to Europe’s culturalFIAT Edwin van Huis heritage. Intl. Fed. of Television Archives Claudia DillmannACE Association Cinémathèques Europeennes Massimo NegriEMF European Museums ForumCENL So the FoundationEuropean National Librarians Conference of will: Elisabeth NiggemannLIBER facilitate formal agreement across Recherche Hans Geleijnse • Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de museums, archives,MICHAEL Multilingual Inventory of Cultural Heritage in Europe audio-visual archives and libraries on how to cooperate Christophe DessauxKB in the delivery and sustainability of a joint portal. Drimmelen National Library of The Netherlands Wim vanICOM Europe International Council of Museums EuropeCERL• provide a legalof European Research Libraries the EU for funding Consortium framework for use byINA purposes and as a springboard for future governance. Institut Audiovisuel, France NEW November 2007BA BundesArchive, Germany
  9. 9. Foundation Elected Officers : – Chair: Elisabeth Niggemann, CENL, – Vice Chair: Martine de Boisdeffre, EURBICA – Secretary: Wim van Drimmelen, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Host organisation – Treasurer: Edwin van Huis, FIAT
  10. 10. What is happening now? EDLnet• Archives• Audio-Visual Archives• Libraries• Museums Thematic Partner Network
  11. 11. EDLnet• started July 07• Delivers: – a governance and organisational model for a real EDL – Complete – a maquette, Due January 30, 2008 – a prototype for the European Digital Library containing cross domain content – Final due November 2008 – a set of interoperability requirements Final due November 2008 – a network of individuals across the domain - Ongoing• Using Work Packages of EDLnet• Your content and expertise
  12. 12. EDLnet Thematic Partner Network Work PackagesWP3 – Users for UsabilityUser requirements for MaquetteUser testing – focus groups, surveys i ty a bilPrototype 1-3– user testing, mouse Us WP S e & rs 2 T m anclick registration, logfile analysis se ec tic U P3 hn WWP2- Technical & Semantic ica & lInteroperabilityAccess, metadata schemas,language, search and displaysolutions WP1 Human, Political & IntercommunityWP1 Human, Political &IntercommunityGovernanceOrganisational StructureRoadmapBusiness Model
  13. 13. Maquette will tell a story –These Boots were Made for Working
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  22. 22. These Boots were Made for Working http://www.bl.uk/learning/langlit/changlang/activities/lang/chaucer/chaucerpage1.html
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  25. 25. What can you doBecome part of EDLnet Thematic Partner Network Contribute expertise Contribute content Standardise contentDevelop the National PortalContribute to a European portale.g.: EFG, EDLLocal, APEnetDigitise more material
  26. 26. What can you do Content ThemesWe want everything but particularly if you have: Cities Cities of the future / cities of the past Migration & diaspora Trade & industry Design, shopping and urban cool Pox, cholera & the plague: the route to urban health Archaeology and architecture Utopias and cities of the imagination Riot and disorder Palaces and politics Music Social Life Religion War/International Conflict Building & Construction Art Travel & Tourism Changing Borders
  27. 27. What will you and your users get TheAPI’s & harvestibleWeb Services rest Learning EDL AP Environments W I eb se Tourist sites rv ice API Access to European funding
  28. 28. The roadmap to a European Digital Library Prototype & Beyond Project User Prototype plan requirements maquette 1&2 EDL Future Organisation User ResearchGovernance testing Content An Themes operational Website serviceJuly design2007 Oct 07 Nov 07 Feb 08 Mar 08 Aug 08 Nov 08
  29. 29. European Digital Library contribution

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