Accurator: Consolidation and Integration of Annotations

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Presentation by Saskia Scheltjens (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam) on October 31st 2016 at the workshop Two Birds, One Stone: Bridging cultural heritage collections with crowds and niches.

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Accurator: Consolidation and Integration of Annotations

  1. 1. Hilversum – DIGIBIRD workshop October 31st , 2016 ACCURATOR Annotations @ Saskia Scheltjens Head of Research Services department
  2. 2. Credits • Lizzy Jongma (RMA) • Geertje Jacobs (RMA) • Henrike Hövelmann (RMA) • Trineke Kamerling (RMA) • Lora Aroya (VU) • Chris Dijkshoorn (VU) • & all others involved ….
  3. 3. Facts and Figures Rijksmuseum collection National Museum of Art ánd History Largest art historical collection online Physical Collection Collection of ~1,200,000 objects Print collection ~700.000 prints Artworks on display ~8.000 (in flux) Digital Collection + 650,000 object metadata records 572.793 object metadata online 274.718 high res images online in CC0
  4. 4. Facts and Figures Research Project (2011 – 2015) Cooperation with RMA • Workpackage 6 : Personalized semantic search • Workpackage 7 : User interfaces for cultural heritage media (UI)
  5. 5. Facts and Figures Research Project (1-4/2016) Cooperation with RMA • Continuation of SEALINKMedia Project (WP6) • Valorization project • Targeted audience engagement of images via crowdsourcing (nichesourcing)
  6. 6. Events • October 4th, 2015 – Bird Watching in the Rijksmuseum - annotation event https://sealincmedia.wordpress.com/activities/birdwatching-rijksmuseum • February 5th , 2016 - Kick-off meeting DigiBird project https://sealincmedia.wordpress.com/2016/02/12/digibird-kickoff-meeting • April 23rd , 2016 – Stich by Stich – annotation event https://sealincmedia.wordpress.com/2016/03/31/stitch-by-stitch-annotatin g-fashion-at-the-rijksmuseum • October 31th, 2016 - Final workshop https://sealincmedia.wordpress.com/2016/10/06/one-stone
  7. 7. Photo by Romaine - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Vogelen_in_het_Rijksmuseum-bovenaf.jpg October 4th , 2015 – Bird Watching in the Rijksmuseum
  8. 8. REORGANISATION Reorganisation Rijksmuseum Research Services (February – May 2016) • Centralisaton of different departments & new mission • Focus on integrated collection information management Centralised former (sub-)departments • Collection Systems & Data Management • Rijksmuseum Research Library • Collection Documentation • Study Room / Print Room
  9. 9. Head of Research Services Research Library Curator Library Collections Coordinator Library Administration Information specialists Library Collection Information Coordinator Collection Information Information Specialists Collection IT Project leader Information systems Data manager Application manager Collection Application manager Library Study & Reading Room Coordinator Study- & Reading Room Information Specialists Stacks Coordinator Depot Technical Staff Management Assistant New positions (7) Vacancies for existing positions (2) Summer-Autumn 2016 + project add-ons + project add-ons + project add-ons + project add-ons + project add-ons (2) Organization chart Research Services
  10. 10. Concerns • Consolidation of past research results • Ingestion of annotation data from past events • Collection data infrastructure embedded in RMA IT architecture & policy • Data Modelling (CIDOC –CRM / EDM) • Setting up & maintaining an integrated semantic collection data architecture & infrastructure • R&D in cooperation with external partners but also in alignment with RMA (Collection) IT policy
  11. 11. Part of ‘De menagerie’ by Melchior d' Hondecoeter, ca. 1690 http://hdl.handle.net/10934/RM0001.COLLECT.8744

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