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Europeana 2019 - Connect Communities - 27-28 November 2019 - Auditorium

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Slides 2 - 39:Europeana Network Association General Assembly by Marco de Niet, Georgia Angelaki, Erwin Verbruggen, Fred Truyen and Sara Di Giorgio
Slide 40: Keynote Frédéric Kaplan
Slide 41: State Secretary Angela Ferreira
Slide 42: Wrap up day one by Marco de Niet
Slide 45: Welcome by Marco de Niet
Slide 46: Welcome by Maria Ines Cordeiro
Slide 47: Europeana Strategy 2020+ by Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak
Slides 48 - 142: Developments at Europeana by Harry Verwayen
Slides 143 - 147: Welcome & Introduction to the conference programme by Marco de Niet
Slides 149 - 191: The Europeana Innovation Agenda highlights by Ina Blümel, Johan Oomen, Sara Di Giorgio, Lorna Hughes, Pedro Santos and Andy Neale
Slides 193 - 194: Introduction of the afternoon programme by Fred Truyen
Slides 195 - 231: We transform the world with culture by Harry Verwayen, Elisabeth Niggemann, Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak, Katherine Heid and Merete Sanderhoff
Slides 232 - : The Europeana Innovation Agenda highlights by Gregory Markus, Chris Dijkshoorn, Maarten Dammers and Harald Sack
Slide 285: Pitch your project (See pitch your project presentation slides)
Slides 286 - 290: Unsung Heroes by Marco de Niet
Slides 291 - 292: Wrap up and closure of day two by Sara Di Giorgio

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Europeana 2019 - Connect Communities - 27-28 November 2019 - Auditorium

  1. 1. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY EUROPEANA 2019 CONNECT COMMUNITIES 27 Nov 2019 | LISBON WIFI Login: SSID: BNP-WIFI Password: 1214EB0257
  2. 2. EUROPEANA NETWORK ASSOCIATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY #Europeana2019 #EuropeanaCommunities Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain WIFI Login: SSID: BNP-WIFI Password: 1214EB0257
  3. 3. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Marco de Niet Chair, Europeana Network Association Management Board Introduction Leiden University Libraries
  4. 4. “Writer pays homage to lost love and a dying Europe” Photo: Gelya Bogatishcheva
  5. 5. Welcome WE ARE THE EUROPEANA NETWORK ASSOCIATION! Vienna, 5 December 2018
  6. 6. Introduction WE ARE THE COMMUNITY THAT SHAPES EUROPEANA The Europeana Network Association is a strong and democratic community of experts working in the field of digital heritage. We are united by a shared mission to expand and improve access to Europe's digital cultural heritage via Europeana and other services in the Europeana ecosystem.
  7. 7. REPRESENTS COMMUNITY INTERESTS REPRESENTS AGGREGATOR INTERESTS OPERATES Europeana DSI/platform Organisation
  8. 8. > 2.600 !
  9. 9. 1. Minutes of General Assembly 2018 (Marco de Niet) 2. ENA Annual Report 2019 (Georgia Angelaki) 3. ENA Activity Plan 2020 (Erwin Verbruggen) 4. ENA Financial Reporting 2018 / 2019 / 2020 (Fred Truyen) 5. Approval of these documents (Sara Di Giorgio) Agenda - General Assembly 2019
  10. 10. Minutes - General Assembly 2018 QUESTIONS, ADDITIONS OR COMMENTS? 1. Attendees 2. Opening & Introduction (Highlights 2018 & Priorities 2019) 3. Minutes (General Assembly 2017) 4. Network Association (Annual Report 2018 & Activity Plan 2019) 5. Financial Reports (Financial report 2017 & Provisional budget 2019) 6. Launch (Elections & Voting)
  11. 11. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Georgia Angelaki Vice-chair, Europeana Network Association Management Board National Documentation Center of Greece ENA ANNUAL REPORT / HIGHLIGHTS 2019
  12. 12. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 A Year of big changes and big challenges
  13. 13. Members Council ● 2 physical meetings ● 1 virtual meeting ● Community draft work plans ● SG, TFs, Standing Committees (Governance, ENA Annual Event) Raised a strong voice for the relevance of the CH domain to the climate change and made sure this conference is as environment-friendly as possible Annual Report / Highlights 2019
  14. 14. ENA Communities Highlights ● 600 new members ● Established Steering Groups ● Published a work plan for each community ● Various collaboration and communications tools in place (ie slack, basecamp, mailing lists, online and physical meetings, community events, social media, blog posts) Driving force of this year’s Europeana main Conference and pre-conference workshops Annual Report / Highlights 2019
  15. 15. Annual Report / Highlights 2019
  16. 16. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 Europeana Tech Community I 1,084 members Leading the way with technological innovation Clemens Neudecker (Chair), Gregory Marcus (Manager) ● 3 Tech Insight Issues: Generous Interfaces, Pelagios, OCR ● 3D Content in Europeana TF- recommendations ready ● User annotations TF- work in progress ● New version of the EPF by the Data Quality Committee ● Europeana 2019 sessions: IIIF and 3D workshops, Innovation Agenda Session
  17. 17. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 Europeana Research Community I 561 ENA members Promoting digital cultural heritage as a source for research Sara Di Giorgio (Chair), Alba Irollo (Manager) ● Research Community Members Profiles & Needs Survey ● SSH Researchers’ Requirements TF Survey- in progress ● Research Grants Programme: 70+ applications ● Outreach activities: Dariah Annual Event, etc ● Europeana 2019: 1 pre-conference event (EOSC) and 1 session on how-to implement FAIR data principles
  18. 18. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 Europeana Education I 506 members Embedding Digital CH in the formal and informal Education Frederik Truyen (Chair), Isabel Crespo (Manager) ● Community members profiles and interests survey ● Guide to using Europeana in Education translated in 9 languages ● Local event organised in the Cluj county with history teachers ● Erasmus+ KA3 project Crowd Dreaming ● Exploring synergies meeting with representatives of education departments in Portuguese museums in collaboration with NEMO, ICOM-Portugal and the Portuguese Ministry of Culture
  19. 19. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 Europeana Impact I 366 members Developing tools & methodologies to measure the impact of CH Maria Drabczyk (Chair), Julia Fallon (Manager) ● Kick-started the development of Phase II of the Impact Playbook ● Showcased the IP at various events (LIBER’s webinar, etc) ● Impact lite workshop at Europeana 2019, ICOM Slovakia, , Digital Cultures Workshop in Lviv, etc ● Community survey to understand the profiles and needs ● Young Professionals TF
  20. 20. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 Europeana Copyright I 300 ENA members Supporting professionals in the CH to navigate copyright Karin Glasemann (Chair), Ariadna Matas (Manager) ● Diffused information around the new EU Copyright Directive 2019/790 ● Organised a symposium in Brussels with the Commission and Rightsholders ● Nurtures the discussions on the implementation of the Directive at national level and the development of the Out-of-Commerce works portal at EUIPO ● Maintains an experts’ list ● Community members profile and interests survey ● Europeana 2019 sessions
  21. 21. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 Europeana Communicators I 339 ENA members Using comms to help put digital CH at the heart of Europe’s future Peter Soemer (Chair), Beth Daley (Manager) ● Members’ survey and an election campaign for a new SG ● Monthly newsletter ● Support of EF campaigns (Women’s Season, Europe at Work, etc) ● Solve-it webinar on Digital Storytelling ● Enhance ENA members’ engagement on social media: #alleculture and #europeanacommunities
  22. 22. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 Europeana Management Board Growing & Empowering ENA ● Shaped the vision for ENA ● 12 meetings (virtual and physical) ● Oversaw the Communities’ work progress ● Contributed to the Commission’s Europeana Initiative Strategy at the DCHE Expert Group ● Provided input to Europeana Foundation’s Strategy, new Vision & Mission and new Governance Structure
  23. 23. Annual Report / Highlights 2019 Be involved! ● network@europeana.eu ● Europeana Pro Community Pages ● Mailing list ● Linkedin group ● #AllezCulture #EuropeanaCommuities
  24. 24. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Erwin Verbruggen Europeana Network Association Management Board Netherlands Institute for Sounds and Vision ENA ACTIVITY PLAN 2020
  25. 25. Activity Plan 2020 GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ● make the Europeana platform more widely used ● make the Europeana community more widely known ● build a network that raises awareness of the work Europeana does ● multiply the knowledge and services that result from this work
  26. 26. Q1: Jan - Mar 2020 REVIEW & ASSESS ● Task Forces review and approval ● Task Force and Communities’ work plans approval ● ENA impact assessment survey 📧
  27. 27. Q2: Apr - Jun 2020 GUIDE & PREPARE ● Europeana Pro website expected to go live 🙌 ● 2020 ENA Membership campaign kicks off
  28. 28. Q3: Jul - Sep 2020 PREP SEASON ● Start of the 2020 elections and voting preparations ● 2020 General Assembly preparations
  29. 29. Q4: Oct - Dec 2020 VOTING & EVALUATING ● Launch of the 2020 elections ● Community work plan evaluation ● Delivery of Task Force recommendations ● Results announcement and wrap-up of the 2020 elections and voting
  30. 30. MEETINGS! BUILDING COMMUNITIES ● 6 ENA Communities (further communities?) ● Members Council (2 meetings / 36 members) ● Management Board (up to 3 meetings) ● 2020 AGM BA meeting York Wellcome Collection / Wellcome Collection (/9200579/w6xwqqu4) Usage/Licence: Link to rights information
  31. 31. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Frederik Truyen Treasurer, Europeana Network Association Management Board KU Leuven ENA FINANCES
  32. 32. Financial Report 2018 The General Assembly is asked to approve the 2018 Financial Report of the Europeana Network Association. The information contained in this document is based on the financial administration maintained by Europeana Foundation on behalf of the Association. All funding for the Europeana Network Association is provided by the Europeana Foundation from the Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure funding (DSI4). The Budget for 2018 was approved by the Europeana Network Association AGM on 6 December 2017. The operation budget consists of three categories of expenses: ● travel costs related to the Members Council and Management Board ● other costs (elections and meeting related costs) ● funding for Task Forces.
  33. 33. In total, the Association spent €6.838 less than budgeted. This underspend is primarily due to the Task Forces spending significantly less than anticipated. The overspend on other costs mainly consists of venue and catering costs for the Members Council meetings and was partially balanced by a corresponding underspend for travel costs. Budget category Total budget 2018 Expenditure s In % Result Travel costs MC/MB meetings 23.000 25.540 111,0% (2.540) Other costs 2.000 5.705 285,3% (3.705) Task Forces 21.000 7.917 37,7% 13.083 46.000 39.162 85,1% 6.838 Financial Report 2018
  34. 34. 2019 Budget Update Budget category Total budget 2019 Actual costs In % Forecast Nov.-Dec Total forecast Budget remaining Additional comments * Travel & meeting costs MB/MC meetings 24,000 11,095 46.23% 15,205 26,300 -2,300 Higher total costs because of 2 extra physical meeting (The Hague/Leiden) * Other costs (elections) 2,500 180 7.19% 1020 1200 1,300 Costs for elections much lower, no other costs necessary * Communities & Task Forces 23,000 4,907 21.33% 10,693 15,600 7,400 Underspent, because less TF meetings and less costs for community activities 49,500 16,182 32.69% 26,418 42,600 6,400
  35. 35. 2020 Budget Proposal Action proposed The General Assembly is asked to approve the 2020 operation budget of the Europeana Network Association. All funding for the Europeana Network Association is provided by the Europeana Foundation from the Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure funding (DSI4). The proposal for 2020 budget below is based on the Foundation's contribution to the activities of the Association amounting to €49.500 per year. The operation budget will consist of three categories of expenses: ● travel costs related to the Members Council and Management Board ● other costs (elections and meeting related costs) ● funding for the Association Communities and their Task Forces.
  36. 36. Budget category Proposed budget Travel & meeting costs (MB/MC meetings) 24,000 Other costs (elections) 2,500 Communities & Task Forces 23,000 Total 49,500 All funding for the 2020 budget comes from the Europeana DSI budget and has been secured at this stage. 2020 Budget Proposal
  37. 37. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Sara Di Giorgio Europeana Network Association Management Board CulturaItalia VOTING & APPROVAL PROCESS
  38. 38. Voting & Approval Process Every decision taken here will be accepted provisionally, under the conditions that the required majority votes in favour of it during the following voting period. ● Minutes of the 2018 General Assembly meeting ● ENA Annual report 2019 ● Activity plan 2020 ● Financial report 2018 ● Budget 2020
  39. 39. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Frédéric Kaplan Digital Humanities Chair Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  40. 40. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Ângela Ferreira Secretary of State of Culture Ministry of Culture Portugal
  41. 41. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Marco de Niet Chair, Europeana Network Association Management Board Wrap up Leiden University Libraries
  42. 42. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY EUROPEANA 2019 CONNECT COMMUNITIES 28 Nov 2019 | LISBON
  43. 43. #Europeana2019 #EuropeanaCommunities Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain WIFI Login (SSID): BNP-WIFI Password: 1214EB0257
  44. 44. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Marco de Niet Chair, Europeana Network Association Management Board Welcome Leiden University Libraries
  45. 45. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Maria Inês Cordeiro Director National Library of Portugal
  46. 46. Rehana Schwinninger- Ladak Head of Unit DG Connect European Commission The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY
  47. 47. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Harry Verwayen Executive Director Europeana Foundation ‘Digital transformation’ An epic journey
  48. 48. Obrigado! National LIbrary of Portugal, CC BY
  49. 49. A map of the world c. 1600, Welcome Turst CC BY
  50. 50. Mirror World Kevin Kelly
  51. 51. 10 perspectives on the future of digital culture CC BY-SA A world that is challenged
  52. 52. What’s our role? Europeana Party People @ Christmas party, CC BY
  53. 53. Communities Quality Engagement
  54. 54. 1 Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Developing resilient communities
  55. 55. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Let’s talk about you first
  56. 56. 37 Countries
  57. 57. Interieur fabriek Wolseley auto's met arbeider, Rijksmuseum, The Netherlands, Public Domain Lisbon 2019 Returning New
  58. 58. 3D Internal structure of the lungs, 3D printed plastic The United Kingdom, CC-BY Wellcome Collection Dave Farnham ‘Portraitkopf eines Mannes’, Arachne. Germany, CC BY.
  59. 59. Impact Communicators Education Research Copyright Tech
  60. 60. A stunning programme of speakers
  61. 61. Start Finish
  62. 62. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain We are not alone
  63. 63. Europeana Wiki ViMM EOSC IIIF DPLA (US) NDLI (India) Digital NZ China Brazil Japan search Time Machine
  64. 64. Europeana Wiki ViMM EOSC IIIF DPLA (US) NDLI (India) Digital NZ China Brazil Japan search Time Machine MOU Pagode
  65. 65. Europeana Wiki ViMM EOSC IIIF DPLA (US) NDLI (India) Digital NZ China Brazil Japan search Time Machine
  66. 66. Europeana Wiki ViMM EOSC IIIF DPLA (US) NDLI (India) Digital NZ China Brazil Japan search Time Machine
  67. 67. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain “Time Machine foresees to design and implement advanced new digitisation and Artificial Intelligence technologies to mine Europe’s vast cultural heritage”
  68. 68. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain How does that relate to us?
  69. 69. Developing a partnership with Europeana R&D in AI and machine learning
  70. 70. Developing a partnership with Europeana Enhanced technical infrastructures and data models
  71. 71. Developing a partnership with Europeana Enhanced legal tools and rights frameworks
  72. 72. Developing a partnership with Europeana Massively increasing digital output
  73. 73. Developing a partnership with Europeana Creating new opportunities for Europeana Network members for learning, sharing and funding
  74. 74. 2 Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Taking ‘quality’ to the next level
  75. 75. 2015→ Publishing Framework- Content
  76. 76. 2020→ Dashboard v0.2
  77. 77. Content quality breakdown 20% 32% 16% 7% 25%
  78. 78. 40% 20% 9% 31% Without tier 0
  79. 79. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain It’s not just about the numbers, is it?!
  80. 80. Värmdö kommuns bildarkiv (SOCH) GIF by Markus Steiger in Zurich (GIF IT UP 2019)
  81. 81. Bor Mine dataset (National Library Serbia)
  82. 82. National Library of Lithuania
  83. 83. 2019→ Publishing Framework Metadata
  84. 84. Metadata breakdown + Language + context Baseline
  85. 85. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain How does that scale?
  86. 86. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Developing our network of partners
  87. 87. 31 All accredited partners in the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain PS UMA DNB EIE ICCU LT NISV PCSS BNP INPNUK NBS MCD KUL DCJM EF FH APE CA EFG Elocal ES EUS FH BNF JHN MIM KR MUS MuM OU = National Aggregator = Domain Aggregator MSS
  88. 88. 32 All accredited partners in the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain PS UMA DNB EIE ICCU LT NISV PCSS BNP INPNUK NBS MCD KUL DCJM EF FH APE CA EFG Elocal ES EUS FH BNF JHN MIM KR MUS MuM OU = National Aggregator = Domain Aggregator MSS FNL Formula Aggregation Service of the National Library of Finland = Newly Accredited
  89. 89. 33 All accredited partners in the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain PS UMA DNB EIE ICCU LT NISV PCSS BNP INPNUK NBS MCD KUL DCJM EF FH APE CA EFG Elocal ES EUS FH BNF JHN MIM KR MUS MuM OU = National Aggregator = Domain Aggregator MSS LV Latvian National E-content Aggregator = Newly Accredited
  90. 90. 34 All accredited partners in the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain PS UMA DNB EIE ICCU LT NISV PCSS BNP INPNUK NBS MCD KUL DCJM EF FH APE CA EFG Elocal ES EUS FH BNF JHN MIM KR MUS MuM OU = National Aggregator = Domain Aggregator MSS LV FNL CDL Czech Digital Library / Česká digitální knihovna = Newly Accredited
  91. 91. 35 All accredited partners in the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain PS UMA DNB EIE ICCU LT NISV PCSS BNP INPNUK NBS MCD KUL DCJM EF FH APE CA EFG Elocal ES EUS FH BNF JHN MIM KR MUS MuM OU = National Aggregator = Domain Aggregator MOT MSS LV FNL CDL Moteur Collections = Newly Accredited
  92. 92. 36 All accredited partners in the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain PS UMA DNB EIE ICCU LT NISV PCSS BNP INPNUK NBS MCD KUL DCJM EF FH APE CA EFG Elocal ES EUS FH BNF JHN MIM KR MUS MuM OU = National Aggregator = Domain Aggregator MOT MSS LV FNL CDL MS Manuscriptorium = Newly Accredited
  93. 93. 37 All accredited partners in the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain PS UMA DNB EIE ICCU LT NISV PCSS BNP INPNUK NBS MCD KUL DCJM EF FH APE CA EFG Elocal ES EUS FH BNF JHN MIM KR MUS MuM OU = National Aggregator = Domain Aggregator MOT MSS DRI LV FNL CDL MS Digital Repository of Ireland = Newly Accredited
  94. 94. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Taking our work global
  95. 95. Statements for works that are not in copyright Statements for works where the copyright status is unclear Statements for works that are in copyright Working towards adoption of rights standards
  96. 96. A global consortium of members
  97. 97. Working towards adoption of rights standards
  98. 98. PUBLISHED IN 7 EUROPEAN LANGUAGES (5 UNDER DEVELOPMENT) Making global standards local
  99. 99. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Cultural policy
  100. 100. Commission Recommendation on the digitisation and online accessibility of cultural material and digital preservation 2011 Recommendations
  101. 101. 75% Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Have or work on an aggregator
  102. 102. 33% Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Make publishing on europeana mandatory
  103. 103. 50% Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Use RightsStatements.org
  104. 104. 3 Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Design new and better forms of engagement
  105. 105. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain We have Important stories to tell
  106. 106. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain On the ground...
  107. 107. Orange Growing packaging of 'Sunkist' oranges from California, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Public Domain ‘For the next generation we should leave an idea of how we lived, how we worked, with whom we have interacted, and tell our story’ António Gamito, Ambassador of Portugal to Luxembourg
  108. 108. 11 11 events in 10 countries: in cities, towns and villages Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  109. 109. Orange Growing packaging of 'Sunkist' oranges from California, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Public Domain SHARE YOUR STORY! EUROPEANA POP-UP SPACE
  110. 110. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain ...And on the web
  111. 111. + 13.4% Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain visitors
  112. 112. Revamping our online presence Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  113. 113. Search is now 50% faster
  114. 114. demo.europeana.eu Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  115. 115. What are you most excited about?
  116. 116. 10 perspectives on the future of digital culture CC BY-SA Brian Sexton “activation phenomenon”
  117. 117. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain One more thing...
  118. 118. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain One more thing...
  119. 119. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain TRAVEL 37.800 kg CO2e per year
  120. 120. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain IT SERVICES 113.700 kg CO2e per year TRAVEL 37.800 kg CO2e per year
  121. 121. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain OFFICE 127.600 kg CO2e per year IT SERVICES 113.700 kg CO2e per year TRAVEL 37.800 kg CO2e per year
  122. 122. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain + 216 Trees planted (Trees for All)
  123. 123. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Paper (we use Sched) 0
  124. 124. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain 0 single use plastic bottles (we’ve teamed up with EPAL)
  125. 125. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain 75% Vegetarian food
  126. 126. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain “If we transform the world with culture, we ought to be the first to rise” Barbara Fisher
  127. 127. Thank you Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  128. 128. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Marco de Niet Leiden University Libraries Chair, Europeana Network Association Management Board
  129. 129. Today’s programme 11:00 - 12:25 Parallel sessions The Europeana Innovation Agenda highlights 1 (Auditorium) Shaping the future of education with cultural heritage (Room 1) Introduction to impact workshop (Room 2) 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch, demonstrations and networking
  130. 130. Today’s programme 14:00 - 15:00 Plenary session with panel discussion on digital transformation The Europeana Innovation Agenda highlights 2 (Auditorium) Multilingual access and machine translation (Room 1) 15:00 - 16:30 Parallel sessions Music to my ears, making rights understandable (Room 2) 16:30 - 17:00 Coffee break Talk to the European Commission (Room 3)
  131. 131. Today’s programme 17:05 - 18:00 Pitch your project sessions (10 speeddates with the audience) 18:00 - 18:15 Unsung heroes award ceremony 18:15 - 18:30 Wrap up 18:30 - 19:15 Library tour (reservations only) 19:15 - 22:15 Dinner & Groups picture
  132. 132. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY BREAK #Europeana2019 #EuropeanaCommunities
  133. 133. The Europeana Innovation Agenda highlights Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Moderated by Ina Blümel German National Library of Science and Technology
  134. 134. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Johan Oomen Head of Research and Development Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision ‘Introduction to Innovation Agenda’
  135. 135. Europeana Innovation Task Force Members • Antoine Isaac Europeana Foundation • Johan Oomen (chair) The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision • Julia Schellenberg Europeana Foundation • Lora Aroyo University of Amsterdam • Lorna Hughes University of Glasgow • Max Kaiser Austrian National Library • Milena Popova Europeana Foundation • Monika Hagedorn-Saupe Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz • Rasa Bocyte The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision • Victor-Jan Vos Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA
  136. 136. On May 15-16th delegates from the global cultural heritage sector joined for the 3rd international EuropenaTech Conference that focused on topics such as search and discovery, delivery, data modelling, enrichment and much more. This event offered a unique platform to share expertise and debate the future of tech in the cultural heritage sector. EuropenaTech 2018
  137. 137. WHAT DOES THE COMMUNITY THINK?
  138. 138. Research & Innovation Areas Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA
  139. 139. Institutional Strategy & Impact Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Opening Up & Reaching Out Maximising User Engagement Frameworks for Sustainable Collaborations Skills for Cultural Heritage Professionals
  140. 140. Europeana Collections(Andy Neale)
  141. 141. Storytelling & Immersive Experiences Data Quality, Usability and Retrieval Digitisation and Digital Durability Digging into Data Infrastructure for Secure, Trustable & Shareable Content Technological Innovation Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA
  142. 142. Rijksmuseum LOUD(Chris Dijkshoorn)
  143. 143. New Routes to Funding Economic Innovation Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Valorisation of Cultural Assets
  144. 144. Research Grants(Lorna Hughes)
  145. 145. Social Impact Cultural Heritage for Education Social Change Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA
  146. 146. Example: GLAM-Wiki(Maarten Dammers)
  147. 147. Innovation Task Force CC BY-SA We use this model to identify which action we should take. Assessing & Clustering the Topics Survey in November 2018
  148. 148. https://pro.europeana.eu/page/europeana-innova tion-agenda
  149. 149. Your turn! What should be added in the 2020 revision? If you return the post card, we will send it to you!
  150. 150. Europeana Impact Framework How do we know we are making a difference?
  151. 151. ...adding Innovation to the Impact Framework
  152. 152. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Sara Di Giorgio CulturaItalia project manager Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries and Bibliographic Information (ICCU) ‘Understanding Researchers’ Needs’
  153. 153. INNOVATE OR DIE! Innovation is the process that takes new ideas and implements them in a way that creates value in solving unmet needs...
  154. 154. TASK FORCE ON RESEARCHERS’ NEEDS Sara Di Giorgio, Chair Steven Claeyssens, National Library of the Netherlands Alba Irollo - Europeana Office Representative Francesca Di Donato, Net7 srl, Italy Georgia Angelaki - Greek National Documentation Centre Milena Dobreva UCL Qatar Erik Buelinckx, Belgium Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage Maria Engberg, Malmö University Tamara Butigan, National Library of Serbia Sergiu Gordea, Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
  155. 155. RESEARCH REQUIREMENTS TF LAUNCHED IN APRIL 2019 ● Gain insights into researchers’ needs concerning the use of digitised or born-digital cultural heritage by: ○ analysing reports and journal articles ○ conducting a survey and interviews ● Work on recommendations for the benefit of the Europeana Foundation and the Europeana Network Association
  156. 156. REPORTS ANALYSIS TF analysed 31 reports on researchers’ needs ● Different points of view ● Need for a shared vision
  157. 157. THE SURVEY ● Conducted in October 2019 ● 377 respondents from 37 countries ● Information on: ○ Research questions ○ Accessing/Processing/ Publishing ○ Problems and issues ○ Skills and training ○ Awareness of EOSC
  158. 158. DCH & RESEARCH ● Textual 54% ● Visual 29% ● Audiovisual 6% ● Other 11%
  159. 159. ● 73,5% of the respondents are not aware ● 26,4 % of the respondents are aware Among the people who are aware: ● 4,18 % are inside of the Europeana Research Community ● 22,2 % are outside of the Europeana Research Community APIs AWARENESS
  160. 160. 15% of the respondents are aware of EOSC and indicated desirable services: ○ Long term data storage ○ Tools for data processing and analysis ○ 3D modelling, data citation, enrichment services and annotation tools EOSC AWARENESS
  161. 161. CONCLUSIONS TRANSITION TO RECOMMENDATIONS ● Tools and content requirements should cater to the increasingly multidisciplinary nature of research. ● Amplify partnerships and coordination actions for maximising the impact of DHC and co-create new innovative services. ● Awareness of existing initiatives, tools and facilities.
  162. 162. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks to Assoc. Prof. Milena Dobreva, her assistant Achira Bhattacharyya, Sergiu Gordea and Erik Buelinckx This presentation has been conceived together and Achira worked on data cleaning, analysis and providing the charts for presenting the survey's results.
  163. 163. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Lorna Hughes Professor in Digital Humanities University of Glasgow ‘EUROPEANA RESEARCH GRANTS PROGRAMME: EVENTS SUPPORTED IN 2020’
  164. 164. NEW FORMAT LAUNCHED IN 2019 ● To support events that bring together heritage professionals and researchers ● With a legacy, such as reports, white papers, videos. ● Thanks to an overall budget of 25,000 EUR.
  165. 165. 70+ APPLICATIONS 2019 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS ● 2019 Theme: Digital Cultural Heritage for Open Science ● 56.2 % of all proposals coming from universities and research institutes, 19,2% from CHIs. .
  166. 166. 1. MASTERCLASSES FOR OPEN DIGITAL CH ● Submitted by Dr Giovanni Colavizza, Assistant Professor at the University of Amsterdam, NL. ● To organise three masterclasses of one day where renowned experts or groups of researchers are hosted by three Dutch cultural heritage institutions between April and June 2020. ● Topics: Citizen-engaged heritage science; Participatory education and training; Organising and mentoring multidisciplinary research groups. AWARDED PROPOSALS
  167. 167. 2. A RESEARCH ENGINE FOR LINKED (OPEN) DATA RESEARCH ON THE CIRCULATION OF EUROPEAN AND NON-EUROPEAN ART. ● Submitted by Prof Koenraad Brosens, Full Professor at the KU Leuven, Belgium. ● To organise a public event in Brussels in March 2020. ● Topics: Linked Open Data/Data Reconciliation, Standardization and Interoperability, Web Publishing. AWARDED PROPOSALS
  168. 168. 3. ENRICHING METADATA - ENRICHING RESEARCH ● Submitted by Dr Åsa Larsonn, Project Leader at the Swedish National Heritage Board, in collaboration with Dr Anna Foka, Assistant Professor at Uppsala University, Sweden. ● To organise a three-day event in Stockholm in June 2020. ● Topic: How to find and enrich metadata. AWARDED PROPOSALS
  169. 169. 4. FAIR AND OPEN DATA. THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR HUMANITIES RESEARCHERS ● Submitted by Dr Kathryn Cassidy, Software Engineer at the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI). ● To organise a face-to-face training event in April 2020, in collaboration with RDA. ● Topic: Issues encountered by researchers as users and producers of FAIR Data. AWARDED PROPOSALS
  170. 170. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Pedro Santos Head of Department Cultural Heritage Digitization Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD ‘On the verge of 3D mass digitization- challenges and opportunities’
  171. 171. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Andy Neale Technical Director Europeana Foundation ‘Exploring the Europeana website demo’
  172. 172. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY BREAK #Europeana2019 #EuropeanaCommunities
  173. 173. Introduction of the afternoon programme Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  174. 174. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Fred Truyen Professor KU Leuven
  175. 175. “We transform the world with culture” Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Panel moderated by Harry Verwayen Elisabeth Niggemann German National Library Rehana Schwinninger-Ledak European Commission Katherine Heid European Economic and Social Committee Merete Sanderhoff The National Gallery of Denmark
  176. 176. “We transform the world with culture” Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Introduction to the topic: Elisabeth Niggemann
  177. 177. Digital transformation Europeana Party People @ Christmas party, CC BY Elisabeth Niggemann Chair EUROPEANA FOUNDATION
  178. 178. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Contribution to EU GDP by culture and creative sectors (Eurostats) 5.3% New Agenda for Culture
  179. 179. Automotive + Manufacturing + Chemical Industries Cultural + Creative Sector 8.7M 4.4M> Employment
  180. 180. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Annual growth 7%Annual growth 3.7% Of total EU employment
  181. 181. young professionals (15-29 yrs old) 19.1%
  182. 182. We support cultural heritage institutions in their digital transformation
  183. 183. Common Tech & data architecture Europeana Data Model
  184. 184. Common Policies & standards Europeana ● Licensing Framework ● Publishing Framework
  185. 185. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain 3.700 CHIs across Europe
  186. 186. EUROPEANA COLLECTIONS 58m Cultural heritage records Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain 2.5bln Information items
  187. 187. Websites & APIs Europeana Collections
  188. 188. Digital transformation of the CHI sector >CHI change their practices AdvocacyInnovation > institutions adopt common standards European Commission The change we are aiming for
  189. 189. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain I need to thank Europeana for accelerating the discussion and the decision making concerning our licensing policy here at the Finnish National Gallery. Dr. Riitta Ojanperä, Director, Collections Management, Finnish National Gallery “
  190. 190. The impact on the Finnish National Gallery 10.030 Objects CC → CC0 Licence
  191. 191. Receptiveness to change
  192. 192. Perceived value of the network
  193. 193. Enhanced learning capacity
  194. 194. Europeana migration campaign CC BY
  195. 195. The impact of The Migration Campaign 66% 71% 56% 71% More positive view of their identity Easier to express themselves Higher levels of self esteem Higher levels of self confidence
  196. 196. “We transform the world with culture” Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Opening statement: Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak
  197. 197. “We transform the world with culture” Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Opening statement: Katherine Heid
  198. 198. “We transform the world with culture” Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Opening statement: Merete Sanderhoff
  199. 199. 5 questions to 42 cultural agents ● What does the cultural landscape that you want to pass on to future generations look like? ● How is that reflected in your own practice? ● Do we need the arm’s length principle to govern the cultural sector? ● What can we live without in our cultural landscape? ● How can we increase the importance of culture on the political agenda?
  200. 200. “Today, there is probably not a single individual over the age of ten who hasn’t somehow been exposed to the concept of climate change. However, there’s quite a gap between first hearing about about it to gaining a physical experience of it. (…) Culture is a language that enables us to talk about topics that can feel rather abstract. One of its foremost characteristics is that it embodies its content. “ Olafur Eliasson, artist
  201. 201. “…we’re facing the greatest challenge in the history of our civilization. As a society, we have to solve the challenge of climate change. (…) Here, art can take on new meaning because it’s a language that enables people to understand complex issues with their emotions. For indiviual citizens, it’s incredibly difficult to translate an 800 page report from FN’s climate panel into something they can feel and act on.” Uffe Elbæk, leader of the Danish political party Alternativet
  202. 202. “Art fundamentally supports our ability to be human and function in society; to become citizens. It’s hard to fathom why politicians aren’t prioritizing culture and in fact put it at the top of the agenda. The act of looking at art and being creative is in essence Bildung. They want citizens to engage in society and be educated so why not start looking where those things already grow? (…) Creativity is fundamentally problem-solving. You have some kind of problem and you need to find a solution. The more you let your creativity guide you, the greater your ability to break free from what can feel like a locked situation.” Elizabeth Holstein, law student and cultural entrepreneur
  203. 203. medium.com/@MSanderhoff/making-sense- of-the-world-5e57cc6d25d4
  204. 204. “We transform the world with culture” Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Panel moderated by Harry Verwayen Elisabeth Niggemann German National Library Rehana Schwinninger-Ledak European Commission Katherine Heid European Economic and Social Committee Merete Sanderhoff The National Gallery of Denmark
  205. 205. The Europeana Innovation Agenda highlights Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain Moderated by Gregory Markus Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
  206. 206. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Coordinator Collection IT Rijksmuseum Chris Dijkshoorn ‘Linked Art at the Rijksmuseum’
  207. 207. Linked Art at the Rijksmuseum Chris Dijkshoorn @rasvaan Coordinator Collection IT Rijksmuseum
  208. 208. Linked Art Introduction Model API Linked Open Usable Data Community Overview
  209. 209. Linked Art Goals Create a community Come to a consensus on a shared model for art ● based on CIDOC-CRM ● serialized in JSON-LD Develop an API specification Linked Art Introduction
  210. 210. Why Linked Art Cultural heritage is global Overcome death by silo Create data that is easy to use Linked Art Introduction
  211. 211. Linked Art Model and CIDOC-CRM Linked Art Model Application profile Event-centric Common patterns
  212. 212. Usable vs Complete Model: Target Zone Linked Art Model
  213. 213. Usable vs Complete Model: Target Zone Linked Art Model Linked Art Profile CIDOC-CRM Dublin Core
  214. 214. Abstraction: Dublin Core Linked Art Model Nachtwacht “Officieren en andere schutters van wijk II in Amsterdam, onder leiding van kapitein Frans Banninck Cocq en luitenant Willem van Ruytenburch” dc:title dc:title “Nachtwacht” How to indicate the preferred title?
  215. 215. Abstraction: Dublin Core vs CIDOC-CRM Linked Art Model Nachtwacht “Officieren en andere schutters van wijk II in Amsterdam, onder leiding van kapitein Frans Banninck Cocq en luitenant Willem van Ruytenburch” Nachtwacht “Officieren en andere schutters van wijk II in Amsterdam, onder leiding van kapitein Frans Banninck Cocq en luitenant Willem van Ruytenburch” Title “Nachtwacht” Title Preferred terms dc:title cidoc: identified_by cidoc:has_ symbolic_ content cidoc:has_ symbolic_ content cidoc: identified_by cidoc: has_type dc:title “Nachtwacht”
  216. 216. Status Patterns Done ● Objects ● Depictions ● People and Organizations Work in progress ● Places ● Provenance (ownership history) ● Exhibitions ● Archives Linked Art Model
  217. 217. Iterative process Collaboratively Responsively Responsibly Focus on usability Linked Art Data Model
  218. 218. API design Discussed ● Design principles ● Partitioning In progress... Linked Art API
  219. 219. L.O.U.D. principles A. The right Abstraction for the audience B. Few Barriers to entry C. Comprehensible by introspection D. Documentation with working examples E. Few Exceptions, instead many consistent patterns Linked Open Usable Data
  220. 220. Rijksmuseum L.O.U.D.? Abstraction EDM and Dublin Core Barriers Harvest and load Comprehensible RDF/XML Documentation Limited docs Exceptions Tailored to usage Linked Open Usable Data
  221. 221. Getting L.O.U.D.! Documentation data services at data.rijksmuseum.nl Redesign collection-data architecture Data in context project Linked Open Usable Data
  222. 222. Who We Are ~20 members editorial board Originally organized by Getty Initially funded by ● Kress Foundation (USA) ● Arts & Humanities Research Council (UK) CIDOC Working Group Linked Art Community
  223. 223. Involved Institutions Academia Sinica The American Numismatics Society The Canadian Heritage Information Network Colby College Design for Context ETH Zurich Europeana FORTH The Frick Collection Harvard University (I Tatti) The Indianapolis Museum of Art J. Paul Getty Trust The Louvre Linked Art Community The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Museum of Modern Art (NY) National Gallery of Art (US) Oxford University (OERC) The Philadephia Museum of Art Princeton Art Museum Rijksmuseum (NL) The Smithsonian Institution The Victoria and Albert Museum Yale Center for British Art The Zeri Foundation
  224. 224. Get Involved! ● Biweekly calls ● Events ● Google Group https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/linked-art ● Slack e-mail rsanderson@getty.edu for invitation ● Github https://github.com/linked-art ● Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNASnutgByTdQH GehoOUlSA Linked Art Community
  225. 225. Linked Art at the Rijksmuseum Chris Dijkshoorn @rasvaan Coordinator Collection IT Rijksmuseum Many (slides) thanks to: Rob Sanderson J Paul Getty Trust Emmannuelle Delmas-Glass Yale Center for British Art
  226. 226. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Maarten Dammers Volunteer Wikimedia 10 years of GLAMwiki
  227. 227. Not just Wikipedia WIKIQUOTE WIKIMEDIA COMMONS WIKIDATA WIKIVERSITY WIKISOURCE WIKISPECIES WIKIVOYAGE WIKIBOOKS WIKIMEDIA INCUBATOR WIKINEWSWIKIMEDIA LABS WIKTIONARY
  228. 228. Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. Public domain, NASA
  229. 229. Jason Krüger for Wikimedia Deutschland e.V. - CC BY SA 4.0 A global community
  230. 230. GLAM-Wiki 2015, The Hague. Ziko van Dijk - CC BY SA 4.0 The GLAM-Wiki community
  231. 231. First steps Wiki Loves Art at Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 2009. Laurine - CC BY SA 2.0
  232. 232. Zaramo people, between 1906 and 1918, CC BY SA 3.0 Bundesarchiv New Year celebrations at Brandenburger Tor, 1990, CC BY SA 3.0
  233. 233. Megalith commemorating a nobleman on the island Nias, circa 1915. Tropenmuseum, CC BY SA 3.0
  234. 234. Loic Tallon: "Creating Access beyond metmuseum.org: The Met Collection on Wikipedia"
  235. 235. Wikidata ● Multilingual ● Referenced ● All data is CC0
  236. 236. Wikidata Potential Try it! w.wiki/BUA Interconnected knowledge graph of culture: art, fashion, literature
  237. 237. Wikidata https://blogs.loc.gov/thesignal/2019/05/integrating-wikidata-at-the-library-of-congress/ as connective tissue for the web
  238. 238. Europeana ID property
  239. 239. Wikidata:WikiProject Sum Of All Paintings https://w.wiki/t$ 417,000 paintings on Wikidata! Public domain Holga Reinhard: The painter Anne Marie Hansen (1897). Painting PD, image CC0, Statens Museum for Kunst
  240. 240. http://zone47.com/crotos/ - artworks depicting “thunderstorm”
  241. 241. WADE - https://art.wikidata.link/item/Q19911950
  242. 242. Wikidata Game using Met-trained machine learning engine - link
  243. 243. WADE possible interface - suggestion from Met ML model
  244. 244. Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons haswbstatement:P180=Q199758 https://w.wiki/8SQ https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Structured_data
  245. 245. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:ISA_Tool
  246. 246. www.openglam.org
  247. 247. Encourage reuse Dolce & Gabbana runway used the Cleveland Museum of Art's Cupid and Psyche for a dress!
  248. 248. https://www.museodelprado.es/coleccion/linea-del-tiempo
  249. 249. https://hicsuntleones.nl/monumenten/
  250. 250. Questions? Thanks (and credit) to Sandra Fauconnier, Andrew Lih and Liam Wyatt for their input and slides. @mdammers on Twitter
  251. 251. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Harald Sack Professor for Information Services Engineering FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz-Institut für Informationsinfrastruktur GmbH ‘Artificial Intelligence for Cultural Heritage’
  252. 252. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY BREAK #Europeana2019 #EuropeanaCommunities
  253. 253. Pitch your project Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  254. 254. Unsung Heroes Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  255. 255. Wrap-up & Closure of the day Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  256. 256. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Sara Di Giorgio CulturaItalia project manager Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries and Bibliographic Information (ICCU)

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