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Europeana 2019 - Connect Communities - Pitch your project

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Slides 3 - 10: The GIFT Box: Helping museums make richer digital experiences for their visitors by Anders Sundnes Lovlie
Slides 11 - 18: Between people and things - Transfer of knowledge at SHMH by Elisabeth Böhm
Slides 19 - 30: Automated recognition of historical image content by Tino Mager
Slides 31 - 51: 50s in Europe: Kaleidoscope by Sofie Taes
Slides 52 - 63: CrowdHeritage: Crowdsourcing Platform for Enriching Europeana Metadata by Vassilis Tzouvaras
Slides 64 - 73: One by One: developing digital literacy in museums by Anra Kennedy
Slides 74 - 85: HeritageMaps.ie - Ireland's One-Stop Heritage Portal by Patrick Reid
Slides 86 - 90: Open GLAM now! - Sharing knowledge openly online by Larissa Borck
Slides 91 - 103: Endangered Archives Programme the world's most diverse online archive by Tristan Roddis
Slides 104 - 109: We transform the world with culture - Our impact on climate change by Barbara Fischer, Killian Downing and Peter Soemers

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Europeana 2019 - Connect Communities - Pitch your project

  1. 1. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY EUROPEANA 2019 CONNECT COMMUNITIES 27 Nov 2019 | LISBON
  2. 2. Pitch your project Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain
  3. 3. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Anders Sundnes Løvlie Associate Professor IT University of Copenhagen ‘The GIFT Box: Helping museums make richer digital experiences for their visitors’
  4. 4. gifting.digital
  5. 5. Oh no, not another museum app
  6. 6. demo.thegift.app
  7. 7. gifting.digital/one-minute-experience
  8. 8. gifting.digital
  9. 9. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Elisabeth Böhm Project Lead Transfer of Knowledge Historic Museums of Hamburg Foundation ‘Between people and things – Transfer of Knowledge at SHMH’
  10. 10. Facts are important but... ...how can you relate to an object you don‘t really understand? We want to offer storylines, more perspectives and new information so that objects become relevant and interesting for audiences.
  11. 11. Building (digital) bridges between objects and people, between collection, research and audiences
  12. 12. Augmenting our database and implementing new media / formats
  13. 13. Many voices and new perspectives
  14. 14. Connecting channels and new audiences
  15. 15. Fragile objects become interactive
  16. 16. Links and scalability
  17. 17. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Tino Mager ArchiMediaL Project Technical University Delft ‘Automated recognition of historical image content’
  18. 18. AAT concept cottage Location Lisbon DMS 38°45'29.7"N 9°09'20.9"W Construction date 1878 Title Chalet das Cannas
  19. 19. archimedial.eu
  20. 20. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Sofie Taes Digital Curation - European Projects KU Leuven ‘50s in Europe: Kaleidoscope’
  21. 21. We like to move it
  22. 22. Not as easy as it sounds
  23. 23. Kaleidoscope goes #AllezCulture! “User engagement” beyond the buzz 10 partners from the world of academia, GLAMS and photo trade reach out to heritage communities, building bridges between past and present, personal stories and big history, physical experience and digital environment with innovative, user-oriented activities.
  24. 24. Curation, co-creation and crowdsourcing
  25. 25. Antwerp Berlin
  26. 26. Now wait a minute. You’re a crowd, aren’t you?
  27. 27. Go to withcrowd.eu and add at least 10 tags. Please :)
  28. 28. Kaleidoscope’s pillars ● Curation, co-creation, crowdsourcing ● Artificial intelligence > automatic enrichment ● Education
  29. 29. Kaleidoscope’s pillars ● Curation, co-creation, crowdsourcing ● Artificial intelligence > automatic enrichment ● Education
  30. 30. Impact: added, improved, contextualized content in Europeana
  31. 31. >>> Happy users
  32. 32. May Withcrowd.eu be your mantra
  33. 33. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Vassilis Tzouvaras Senior Researcher National Technical University of Athens ‘CrowdHeritage: Crowdsourcing Platform for Enriching Europeana Metadata’
  34. 34. About CrowdHeritage 53 Crowdheritage is an open platform developed with the contribution of the EC under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) program. The scope of the platform is to use the power of the crowd in order to improve the metadata quality of digital cultural heritage content stored in Europeana, the European portal for cultural heritage, and in the databases of cultural heritage institutions across Europe.
  35. 35. Crowdsourcing Web Spaces 54 Collection presentation Targeted users will be able to navigate through selected collections of cultural records. Annotation validation ◉ Upvoting annotations ◉ Downvoting annotations ◉ Suggesting corrections Annotation add ◉ Semantic tagging ◉ Image tagging ◉ Color tagging ◉ Geotagging ◉ Suggestion of missing metadata values Metadata presentation Metadata included in annotations will be presented along original metadata on the UI.
  36. 36. 55
  37. 37. 56
  38. 38. 57
  39. 39. 58 Color tagging Help us in validating the automatically extracted colours of the outfits in catwalk photos from three iconic couture collections in the EFHA archive!
  40. 40. 59
  41. 41. 60 Gamification ★ Leaderboards ★ Scores ★ Rewards ★ Achievements ★ Badges
  42. 42. 61 Famous Composers
  43. 43. 62 Musical Instruments
  44. 44. crowdheritage.eu 63
  45. 45. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Anra Kennedy Partnerships Director Culture24 ‘One by One: developing digital literacy in museums’
  46. 46. TEXT SLIDES CLICK TO ADD SUBTITLE Max amount of text per slide 6 lines at size 15. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu pariatur.
  47. 47. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Patrick Reid HeritageMaps.ie Co-ordinator The Heritage Council ‘HeritageMaps.ie – Ireland’s One-Stop Heritage Portal’
  48. 48. Patrick Reid Project Manager - Heritage Council of Ireland Introducing
  49. 49. HeritageMaps.ie Over 700 Maps Archaeology to Zoning 250 datasets from Local Authorities 100% Metadata Compliant Base-maps from 1829 to 2019 Links to vast range of Heritage Resources
  50. 50. 3 ways to Find data Search by Townland Search by Keyword Intuitive Folder Layout
  51. 51. Maximum 3-click Access to Data 1. Folder 2. Sub-folder 3. Activate Dataset
  52. 52. Northern Ireland (UK) Heritage Datasets Data supplied by the Historic Environment Division of the Dept. of Communities Featuring a Wide Range Of Natural, Cultural & Built Heritage Datasets Making HeritageMaps.ie a cross-border All-island Mapviewer
  53. 53. Bespoke Datasets We have created datasets specifically for HeritageMaps.ie These include: Walled Towns of Ireland Pilgrim Paths Museums, Collections & Archives Sheela-na-Gigs Coastal Soil Susceptibility Boat & Maritime Collections
  54. 54. Explore Data Measure Annotate Mark Boundaries Create and Print Maps
  55. 55. Info Pop-ups Info button for each dataset brings up Abstract and Purpose Also provides links to Metadata and External Resource(s) Click on a feature to access info such as Description, Location, Images, Links to Reports etc.
  56. 56. Working with partners countrywide (and worldwide) Developing new heritage resources including 3D Collections, Early Maps of Ireland 1500-1900, LIDAR, Aerial Photography and a new dedicated Coastal and Marine viewer. New datasets coming online include: Workhouses of Ireland, Excavations.ie, Historic Graves, Ireland’s WWII Heritage, Martello Towers, Holy Wells of Ireland And much more…
  57. 57. We would really welcome & appreciate your feedback to help improve our viewer Please email us at HeritageMaps@heritagecouncil.ie with your suggestions Thanks for listening and happy-mapping! Please Visit Providing access to over 700 datasets in map-form
  58. 58. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Larissa Borck Marketing Coordinator Europeana Common Culture Swedish National Heritage Board ‘Open GLAM now! - Sharing knowledge openly online’ A Europeana Common Culture project
  59. 59. Is Open GLAM open enough? Children on stilts, Bror Dahlstedt. Länsmuseet Gävleborg, Public Domain. Let’s empower those institutions to join and share their data openly who did not have the resources yet - by sharing knowledge openly. Larissa Borck _ Swedish National Heritage Board _ @larissa_borck
  60. 60. Försöksbanan Stockholm - Järva. Järnvägsmuseet, Public Domain. Open GLAM now! An open webinar series on open cultural heritage data A Europeana Common Culture project Larissa Borck _ Swedish National Heritage Board _ @larissa_borck
  61. 61. Open GLAM now! An open webinar series on open cultural heritage data ● Data quality ● Working together with Europeana & Wikimedia ● Copyright ● Creative re-use ● Hacking heritage ● Linked open data ● User-generated content ● After open data Follow the discussion: #openglamnow Larissa Borck _ Swedish National Heritage Board _ @larissa_borck
  62. 62. An open webinar series on all things open GLAM ● Recorded sessions ● Text documentation ● Further sources and information bit.ly/openglamnow Available here: Ervalla flood, 30 March 1968. Örebro Kuriren, Örebro läns museum, Public domain. Larissa Borck _ Swedish National Heritage Board _ @larissa_borck
  63. 63. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Tristan Roddis Director of Web Development Cogapp ‘Endangered Archives Programme: the world's most diverse online archive’
  64. 64. Global reach ● 90 countries ● 100 languages ● 61 scripts
  65. 65. PROJECTS 398
  66. 66. CATALOGUE RECORDS 367,774
  67. 67. DIGITISED IMAGES 7,575,928
  68. 68. Page from a ‘Liberated African register’ From Nineteenth century documents of the Sierra Leone Public Archives (EAP443) Image usage terms at https://eap.bl.uk/archive-file/EAP443-1-17-12
  69. 69. Image of a Mongolian meteorology station (1930s-1950s) From Preservation through digitisation of rare photographic negatives from Mongolia (EAP264) Image usage terms at https://eap.bl.uk/archive-file/EAP264-1-10-10
  70. 70. Cover of Midway Issue 81, a Thai gay magazine from the 1990s From Thai rainbow archives project: a digitised collection of Thai gay, lesbian and transgender publications (EAP128) Image usage terms at https://eap.bl.uk/archive-file/EAP128-1-16-80
  71. 71. Fragment of Islamic documents from 1899, Mali From Major project to digitise and preserve the manuscripts of Djenné, Mali (EAP488) Image usage terms at https://eap.bl.uk/archive-file/EAP488-1-1-1
  72. 72. Man with fishing nets From A modern gaze on old cultural practices in Argentina: relocation and preservation of the 'Heinrich Sanguinetti Archive' (1930-1956) (EAP755) Image usage terms at https://eap.bl.uk/item/EAP755-1-1-2-33
  73. 73. Driving over frozen rivers to collect archival material for Preservation of the disappearing book heritage of Siberian Buddhists (EAP813) Image usage terms at https://blogs.bl.uk/endangeredarchives/2016/04/buryat-buddhist-manuscripts.html
  74. 74. The Europeana Network Association AGM 2018 - Europeana Foundation, CC BY Barbara, Killian & Peter Europeana Council members We transform the world with culture - Our impact on climate change
  75. 75. Constantin Hansen, En lille pige, Elise Købke, med en kop foran sig, 1850, Statens Museum for Kunst, Denmark, CC0, https://www.europeana.eu/portal/record/2020903/KMS3388.html
  76. 76. Where are we?
  77. 77. Where do we want to go?
  78. 78. How do we get there?
  79. 79. How can you connect? http://bit.ly/2OkYQzC
  80. 80. Europa [Material cartográfico] : Nach den vorzüglichsten Hülfsnitteln, Götze, Johann August Ferdinand, 1773-1819 Biblioteca Digital de Madrid Spain, Public domain europeana.eu @EuropeanaEU

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