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CARARE workshop: Europeana research

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Workshop jointly hosted by CARARE and Europeana which took place at the University of Leiden, Faculty of Archaeology on 14 June 2017. The theme of the workshop was Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana.

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CARARE workshop: Europeana research

  1. 1. EUROPEANA RESEARCH Marjolein de Vos | Europeana Foundation CARARE Workshop, Leiden, 14 June 2017
  2. 2. Europeana Research The key value proposition for Europeana Research is to connect quality data available from the cultural heritage sector with the digital humanities. Recognising the importance and value of cultural heritage data for research we aim to: ● Bring DH researchers to Europeana ● Bring Europeana to DH researchers ● Build a community ● Improve access to cultural heritage for research CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  3. 3. Making cultural heritage work for research The British Museum: the reading room under construction. Wood engraving by J. Brown after C.W. Sheeres, 1855. Wellcome Library, London, UK, CC-BY.
  4. 4. Europeana Research Europeana - Europeana Collections - Europeana API Europeana Research Europeana Research - Highlighting collections in the Europeana dataset of specific interest to researchers (featured collections and datasets) - Europeana Research Grants Programme - Blogs, news, interviews, DH developments, grants announcement, case studies CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  5. 5. Explore CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  6. 6. Explore CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  7. 7. Explore CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  8. 8. Bringing Europeana to DH researchers Students looking through microscopes in a laboratory. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, c.1933, Wellcome library, London, UK, CC-BY
  9. 9. Europeana Research Grants Programme One of the key activities of the Europeana Research team was a grants programme for early career scholars. The programme was launched in September 2016. We were looking for individual research projects which make use of Europeana Collections for research purposes: employing state of the art tools and methods in the Digital Humanities to address a specific research question. CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  10. 10. Percentage of Computer and Information Sciences compared to other disciplines represented in the sample. N=156 Europeana Research Grants Programme CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  11. 11. Europeana Research Grants Programme Gender Career status CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  12. 12. Meet our Grants Winners Nanna Thylstrup, University of Copenhagen Mapping colonial Copenhagen Three projects have been awarded a Europeana Research Grant: ‘With the generous funding that the Europeana research grant has provided, I have been able to undertake a project which aims to change the way people understand poetry. More importantly,I hope to make some contribution to promoting public engagement with archival materials - in this case the Europeana Sounds archives. I am sure that, discovering a small corner of the Europeana Collection can lead to bigger things, so the first task is to hook people in. ‘ Caroline Ardrey, University of Birmingham Visualising voice: Analysing spoken performances of nineteenth-century French poetry Timothy Duguid, University of Glasgow Interdisciplinary Metadata Frameworks: The MuSO Project CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  13. 13. Europeana Research Advisory Board • Lorna Hughes, Professor of Digital Humanities, University of Glasgow (Chair) • Greg Crane, Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities, University of Leipzig • Costis Dallas, Assistant Professor of Cultural Heritage Management and Advanced Technologies, Panteion University, Athens ; Associate professor, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto • Leif Isaksen, Senior Lecturer in History (Digital Humanities), Lancaster University • Franciska de Jong, Executive Director, CLARIN ERIC • Marianne Ping Huang, Associate Professor, Academic Officer for Cultural Collaborations and Digital Humanities at Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University • Pier Luigi Sacco, Professor of Cultural Economics, IULM University, Milan and Visiting Professor of Applied Humanities, Harvard University • Seamus Ross, Dean and Professor Faculty of Information, University of Toronto and Professor School of Humanities, University of Glasgow • Toma Tasovac, Director, Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities • Christophe Verbruggen, Department of History, Ghent University • Milena Zic Fuchs, Professor of Linguistics, English Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb; Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts; Academia Europaea CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  14. 14. CLARIN Title here Subtitle here Business Plan 2016 CC-BY-SA CC-BY-SA CC BY-SA Europeana Research Data-sharing with third-parties 1. Datasets relevant to CLARIN’s community are selected to be ‘harvested’; 2. Inclusion of obtained metadata in CLARIN’s search portal, the Virtual Language Observatory (VLO) after conversion from Europeana’s EDM format to CLARIN’s CMDI; 3. Selection of tools from CLARIN’s infrastructure to be included in a processing workflow based on Europeana resources; 4. Adaptation of the CLARIN infrastructure for increased load (expected increase in number of harvested and indexed metadata records) where necessary; 5. Potential actions to increase the visibility and ease of access of Europeana and its data within the CLARIN community and vice versa: ● Inclusion of Europeana APIs of potential interest to CLARIN’s target audience CLARIN’s “language resource and tool inventory”; ● Using CLARIN and Europeana’s communication channels (e.g. blog, newsletter) to increase bilateral awareness.
  15. 15. Conferences Title here Subtitle here Business Plan 2016 CC-BY-SA CC-BY-SA Digital Humanities Congress 2016, Sheffield, UK (8-10 Sept 2016) Paper: Lost in the Flood: finding and using digital cultural heritage for research Agiatis Benardou and Lorna Hughes DARIAH Winter School "Open Data Citation for Social Sciences and Humanities", Prague, Czech Republic (24-28 Oct 2016) Paper: Case Studies on digital content reuse, Eliza Papaki DANS Seminar Linked Data in Research and Cultural Heritage, The Hague, The Netherlands (1 May 2017) Presentation: Europeana: New approaches for data acquisition at Europeana: IIIF, Sitemaps and Schema.org, Nuno Freire and Valentine Charles DPASSH 2017, Sussex, United Kingdom (14-15 June 2017) Expert panel with our 3 Grants winners: Exploring the public value of Europeana DH Benelux 2017, Utrecht, The Netherlands (3-5 July 2017) Europeana Research Panel (Nienke van Schaverbeke, Marjolein de Vos, Christophe Verbruggen, Agiati Benardou, Caroline Ardrey) CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  16. 16. Europeana for Research Title here CC BY-SACC BY-SA Europeana Research
  17. 17. Follow us @EurResearch Want to know more? CC BY-SA Europeana Research
  18. 18. Junel 2017

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