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Europeana web conference portuguese presidency of the council of the eu - june 2021

  1. 1. Welcome to day 1 Thursday 3 June 2021 13:30 - 15:00
  2. 2. Housekeeping Please note: This event will be recorded To maximise your participation; ● Check your username; use your first and last name ● In webinars, your microphone will be muted by default Two ways to engage; ● Use the chat; share your thoughts & comments with each other ● Use the Q&A if you have any questions for the speakers We encourage you to actively listen. ● We will keep our interaction in sessions to a minimum ie posting links
  3. 3. Two Day Programme Digital Capacity Building - Towards Recovery Thursday 3rd June - Opening: Keynotes from Ministries & invites guest (public webinar) - Session 1: A debate - what do we mean by capacity building? (public webinar) - Session 2: Workshop to develop a shared understanding of what capacity means to us (invite only) - Session 3: Wrap up & virtual drinks (invite only)
  4. 4. Two Day Programme Digital Capacity Building - Towards Recovery Friday 4th June - Opening: welcome & recap (public webinar) - Session 3: Inspiring case studies (public webinar) - Session 4: Workshop to continue developing a common approach to capacity building (invite only) - Closing: Wrap up & virtual drinks (invite only)
  5. 5. Europeana Wonder cafe Joining our Social event on Wonder.me? Here is everything you will need to know: The Basics: Once you are in our Wonder room, click and hold anywhere in the room and your avatar will move to your cursor. Bring your avatar to another avatar, and a circle will form, you can speak with each other now and anyone can join. Circles can have up to 15 participants. Anyone in a circle can share their screen to the circle via the icon on the bottom center of your screen. You can also use the chat function to message someone via text. You can change your name and picture anytime. Make sure you are using a supported device, browser, and firewall configuration.
  6. 6. Coimbra [Visual gráfico. - [S.l. : s.n., D.L. 1978] | National Library of Portugal, Public Domain Graça Fonseca Minister of Culture of Portugal
  7. 7. Coimbra [Visual gráfico] / painted by J. Holland ; engraved by E. Goodall. - [S.l. : s.n., D.L. 1986 | National Library of Portugal, Public Domain The Digital Decade of Cultural Heritage Yvo Volman Acting Director, Directorate of Data, DG CONNECT
  8. 8. Villa Nova de Portimão [Visual gráfico : Algarve / National Library of Portugal, Public Domain Maria Inês Cordeiro Director-General - National Library of Portugal
  9. 9. A S. W. view of the grand Aqueduct over the Valley of Alcantara near Lisbon | National Library of Portugal, Public Domain Introduction to Europeana’s work around Capacity Building Harry Verwayen & Julia Fallon Europeana Foundation
  10. 10. BREAK 14:25 - 14:35 Music: Fado Lejanía By DaLareo licensed under a Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 Unported license trough Soundcloud.com
  11. 11. Vuë du palais du roy de Portugal, à Lisbonne | National Library of Portugal, Public Domain THE ROUNDTABLE DEBATE SPEAKERS ● Alek Tarkowski ● Susan Hazan ● Jonas Heide ● Cosmina Berta Moderated by Harry Verwayen
  12. 12. Profil de la famevse ville et port de mer de Lisbone cappitalle dv royavme de Portvgal / National Library of Portugal Public Domain Recovery and Resilience to support digital transformation Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak Head of Unit Interactive Technologies, Digital for Culture and Education DG CONNECT
  13. 13. Europeana digital conference under the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak Head of Unit EUROPEAN COMMISSION - DG CONNECT
  14. 14. Collective recovery and common future: €2,4 trillion ❑ Two fold response to mobilise the necessary funds: ❑ A package for workers, businesses and sovereigns already endorsed by the European Council on 23 April 2020 – €540 billion Next Generation EU to boost the EU budget with new financing raised on capital markets 2021-2024 – €750 billion Reinforced long term budget for the European Union for 2021-2027 – €1100 billion
  15. 15. Next Generation EU
  16. 16. DISTRIBUTION KEY Available to all Member States, focus on the most affected countries. USE Investments and reforms, including in green and digital transitions. BUDGET €560 billion of which €310 billion for grants and €250 billion in loans. MECHANISM Grants and loans by implementing MS Recovery & Resilience plans defined in line with the objectives of the European Semester, including in relation to the green and digital transitions and the resilience of national economies. The Recovery and Resilience Facility
  17. 17. Main features of the RFF • Linked to progress: Payments in installments, when milestones and goals are met • National RRP with reforms & investments for the years up to mid-2026. • Member States report twice a year in the framework of the European Semester • Final national plans by 30 April 2021 as a rule, can apply for grants until 31 December 2023 • Allocation of up to 70% of complete contribution in 2021/22; remaining allocation in 2023 • Prefinancing of up to 13% available in 2021 • Climate transition: 37% • Digital transformation: 20% • Addressing country-specific recommendations • Appropriate balance between reforms and investments • Do-no-significant-harm principle for all reforms and investment • Solid audit and control system to ensure that the financial interests of the Union are protected Functioning Grants and Loans Assessment Criteria
  18. 18. ❖ Connectivity ❖ Digital-related investment in R&D ❖ Human Capital ❖ E-Government, digital public services and local digital ecosystems ❖ Digitalisation of businesses ❖ Investment in digital capacities and deployment of advanced technologies ❖ Greening the digital sector 20% for digital transformation
  19. 19. It’s happening now COMMISSIO N The European Commission assesses these recovery and resilience plans COUNCIL The Council approves national plans on a case-by-case basis COMMISSIO N The EU pays 13% of the total support upfront to kick-start the recovery MEMBER STATE Countries submit national plans of investments and reforms, with clear milestones and targets COMMISSIO N The Commission prepares preliminary assessment of the request MEMBER STATE Member States receive instalment of EU financial support MEMBER STATE Member States request further disbursements upon reaching agreed milestones and targets As a rule by 30 April Within two months of receipt Within one month Within two months Up to twice a year Within two months After consulting expert committee
  20. 20. Direct EU funding •Horizon Europe 🡺 Research and Innovation •Digital Europe🡺 Deployment of technologies, digital capacities •Creative Europe🡺 Cultural and linguistic diversity, competitiveness of CCIs
  21. 21. Digital Europe Data Space for Cultural Content • Support to the digital transformation of Europe’s cultural heritage sector. • High quality data especially 3D for reuse, cross-sector and cross-border cooperation • Build on the current Europeana platform • Expanding the community and the network • Expand the work on standards • Digital capacity for CHI Image: Wikimedia Commons Work programme to be published in the coming months!
  22. 22. Horizon Europe Cluster 2 - Culture, creativity and inclusive society • DESTINATION 2 – Innovative Research on the European Cultural Heritage and the Cultural and Creative Industries • Research and innovation on CH and CCIs • Engagement with stakeholders • Community building • Capacity building Image: Wikimedia Commons Work programme soon to be published !
  23. 23. Creative Europe 2021-2027 Objectives 4 main strands for CULTURE • Cooperation projects: Cooperation between at least three different organisations from the different eligible countries • Networks representing cultural sectors and their capacity building • Platforms: Support to platforms facilitating access to the European market for emerging talents • Literary translation: Support to publishers and publishing houses for the translation of European literature Target Group Cultural and Creative Sectors Support culture, diversity and cultural heritage & increase the competitiveness of the CCS Work programme published ! https://ec.europa.eu/culture/news/creative-europe-20 21-2027-programme-launch
  24. 24. Thank you © European Union 2020 Unless otherwise noted the reuse of this presentation is authorised under the CC BY 4.0 license. For any use or reproduction of elements that are not owned by the EU, permission may need to be sought directly from the respective right holders. Slide xx: element concerned, source: e.g. Fotolia.com; Slide xx: element concerned, source: e.g. iStock.com Keep in touch @DigicultEU @RehLadak
  25. 25. Thank you for your participation Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at 10:00 CEST
  26. 26. BREAK 15:35 - 15:50
  27. 27. WORKSHOP #1 Thursday 3 June 2021 15:45 - 16:45
  28. 28. Vigo [Visual gráfico]. - [S.l. : s.n., D.L. 1988].| National Library of Portugal Public Domain A shared understanding of digital capacity building in the cultural heritage sector Moderated by Fleur Engelberts
  29. 29. Break 16:50 - 16:55
  30. 30. Conclusions 16:55 - 17:10
  31. 31. Welcome to day 2 Friday 4 June 2021 11:30 - 13:00
  32. 32. Housekeeping Please note: This event will be recorded To maximise your participation; ● Check your username; use your first and last name ● In webinars, your microphone will be muted by default Two ways to engage; ● Use the chat; share your thoughts & comments with each other ● Use the Q&A if you have any questions for the speakers We encourage you to actively listen. ● We will keep our interaction in sessions to a minimum ie posting links
  33. 33. Two Day Programme Digital Capacity Building - Towards Recovery Thursday 3rd June - Opening: Keynotes from Ministries & invites guest (public webinar) - Session 1: A debate - what do we mean by capacity building? (public webinar) - Session 2: Workshop to develop a shared understanding of what capacity means to us (invite only) - Session 3: Wrap up & virtual drinks (invite only)
  34. 34. Two Day Programme Digital Capacity Building - Towards Recovery Friday 4th June - Opening: welcome & recap (public webinar) - Session 3: Inspiring case studies (public webinar) - Session 4: Workshop to continue developing a common approach to capacity building (invite only) - Closing: Wrap up (invite only)
  35. 35. Views of Cintra [Visual gráfico] / William Hickling Burnett | National Library of Portugal Public Domain CASE STUDIES 10:15 - 11:00 ● Creative Commons Training & Certification by Brigitte Vézina and Evelin Heidel ● DEN Academy Leadership programme pilot ● NEMO by Elizabeth Rosenberg ● Algarve Digital Newspaper Archive by Adriana Nogueira
  36. 36. Vista do lado oriental da cidade de Lisboa, tirada do jardim de S. Pedro d'Alcantara 1844 | National Library of Portugal Public Domain Case Study #1 Creative Commons Brigitte Vézina and Evelin Heidel CC-BY 4.0 Brigitte Vézina, Cable Green, Jennryn Wetzler © Creative Commons.
  37. 37. CAPACITY BUILDING AT CC ● OER: 100% CC-BY open-educational resource for informal learning (free) ○ download in editable file formats ● CC Certificate: facilitator-led online course (US $500), 10 weeks ○ CC Certificate upon successful completion ● Bootcamp: facilitator-led, week-long workshop for groups ○ CC Certificate upon successful completion ● CC Workshop: catered to institution needs; partial day, full-day or multi-day events ○ No CC Certificate upon completion
  38. 38. WHAT IS THE CC CERTIFICATE? ● Personalized engagement with expert facilitators |1:25 ratio ● Three tracks: (1) Educators, (2) Academic Librarians, and (3) GLAMs (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) ● Cross-course discussions and information sharing in optional webinars and on Slack ● Digital credentials to participants who get 90% ● Schedule: Courses typically start in January, June and September. Next courses start on September 27, 2021 IN-DEPTH COURSES ABOUT CC LICENSES, OPEN PRACTICES AND THE ETHOS OF SHARING IN OUR GLOBAL, DIGITAL COMMON
  39. 39. certificates.creativecommons.org
  40. 40. WHY? ● Created in response to a growing need CC saw emerging for open licensing expertise in various countries and institutions. ● Rise in demand coincided with an increasing number of open licensing requirements on grants (foundation and government) and increased adoption of open educational resources and practices at educational institutions. Why was the CC Certificate developed?
  41. 41. HOW? ● CC-led ● Alpha and Beta courses provided significant feedback ● Iterative improvement ● Multiple CC staff were involved in creating the Certificate ● CC now has the equivalent of 1 FTE dedicated to running and scaling the Certificate How is the CC Certificate developed?
  42. 42. https://certificates.creativecommons.org/about/certificate-graduates/ ● Total CC Certificate Graduates: 889 ● Total CC Certificate Facilitator Training Graduates: 17 + CC Staff ● Total countries reached: 56
  43. 43. Our impact in numbers ● 89.4 % of people who enroll in an online Certificate course graduate. ● CC has registered over 994 people for online Certificate courses, with 889 graduates from 56 countries. ● 71.5% of alumni polled use knowledge they gained from the course at least weekly. ● 86% of alumni polled use knowledge they gained from the course at least quarterly. ● Since graduating, 62% are consulted by colleagues as an open licensing expert. ● Many alumni voice an interest in continued training.
  44. 44. https://creativecommons.org/
  45. 45. A prospect of the new Aqueduct of Lisbon, as crossing over the Vallery of Alcantra| National Library of Portugal Public Domain Case Study #2 DEN Academy Leadership programme pilot
  46. 46. Lisbon - Belem Castle | National Library of Portugal Public Domain Case Study #3 NEMO Elizabeth Rosenberg
  47. 47. Elizabeth Rosenberg Rosenberg@ne-mo.org @Erosenberg0425 Network of European Museum Organisations Second survey and report on the consequences of COVID19 for the European museum sector Towards Recovery Building Digital Capacity in the Cultural Heritage Sector Europeana 4.06.2021 1
  48. 48. About Us NEMO promotes the work of museum and their value to policy makers and supports museums with collaborative and capacity building opportunities. Network of European Museum Organisations NEMO was founded in 1992 as an independent network of national museum organisations representing the museum community of the member states of the Council of Europe. Together, NEMO’s members speak for thousands of museums across Europe. 2
  49. 49. Network of European Museum Organisations Museums in COVID19 Consequences & challenges Survey & Response Support & Solutions 1.000 museums 48 countries 600 Museums 48 countries 3
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  51. 51. Public Museum staff . Considering hygiene and social distancing procedures taken at your museum, do you think the public/staff are safe at your museum? 5
  52. 52. Network of European Museum Organisations Adapting museum operations Remodeling Creative spaces Information flow 6
  53. 53. Good news Bad news Many museums have maintained the increase of online visits Almost 40% of the museums do not know/track their digital activities Museums noted an increase in online visits during their public closure. Since reopening, have online visits changed? Do you feel your museum needs support with digital tools and transition? 7
  54. 54. Challenges of digital engagement The most popular services were those that the public co-curated; Engagement is key Digital content is reaching the same audiences that enter the museum, within specific socioeconomic demographics We must be able to track and evaluate the content we put online in order to consistently improve Many museums responding to our survey said they needed assistance with developing a digital strategy Digital literacy Value-Added services Reaching new Audiences Evaluation Capacity Building blocks In and out of the museum: meeting this challenges means upskilling staff and considering the ‘digital divide’ 8
  55. 55. Network of European Museum Organisations Museum support Online Shop New projects Not considered 9
  56. 56. Study: Love for art in the time of coronavirus. The consumption of digital museums services. by Elisa Pellegrini ‘Overall, the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the audience are the same as before, indicating that it is difficult to attract new visitors.’ Consistency of visitor demographic Importance of social & cultural capital Role of museums & policy makers 10
  57. 57. Are we prepared? What have we learned? Are museums continuing to develop their digital capacities and creative solutions to reach their communities? Continued Crisis Response • Where we are now • Next steps • Let’s support each other 11
  58. 58. Museum Networks in Times of Crisis What can museums do? What can networks do? Experimentation Information Transformation Cultivation Help Provide public spaces promoting democratic processes Document and explain the crisis, create connections Support local, fair, sustainable operations and partnerships Begin internally Act as labs to explore and understand future scenarios Provide space, shelter, materials and resources to your community 12
  59. 59. Elizabeth Rosenberg Rosenberg@ne-mo.org @Erosenberg0425 Network of European Museum Organisations Second survey and report on the consequences of COVID19 for the European museum sector Towards Recovery Building Digital Capacity in the Cultural Heritage Sector Europeana 4.06.2021 Thank you! 13
  60. 60. O Fado [Visual gráfico] / quadro de José Malhôa ; Cliché Bobone. 1940 | National Library of Portugal Public Domain Case Study #4 Adriana Nogueira Algarve Digital Newspaper Archive
  61. 61. How it works? http://hemeroteca.ualg.pt/
  62. 62. The site has useful links: ● Biblioteca Nacional Digital de Portugal ● Hemeroteca Digital de Lisboa ● Diário do Governo Digital ● Hemeroteca Digital do Brasil ● Hemeroteca Digital de Espanha ● São Brás de Alportel - Biblioteca Digital
  63. 63. http://hemeroteca.ualg.pt/
  64. 64. Rio de Sacavem | National Library of Portugal Public Domain Q&A
  65. 65. Thank you for your participation
  66. 66. Break 11:20 - 11:35
  67. 67. WORKSHOP #2 Friday 4 June 2021 11:45 - 13:00
  68. 68. Vista da cidade do Porto, desde a Torre de Marca athe as Fontainhas | National Library of Portugal Public Domain A basis for common approaches to capacity building Moderated by Fleur Engelberts
  69. 69. Break 13:00 - 13:10
  70. 70. Conclusions and steps for progress
  71. 71. Porto [Visual gráfico] : vista da Serra do Pillar, da Ponte Pensil e de parte da cidade| National Library of Portugal Public Domain Wrap up & Conclusions Julia Fallon and Harry Verwayen Europeana Foundation
  72. 72. The Chinese Market, 1767 - 1769, Rijksmuseum, Netherlands, Public domain europeana.eu @EuropeanaEU

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