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  1. 1. Europeana Cloud importance for Europeana Strategy 2020 Europeana Cloud, Plenary meeting. March 18 2014, Athens Tuesday, 18 March 2014
  2. 2. 2 The Europeana Network Tuesday, 18 March 2014 One of the most powerful instruments we have developed together is the network of over 800 members, representing over 2300 institutions who contribute data, knowledge and technology. Together, we have accomplished a number of amazing things:
  3. 3. The diversity of the Content 3 PD Hispana: A New Chart of Holland with the Entrances to the Scheld, &c [Mapa] 1802 Tuesday, 18 March 2014 We have developed an aggregation infrastructure that allowed over 2300 partners from every member state to contribute over 30 million objects on every topic imaginable in 36 languages from every member state, and beyond.
  4. 4. The Europeana Data Model 4CC-BY Gulltaggen Tim Berners Lee (UK) Inventor WWW Tuesday, 18 March 2014 We have been able to develop a shared data model that is future proof (LOD etc.). <Add stuff on the model, pisa meeting, currently 9 million EDM records (?) everything available through SPARQL end node, ...> ‘The coordination and standardisation of a shared data model that is fit for the web of the future’
  5. 5. 5 Data interoperability Tuesday, 18 March 2014 And all this was supported by huge amounts of work on the data model and standardisation of data
  6. 6. 6Public Domain Rijksmuseum Europeana Licensing Framework Tuesday, 18 March 2014 Europeana Cloud
  7. 7. CC0 Public Domain Mark ‘The largest single dedication of cultural data to the Public Domain’* *Jonathan Gray, the GuardianTuesday, 18 March 2014 We have been able to agree on a very far-reaching licensing infrastructure that makes the metadata available for everyone to use and re-use. Also mention public domain mark. <Picture Paul, ...?>
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  10. 10. 10 CC-BY-SA europeana 1914-1918 Europeana1914-1918.eu Tuesday, 18 March 2014 12 countries, 10.000 stories
  11. 11. Leadership CC-BY-SA Tuesday, 18 March 2014 These are things we have done so well that they have become export products of Europe (DPLA, Korea, Brasil, ...). Mention BBC MoU.
  12. 12. The portal www.europeana.eu is the most visible expression of this united Europe. 12 Tuesday, 18 March 2014 The most visible aspect of all is of course the portal. If you like, this was the visual inspiration. but it had and has many flaws, not least how can one portal satisfy all the needs of all the different types of users for the material gathered. Will it work for the researcher in the digital humanities, does it provide the educational pathway for the schoolchild, can I find stuff about my town, or the town I am visiting. Even if the portal can do all of this, are we able to service it to comprehend the changing needs of the users, to make it work for each and every person? We thought that was not the Why of Europeana, so we have embarked on the second phase:
  13. 13. Raw Data Where’s the museum that has the drawing of Rembrandt ‘s son? Need some curriculum ready stuff for my lesson on 1989 Would like to show in my app all the music scores that are available for free Tuesday, 18 March 2014 But  we  dont  think  we  can    do  this  via  a  single  portal  that  works  for  everyone.    We  are  not  a  search  engine,  we  are  trying  to  show  the  breadth  and   depth  of  what  our  cultural  ins;tu;ons  have  but  to  do  this  according  to  the  level  of  knowledge,  depth,  breadth  that  the  user  is  looking  for  requires  us   to  be  experts  in  primary,  secondary  educa;ons,  in  media  driven  art,  in  genealogy,  in  cultural  tourism,  in  specific  hobbies,  in  different  areas  of   research.    The  user  also  has  a  prolifera;on  of  ways  to  get  to  things  -­‐  we  think  we  should  be  placing  the  right  data  in  the  right  place.  
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  16. 16. 16Public Domain Rijksmuseum Tuesday, 18 March 2014 Painted in 1628 By rembrandt aged 22 oil on canvas, 22.6 * 18.7 cm Business card Courtesy of the Rijksmuseum: 4500 * 4500 pixels jpg (TIFF available)
  17. 17. 2020 Tuesday, 18 March 2014 So how does that boil down for our strategy 2015-2020?
  18. 18. Connecting Europe Facility Tuesday, 18 March 2014 http://ec.europa.eu/ We will become part of infrastructure. This is good, because culture is now seen to underpin the knowledge economy.However, there are a few things we need to do and overcome, not least satisfying user need
  19. 19. Intersection of culture and technology to bring Europe’s vast wealth of cultural heritage to the world Culture transforms lives Tuesday, 18 March 2014 We believe culture transforms lives <JC/JP> We’re  here  to  move  things  forward.  We  are  a  one  of  kind  organisa;on.  SiEng  at  the  intersec;on  of  culture  and  technology  we  are  passionate  about   bringing  Europe’s  vast  wealth  of  cultural  heritage  to  the  world.  To  make  it  shareable  –  available  at  the  touch  of  buHon,  unlocked  from  our  museums  and   galleries.  To  make  it  usable  –  to  build  with  and  build  on.  For  change.  For  ideas.  For  progress.  And  to  make  it  reliable.  Easy  to  use  and  always  100%   trustworthy. We  call  it  Cultural  Innova;on.  We’re  restless  for  it.  Determined  to  drive  it.  Proud  to  use  European  culture  to  improve  the  status  quo  of  society.  And  to   transform  lives  across  the  planet  with  this  extraordinary  giR
  20. 20. 3 impacts: 1.Makes culture available for everyone, 2.Supports economic growth, 3.Connects Europe Tuesday, 18 March 2014 We believe culture transforms lives <JC/JP> We’re  here  to  move  things  forward.  We  are  a  one  of  kind  organisa;on.  SiEng  at  the  intersec;on  of  culture  and  technology  we  are  passionate  about   bringing  Europe’s  vast  wealth  of  cultural  heritage  to  the  world.  To  make  it  shareable  –  available  at  the  touch  of  buHon,  unlocked  from  our  museums  and   galleries.  To  make  it  usable  –  to  build  with  and  build  on.  For  change.  For  ideas.  For  progress.  And  to  make  it  reliable.  Easy  to  use  and  always  100%   trustworthy. We  call  it  Cultural  Innova;on.  We’re  restless  for  it.  Determined  to  drive  it.  Proud  to  use  European  culture  to  improve  the  status  quo  of  society.  And  to   transform  lives  across  the  planet  with  this  extraordinary  giR
  21. 21. 3 priorities: 1.Shareable - available at the touch of a button, unlocked 2.Usable - to build with and on, for ideas, change, progress 3.Reliable - Easy to use, 100% trustworthy Tuesday, 18 March 2014 We believe culture transforms lives <JC/JP> We’re  here  to  move  things  forward.  We  are  a  one  of  kind  organisa;on.  SiEng  at  the  intersec;on  of  culture  and  technology  we  are  passionate  about   bringing  Europe’s  vast  wealth  of  cultural  heritage  to  the  world.  To  make  it  shareable  –  available  at  the  touch  of  buHon,  unlocked  from  our  museums  and   galleries.  To  make  it  usable  –  to  build  with  and  build  on.  For  change.  For  ideas.  For  progress.  And  to  make  it  reliable.  Easy  to  use  and  always  100%   trustworthy. We  call  it  Cultural  Innova;on.  We’re  restless  for  it.  Determined  to  drive  it.  Proud  to  use  European  culture  to  improve  the  status  quo  of  society.  And  to   transform  lives  across  the  planet  with  this  extraordinary  giR
  22. 22. Europeana is about Cultural Innovation and Europeana Cloud sits at the core of it’s strategy Tuesday, 18 March 2014 This was all made possible by you Network to movement
  23. 23. <add introduction why we need a cloud/digital public space Tuesday, 18 March 2014
  24. 24. 24 Tuesday, 18 March 2014 Therefore,  we  pull  in  the  digitally  available  material  of  our  cultural  heritage  ins;tu;ons  and  enable  it  to  work  together  so  that  it  can  be  pushed  or  pulled   out  by  communi;es  wan;ng  to  view,  reuse,  research  and  discover  our  cultural  heritage.   Users  can  find  this  material  in  places  they  already  use,  Google,  Wikipedia,  Facebook,  thema;c  sites,  educa;onal  Apps,  tourism  apps,  the  list  can  be  endless   and  it  is  scaleable.   Why  do  we  do  this?    What  impacts  have  we  had?  29  million  objects,  from  2300  providers,  via  373  aggregators,  we  have  a  data  model  that  is  based  on  Linked  Open   Data,  now  beginning  to  work  in  prac;se  as  well  theory    and  we  have  770  applica;ons  for  our  API  with  some  great  examples  of  ‘reuse’  star;ng.    Because  we  have  a   great  network,  interoperable  data,  a  licensing  framework,  some  great  examples  of  user  engagement
  25. 25. Europeana Cloud Distributors Users Institutions Aggregators Tuesday, 18 March 2014 We want to reposition the brand of Europeana as a facilitator for the Cultural and Creative Industries
  26. 26. Europeana Cloud Distributors Users Institutions Aggregators Tuesday, 18 March 2014 We want to reposition the brand of Europeana as a facilitator for the Cultural and Creative Industries
  27. 27. Europeana Cloud Distributors Users Institutions Aggregators Tuesday, 18 March 2014 We want to reposition the brand of Europeana as a facilitator for the Cultural and Creative Industries
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  37. 37. Europeana Creative Challenges Business Lounge Format, Apps4europe Tuesday, 18 March 2014
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