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From the war
to the web
-
The Europeana
1914-1918 project
Ad Pollé
MEDEAnet Webinar
Media Resources in the Classroom. Hist...
Europeana 1914-1918
a pan European engagement project
concerning WWI, focusing on the
human aspects of the conflict
 2008 - Oxford University & JISC
launch the Great War Archive
 2010-2011 – Europeana, DNB &
Oxford University launch Ers...
January 2012 – January 2014:
145 collection events in 12 countries
• France (100+ events nation wide)
• Slovakia (Bratisla...
Rome, Italy
Bucarest,
Romania
Bonn, Germany
•Netherlands (March)
•Greece (May/June)
•Portugal
•Austria
•Poland
•Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia (to confirmed)
•Turkey (2015)
...
Resources from 3 major European
projects
Stories from the public: over 90,000 items and
more than 7,000 stories (from the ...
And there's even more
• other European collections and projects
• Europeana
• Digital Public Library of America
• Trove (A...
Value of the collection
• Education
• Preservation
• Research potential
• Europe, European, Europeana
Thank you.
Ad Pollé
ad.polle@europeana.eu
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
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This presentation was given by Ad Pollé as part of the MEDEAnet webinar: "Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana" on 20 February 2014 . MEDEAnet aims to promote media-based learning to organisations and practitioners through local training and networking events, online resources and knowledge sharing. MEDEAnet will also exploit best practices of the annual competition MEDEA Awards and extend its existing informal network and support the MEDEA Association, a membership organisation that ensures the sustainability of the MEDEA Awards. More info: http://www.medeanet.eu/

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Presentation Ad Pollé - MEDEAnet Webinar: Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana

  1. 1. From the war to the web - The Europeana 1914-1918 project Ad Pollé MEDEAnet Webinar Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana 20 February 2014
  2. 2. Europeana 1914-1918 a pan European engagement project concerning WWI, focusing on the human aspects of the conflict
  3. 3.  2008 - Oxford University & JISC launch the Great War Archive  2010-2011 – Europeana, DNB & Oxford University launch Erster Weltkrieg in Alltagsdokumenten  2012-2014 – Europeana launch a series of initiatives across Europe
  4. 4. January 2012 – January 2014: 145 collection events in 12 countries • France (100+ events nation wide) • Slovakia (Bratislava, Kosice, Martin) • Romania (Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca) • Italy (Trento, Rome, Vicenza, Pordenone) • Belgium (Ypres, Antwerp, Louvain, Hasselt, Dendermonde, etc.) • Cyprus (Nicosia) • Denmark (Sonderborg, Gentofte, Aarhus, Vejle, Copenhagen, etc.) • Ireland (Dublin, Limerick) • UK (Preston, Banbury) • Slovenia (Celje, Maribor, Nova Gorica, Ljubljana) • Luxembourg (Luxembourg) • Germany (2012: Amberg; 2013: Bonn, Aachen, Bocum, Bremen)
  5. 5. Rome, Italy
  6. 6. Bucarest, Romania
  7. 7. Bonn, Germany
  8. 8. •Netherlands (March) •Greece (May/June) •Portugal •Austria •Poland •Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia (to confirmed) •Turkey (2015) Upcoming campaigns
  9. 9. Resources from 3 major European projects Stories from the public: over 90,000 items and more than 7,000 stories (from the collection days) National collections: over 400,000 pieces of material from national libraries in 8 countries (from The Europeana Collections 1914-1918 project ) Film archives: 660 hours of films and related material (via The European Film Gateway 1914 project)
  10. 10. And there's even more • other European collections and projects • Europeana • Digital Public Library of America • Trove (Australia) • Digital New Zealand
  11. 11. Value of the collection • Education • Preservation • Research potential • Europe, European, Europeana
  12. 12. Thank you. Ad Pollé ad.polle@europeana.eu

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