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How can we transform the world with open culture

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Closing keynote for Sharing is Caring X Stockholm
Nationalmuseum Stockholm and The Royal Armoury
16-17 September 2019
http://sharecare.nu/stockholm-x-2019/

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How can we transform the world with open culture

  1. 1. How can we transform the world with open culture? slideshare.net/meretesanderhoff @msanderhoff Sharing is Caring X Stockholm 17 September 2019
  2. 2. https://pro.europeana.eu/post/ the-europeana-public-domain-charter
  3. 3. “Digitisation of Public Domain content does not create new rights over it: works that are in the Public Domain in analogue form continue to be in the Public Domain once they have been digitised.”
  4. 4. Unknown artist, Persian feast with fireworks, 1647, SMK, public domain BOOM.
  5. 5. National Gallery of Denmark Western art from 1300 to present day 400,000 visitors a year 260,000 artworks 66 % in public domain
  6. 6. We want to be a catalyst of users’ creativity SMK’s first digital strategy 2009
  7. 7. Radical open access to our online collection 2012 pilot project 2015 public domain policy >
  8. 8. I want to contribute to Europeana!
  9. 9. 2012-2013 Cultural Commons Task Force 2015-2018 Association Network Members Council Association Network Management Board Europeana Foundation Governing Board 2017-2018 Chair of Association Network 2017- Impact Framework Task Force 2018- EU Commission DCHE Expert Sub-Group
  10. 10. “(In 2020) Europeana will have contributed to the aims of the European Union to foster ‘Unity in Diversity’, ‘Smart Inclusive Growth’ and a ‘Digital Single Market’. We will have increased the feeling of a shared European identity through cultural heritage for European citizens… Europeana 2020 Strategic Update 2020
  11. 11. …Cultural heritage will be used and enjoyed across national borders for work, learning or pleasure because we will have developed and implemented interoperable standards, frameworks and intellectual property rights that make it work. We will have increased the quality and usability of digital cultural heritage with a powerful network of game changers from Europe’s cultural sector.” Europeana 2020 Strategic Update 2020
  12. 12. Europeana evaluated
  13. 13. Achievements Coordination of efforts through Europeana for the online accessibility of cultural heritage has helped stimulate capacity building, develop shared standards, and improve access to Europe’s cultural heritage. http://data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/document/ST-9643-2016-INIT/en/pdfAcknowledges
  14. 14. Pain points Enhance semantic interoperability, improve the quality and findability of content, make the user experience more engaging, and make it easy and rewarding for content providers to deliver and track use of their data. http://data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/document/ST-9643-2016-INIT/en/pdfAcknowledges
  15. 15. “Europeana is relevant to EU needs and priorities, as it provides added value by creating a network of experts and cultural heritage institutions, enables European cooperation, as well as improves the availability and re-use of European cultural heritage across sectors and across national borders.” https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/- /publication/58538a59-b4aa-11e8-99ee-01aa75ed71a1/language-en
  16. 16. What is Europeana? A platform of +58 million cultural items from +3000 partners A network of +2000 professionals A platform of +58 million cultural items from +3000 partners A network of +2000 professionals From data to community
  17. 17. “Europeana is coherent with the national strategies of EU Member States. Europeana (…) addresses challenges that the EU Member States face in relation to digitising cultural heritage and digitally transforming access to culture.”
  18. 18. European Commission and Member States have taken responsibility of the Europeana Initiative
  19. 19. A new strategy 2020+
  20. 20. WHY have we digitised Europe’s cultural heritage?
  21. 21. WHAT do we thereby hope to achieve as a sector?
  22. 22. “Europeana started 5 years ago as a big political idea to unite Europe through culture by making our heritage available to all for work, learning or pleasure. A deeply felt belief that our shared cultural heritage fundamentally belongs to all of us, and is therefore too important to leave to market forces alone to digitise and make available.” Europeana Strategy 2015-2020
  23. 23. Digital transformation
  24. 24. WHO do we aim to transform with culture?
  25. 25. European citizens general users, educators, researchers, creatives - through enabling the digital transformation of Europe’s cultural heritage institutions
  26. 26. Main target group: cultural heritage institutions - as a vehicle to transform the world with culture
  27. 27. HOW do we demonstrate that aspirations turn into reality?
  28. 28. “If you work in a purpose driven, non-profit organisation and more specifically in the digital Cultural Heritage sector, we share a problem: we should be feeling fine and dandy because we work for a great cause, but we have very few instruments at our disposal to assess the results of our actions and be happy about it.” Harry Verwayen, The Impact of Cultural Heritage: creating a common language https://medium.com/impkt/the-impact-of-cultural-heritage-creating-a-common-language-28cba0e1af0b
  29. 29. impkt.tools
  30. 30. Impact areas
  31. 31. What do we mean by impact? Changes that occur for stakeholders in society, as a result of activities for which the organisation is accountable.
  32. 32. The change pathway
  33. 33. The change pathway
  34. 34. The change pathway
  35. 35. Main strategic shift Provide access to cultural heritage > Make cultural heritage relevant to people
  36. 36. What’s the main thing we need Europeana to achieve 2020+ ? slideshare.net/meretesanderhoff @msanderhoff Sharing is Caring X Stockholm 17 September 2019

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