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Europeana Awareness year 2 review slides for Workpackage 2 'End-user engagement'


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General information on the project:

Scope of this presentation: following the success of the first year, WP2 continued to deliver results in this reporting period. Overall progress for this year has been good, with no major deviations from the work plan. The content gathering campaigns for Europeana 1914-1918 were successful, both in terms of public engagement and content added as well as audience reach.

This year also saw the launch of the Europeana 1989 campaign, aiming to create a digital archive of memorabilia connected to the fall of the Iron Curtain. Besides the objects that were gathered, the campaign provided important insights into the challenges of managing a campaign which deals with more recent events. These lessons have been documented and will be taken on board in future campaigns.

The collaboration with the Wikipedia community was launched in January and continued throughout the year. A great variety of events were organized as part of the project, including an ambitious international photo competition “Wiki Loves Public Monuments.” As one of the results, a strategic plan for future collaboration between the two communities (Europeana Network and the Wikipedia community) was written in December.

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Europeana Awareness year 2 review slides for Workpackage 2 'End-user engagement'

  1. 1. Europeana Awareness WP2 – End user engagement Johan Oomen, Alun Edwards, John Andersson, Frank Drauschke, Alex Hinojo
  2. 2. Three core WP2 objectives Research in end-user involvement that will help define opportunities and challenges for Europeana Launch a two thematic campaigns that each cover a specific challenge for gathering and linking UGC to Europeana Establish close collaborations with the Wikipedia Community
  3. 3. Task 2.1 Tools used to enable end user contributions to Europeana content Oxford University Used to contribute stories in the context of 1914-1918 We Are What we Do and PSNC, Used to upload and publish content for 1989 Spild af Tid, NTUA Digital Storytelling Platform
  4. 4. Digital Storytelling Platform: Editing a Story
  5. 5. Digital Storytelling Platform DSP story player #/en/Europeana+1914++1918/5135de43e4b0abc7fefb4964
  6. 6. Deploying the Digital Storytelling Platform • The DSP was evaluated by representative groups of potential users. • In Copenhagen, Den Haag, 10 libraries (WP3) • Findings: solid back-end, insights regarding usability (more detail in D2.4) • Two streams future work, started in YR2: • Adding the platform in Europeana Labs and Europeana gitHub software repository • Investigate using the backend for user created galleries (Europeana Creative)
  7. 7. Task 2.2 good idea and making it “taking aContent Gathering Campaigns great” Origin: “Great War Archive” Oxford University, 2008 UK UK 0 00 .5 t 6.5 0ctss 6 c e obj je ob Activity in YR 1-3 of Awareness s i ie trre stss t oun bjecct oun bje c 11 c 5 o 11 5 5 o 4.2 5 6 4.2 6 Activity in YR 2 and 3 of Awareness s trre stss ti ie t n oun je ccou bjecc 5 5 1ob 11o 9.6 1 9.6
  8. 8. 1914-1918 in Year 2 of the project • Europeana Awareness has launched campaigns to gather user-generated content about the First World War in 11 countries to date. • In YR2: Belgium and Italy => part of the Europeana Awareness project • France, Romania, Slovenia and Cyprus in addition to original plans. • Awareness staff have trained local staff and updated guidelines.
  9. 9. Visitors, contributors and experts
  10. 10. Special mention for ‘La grande collecte’ in France –1 9 ber ions vem ocat No + l 100 6 3 201 th
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  12. 12. Uses the Europeana API
  13. 13. Additional sources From the Stewart Library, Weber State University
  14. 14. Key results 1914-1918 Campaign  By the end of YR2, 64,255 digital files with metadata have been supplied by members of the public have been ingested into the Europeana portal.  More await further approval  A lot of press attention (see WP1)  Support from private partner providing on-site scanning
  15. 15. 1989 “We made history” Czech Republic (very good special video with subtitles) TV Czech Poland launch project ambassador calling for participation Best piece from Poland in English TV Poland TV Latvia TV Estonia
  16. 16. 1989 Campaign in year 2 of the project Poland Free Elections 4 June 1989 Warsaw 8/9 June 2013 Gdansk 15/16 June 2013 Poznan 22/23 June 2013 Baltic Way 23 August 1989 Lithuania Vilnius 9/10 August 2013 Panevezys 13 August 2013 Latvia Riga 23/24 August 2013 Estonia Tallinn 30/31 August 2013
  17. 17. 1989 Campaign in year 2 of the project Campaign 2013-2014 Czech Republic Velvet Revolution 17 November 1989 2.11.2013 PLZEŇ 9.11.2013 HRADEC KRÁLOVÉ 17.11.2013 PRAHA 23.11.2013 OLOMOUC 30.11.2013 OPAVA
  18. 18. 1989 Campaign launch Project launch 03 June 2013 in Poland, Warsaw Round Table and First Collection Days: 08/09 June 2013 in Poland, Warsaw
  19. 19. Historypin
  20. 20. Relive the Baltic Way “Pin yourself on the map”
  21. 21. Historypin
  22. 22. Collection Days Lithuania
  23. 23. Collection Days Lithuania
  24. 24. Collection Days Latvia
  25. 25. Collection Days Estonia
  26. 26. Collection Days Czech Republic
  27. 27. Key results 1989  Successful events in 5 countries  Partnership with Historypin (existing platform)  Spin off projects • 89 Voices, Europeana • 1989 Online Wikipedia Challenge  Result: • 9.611 contributions added to • A lot of press attention (see WP1)
  28. 28. Task 2.3 Connecting the Europeana community with Wikimedia Chapters Europeana Awareness map.svg. Image by: Lokal_Profil. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0.
  29. 29. Wikipedia Edit a thons, 10 countries Sweden (WW1) – November 7, 2012 Sweden (Fashion) – March 22, 2013 Poland (1989) – June 9, 2013 Denmark (1894) – June 8, 2013 Netherlands, Greece, Australia, Belgium, Germany, Serbia, Sweden and UK (WW1 Edit-athons) – June 29, 2013 Sweden (Fashion) – November 12, 2013 Europeana Fashion Editathon at Nordiska museet in Stockholm n_2013_11.jpg
  30. 30. Edit-a-thons
  31. 31. Wiki Loves Public Art photo competition • Executed in May 2013 • Sweden, Spain, Austria, Finland and Israel joined the contest in 2013 • 9,250 images were uploaded as part of the contest by 225 uploaders, of which 57 percent were first time contributor • The articles with photos from the contest have been shown a total of 1,353,909 times between May-October 2013.
  32. 32. The winning image from the photo contest in 2013. Ricardo Bofill (Ricard Bofill Leví), Les quatre barres de la senyera catalana 8 DSC09517.jpg. Image by: Coldcreation. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0-ES.
  33. 33. Wikipedia Collaboration: Key results • Enable the Wikimedia community to work with GLAM content (for instance through Edit-a-thons) • Objects added through the collaboration generated 18,825.448 page impressions on Wikipedia in 2013 • Valuable help with finding GLAM partners to work with in various follow up projects. • The internationally oriented focus of the cooperation supports intrachapter cooperation and pan-EU campaigns: • Pan EU challenges (Wiki Loves Public Art, WWI, 1989) • Wiki Loves Public Monuments (2.650) – “Special Award for the best photo of a First World War-related photo”
  34. 34. WP2 Lessons learned in YR2 • The 1914-1918 campaign model is robust, and has inspired memory institutions outside the consortium to organize collection days. • A large number of records (stories) and related files still await cataloguing by our local subject experts. • The 1989 campaign requires a different and more challenging level of engagement, as these events are more recent in public memory • Europeana proved once more to act as a driver for pan-EU campaigns and receive a lot of visibility • Many ways to collaborate with Wikipedia. Bringing the Europeana Network and the Wikipedia Community together
  35. 35. Looking Ahead (1/2)  Digital Storytelling Platform • Publish on Europeana Labs, evaluate use for user created galleries  1914-1918 Collection days • Germany, various cities (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Germany 3031/01/2014, May/June 2014); • The Netherlands, various cities (March 2014) • Greece, various cities (Dimosia kentriki Vivliothiki Veroias, May 2014) • Poland, various cities (National Library, June 2014) • Portugal, various cities (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Fall 2014) • Austria, various cities (ONB, Vienna, Fall 2014) • Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina – currently investigating
  36. 36. Looking Ahead (2/2)  1989 Collection days • Leipzig- 16/17 May 2014 • Budapest - June 2014  Wikipedia collaboration • Detailed in MS10 “Roadmap for collaboration with Wikimedia” • Continue the WW1 edit-a-thons • Coordinate future collaborations – proposed Europeana Taskforce • Wiki Loves Monuments in 2014
  37. 37. Thank you Johan Oomen (on behalf of all WP2 participants)