Johan Oomen
Head of Research
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
@johanoomen
THE MANY UNEXPECTED JOYS OF BEING „OUT...
cef
1. Tagging and Classification
2. Collection Acquisition
3. Contextualisation
4. Correction and Transcription
5. Co-cur...
A TYPOLOGY OF USER PARTICIPATION IN A
HERITAGE CONTEXT
1. Tagging and Classification
2. Collection Acquisition
3. Contextu...
VIDEO LABELING GAME
Objective: collect fine-grained tags. Vocabulary used by end-
users.
VIDEO LABELING GAME
The game: adding descriptive tags to
videos
Match between players within a 10 second
time window: ‚SCO...
VIDEO LABELING GAME
- Tekst arial 28
- Tekst arial 24
- Tekst 20
Over 240.000 tags to date, 143.000 matches
From the evalu...
A TYPOLOGY OF USER PARTICIPATION IN A
HERITAGE CONTEXT
1. Tagging and Classification
2. Collection Acquisition
3. Contextu...
SOUND OF THE NETHERLANDS
Step 1: uploading hundreds of high quality, digitized archival
sounds to Soundcloud
SOUND OF THE NETHERLANDS
Step 2: placing the sounds on the map & ask the world to
contribute
SOUND OF THE NETHERLANDS
Enrichments on Soundcloud
Inserts in Wikipedia
pages
App ‚Mix van
Nederland’
https://en.wikipedia...
SOUND OF THE NETHERLANDS
Enrichments on Soundcloud
Inserts in Wikipedia
pages
App ‚Mix van
Nederland’
https://en.wikipedia...
A TYPOLOGY OF USER PARTICIPATION IN A
HERITAGE CONTEXT
1. Tagging and Classification
2. Collection Acquisition
3. Contextu...
EUROPEANA COLLECTIONS 1914-1918
EUROPEANA COLLECTIONS 1914-1918
http://vimeo.com/65900546
EUROPEANA COLLECTIONS 1914-1918
http://vimeo.com/65900546
ROADSHOWS 1914-1918
ROADSHOWS 1914-1918
In 2012 and 2013: 11 countries, 64.255 contributions
2014: at least 7 additional countries
www.europeana1914-1918.eu
Over 400.000 WWI related items to explore:
~ User Contributions
~ Memory organisations around th...
From the Stewart Library, Weber State University
www.europeana1914-1918.eu
EUROPEANA 1914-1918
Inserts in Wikipedia
pages
Live events
IMPORTANT DIVER: „OPEN CULTURE DATA”
FULFILL	
  THEIR	
  PUBLIC	
  MISSION	
  
“For	
  content	
  to	
  be	
  truly	
  acc...
OPEN CULTUUR DATA: EMPOWERING
PROFESSIONALS
Photo:&Olaf&Janssen.&CC&BY3SA&
Photo:	
  Olaf	
  Janssen.	
  CC	
  BY-­‐SA	
  ...
OPENGLAM
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
- Gligorov,	
  Riste,	
  Michiel	
  Hildebrand,	
  Jacco	
  van	
  Ossenbruggen,	
  Lora	
  Aroyo,	
...
POINTERS AND THANKS
- Waisda? Source code: https://github.com/beeldengeluid/waisda
- http://www.geluidvannederland.nl
- ht...
MEMORY ORGANISATIONS
http://www.digitalnz.org/make-it-digital/getting-started-with-digitisation
MEMORY ORGANISATIONS
Correction and
Transcription
ContextualisationCo-curation
Classification and
Tagging
Collection
acquis...
Johan Oomen
Head of Research
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
@johanoomen
THE MANY UNEXPECTED JOYS OF BEING „OUT...
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Contribution as part of the SXSW 2014 panel "100 Years of Oversharing: Tools for Time Travel" - http://schedule.sxsw.com/2014/events/event_IAP21645 @johanoomen

A typed journal from WWI passed on through generations fuels a young man's dreams of time travel and allows us to explore the power of personal stories and photos. Together with archival collections, these items take us through space and time, and the magical ability of cultural memory institutions to help individuals bring these incredibly compelling dreams to life. The World Wide Web provides the cultural, technological, and legal frameworks to open the doors to innovation and imagination, and also enables libraries, archives and museums the world over to play a critical role. We explore some of the diverse efforts to bring stories and memory to life in new ways, while also fostering open data and preservation, and the pros and cons at the intersection of public domain and private enterprise.

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The many unexptected joys if being "out there": examples of user participation in the heritage domain

  1. 1. Johan Oomen Head of Research Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision @johanoomen THE MANY UNEXPECTED JOYS OF BEING „OUT THERE” examples of user participation in the heritage domain 10-3-2014 SXSW 2014 panel: 100 Years of Oversharing: Tools for Time Travel #timetravel
  2. 2. cef 1. Tagging and Classification 2. Collection Acquisition 3. Contextualisation 4. Correction and Transcription 5. Co-curation of exhibitions 6. Crowdfunding } focus of this talk 10-3-2014 Oomen en Aroyo, 2011
  3. 3. A TYPOLOGY OF USER PARTICIPATION IN A HERITAGE CONTEXT 1. Tagging and Classification 2. Collection Acquisition 3. Contextualisation 4. Correction and Transcription 5. Co-curation 6. Crowdfunding 10-3-2014
  4. 4. VIDEO LABELING GAME Objective: collect fine-grained tags. Vocabulary used by end- users.
  5. 5. VIDEO LABELING GAME The game: adding descriptive tags to videos Match between players within a 10 second time window: ‚SCORE!’
  6. 6. VIDEO LABELING GAME - Tekst arial 28 - Tekst arial 24 - Tekst 20 Over 240.000 tags to date, 143.000 matches From the evaluation: „search based solely on user tags is more effective than search based on other types of metadata”
  7. 7. A TYPOLOGY OF USER PARTICIPATION IN A HERITAGE CONTEXT 1. Tagging and Classification 2. Collection Acquisition 3. Contextualisation 4. Correction and Transcription 5. Co-curation 6. Crowdfunding 10-3-2014
  8. 8. SOUND OF THE NETHERLANDS Step 1: uploading hundreds of high quality, digitized archival sounds to Soundcloud
  9. 9. SOUND OF THE NETHERLANDS Step 2: placing the sounds on the map & ask the world to contribute
  10. 10. SOUND OF THE NETHERLANDS Enrichments on Soundcloud Inserts in Wikipedia pages App ‚Mix van Nederland’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emperor_Goose http://tools.wmflabs.org/glamtools/baglama.php? https://soundcloud.com/beeldengeluid/ commentaar-en-racegeluiden-op
  11. 11. SOUND OF THE NETHERLANDS Enrichments on Soundcloud Inserts in Wikipedia pages App ‚Mix van Nederland’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emperor_Goose http://tools.wmflabs.org/glamtools/baglama.php? https://soundcloud.com/beeldengeluid/ commentaar-en-racegeluiden-op „Sound of the emperor goose”
  12. 12. A TYPOLOGY OF USER PARTICIPATION IN A HERITAGE CONTEXT 1. Tagging and Classification 2. Collection Acquisition 3. Contextualisation 4. Correction and Transcription 5. Co-curation 6. Crowdfunding 10-3-2014
  13. 13. EUROPEANA COLLECTIONS 1914-1918
  14. 14. EUROPEANA COLLECTIONS 1914-1918 http://vimeo.com/65900546
  15. 15. EUROPEANA COLLECTIONS 1914-1918 http://vimeo.com/65900546
  16. 16. ROADSHOWS 1914-1918
  17. 17. ROADSHOWS 1914-1918 In 2012 and 2013: 11 countries, 64.255 contributions 2014: at least 7 additional countries
  18. 18. www.europeana1914-1918.eu Over 400.000 WWI related items to explore: ~ User Contributions ~ Memory organisations around the world
  19. 19. From the Stewart Library, Weber State University www.europeana1914-1918.eu
  20. 20. EUROPEANA 1914-1918 Inserts in Wikipedia pages Live events
  21. 21. IMPORTANT DIVER: „OPEN CULTURE DATA” FULFILL  THEIR  PUBLIC  MISSION   “For  content  to  be  truly  accessible,  it  needs  to  be  where  the  users  are,   embedded  in  their  daily  networked  lives.”  (Wabel,  2009)   ! ! STIMULATING  COLLABORATION  AND  CREATIVITY     “No  maSer  who  you  are,   most  of  the  smartest  people  work  for  someone  else.”  (Joy’s  Law,  via  Michael  Edson)   http://www.opencultuurdata.nl/about/
  22. 22. OPEN CULTUUR DATA: EMPOWERING PROFESSIONALS Photo:&Olaf&Janssen.&CC&BY3SA& Photo:  Olaf  Janssen.  CC  BY-­‐SA   http://www.opencultuurdata.nl/about/
  23. 23. OPENGLAM
  24. 24. SELECTED PUBLICATIONS - Gligorov,  Riste,  Michiel  Hildebrand,  Jacco  van  Ossenbruggen,  Lora  Aroyo,  en  Guus  Schreiber.  2013.  “An  evalua]on  of   labelling-­‐game  data  for  video  retrieval”.  In  Proceedings  of  the  35th  European  conference  on  Advances  in   Informa]on  Retrieval,  50–61.  ECIR’13.  Berlin,  Heidelberg:  Springer-­‐Verlag.   ! - Oomen,  Johan,  en  Lora  Aroyo.  2011.  “Crowdsourcing  in  the  cultural  heritage  domain:  opportuni]es  and   challenges”.  In  Proceedings  of  the  5th  Interna]onal  Conference  on  Communi]es  and  Technologies,  138–49.   C&T  ’11.  New  York,  NY,  USA:  ACM.   ! - Verwayen,  H.,  Arnoldus,  M.,  &  Kaufman,  P.  B.  (2011).  The  Problem  of  the  Yellow  Milkmaid.  A  Business  Model   Perspec]ve  on  Open  Metadata.   ! - Crowdsourcing  our  Cultural  Heritage.  Editor:  Mia  Ridge.  Ashgate,  2014  (to  appear)   ! - L.  B.  Baltussen,  M.Brinkerink,  N.Timmermans,  M.  Zeinstra,  J.  Oomen.  Open  Culture  Data:  Opening  GLAM  Data   BoSom-­‐up.  Museums  and  the  Web  2013.  hSp://mw2013.museumsandtheweb.com/paper/open-­‐culture-­‐data-­‐ opening-­‐glam-­‐data-­‐boSom-­‐up/   ! - Johan  Oomen,  LoSe  Belice  Baltussen,  Maarten  Brinkerink,  Thijs  van  Exel.  Sound  of  the  Netherlands:  Crowdsourcing   the  Dutch  Soundscape.  Museums  and  the  Web  2013,  Portland  Oregon.  hSp://mw2013.museumsandtheweb.com/ proposals/with-­‐help-­‐from-­‐the-­‐public-­‐crowdsourcing-­‐sounds-­‐and-­‐amateur-­‐film/   ! - Waibel,  Günter  and  Ricky  Erway.  2009.  "Think  Global,  Act  Local  -­‐  Library,  Archive  and  Museum  Collabora]on."   Museum  Management  and  Curatorship,  24,4. 10-3-2014
  25. 25. POINTERS AND THANKS - Waisda? Source code: https://github.com/beeldengeluid/waisda - http://www.geluidvannederland.nl - http://www.europeana1914-1918.eu - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Europeana_1914-1918 - http://www.opencultuurdata.nl/about - http://openglam.org/ -     ! - Many thanks to: - Maarten Brinkerink ~ @mbrinkerink - Lotte Belice Baltussen ~ @lottebelice - Arnoud Traa ~ @auditievedienst - Alun Edwards ~ @HurricaneAlly - Just Vervaart ~ @Justvervaart - Michael Edson ~ @mpedson - Dutch Ministry of Culture (supporting Open Culture Data) 10-3-2014
  26. 26. MEMORY ORGANISATIONS http://www.digitalnz.org/make-it-digital/getting-started-with-digitisation
  27. 27. MEMORY ORGANISATIONS Correction and Transcription ContextualisationCo-curation Classification and Tagging Collection acquisition
  28. 28. Johan Oomen Head of Research Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision @johanoomen THE MANY UNEXPECTED JOYS OF BEING „OUT THERE” examples of user participation in the heritage domain SXSW 2014 panel: 100 Years of Oversharing: Tools for Time Travel #timetravel #swsw 10-3-2014

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