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Sca planning meeting1

  1. 1. ‘National ContentStrategies’Examples of outputsand outcomes slide 1
  2. 2. France.fr National strategy resulted in a ‘national website’ Split into themes, places and dates by which to explore country Themes include everything from studying in France to news and literature La France en un coup dœil E.g. Emile Zola: • Description/ biography • Images • Related geo-location • Related people, places, event 06/08/2012 slide 2
  3. 3. DigitalNZ  Portal for cultural assets- can view assets and be guided back to host site  Clear and permissive terms of use- mostly CC but put in even clearer terms Mix and Mash competition of content and datae.g. Maouri Mona Lisa• Taught school children about copyright and how to remix content 06/08/2012 slide 3
  4. 4. Digital Wales  To deliver digital skills for everyone,  Improved online public services  Faster infrastructure  Enhanced mobile coverage. E.g. Welsh Experience of WW1: made possible by range of at NLW by range of universities, BBC Wales,. Archives Wales, National Museum Wales and Welsh government06/08/2012 slide 4
  5. 5. Other examples Digital Public Library of America • More akin to a UK model with reduced centralised impetus. • Drawing on institutions and defined partnerships rather than a national mandate i.e. foundations, research institutions, cultural organizations, government, and librariesEuropeana• Europeana is seen as a key vehicle to bringing all of European Culture online:• By 2015- 300 million objects• By 2025- all European cultural heritage should be digitised and included06/08/2012 slide 5
  6. 6. ‘Co-Innovation’What we mean andexamples slide 6
  7. 7. What do we mean? Definition: Collaborative, co-funded or resourced digital projects that have been undertaken in partnership with others that deliver new and significant technological innovation in the provision of digital content to existing or new audiences.Employment opportunities Pooled Expertise“great to work with Zandra, BBC/ BUFVC/ JISCto know what it could be like in the industry” In kind’ contribution through staff time Use of BOB interface slide 7
  8. 8. Other Examples Digital Theatre works in partnership with the leading theatre companies and arts organisations in the country to bring the best theatre to your desktop or television screen. Kingdom of Plants David Attenborough guides you through the incredible Kingdom of Plants. Partnership between Sky Atlantic and Kew06/08/2012 slide 8

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