Capita Selecta2012-2013 History of Dutch   museum digitization          1-Introduction             Universiteit van Amster...
Today	  •  Welcome	  CIW	  •  Presenta3on	  round	  •  Goals	  of	  the	  semester	      •  Tasks,	  rules,	  ques3ons	   ...
Goals	  •  Know	  the	  most	  important	  elements	  in	  the	  digi3za3on	  of	     Dutch	  museums.	       –  Discover	...
•  Individual	  wriVen	  analysis	  (x4)	                                                      Tasks	       •  You	  chose...
Tasks	     Individual	      wriVen	    analysis	  (x4)	                             CIW	                                  ...
Tasks	                                                             Institutions                                           ...
Overview	  1	                                                                             Context	  •  This	  course	  is	...
Overview	  1	                             Context	  CS	  2012-­‐2013	  
Overview	  1	                             Context	  CS	  2012-­‐2013	  
Overview	  2	                                                                                                      Defini3o...
Overview	  2	                                                                              Defini3ons	  •  There	  are	  81...
Overview	  3	                                                          A	  brief	  history	  - Museum policy every 4 years...
Overview	  3	                                                                 A	  brief	  history	  •  1960s:	  First	  us...
Next	  3me	  •  Lecture:	  The	  start	  (mari3me	  museums)	  •  To	  read:	  Computers	  and	  their	  poten3al	     app...
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Capita selecta intro

  1. 1. Capita Selecta2012-2013 History of Dutch museum digitization 1-Introduction Universiteit van Amsterdam Opleiding Culturele Informatiewetenschap Trilce Navarrete Hernandez
  2. 2. Today  •  Welcome  CIW  •  Presenta3on  round  •  Goals  of  the  semester   •  Tasks,  rules,  ques3ons   •  BB  -­‐  Blackboard  •  Quick  overview  of  the  semester   •  Context:  Main  themes   •  Defini3ons   •  A  brief  history   Image: “Faces of the Rijksmuseum” CS  2012-­‐2013   http://weblab.ab-c.nl/rijksmuseum
  3. 3. Goals  •  Know  the  most  important  elements  in  the  digi3za3on  of   Dutch  museums.   –  Discover  your  history  !  To  be&er  understand  the  present.  •  Know  the  digi3za3on  process.   –  With  a  focus  on  policy,  finances,  technology,  organiza3onal  change  and   the  user  of  heritage  content.  To  understand  complex  projects.  •  Iden3fy  the  differences  between  the  Netherlands  and   interna3onal  museums.   –  To  compare  interna7onally,  with  other  7mes  and  across  sectors.  •  Apply  CIW  theories.   –  Use  your  CIW  knowledge.  To  strengthen  your  CIW  excellence.  •  Think  strategically  during  cri3cal  analysis  of  digi3za3on   processes.   CS  2012-­‐2013  
  4. 4. •  Individual  wriVen  analysis  (x4)   Tasks   •  You  chose  a  theme:  policy,  finances,  technology,  organiza3onal   change,  the  user.   •  You  map  the  history  on  the  one  theme.  •  Group  ac3vity   •  Linked  to  final  research  project.  •  Literature  review  (x8)   •  You  read  and  analyze  the  texts  (summary,  core  ideas,  place  in  history).   •  You  link  it  to  the  present  (e.g.  s3ll  valid?)  •  Final  research  project   •  You  chose  a  theme  to  analyze.   •  You  set  in  history  (based  on  x4  individual  wriVen  documents).   •  You  set  in  CIW  theory.   •  You  organize  the  data,  you  iden3fy  the  characteris3cs,  and  you  reflect   on  the  process  =  what  does  it  all  mean?   CS  2012-­‐2013  
  5. 5. Tasks   Individual   wriVen   analysis  (x4)   CIW   Research   background   project  report   Literature   review  /   analysis  (x8)  Mapping  of  thema3c  history   Theore3c  framework   Final  paper    Final   Final   paper   paper   Capita  Selecta   Final   Final   2012-­‐2013   paper   paper   Group  Project   CS  2012-­‐2013  
  6. 6. Tasks   Institutions Government perspective•  We are both responsible for the success of the course: •  Me by supporting your learning / development process. •  You by taking an active role in your learning process. CS  2012-­‐2013   http://blackboard.uva.nl/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp
  7. 7. Overview  1   Context  •  This  course  is  based  on  a  5  year  research.   •  PhD  about  History  of  Digi3za3on  of  Dutch  Museums  1960-­‐2011.  •  Main  themes:   •  Policy   •  Financing   •  Organiza3onal  change   •  The  user  •  The  goal  is  that  you  learn  from  the  experience  and  further   your  research.   CS  2012-­‐2013  
  8. 8. Overview  1   Context  CS  2012-­‐2013  
  9. 9. Overview  1   Context  CS  2012-­‐2013  
  10. 10. Overview  2   Defini3ons  •  Museums  are  managed  by  the  Ministry  of  OCW.   Minister  of   Educa3on,  Culture   •  Before  that,  by  Wellbeing,  health  and  culture  (1982-­‐1994)   and  Science   •  Culture,  recrea3on  and  social  work  (1965-­‐1982)   •  Educa3on,  arts  and  science  (1952-­‐1965).   State  Secretary  of   Culture  •  There  is  no  museum  law  but  there  is  a  Cultural   Heritage  Preserva3on  Act  (1985).  The  Cultural   Director  General   Cultural  Heritage   Inspectorate   Heritage  Inspectorate  ensures  its   Culture  and  Media   implementa3on.   Cultural  Heritage   Media,  LeVers  and   Arts   Libraries   Government   Museums   Service  for   Na3onal  Archive   Cultural  Heritage   CS  2012-­‐2013   (RCE)
  11. 11. Overview  2   Defini3ons  •  There  are  810  museums  (ICOM  defini3on).  •  Museums  can  be  divided  in:   •  Na3onal  museums  (30  ?)   •  Municipal  museums   •  Local  museums   •  Private  museums  •  Museums  are  autonomous  (private).   •  Staff  is  not  a  civil  servant   •  The  government  owns  (part  of)  the  collec3on   •  The  government  (may)  own  the  building   •  The  government  provides  regular  subsidy   •  Museums  can  apply  for  government  grants   •  The  government  has  financed  012-­‐2013   f)  the  digi3za3on  of  collec3ons   CS  2 (part  o
  12. 12. Overview  3   A  brief  history  - Museum policy every 4 years (linked to subsidy period)- Impact of other ministries in digitization of heritage (Economic/Internal Affairs) CS  2012-­‐2013  
  13. 13. Overview  3   A  brief  history  •  1960s:  First  use  of  computers.  •  1970s:  Experimenta3on  with  heritage  content.  •  1980s:  AVen3on  to  selec3on  of  technology.  •  1990s:  Mass  adop3on  of  digital  environment.    •  2000s:  Adop3on  of  standards  (self  made).  Discussion  of   quality  vs.  quan3ty  (Memory  of  the  Netherlands).  •  2010:  Sustainability,  born  digital,  archeological  data  (3D/4D).   Digital  sta3s3cs.  •  2012:  Harmoniza3on  of  work  prac3ce  (interna3onally).  Open   data.  User  as  producer.  Revision  of  process.   CS  2012-­‐2013  
  14. 14. Next  3me  •  Lecture:  The  start  (mari3me  museums)  •  To  read:  Computers  and  their  poten3al   applica3on  in  museums  (1967  conference  NY).   Rijksmuseum  library  !  •  To  prepare:  selec3on  of  themes,  division  of   tasks   CS  2012-­‐2013  

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