a gallery systems project<br />eMuseum Network:<br />bringing access to all<br />
Overview of presentation<br />What is eMuseum Network?<br />How does it work?<br />Current participants<br />Content, sear...
What is eMuseum Network?<br />A way for museums to share information<br />A tool for the museum community<br />A way to se...
How does it work?<br />Each participating museum is a ‘node’<br />One central search point, like Google<br />Standard (key...
Current Participants<br />
Content<br />As of 2/1/2011, there are 1.3 million objects (most have images)<br />International participants<br />Museums...
Searching – Advance SearchFielded with more control<br />
Searching – Quick Search<br />
Quick Search – operators available<br />Quick Search supports Lucene query terms<br />Fuzzy Search: primary_title:come~<br...
Data Terminology Mapping<br />Classification and Geography fields are “broad-mapped” against a distinct set of terms.<br />
Filtering<br />Select filter categories<br />Click “x” to remove filter<br />Automatically refreshes<br />
Views – List<br />Link back to Institution and local URL<br />Description Pop-out<br />Sort field<br />
Views – Images<br />Thumbnail Zoom<br />
Views – Item<br /> ITEM View<br />
Views – Item<br />Display Full Image<br />
Views – Item<br />Linked Data – ULAN and Freebase<br />
Linked Data – laying the foundation<br />The term Linked Data refers to a set of best practices for publishing and connect...
MyCollections<br />Create your own collection and work collaboratively...<br />
Export<br />CDWA Lite, LIDO, TMS<br />Only with proper user credentials<br />Import into TMS and EmbARK<br />
Import CDWA Lite into EmbARK<br />
LIDO 1.0 XML document example produced by eMuseum Network, see: http://cidoc.icom.museum/WG_Data_Harvesting(en)(E1).xmlfor...
A Look at eMuseum Network<br />Demo:<br />http://www.emuseum.net<br />
Benefits of eMuseum Network<br /><ul><li>Improving operational efficiency – collaborating and sharing can make us more eff...
Investing in the infrastructure of museums overall, not just one-by-one
Sharing our data benefits everyone
Both for work and pleasure</li></li></ul><li>Other Benefits<br />Shared cataloguing<br />Collaborative / social networking...
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Gallery Systems: eMuseum Network: Bringing Access to All

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Presentation by Robb Detlefs (Gallery Systems, Inc.) at the VRA + ARLIS/NA 2nd Joint Conference in Minneapolis, MN at the Vendor Slam.

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  • Museum KunstPalast, Museum of Fine Arts Budapest (in process), Birmingham Museum in the UK, Australia National Maritime Museum (in process)
  • Participation is a great opportunity to get more familiar with your data. It is a great opportunity for us to get more familiar with how you use your data too.
  • Connect back to the source digital images stored on your own web site.
  • Leverage the power of the Internet and emerging technology with Linked Data
  • Linked Data is a blossoming project and standard based on the ideas of Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web.Going beyond the linking of web pages or documents, as is the approach for the Web, Linked Data, as its name implies, refers to the linking of structured data on the Internet.This is a large, global project which will eventually reach proportions similar to the web of pages we currently all know.If you go to the project website – http://linkeddata.org – you will see a diagram like this,
  • Gallery Systems: eMuseum Network: Bringing Access to All

    1. 1. a gallery systems project<br />eMuseum Network:<br />bringing access to all<br />
    2. 2. Overview of presentation<br />What is eMuseum Network?<br />How does it work?<br />Current participants<br />Content, searching, views<br />Data export – TMS, LIDO, CDWA Lite<br />Demonstration<br />Future<br />
    3. 3. What is eMuseum Network?<br />A way for museums to share information<br />A tool for the museum community<br />A way to search across museum collections from a single access point<br />Not just search, but a platform for sharing and collaborating<br />A site for the public to use! Coming soon!<br />
    4. 4. How does it work?<br />Each participating museum is a ‘node’<br />One central search point, like Google<br />Standard (keyword) and fielded search methods<br />Summary of results by museums and categories<br />View results in List, Images, and Item views<br />Filter results<br />Jump to source website<br />Create personal collections<br />Export data: CDWA Lite, LIDO and TMS<br />
    5. 5. Current Participants<br />
    6. 6. Content<br />As of 2/1/2011, there are 1.3 million objects (most have images)<br />International participants<br />Museums, Private Collections, Artist Foundations, University Collections, etc.<br />
    7. 7. Searching – Advance SearchFielded with more control<br />
    8. 8. Searching – Quick Search<br />
    9. 9. Quick Search – operators available<br />Quick Search supports Lucene query terms<br />Fuzzy Search: primary_title:come~<br />Wildcard with ?: hagedor?<br />Wildcard with multiple characters: k*steiner<br />Proximity searching: "horses tails"~10<br />NOT operator: "Louisa Starr Canziani" NOT watercolour<br />OR and Parentheses: ("Louisa Starr Canziani" OR "salvador dali") AND "oil on“<br />And more…<br />
    10. 10. Data Terminology Mapping<br />Classification and Geography fields are “broad-mapped” against a distinct set of terms.<br />
    11. 11. Filtering<br />Select filter categories<br />Click “x” to remove filter<br />Automatically refreshes<br />
    12. 12. Views – List<br />Link back to Institution and local URL<br />Description Pop-out<br />Sort field<br />
    13. 13. Views – Images<br />Thumbnail Zoom<br />
    14. 14. Views – Item<br /> ITEM View<br />
    15. 15. Views – Item<br />Display Full Image<br />
    16. 16. Views – Item<br />Linked Data – ULAN and Freebase<br />
    17. 17. Linked Data – laying the foundation<br />The term Linked Data refers to a set of best practices for publishing and connecting structured data on the Web.<br />Key technologies that support Linked Data are URIs, HTTP, and RDF.<br />eMuseum Network contains building blocks for providing Linked Data URIs for connecting museum data.<br />Source: http://linkeddata.org/faq<br />
    18. 18. MyCollections<br />Create your own collection and work collaboratively...<br />
    19. 19. Export<br />CDWA Lite, LIDO, TMS<br />Only with proper user credentials<br />Import into TMS and EmbARK<br />
    20. 20. Import CDWA Lite into EmbARK<br />
    21. 21. LIDO 1.0 XML document example produced by eMuseum Network, see: http://cidoc.icom.museum/WG_Data_Harvesting(en)(E1).xmlfor LIDO 1.0 documentation<br />
    22. 22. A Look at eMuseum Network<br />Demo:<br />http://www.emuseum.net<br />
    23. 23. Benefits of eMuseum Network<br /><ul><li>Improving operational efficiency – collaborating and sharing can make us more effective and efficient
    24. 24. Investing in the infrastructure of museums overall, not just one-by-one
    25. 25. Sharing our data benefits everyone
    26. 26. Both for work and pleasure</li></li></ul><li>Other Benefits<br />Shared cataloguing<br />Collaborative / social networking approach to vocabulary development<br />Standardization of terminology, geography, constituents, etc.<br />Documentation and localization / translation will be much more accurate and timely<br />
    27. 27. Future<br />Many more nodes<br />Multi-lingual user interface<br />Multi-lingual thesauri in search engine<br />New profile in development (more data, more images)<br />Dynamic linking of information within local collection and exhibition management systems<br />Virtual Gallerie<br />
    28. 28. How do you get involved?<br />Join the eMuseum Network User’s listserv<br />http://listserv.gallerysystems.com/read/all_forums/<br />Learn how to become a member!<br />emuseumnetwork@gallerysystems.com<br />

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