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Estermann irspm2016 open_glam_in_practice_20160414

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"OpenGLAM" in Practice - Presentation at the IRSPM 2016 Conference in Hong Kong, April 2016.

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Estermann irspm2016 open_glam_in_practice_20160414

  1. 1. OpenGLAM in Practice – How Heritage Institutions Appropriate the Notion of Openness Beat Estermann, 14 April 2016 – IRSPM, Hong Kong ▶ Bern University of Applied Sciences | E-Government Institute Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Center. Photo by Sarah Stierch, CC BY-SA 4.0 (Wikimedia Commons) This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License.
  2. 2. Early Adopters 13.5% Shareofinstitutions(%) Innovators 2.5% Early Majority 34% Late Majority 34% Laggards 16% Research Questions Where do heritage institutions stand with regard to… …Open Data? …Linked Data / Semantic Web? …Digitization …Open Content? …Engaging Audiences on the Internet …Collaborative Content Creation What are the perceived risks and opportunities? (drivers vs. hindering factors) What are the expected benefits? What are the differences between different types of heritage institutions? International comparisons: In what ways does the situation vary in the different countries? Awareness Evaluation AdoptionTrialInterest Innovation Diffusion Model, Everett Rogers, 1962
  3. 3. Positioning of the practices covered with regard to the «Open Government Implementation Model» Source: Lee and Kwak 2011: «Open Government Implementation Model»
  4. 4. Bulgaria, Brazil, Finland, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Ukraine, all institution types combined, N = 1030. Cases with «stagnation» / «discontinuance» have been ignored. Proportionofinstitutions(%) Innovators 2.5% Early Majority 34% Late Majority 34% Early Adopters 13.5% Laggards 16% Collaborative content creation Social media Open content Digitization Linked data Open data Advanced implementation Adoption Trial Evaluation Interest No interest Everett Roger’s Diffusion of Innovation Model Diffusion of Innovative Practices among Heritage Institutions
  5. 5. ▶ What are the links and mutual influences between the various Internet- related practices? Is there a typical path institutions follow when adopting the practices under consideration? ▶ Which context factors at the country level influence the adoption of the various practices? ▶ To what extent do attitudes with regard to the different practices change as heritage institutions transit through the various stages of the innovation adoption process? Focus of the conference paper
  6. 6. Factors influencing the adoption of Internet-related practices
  7. 7. Country-level variables macro-levelmeso-   
  8. 8. ▶ Calculated as part of the UN E-Government Survey ▶ Three Sub-Indexes: ▶ E-Information Sharing: Use of online services to facilitate provision of information by governments to citizens ▶ E-Consultation: Interaction with stakeholders ▶ E-Decision Making: Engagement in decision-making processes E-Participation Index
  9. 9. ▶ All Internet-related practices are self-reinforcing: higher adoption levels translate into higher scores on perceived importance and desirability ▶ Small differences, but no dramatic effects in attitudes across adoption stages ▶ Attitude changes are slow; in some cases, crucial attitude changes seem to lag behind changes of practice (e.g. with regard to «open content») ▶ Institutions are heading for a win-win situation, based on more ‘openness’ towards and participation by users: ▶ improved visibility and perceived relevance of institutions ▶ improved access to external working power and expertise ▶ improved interactions and relationship with users ▶ networking and community building among target audiences and heritage institutions ▶ increased sense of public ownership and responsibility among users Observed changes in attitudes
  10. 10. ▶ Contact Details: • Beat Estermann E-mail: beat.estermann@bfh.ch Phone: +41 31 848 34 38 ▶ Project Portal: • http://survey.openglam.ch Thank you for your attention!

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