Sustainability in digital heritage projects

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Sustainability in digital heritage projects

  1. 1. Hi!
  2. 2. MeJacob Riddersholm WangHead of IT-development at Odense City Museums@jacob_wang // jacobwang.wordpress.com // blog.historiskatlas.dk
  3. 3. IntroductionSustainability in digital heritage projects- And the ”why”s and ”how”s of sharing Sharing is caring, 11th november, DR Byen
  4. 4. !!! Why share data? !!! Why share data? A story…
  5. 5. Deep BlueKasparov vs Deep Blue (1997)
  6. 6. Watson Intro 01 Watson (2011)
  7. 7. Watson“Watson is an artificial intelligence computer system capable of answering questionsposed in natural language (…) Watson had access to 200 million pages of structuredand unstructured content (…) including the full text of Wikipedia. Watson Intro 02Watson was not connected to the Internet during the game.” - Wikipedia The stuff of libraries, archives and museums!ContentEncyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, newswire articles,literary works, databases, taxonomies, ontologies
  8. 8. Watson Videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFR3lOm_xhE http://goo.gl/SuJ9D
  9. 9. Watson IRL? Watson IRL“IBM and Nuance Communications Inc. are partnering for the research projectto develop a commercial product during the next 18 to 24 monthsthat will exploit Watson’s capabilities as a clinical decision support systemto aid the diagnosis and treatment of patients.” - Wikipedia
  10. 10. Watson IRL! Watson IRL“IBM and Nuance Communications Inc. are partnering for the research projectto develop a commercial product during the next 18 to 24 monthsthat will exploit Watson’s capabilities as a clinical decision support systemto aid the diagnosis and treatment of patients.” - Wikipedia
  11. 11. Watson in cultural heritage?! Watson in digital heritage“IBM and some cool people are partnering for the research projectto develop an open source product during the next 18 to 24 monthsthat will exploit Watson’s capabilities as a cultural heritage answering systemto aid the education and general historical conscience of the public.” - Wikipedia
  12. 12. Watson = the power of BIG DATAWatson in 2020? in 2020? Watson You in 2020?Consumer technology (Siri already is!) Will you have content ready for Watson?In our pocketsInternet connectedFaster, better, smarter, easier to use
  13. 13. Odense City MuseumsArchaeologyHistoryArts Odense City Museums + IT-Hans Christian AndersenCarl Nielsen development IT-development 2 x developers 2 x general IT-workers 1 x fundraiser, projectdeveloper/manager (me)
  14. 14. Odense City Museums, digitally224,336 museum objects total102,813 archaeological objects62,147 cultural heritage objects30,945 Hans Christian Andersen objects (more like ~10,000 REAL museum objects)14,209 coins and medals6,5995,895 Odense City Museums collection works of art Carl Nielsen objects1,728 Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen objects814 artists97095 images (broad collection; objects, people, places, projects, documentation)184 films49 maps35 websites (main site, subsites, collections online, social media sites/pages/channels)1 map engine
  15. 15. Challenges sharing data?Project oriented culture !!! Challenges sharing data !!!Political climateCore activitiesOrganizationBusiness modelsTechnology and tech trendsWe need to remember HISTORY!
  16. 16. Challenges sharing data?Project oriented culturePolitical climateCore activities Project oriented cultureOrganizationBusiness modelsTechnology and tech trends New stuff = $$We need to remember HISTORY! Everybody can’t do new stuff We (ervrybody!) do old + new stuff together We are progressing
  17. 17. Challenges sharing data?Project oriented culturePolitical climateCore activities Political climateOrganizationBusiness modelsTechnology and tech trends Experience economyWe need to remember HISTORY! Focus on users Sharing data = building foundations for future user-oriented activities
  18. 18. Challenges sharing data? Project oriented culture Political climate Core activities Organization Business models Technology and tech trends We need to remember HISTORY!Core activities
  19. 19. Challenges sharing data?Project oriented culturePolitical climateCore activities OrganizationOrganizationBusiness modelsTechnology and tech trends Who?We need to remember HISTORY! How to work together? Open projects with open doors Open project management Decentralization
  20. 20. Challenges sharing data? Project oriented culture Political climate 1. What are we offering? Core activities 2. Who wants our stuff? Organization 3. How will they get it? 4. Who will pay and how much? Business models 5. What activities are needed to deliver? 6. How do we get people to know about this? Technology and tech trends 7. Who to work with? We need to remember HISTORY! 8. What will it cost?Business models
  21. 21. 1st order Social Media Mobile Media Location servicesChallenges sharing data?Project oriented culture 2nd orderPolitical climate MashupsCore activities Technology and tech trendsOrganization Augmented Reality Linked Open DataBusiness models 3rd orderTechnology and tech trends Semantic webWe need to remember HISTORY! Crowdsourcing New Interfaces Linked Open Data, Metadata standards, Webservices + APIs, URIs, RDF / SparQL
  22. 22. Challenges sharing data?Project oriented culturePolitical climateCore activitiesOrganization We forget HISTORY! 01Business modelsTechnology and tech trendsWe need to remember HISTORY!
  23. 23. Frontend Frontend Frontend Frontend FrontendContent Content Content Content Content We forget HISTORY! 02 Frontend Frontend Frontend Frontend Frontend Content Content Content Content Content
  24. 24. Frontend Frontend Frontend Frontend FrontendContent Content Content Content Content We forget HISTORY! 03 Frontend Frontend Frontend Frontend Frontend Content Content Content Content Content
  25. 25. Collective musem web knowledge? We forget HISTORY! 04Existing platforms are BOSSUse 50% of webproject funds on content creation50% on APIs and frontendsDigital presence is better than portalsThis counts for mobile web and apps too!!!
  26. 26. Web apps We forget HISTORY! 05 1001 Historisk Historiske Flickr Youtube Wikipedia Stories Atlas Billeder
  27. 27. We forget HISTORY! 06
  28. 28. Things to remember!Big data is BOSS SummaryComply with metadata standardsOpen APIsMashupsCrowdsourcingHire your own developers. You WILL LOVE THEM!!!
  29. 29. !!! The End !!!Thank you!
  30. 30. General important questionsWhy share data? Key questionsChallenges doing it? (how to do it?)How will sharing change LAMs?How will it change the usage of cultural heritage resources?
  31. 31. Key questions to meImportant questions to meWhat characterizes a sustainable digital project?How do we create projects that aligns with our core acitivities?How should we act in the midst of tech hype?What is the "cemetary of dead frontends“?How to prepare for digital heritage sharing and collaboration beyond the 2010s?
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  43. 43. Historisk Atlas Video
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