Re:Publica - Building and Curating the Commons

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Re:Publica - Building and Curating the Commons

  1. “Building a Cultural Commons”Joris Pekel@jpekelRe:Publica06/05/2013Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  2. OverviewThe CommonsWhy (not) Open?Open ProjectsCurating the CommonsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  3. Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  4. Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  5. ==Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  6. ==Digital content or data that is free to use, re-use and re-distributewithout technical or legal restrictionMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  7. Galleries Libraries, Archives and Museums==Digital content or data that is free to use, re-use and re-distributewithout technical or legal restrictionMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  8. Galleries Libraries, Archives and Museums==Digital content or data that is free to use, re-use and re-distributewithout technical or legal restrictionhttp://opendefinition.orgMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  9. What is the Commons?Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  10. What is the Commons?“resources accessible to all members of a society”- WikipediaMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  11. Environmental ExamplesAirFishForresthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/flannol/6864112329/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/monkeyatlarge/16645379/http://www.flickr.com/photos/uberculture/4694130032/Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  12. Environmental ExamplesAirFishForresthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/flannol/6864112329/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/monkeyatlarge/16645379/http://www.flickr.com/photos/uberculture/4694130032/Non ExcludableMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  13. Environmental ExamplesAirFishForresthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/flannol/6864112329/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/monkeyatlarge/16645379/http://www.flickr.com/photos/uberculture/4694130032/Non ExcludableNon ExcludableMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  14. Environmental ExamplesAirFishForresthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/flannol/6864112329/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/monkeyatlarge/16645379/http://www.flickr.com/photos/uberculture/4694130032/Non ExcludableNon ExcludableNon ExcludableMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  15. Environmental ExamplesAirFishForresthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/flannol/6864112329/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/monkeyatlarge/16645379/http://www.flickr.com/photos/uberculture/4694130032/Non ExcludableNon ExcludableNon ExcludableNon RivalrousMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  16. What is the Digital Commons?"An information and knowledge resources that are collectively created andowned or shared between or among a community and that is, be (generallyfreely) available to third parties. Thus, they are oriented to favor use and reuse,rather than to exchange as a commodity.”- Mayo Fuster Morell - OKFNMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  17. The promise of the DigitalCommonsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  18. The promise of the DigitalCommonsNon ExcludableMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  19. The promise of the DigitalCommonsNon Excludable Non RivalrousMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  20. The promise of the DigitalCommonsNon Excludable Non RivalrousRe-UsableMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  21. The promise of the DigitalCommonsNon Excludable Non RivalrousRe-UsableDigital artifacts can be curated,remixed, annotated by anyoneMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  22. Types of Data• Content data• MetadataMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  23. Digitised Content• (images)Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  24. MetadataMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  25. Metadata• Name of AuthorMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  26. Metadata• Name of Author• TitleMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  27. Metadata• Name of Author• Title• Date of CreationMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  28. Metadata• Name of Author• Title• Date of Creation• Size of PaintingMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  29. Metadata• Name of Author• Title• Date of Creation• Size of Painting• TranscriptionMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  30. Metadata• Name of Author• Title• Date of Creation• Size of Painting• Transcription• TranslationMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  31. Metadata• Name of Author• Title• Date of Creation• Size of Painting• Transcription• Translation• Analysis of contentMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  32. Metadata• Name of Author• Title• Date of Creation• Size of Painting• Transcription• Translation• Analysis of content• Further ReadingMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  33. Why Open?Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  34. Why Open?• Helping GLAMs fulfill their public missionMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  35. Why Open?• Helping GLAMs fulfill their public mission• Larger audienceMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  36. Why Open?• Helping GLAMs fulfill their public mission• Larger audience• Allow your audiences to participateMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  37. Why Open?• Helping GLAMs fulfill their public mission• Larger audience• Allow your audiences to participate• Connect and contextualise collectionsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  38. Why Open?• Helping GLAMs fulfill their public mission• Larger audience• Allow your audiences to participate• Connect and contextualise collections• Keep memory institutions relevant in a Digital AgeMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  39. Public Mission"Enable access to everyone who wants to do research"- British Library, Our Mission and 2020 Vision"Our core values are: accessibility, sustainability, innovation and cooperation."-National Library of the Netherlands, Our Mission and Vision"To provide diverse audiences with the best quality experience and optimum accessto our collections, physically and digitally."- the Victoria & Albert Museum, Mission and Objectives"The Federal Archives have the legal responsibility of permanently preserving thefederal archival documents and making them available for use."- German Federal Archives - ResponsibilitiesThe National Gallery of Denmark is Denmark’s premier museum of art. ThroughAccessibility, education, and exhibition- Danish National Gallery - MissionMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  40. Global AudienceOpen Images project in the Netherlands • 1500 items on Wikimedia commons aboutDutch history.• Being used in 500 articles in theNetherlands• More than 700 times in 63 differentlanguages• Average article views per month: more than2,5 millionhttp://www.openimages.eu/blog/2013/02/20/impact-metrics-increase-in-reach-and-reuse-of-open-images/Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  41. Global AudienceOpen Images project in the Netherlands • 1500 items on Wikimedia commons aboutDutch history.• Being used in 500 articles in theNetherlands• More than 700 times in 63 differentlanguages• Average article views per month: more than2,5 millionhttp://www.openimages.eu/blog/2013/02/20/impact-metrics-increase-in-reach-and-reuse-of-open-images/Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  42. Global AudienceOpen Images project in the Netherlands • 1500 items on Wikimedia commons aboutDutch history.• Being used in 500 articles in theNetherlands• More than 700 times in 63 differentlanguages• Average article views per month: more than2,5 million0.015% of their Collectionhttp://www.openimages.eu/blog/2013/02/20/impact-metrics-increase-in-reach-and-reuse-of-open-images/Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  43. Participation• Visitors and users can actively contribute to aspects of yourcollections:o Curationo Enrichment and improvemento Provide content for new collectionsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  44. Connect andContextualiseThe Neue Pinakothek, Münchenhttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Vincent_Willem_van_Gogh_128.jpgVan Gogh Museum, Amsterdamhttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Vincent_Van_Gogh_0010.jpgMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  45. IssuesMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  46. Issues• Concerns over lost revenue streamsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  47. Issues• Concerns over lost revenue streams• Attraction of private schemes that lockdown heritageMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  48. Issues• Concerns over lost revenue streams• Attraction of private schemes that lockdown heritage• Worries about the misuse of data and contentMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  49. Issues• Concerns over lost revenue streams• Attraction of private schemes that lockdown heritage• Worries about the misuse of data and content• Legal uncertainties: licensing, orphan worksMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  50. Issues• Concerns over lost revenue streams• Attraction of private schemes that lockdown heritage• Worries about the misuse of data and content• Legal uncertainties: licensing, orphan works• Technical challenges: standards, toolsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  51. ‘Open’ ProjectsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  52. ‘Open’ ProjectsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  53. ‘Open’ Projects• 2008Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  54. ‘Open’ Projects• 2008• ‘European Identity’Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  55. ‘Open’ Projects• 2008• ‘European Identity’• 28.000.000 recordsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  56. ‘Open’ Projects• 2008• ‘European Identity’• 28.000.000 records• 2600 InstitutionsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  57. ‘Open’ Projects• 2008• ‘European Identity’• 28.000.000 records• 2600 Institutions• MetadataMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  58. ‘Open’ Projects• 2008• ‘European Identity’• 28.000.000 records• 2600 Institutions• Metadata• Link to InstitutionMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  59. Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  60. ‘Open’ ProjectsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  61. ‘Open’ ProjectsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  62. ‘Open’ Projects• 2013Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  63. ‘Open’ Projects• 2013• 2.500.000 recordsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  64. ‘Open’ Projects• 2013• 2.500.000 records• 200 InstitutionsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  65. ‘Open’ Projects• 2013• 2.500.000 records• 200 Institutions• MetadataMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  66. ‘Open’ Projects• 2013• 2.500.000 records• 200 Institutions• Metadata• Link to InstitutionMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  67. ‘Open’ ProjectsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  68. ‘Open’ ProjectsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  69. ‘Open’ Projects• Volunteer drivenMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  70. ‘Open’ Projects• Volunteer driven• Collaboration with GLAMsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  71. ‘Open’ Projects• Volunteer driven• Collaboration with GLAMs• 17.000.000 media filesMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  72. ‘Open’ Projects• Volunteer driven• Collaboration with GLAMs• 17.000.000 media files• ?? InstitutionsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  73. ‘Open’ Projects• Volunteer driven• Collaboration with GLAMs• 17.000.000 media files• ?? Institutions• ContentMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  74. ‘Open’ Projects• Volunteer driven• Collaboration with GLAMs• 17.000.000 media files• ?? Institutions• Content• Clear licensingMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  75. ‘Open’ ProjectsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  76. ‘Open’ ProjectsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  77. ‘Open’ Projects• 2001Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  78. ‘Open’ Projects• 2001• Volunteers+InstitutionsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  79. ‘Open’ Projects• 2001• Volunteers+Institutions• 9.000.000 media filesMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  80. ‘Open’ Projects• 2001• Volunteers+Institutions• 9.000.000 media files• ContentMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  81. ‘Open’ Projects• 2001• Volunteers+Institutions• 9.000.000 media files• Content• Various LicensesMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  82. Summary...Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  83. Summary...• 30.000.000 metadata recordsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  84. Summary...• 30.000.000 metadata records• 25.000.000 open media filesMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  85. Summary...• 30.000.000 metadata records• 25.000.000 open media files• More is coming! Less than 10% digitised at themomentMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  86. Summary...• 30.000.000 metadata records• 25.000.000 open media files• More is coming! Less than 10% digitised at themoment?Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  87. Curating the CommonsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  88. Curating the Commons• Open ‘Packages’ of dataMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  89. Curating the Commons• Open ‘Packages’ of data• Find relevant linksMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  90. Curating the Commons• Open ‘Packages’ of data• Find relevant links• ToolsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  91. We should allowpeople to:Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  92. We should allowpeople to:• CollectMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  93. We should allowpeople to:• Collect• VisualiseMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  94. We should allowpeople to:• Collect• Visualise• AnnotateMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  95. We should allowpeople to:• Collect• Visualise• Annotate• MashupMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  96. We should allowpeople to:• Collect• Visualise• Annotate• Mashup• And much more..Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  97. Curating the CommonsUsers vs. ExpertsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  98. Curating the CommonsUsers vs. ExpertsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  99. Curating the CommonsUsersvs. ExpertsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  100. Curating the CommonsUsersvs.ExpertsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  101. Curating the CommonsUsersvs.Experts&Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  102. Curating the CommonsUsersvs.Experts=Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  103. ToolsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  104. Tools• Timelinertimeliner.okfnlabs.orgMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  105. Tools• Timelinertimeliner.okfnlabs.orgMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  106. CurationMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  107. The 21st Century GLAM• It remains:• The key preserver of our shared cultural heritage• An authoritative source of information and expertise aboutyour collections• You curate, contextualise and tells stories about your collectionsMonday 6 May 2013(w)
  108. The 21st Century GLAM• It stands to gain:• An audience far beyond the wildest dreams of its first founders• Connections to other collections that contextualise stories aboutits objects• A closer connection to its audience (and the improvements to itsdigital collections that come with that)Monday 6 May 2013(w)
  109. Thanks!• http://openglam.org• @OpenGLAMMonday 6 May 2013(w)

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