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WP5: Copyright and Related Rights          Paul Keller (Kennisland)      Europeana Awareness, Period 1 review,          Th...
1. Key objectives for year 1   Ensure transition of all Europeana Data providers   onto the new licensing framework.   Pro...
Rights label per category (by total objects)3,515,382 3,519,391                     4,108,396    4,191,261                ...
Rights label per category (percentage of total)15%    15%     16%       17%3%                               17%       3%  ...
2. Key results   Successful transition to the new licensing   framework (minimal data loss, general   acceptance of the tr...
3. Key Performance Indicators  1.4 Increase in labeled Public Domain material     1029271 (target for 2012 was: 500.000)  ...
4. Lessons learned  Much better understanding of the quality of rights  metadata in Europeana (and as a side product of  t...
Thank you Paul Keller   pk@kl.nl
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Reviewing year one of Europeana Awareness WP5 on copyright and related rights

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Presentation on the first year of work package 5 of the Europeana Awareness project coordinated by Kennisland. Includes info on the rights associated with the digital objects available via Europeana

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Reviewing year one of Europeana Awareness WP5 on copyright and related rights

  1. 1. WP5: Copyright and Related Rights Paul Keller (Kennisland) Europeana Awareness, Period 1 review, The Hague, 13 February 2013
  2. 2. 1. Key objectives for year 1 Ensure transition of all Europeana Data providers onto the new licensing framework. Provide information to data providers that allows them to provide rights metadata that complies with the rules of the Europeana Licensing Framework. Increase the amount of digital objects available via Europeana that is available for re-use by third parties Conduct Legal research into licensing solutions for data providers engaging in (mass) digitization projects involving copyrighted content.
  3. 3. Rights label per category (by total objects)3,515,382 3,519,391 4,108,396 4,191,261 3,670,584 4,544,653 725,471 753,461 4,359,195 4,431,411 814,209 929,188 988,580 4,342,583 1,802,5386,435,328 6,554,402 1,448,193 1,635,022 6,341,643 6,798,274 6,920,029 979,771 8,091,931 9,201,290 8,188,874 7,537,284 12,730,870 12,702,892 12,604,814 12,185,341 11,939,921 7,304,034 8,111,655 03/12 8,066,757 04/12 8,048,943 06/12 07/12 08/12 09/12 Public Domain 10/12 11/12 Creative Commons 12/12 All Rights Reserved Unmarked
  4. 4. Rights label per category (percentage of total)15% 15% 16% 17%3% 17% 3% 22% 20% 3% 20% 4% 19% 4%27% 28% 27% 5% 7% 7% 28% 8% 29% 37% 37% 37% 54% 39% 54% 54% 51% 50% 03/12 36% 04/12 37% 06/12 36% 07/12 08/12 34% Public Domain 09/12 Creative Commons 10/12 All Rights Reserved 11/12 Unmarked 12/12
  5. 5. 2. Key results Successful transition to the new licensing framework (minimal data loss, general acceptance of the transition among data providers) Significant reduction of the amount of non-rights labeled objects available via Europeana. Steady increase of the share of objects available via Europeana that can be re-used by third parties. Development of a comprehensive strategy for the rights labeling campaign (started in Q1 2013), see deliverable D5.1
  6. 6. 3. Key Performance Indicators 1.4 Increase in labeled Public Domain material 1029271 (target for 2012 was: 500.000) 5.1 Percentage of Europeana data providers complying with licensing framework progress 66% (target for 2012 was 60%) 5.2 Amount of material accessible through Europeana that is labelled to allow re-use 27% (target for 2012 was 15% for 2014 is is 30%) 5.3 Amount of works labelled with the public domain mark 4.544.653 (target for 2012 was 463.507 for 2014 it is 2M)
  7. 7. 4. Lessons learned Much better understanding of the quality of rights metadata in Europeana (and as a side product of the nature of collections in Europeana) Transition to the new licensing framework has taken up more time than initially expected but that has resulted in a much more comprehensive uptake than initially expected. We have over estimated the amount of knowledge about the rights status of collections among the data providers, and need to continue to educate data providers.
  8. 8. Thank you Paul Keller pk@kl.nl

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