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GLAMwiki, Europeana, Heritage

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Presentation delivered at 'Shaping Access', Berlin 13 November 2014
http://www.zugang-gestalten.de/shaping-access-more-responsibility-for-cultural-heritage/
Video of presentation: http://vimeo.com/112799188

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GLAMwiki, Europeana, Heritage

  1. 1. GLAM-WIKI Liam Wyatt / @Wittylama Shaping Access 14 November 2014 Hamburger Bahnhoff Berlin, Germany #ke14
  2. 2. GLAM-WIKI 1. History 2. Europeana 3. The Future of Heritage
  3. 3. Preston Stone (CC-By-SA) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:GLAM_logo,_square,_transparent.png
  4. 4. Born 5 years, 3 months ago We are doing the same thing, for the same reason, for the same people, in the same medium. Let’s do it together.
  5. 5. Which led to… Dilif (CC-By-SA) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:British_Museum_Great_Court,_London,_UK_-_Diliff.jpg
  6. 6. Why are we more alike than different? “All studious and curious persons” - 1759 “Free access to the sum of human knowledge” - 2001 Internet, wiki, encyclopedia (…both on January 15!)
  7. 7. An array of GLAMWIKI activities Feature Article planning ‘backstage pass’ tour QRpedia Wikipedian in Residence 1-to-1 collaboration ‘Hoxne Challenge’ (editathon) GLAMWIKI.org BabelStone (CC-0) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/ File:British_Museum_Royal_Gold_Cup.jpg
  8. 8. Now all over the world! ProtoplasmaKid (CC-By-SA) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/ File:Segundo_Editat%C3%B3n_Soumaya_Abierto_16.JPG
  9. 9. GLAM-WIKI 1. History 2. Europeana 2015-2020: From Portal to Platform 3. The Future of Heritage
  10. 10. Strategic priorities 1. Improve data quality 2. Open the data 3. Provide value for partners
  11. 11. Ter-burg (CC-By-SA) http://bit.ly/GWtoolset
  12. 12. GLAM-WIKI 1. History 2. Europeana 3. The future of Heritage
  13. 13. Time – Every document is a creature of its time Place – The place of its creation is a key attribute of its importance People – The social and cultural context of its creation Subject/Theme – The subject matter may represent particular historical or intellectual developments Form/Style – The item may…be a key exemplar of a type of presentation, custom or medium Social/Community significance – The document must have an emotional hold on people who are alive today
  14. 14. “ The vision of the Memory of the World Programme is that the world's documentary heritage belongs to all, should be fully preserved and protected for all and, with due recognition of cultural mores and practicalities, should be permanently accessible to all without hindrance. ” ~~~ “ Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. ”
  15. 15. “ The documentary heritage nominated must be finite and precisely defined; broad, general or open-ended nominations will not be accepted…Once added to the Memory of the World Register, the document group cannot be varied or redefined over time. ” But…. Re-use is the vernacular culture of the internet. What does documentary heritage mean for internet-native culture if fixity is a requirement?
  16. 16. Thank you. Peace, Love & Metadata Liam Wya/ / @Wi/ylama / [[user:Wi/ylama]]

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