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Europeana at Ten: insights from our first decade

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Presentation to Open GLAM México, 6 September 2018, Mexico City. This event linked numerous institutions to encourage dialogue around the Open GLAM movement and was jointly organised by the Ministry of Culture, the National Institute of Fine Arts, the Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico and Wikimedia México.

The aims of Open GLAM México were:

• Socialise good practices and policies generated by GLAM institutions to distribute data and digital objects, in national and international context.

• Promote the opening of digital collections in public and private institutions in Mexico.

• Establish an open dialogue on copyright issues focused on the use, reuse and appropriation of digital collections of cultural heritage.

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Europeana at Ten: insights from our first decade

  1. 1. EUROPEANA AT 10 Insights from our first decade Douglas McCarthy | Open GLAM México| 6 September 2018 Illustration from Antiquities of Mexico (detail), 1831 Wellcome Collection CC BY
  2. 2. What I’ll talk about today • Introduction • Topics 1. Networks & Communities 2. Data & Rights Standards 3. Europeana Collections 4. Engaging with Editorial 5. The Power of Open Access • Q&A Europeana CC BY-SA
  3. 3. • A non-profit foundation based in The Hague, Netherlands (2008) • Europeana Network Association - community of 1000+ digital heritage and tech experts • Adding value to the hard work of museums, galleries, libraries and archives in Europe by bringing this to European audiences Our shared mission: Expand and improve access to Europe's digital cultural heritage Europeana CC BY-SA
  4. 4. 1. Networks & Communities Europeana CC BY-SA
  5. 5. Title here CC BY-SA Europeana Pro Europeana Pro homepage Europeana| CC BY-SA Europeana CC BY-SA
  6. 6. 52,000 newsletter subscribers Europeana Art CC BY-SA Man Lying on a Wall, LS Lowry, vanGo'd by Tori Hryniw, CC-BY-SA
  7. 7. Communications: social media ● 100K+ Facebook followers ● 29.5K Twitter followers ● 11K+ Pinterest followers Europeana CC BY-SA
  8. 8. Technical Museum Public Domain Unknown Electronic Computer for Numerical Control of an Industrial Process Europeana CC BY-SA 2. Data & Rights Standards
  9. 9. Title here CC BY-SA Our data landscape ● Europeana collects metadata under a CC0 licence and links to digital objects as part of the metadata ● We encourage institutions to provide metadata in Europeana Data Model (EDM) ● Data is enriched with open, multilingual and technically available metadata - more to come later Europeana CC BY-SA
  10. 10. Our network of data partners ● National and domain aggregators: Gathering metadata for institutions for countries and on specific domains (e.g. music, archaeology), making it available for Europeana ● Europeana data providers: Cultural heritage institutions providing content and metadata to Europeana Europeana CC BY-SA Europeana CC BY-SA
  11. 11. Title here CC BY-SA Europeana Data Model Europeana CC BY-SA
  12. 12. Europeana Publishing Framework Europeana Publishing Framework Europeana| CC BY-SA Europeana CC BY-SA
  13. 13. Image copyright © 2013 Foter Blog at Creative Commons licences
  14. 14. Europeana CC BY-SA
  15. 15. Europeana CC BY-SA
  16. 16. Title here CC BY-SA Title here CC BY-SA Europeana CC BY-SA 3. Europeana Collections
  17. 17. Europeana Collections: goals Moses with the tablets of Law and History (detail) Rijksmuseum. Public Domain. ● Enable and inspire users to discover content ● Stimulate use and re-use ● Encourage partner engagement on our platform and elsewhere ● Promote open content Europeana CC BY-SA
  18. 18. Title here CC BY-SA Title here CC BY-SA Europeana CC BY-SA
  19. 19. Title here CC BY-SA Title here CC BY-SA Europeana CC BY-SA
  20. 20. Title here CC BY-SA Title here CC BY-SA Europeana CC BY-SA Thematic collections
  21. 21. 2016 1914-1918 Art Fashion Music 2017 1914-1918 Art Fashion Maps & Geography Music Natural History Photography Sport 2018 1914-1918 Archaeology Art Fashion Manuscripts Maps & Geography Migration Music Natural History Newspapers Photography Sport Thematic collections: growth Europeana CC BY-SA
  22. 22. Title here CC BY-SA Title here CC BY-SA Europeana CC BY-SA Example: Art thematic collection
  23. 23. Europeana CC BY-SA 4. Engaging with editorial
  24. 24. Europeana Art CC BY-SA A dynamic exhibition platform
  25. 25. Exhibitions ● Create and share engaging narratives ● Showcase collections in a visually appealing format ● Multi-institutional, pan-European and multilingual ● Flexible platform: embed video, animation, audio, Pinterest = a unique offering Europeana CC BY-SA
  26. 26. Europeana CC BY-SA
  27. 27. Europeana CC BY-SA
  28. 28. Europeana CC BY-SA ● Mostly open access content ● Record visitor numbers - 30,000+ in first two months ● Building on popularity and relevance of Europeana 1914-1918 ● Connects with centenary tour of events related to WW1 in 2018
  29. 29. Art history on a broad canvas Europeana Art CC BY-SA
  30. 30. International and collaborative Europeana Art CC BY-SA
  31. 31. Art Nouveau season (2017) Sunflower, 1896. Eugene Grasset and C.A. Bourgeot Schola Graphidis Art Collection. Hungarian University of Fine Arts. CC BY-SA ● Art Nouveau - A Universal Style ● 10 partner blogs ● DailyArt: 4 guest blogs, 4 app images ● 20+ Pinterest boards ● Colouring book ● #ArtNouveauSeason Europeana CC BY-SA
  32. 32. Wikidata: Europeana Art History Challenge (2016) Europeana CC BY-SA ● In the beginning - 472 articles across 39 languages (average 12 per language) ● Now: over 1,300 articles (average 34 per language) ● Largest ever GLAM-wiki competition
  33. 33. Europeana CC BY-SA Collections Days ● Topic-focused ● Hosted by community partners ● Social and fun ● Capturing personal stories ● Connecting people with heritage ● Mobile and scalable
  34. 34. Europeana CC BY-SA Europeana Collections days: 2011- 2018
  35. 35. Europeana CC BY-SA 5. The Power of Open Access
  36. 36. Europeana CC BY-SA
  37. 37. Europeana CC BY-SA An initiative run by Open Knowledge that promotes free and open access to digital cultural heritage held by Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums.
  38. 38. Europeana CC BY-SA Global OpenGLAM survey (2018-)
  39. 39. In conclusion ● Connect and collaborate ● Adopt shared standards ● Be as open as you can Europeana CC BY-SA ‘The internet presents cultural heritage institutions with an unprecedented opportunity to engage global audiences and make their collections more discoverable and connected than ever, allowing users not only to enjoy the riches of the world’s memory institutions, but also to contribute, participate and share.’ OpenGLAM Principles v.1.0
  40. 40. Let’s stay in touch E: @CultureDoug douglaskmccarthy Cy + Relics, Rome, 1952 Robert Rauschenberg Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Public Domain CC BY-SAEuropeana CC BY-SA