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Europeana and the Battle of Waterloo

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'Europeana and the Battle of Waterloo' presentation by Jill Cousins, 15 March 2013, Brussels

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Europeana and the Battle of Waterloo

  1. 1. Europeana & the Battle of WaterlooWaterloo20019Mar2013, Brussels
  2. 2. What isEuropeana?
  3. 3. Vision:We believe in making cultural heritage openlyaccessible in a digital way, to promote theexchange of ideas and information. This helpsus all to understand our cultural diversity betterand contributes to a thriving knowledgeeconomy.
  4. 4. The Digital Agenda for Europe‘Europe has probably the worlds greatestcultural heritage. Digitisation brings cultureinto peoples homes and is a valuableresource for education, tourism, games,animation and the whole creative industry.Investing in digitisation will create newcompanies and generate new jobs.’Europeana is Europe’s ‘flagship digitisationproject’ and ‘one of Europe’s mostamibitious cultural projects, and asuccessful one. It is a trusted source for ourcollective memory and a representation ofEuropean cultural heritage online.’Neelie KroesEuropean CommissionVice-Presidentfor the Digital Agenda
  5. 5. Aggregated• 2200+ contentproviders• 142 aggregators• 26.9 million objects•Books, newspapers,journals, letters,diaries, archivalpapers•Paintings, maps,drawings,photographs•Music, spoken word,radio broadcasts•Film, newsreels,television•Curated exhibitions
  6. 6. Distributed• Portal• Mobile• Tablet• API• LOD
  7. 7. Strategic Plan 2011-2015 Engage – We cultivate new waysfor people to participate in theircultural heritage Aggregate – We are building the open,trusted source for European cultural content Facilitate – We support the culturalheritage sector through knowledgetransfer, innovation and advocacy Distribute – We make heritage available topeople wherever they are, whenever theywant it
  8. 8.  Executive committee• Currently 8 members Board of participants• 20 organisations plus6 elected Network Officers Europeana Network• 532 members electthe 6 Network Officers Europeana Office• 40+ members of staff based inThe Hague and the UK Over a thousand people working on Europeana-relatedprojects, activities and Task Forces across EuropeEuropeana Structure
  9. 9. What does Europeanaprovide on the portal andfor distribution to otherportals or services?
  10. 10. Europeana metadata accesses:Portal interface available in 31 languages15.6m images10.6m texts454,000 sounds170,000 videos13,500 3D objects
  11. 11. What types of data does Europeana hold?Texts Images Video Sound 3D
  12. 12. Objects related to Battle of Waterloo
  13. 13. You should find something from each ofthe ‘belligerents’
  14. 14. Who providesthis content toEuropeana?
  15. 15. Who submits data to Europeana?Domain Aggregators National initiativesAudiovisualcollectionsNational AggregatorsRegional AggregatorsArchivesThematic collectionsLibrariese.g. MuséesLausannoise.g.CultureGrid,Culture.fre.g. TheEuropeanLibrarye.g. APEXe.g. EUScreen,European FilmGatewaye.g. Judaica Europeana,Europeana Fashion
  16. 16. Slide with bulletsFirst level• Second level• Third levelVia Public Collection Days
  17. 17. a life-saving Bible…
  18. 18. …a crucifix in a bottle…
  19. 19. …and a postcard
  20. 20. Europeana 1914-1918 – From concept to project 2008 - Oxford University & JISClaunch the Great War Archive 2010-2011 – Europeana, DNB &Oxford University launch ErsterWeltkrieg in Alltagsdokumenten 2012-2014 – Europeana launcha series of initiatives acrossEurope
  21. 21. - posters- flyers- postcards
  22. 22. Munich and Stuttgart
  23. 23. Luxembourg
  24. 24. Great Britain, Preston
  25. 25. The mostsuccessfulroadshow so far,more than 600participants.Ireland, Dublin
  26. 26. Slovenia, Nova Gorica
  27. 27. Denmark, Sønderburg
  28. 28. Press launch in Berlin- A3 Posters- Folder- PostcardPR-CampaignEuropeana 1914-1918 in Germany
  29. 29. New Europeana Crowdsourcing campaign 2013-2014Europeana 1989Will run in the following countries:June 2013: PolandAugust 2013:Lithuania, Latvia and EstoniaOctober/ November 2013:Germany and Czech RepublicMay/June 2014: Hungary
  30. 30. Accessing and re-usingEuropeana data
  31. 31. How do users access Europeanacontent?Europeana aims to provide content in the users’ workflow –where they want it, when they want it.Europeana portal• e.g. via searches, virtual exhibitions, featured itemsProject portals/exhibitions• e.g. BHL- Poisonous Nature, Europeana FashionWebsites and apps using Europeana API – devised athackathons or independentlySocial media/blogs• e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Retronaut
  32. 32. Europeana API
  33. 33. Hackathons to develop innovative new apps:Art Space
  34. 34. Where/How can we collaborate?
  35. 35. Give you access to the material we have to create a website -APIUse your contacts to get more material –museums/archives/libraries?Community Collection? Maybe from museums? Via AntiqueRoad Show?Create Exhibition on Battle of Waterloo seeWork on mobile app or game via a HackathonConnect into House of European History
  36. 36. Give you access to the material we have to create a website -API
  37. 37. Community Collection? Maybe from museums? Via AntiqueRoad Show?
  38. 38. Slide with bulletsFirst level• Second level• Third level
  39. 39. Create Exhibition on Battle of Waterloo
  40. 40. Work on mobile app or game via a Hackathon
  41. 41. Hackathons to develop innovative new apps:Time Mash
  42. 42. Thank youJill
  43. 43. History of Europeana April 2005: Jacques Chirac wrote to European Commission PresidentJosé Manuel Barroso, recommending the creation of a virtualEuropean library EC’s Information Society and Media Directorate had been supportingEuropean digital information exchange projects for 15 years September 2005: publication of EC’s i2010 strategy on digital libraries 2007: European Digital Library Network – EDLnet – began buildingEuropeana, funded under i2010 November 2008: Europeana prototype launched Summer 2010: prototype became an operational service funded underthe EC’s CIP ICT-PSP (Competitiveness and Innovation FrameworkProgramme) January 2011: New Renaissance Report published - endorsesEuropeana as ‘the reference point for European culture online’ September 2012: Europeana metadata released under CC0 waiver,making it freely available for re-use
  44. 44. Europeana Foundation
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  46. 46. Europeana LicensingFramework