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but today I would like to give you a short overview of of European and how your began a major do
things your digital culture heritage work in research and education what what and what and
who is European short it all started in thousand 5 women just Chirac recommended the creation of a virtual European library to European Commission's president this grew out into the launch of
your piano platform for digital call to heritage in 2008 which was named digital service infrastructure by the EU in 2015 this digital service in the structure allows us to develop the platform to serve end users data partners every user audiences and European at a not for profit foundation based in The Hague at the National Library and governed by governing board of expression representatives from the cultural and scientific heritage organizations across Europe not only
an office of revolve around 50 people members of staff in The Hague were supported by European Network association made up of an active community of over 1700 an individuals Digital heritage special isn't quite which generously give their time and expertise and novels and several expert groups of for example European attack a dedicated community working and our reach in development sector but also the EU member countries expert group and providing full for corroboration between member countries and the European commission yeah as a digitization online accessibility and digital preservation and as well as of obviously dedicated communities of interest for research education and creative we use so together we work on a b bit huge ecosystem with a shared mission to expand and improve access to Europe's digital cultural heritage both across Europe museums
and galleries libraries in Arkansas geared digitizing their collection so that anyone can explore and and learn from them once these elections are made available we work to make sure people can find them and use them for either for fun for education but also for lifelong learning so working as a platform we bring together these organization have great content with the and the sectors that want to do stuff with this beautiful connections this is our home page
Europeana collections your digital library and from books photos paintings and television broadcasts 3-D objects we all for online access to culture heritage material from all across Europe publishing more than 50 million digital objects from over 30 five hundred ical institutions across Europe and we really believe that access to a shared heritage whether to music books films and art shows history can really make people life richer and we make we aim to make this valuable called them more accessible and more beneficial to more more people so in our 2015
2020 updated strategy we've defined 3 high-level priorities how we will work to achieve in these schools by focussing on 5 core markers firstly goal to heritage institutions which want to make it more easier and more rewarding to share their high-quality collections with us for a European citizen to engage people on the website and let them participate in our campaigns and for reuse of research education and creative industries and how we will do that is to skating with partners to reach these audiences so our 1st priority is to make it easier
for heritage institutions to share the quantum that of high quality an open license and we re into work the institutions for their work on improving the quality of the data by giving greater visibility for the collections and access to their collections for example through automatic collection which will touch upon later the platform truly realizing the
corporations that comes from all these galleries and libraries and museums and archives across groups and these institutions make up for a network of data partners however is not scalable to work with 30 700 institutions directly and in practice we work with them through a number of national regional automatic and the main aggregators communication through dedicated aggregator for which are incredibly important vital piano because they're the background with the organization content they bring together shoulder to close and extending this model and enables European to collect huge quantities of data through from thousands of providers to a handful of channels Germany is important to note cost 2nd largest provider of material into a copy and bring in over 5 million digital objects and we were in close collaboration it's still don't DTW take are dedicated aggregator and 1 we have working great partnership with and working with aggregators in European
is key to ensure that they does interoperable and that its licensed properly so the user knows what they can and cannot do with the data and has never really develop standards for sharing goal to heritage online a condom started the licensing and at because he frameworks as well as a practical guide and the sector can you so how to provide for the needs to know what a minimal technical criteria how to digital objects be labeled 2nd
priorities to engage people and increased participation participation and at the heart
of this of course is online platform European and up to you which we always look to further develop into the ultimate library and a place where you can find everything you ever wanted to know about European culture and then a stated before you can access from here 5th over 50 million digital objects from 35 100 instances in 27 languages through your organic collections we fired inspire
you to discover content and we promote use of open Compton's we can do stuff with easily licenses slicing his big thing for us making sure that you exactly know what you can do with the data we stimulate use and reuse and want to encourage partner engagement on the platform and elsewhere however we understand that might be a bit overwhelming to
dive into this corpus of over 50 you him digital objects it's everything but is also whose it for and what is it exactly so therefore we've developed somatic Aleksandr so dividing up the collection by the like for example art music 1914 1918 sport fashion migration and much more the systematic collections they had the ball deep
into with the European and by presenting some of the best material and in an easy to explore showcase unique interest resources from the whole range of and culture heritage institutions and because Austin available
for reuse people can share this material and create new things with them and by segmenting these collections moth thematic you make it easier for people to find what they're interested in and giving them a better experience and is also what we're getting back from the user so we
also have a suite of editorial features such as blogs galleries and a beautiful exhibitions platform that were able to create and share engaging narratives and still grace collections in visually appealing formats and we develop these exhibitions often in partnership but also and we such said decide to develop some exhibitions ourselves we promote these extensively through social media and and Facebook Twitter but also for a newsletter but also partnership of course very happy to be
deprived partner of the European year of cultural heritage and this is how we want to engage a core audience with the
piano to participatory campaigns of this year were running and 2 major campaigns 1 on your plan a migration in the centenary Tour for 1914 1980 including collection days and
transcribe bonds reading allowing both to show how the past has shaped the presence
scaling with partners here we come back to you and our strategy we focus on developing the reuse of code to harden deRiel in education academic research and creative industries working with the weird thing with the collections to make them available for educators teacher networks ministries of education research networks but also innovators we do this by offering practical resources to start building with cultural collections including openly licensed medic datasets and free API and we realize that adequate occasional curricula difference and national priorities different at the core of educational systems we all want to pick out the most interesting inspiring content available and for students as lifelong learners and collections provide
and a multiple perspectives on historical political economical culture and human development across Europe and beyond and we've designed a dedicated space on European professional network that page to which we aim to bring together all of those come in to informal network that we it's open to the whole educational community including publisher educational publishers NGOs' other professional and membership organizations and representatives from the ministries of education an example of a collaboration at ministerial level is a fight with the French Ministry of Education launched in August 2007 till we work with the ministry to design and European dedicated page on AT tech the French National Educational portal British being used by over 126 thousand primary and secondary teachers in France and features links to a selection of fully translated galleries exhibitions cure searches that the ministry has selected as being particularly relevant for French educators these include for example the translating and leaving Europe a new life in America and it was an exhibition that we want to radiate relevant in the context of migration into an across Europe and the search for cultural heritage content related to real life involve women in world war 1 discover elaboration also includes working with selected French teachers to develop new educational learning resources with European content essential in the partnership is obviously that both the resources and the learning activities on topic relevant to the French speaker something that I would like to highlight is also
transcribe upon so we nonce despite its with the French Ministry of Education during the annual digital education some university for educators in France where we also introduce French teachers to change private phone building on land European 1914 18 and you need digital archive for 1st world war bringing together personal stories letters and diaries that give really an insight into lived experiences across Europe during the war and this is the history that you can't find in textbooks and we really want to introduce this transcription tool to show this to as an educational in an educational setting and show to teachers how this is how you can use high you can make history comes alive in your classroom by letting the students playing with these documents of the past and so the to to we've developed tutorials also in German and also in French and that are available to all for every n 1 to reuse the trench grabbing a really have an impact on people I want to show you a short
interview with 2 students who participated in
a search problem on events at the Berlin State Library last year's 2 girls 1 from Germany 1 from Arabia Romania who were really moved me and if somebody can and help me this was
the Campbell and I wanted to quote and you want to know what really what we will be what status so that in the in sense it and the next minute pieces of news from the past discussions about what was going on in there part are of some something you need to that have the history
and you want to use the user has a number of people have an influence on the of
the of the sorry and there is not enough that is the and the way I look at the at the end of the think it was really quite emotional
to see how the impact that had on students they did it because they want to spend their time on it is because they have to and this is what she told us afterward Battiste see she was exploring a letter and offer to thinking up Where's the next letter would live meant that it was not there to really want to know what happens and and I was so impressed some investor the German goal 16 when recorded this and very impressed how articulatory is and how and now has he moved it moved everyone around us so that's really well how I think that can make the difference in how you can use this for example in your history classes where and how you can really use your from the past and another element how we want to bring forward European resources to on teachers is that the development of a milk that we've developed and together with the Association of 31 ministries of education in Europe European school nets the smoke is running right now an industry to improve teachers understanding of coal to heritage in order to efficiently integrate digital culture to the lessons and practices and the links adamant introduces participants to the European platform where to find different resources and the text the tools and that they can usually integrating their lessons and it will help teachers build learning scenarios using digital call to heritage in a framework of 21st-century skills to target audiences for move our primary and secondary school teachers and teachers trainers from Europe and beyond and others Daigle's of scorched like museums and cultural centers to running currently we have 17 hundred registrations with her incredibly pleased with and the cost for around 6 weeks so so 1 element that European schools in
European school net is also helping us with is a setting up by European teacher developer group a group dedicated to create during activities with digital cultural content and the group currently consists of representatives from France Spain Italy Portugal Poland's and Finland's with 1 primary teacher and to secondary teachers per country and on behalf of my colleagues in the reduced was happy to say that we would also welcome teachers from Germany to join this group refer to develop learning scenarios lovely want to touch upon
research what we do in this area is making cold heritage work for research because realize the huge potential for making this corpus available in the digital humanities and we've developed a dedicated space on a professional website called European research which really aims to connect high-quality data with a digital humanities directly fire piano but also through collaborations with the research infrastructures supported by an advisory board made up of a wide range of detriment experts so how do we bring European data to researchers 1 can
explore directly highlighted in purity datasets on down the dedicated research base in European we have selected datasets which was for a specific injuries interest to researchers as a featured collections and datasets and obviously it through the API and through collections directly and 1 of
our key programs to bring the research is to go beyond also the Research Grants program for early career scholars looking for theory courage scholars who have an individual research project making use of European collections for research for purposes and employing state-of-the-art tools in a digitally amenities to address a specifically such questions this proved to be very successful run and now for the second year round this year receiving almost 60 proposals from all across Europe and and there it's so interesting also the insight that we get and how people want to make use all of this big corpus is really an interesting for us this year we focus the theme of the call on intercultural dialog also in line with that and the European year of coal to heritage and and we thought it would be a great team and with but if we make the choice you can receive so many proposals the research is currently working on the project we don't have the outcomes of the project yet but at the end of late somehow we expect fewer signaled from and it's some expect their full reporting their work with
are clamoring research infrastructure is something how we want to bring European as data to where the research already is not making sure that the research always has to come to a piano but actually embedding the data that sits no beyond in infrastructure so working with with planning their research infrastructure for language resources and technologies very beneficial and they make available the language resources to scholars from each addition students especially in humanities and social sciences so it's a good match for a piano lost want
to close with I think that Europeanized their greatness worth as well as a resource for teachers researchers and students across Europe and we believe that the set for an increase to change it brings in people's lives and we will continue to support this work by making coal to hurt accessible for all
aligned for all online promoting interoperability and supporting innovation thank you very much
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Titel Europeana Research – European Perspective
Serientitel Digitale Hochschullehre - Vom Best Practice zum Standard. Virtuelle Lehrangebote und technische Anforderungen
Autor Schaverbeke, Nienke von
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Herausgeber Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB)
Erscheinungsjahr 2018
Sprache Englisch

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