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| D2.1 - Content Seminar Proceedings |
This deliverable illustrates the results of the content seminar held in Leuven (Belgium) on 12-13 April 2012 that focused on the uniformity of the selection criteria applied by the EuropeanaPhotography content providers to the material to be included in the project. The preliminary content list is attached to this deliverable (Annex A); it was used by the Content Committee for monitoring the content provision and quality of images and metadata. A test for the visualization of EuropeanaPhotography content in Europeana is also included (Annex B).
| D2.1 - Content Seminar Proceedings - Annex I |
The preliminary content list of EuropeanaPhotography.
| D2.1 - Content Seminar Proceedings - Annex II |
Test for the visualization of EuropeanaPhotography content in Europeana.
| D2.2 - Consolidated Content List |
This deliverable presents the final revised content list that is included in the content seminar proceedings (D2.1). All EuropeanaPhotography content providers detailed the collections and sub-collections they will supply to Europeana by the conclusion of the project, and specified their main technical features - amount of items under digitisation (or already digitised), metadata used, IPR status, photographic techniques - as well as the historical and cultural value of the works, the provenance and the photographers.
| D3.1.1 - Digitized material (first release) |
The deliverable 3.1.1 “Digitized material (first release)“ is the presentation of the results of digitization process applied to the original photographs selected for the publication in Europeana. In July 2013 an approximate total of 158,410 images were digitized and catalogued and they can be accessed in the partner’s website. The document also contains additional information to better understand the whole tasks of digitization of ancient photographs.
| D4.1 - EuropeanaPhotography Multilingual Vocabulary |
12-languages EuropeanaPhotography vocabulary.
| D4.1 - EuropeanaPhotography Vocabulary Definition |
The hierarchical multilingual vocabulary produced by EuropeanaPhotography to semantically enrich the metadata of the project partners and improve the content search and retrieval within Europeana.
| D4.2 – Multilingual mapping tool |
D4.2 “Multilingual mapping tool” provides a description of the software developed for the multilingual enhancement of the metadata to be delivered by the EuropeanaPhotography content partners to Europeana. It describes the context of the development, provides guidance on the use of the software and the added value to both the consortium and Europeana itself. D4.2 also accompanies the part of the MINT mapping tool that allows content partners to map their individual, local concepts to the central EuropeanaPhotography vocabulary delivered in D4.1. The multilingual mapping tool has been developed by NTUA as a part of the general metadata mapping tool, so partners can map the local metadata schema to the LIDO metadata schema, and then map the vocabulary and concepts contained in this metadata to the EuropeanaPhotography vocabulary for purposes of enrichment and multilinguality. A practical manual is included in the deliverable.
| D5.2 - The MINT Mapping Tool |
This deliverable describes the MINT mapping tool that is used in the EuropeanaPhotography project to assist content providers in the transformation of their in-house metadata to the intermediate standard selected for the project (the LIDO schema) and its publication to Europeana.
| D6.1.1 - Sustainability plan (first release) |
The scope of deliverable 6.1.1 “Sustainability plan” is to state that true benefits derive to the project partners from the public/private nature of the project itself and from the presence of their images in Europeana, and to provide elements for a sustainability model for capitalizing the experience acquired in EuropeanaPhotography. This document includes detailed paragraphs for each content provider that depict different approaches to the same, big matter: all the private partners agree on the fact that this project is an opportunity for exposure, networking and knowledge-sharing, which is already a big motivation for keeping EuropeanaPhotography alive also beyond the funding period; on the other hand, the public institutions are always in favour of cooperating with private partners because they can learn more about different and market-oriented approaches and workflows, in the light of boosting their role of culture-spreaders through technology and efficiency. This aim is reciprocal as private partners are also interested to learn more about the different requirements of museums and public bodies in general. This initial deliverable will be re-considered at M36, when the on-going discussions among the partners produced progress and facts & figures are assessed. It is therefore a preparatory document, to be further elaborated and discussed in the light of reaching its final scope: to eventually demonstrate the benefits derived from this project and from the presence of our images in Europeana, in order to represent a role-model and best practice, useful for other projects and institutions that wish to follow our steps.
| D6.2 - IPR guidebook |
Deliverable 6.2 “IPR guidebook” presents all the activities regarding supporting and resolving IPR issues in the EuropeanaPhotography project. EuropeanaPhotography is analyzing the current situation and working towards ensuring uninterruptable content distribution to Europeana, has planned and implemented important actions to inform and support the content provider partners in the understanding of and compliance with the Europeana IPR strategies and models. The IPR issue in the EuropeanaPhotography project is even more crucial because as a project it has a fine equilibrium between the public and private sector which have common objectives but also many different needs and particularities regarding IPR. The Europeana IPR models are a subject of negotiation and evolution, so that all partners need expert support in examining and adapting to any new IPR approach agreed by the Europeana community. The IPR work of EuropeanaPhotography will not seek to create yet another IPR model but will instead focus on support and guidance based on the extensive expertise of aligning local IPR models to the Europeana model which will be generated during this project.
| D7.1 - Dissemination plan |
This deliverable provides an overview of the dissemination strategy, activities, and tools that the EuropeanaPhotography project intends to use over its lifetime to distribute the project’s results as widely as possible thanks to the involvement of all partners.
| D7.2 - Website |
Deliverable 7.2 “Website” illustrates the functionalities of the project website and the project repository.
| D7.3.1 – Dissemination report (first release) |
The deliverable 7.3.1 “Dissemination report (first release)” summarizes the results of the dissemination and promotional activities carried out within EuropeanaPhotography from the beginning (February 2012) to July 2013. The EuropeanaPhotography consortium is a unique mix of public bodies, cultural institutions, universities, and private companies that disseminated the project in many directions and using many different channels. All the approaches to dissemination are detailed in the document: the project website and its performances, the articles that were published in the Internet, the impact of social media, the presentations in national and international contexts.
| D7.3.1 – Dissemination report (first release) - ANNEX 16 |
digitalmeetsculture.net online articles about EuropeanaPhotography.
| Girona Workshop Recommendations |
A list of recommendations about the digitisation of pictures resulting from a workshop in Girona (Spain) on 22 and 23 May 2012 on "Digitization systems and procedures in photographic image archives"