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Jan 22, 2010

Launch of EUScreen Website


EUscreen, a new project that will supply TV archive footage to Europeana, launched its website this week.

 

Category: NewsFlash
Posted by: stephanie

EUscreen is a three-year project funded by the eContentplus programme of the European Commission. During that time over 30,000 items that capture Europe’s television heritage (videos, photographs, articles) will be channelled into Europeana. EUscreen will also develop its own multilingual portal that will specialise in information about TV archives and television research.

The portal will be launched in 2011 and will be directly connected to Europeana. The EUscreen consortium is coordinated by the University of Utrecht and consists of 27 partners (audiovisual archives, research institutions, technology providers and Europeana) from 19 European countries.

Europeana and one of its sister project's the European Film Gateway (EFG) both actively support DL.org bringing expertise through the project's Working Groups, which are contributing to key outputs, such as the enhanced versions of the DELOS Reference Model and the Technology and Methodology Cookbook.

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DL.org Outputs

Interoperability is key to advancing Digital Libraries, broadening choice and opening up new research perspectives across diverse domains. DL.org has investiged the complexities of interoperability from multiple perspectives.The DL.org Cookbook provides a framework for addressing interoperability coupled with patterns and solutions. The DL.org Digital Library Reference Model provides a roadmap enabling the diverse stakeholders involved to share a common understanding and follow the same route when dealing with the multi-faceted Digital Library universe with tailored publications  for Library professionals, educationalists, students and assessors: Manifesto, Conformance Check List [Read More]



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Experts & Consortium

DL.org has harnessed the expertise that exists globally through its six Working Groups, one for each core concept investigated: content, user, functionality, policy, quality and architecture. DL.org has also drawn on the support of its Liaison Group, while the strategic direction has been shaped by its External Advisory Board. The activities of the Working Groups are co-ordinated through our Tech Wiki. Key outputs include the DL.org Digital Library Reference Model and suite of related publications, as well as the Digital Library Technology & Methodology Cookbook. [Read more]

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Events & Training

DL.org educational events include our Autumn School, Seminar on Research and Education in Digital Libraries, Workshops on Theory and Practice on Digital Libraries: A European Approach and on Digital Libraries and Open Access. Interoperability Strategies. Alongside the international workshops at ECDL2010 and ECDL2009, DL.org resources stem from hosted sessions and presentations at external events and peer-reviewed papers. The DL.org eTraining services provide multimodal content  to enable anytime, anywhere learning. Dissemination and Training Report. Upcoming Events: Workshop on Linking Research & Education in Digital Libraries, 28-29 September 2011, TPDL, Berlin, Germany.


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Sep 22, 2011
Category: NewsFlash
Posted by: stephanie
DL.org - Digital Library Interoperability, Best Practices & Modelling Foundations - is deligthed to announce the publication of four booklets: Digital Library Manifesto, Reference Model - In a Nutshell, Checklist and Interoperability Cookbook, capturing the main outputs of this two-year project. The outputs leverage international expertise to enable the Library & Information Science community of professionals, students and research community.

Reference Model

To address the needs of the complex Digital Library universe, DL.org has produced a Digital Library Reference Model comprising four equally important parts with varying layers of abstraction and concretisation: Manifesto, In a Nutshell, Concepts and Relations and Conformance Check List. Abridged versions of the Manifesto, In a Nutshell and Conformance Check List are available as on-line texts and will soon be available as publications for download.

TechWiki: Open Forum

Join the debate and help shape DLs of the future

Our Tech Wiki provides an Open Forum where members of the DL community, from developers to end-users, are invited to post their comments on the current version of the Reference Model and the focus of each of the six Working Groups on content, functionality, policy, quality, user and architecture.


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EUDLorg: DL.org Booklets on DL Reference Model, Interop Cookbook, Checklist & Manifesto www.dlorg.eu circulated at TPDL conf http://t.co/tjvuq7BC

- Thu, 29 Sep 2011 15:42:23 +0000

EUDLorg: DL.org Booklets on DL Reference Model, Interop Cookbook, Checklist & Manifesto www.dlorg.eu circulated at TPDL conf http://t.co/tjvuq7BC

EUDLorg: DL.org publishes 4 user-friendly Booklets for LIS and Digital Library research community: http://t.co/roKJSp35

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EUDLorg: DL.org publishes 4 user-friendly Booklets for LIS and Digital Library research community: http://t.co/roKJSp35

EUDLorg: DL.org announces workshop on Research & Education in Digital Libraries, ELAG11, Prague: http://bit.ly/h0MLff

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EUDLorg: DL.org announces workshop on Research & Education in Digital Libraries, ELAG11, Prague: http://bit.ly/h0MLff

EUDLorg: DL.org Tutorial on Digital Libraries Foundation and Interoperability http://t.co/u4Zs9Z2 via @AddThis

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EUDLorg: DL.org Tutorial on Digital Libraries Foundation and Interoperability http://t.co/u4Zs9Z2 via @AddThis

EUDLorg: Heather Jones on Future scenarios for Open Access http://t.co/QpIyBeu via @AddThis

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EUDLorg: Wolfram Horstmann on the many ways to interoperability http://t.co/PKKf99w via @AddThis

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EUDLorg: Wolfram Horstmann on the many ways to interoperability http://t.co/PKKf99w via @AddThis

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EUDLorg: Peter Burnhill on Open Access in the UK http://t.co/YgEVURC via @AddThis

EUDLorg: Pablo De Castro on the SONEX Work Group http://t.co/XiOGwpv via @AddThis

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EUDLorg: Pablo De Castro on the SONEX Work Group http://t.co/XiOGwpv via @AddThis

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