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Strategies and future plans workshop Paris, 7 June 2012 Efficient strategies and mechanisms favouring Strategies and future plans workshop Paris, 7 June 2012 Efficient strategies and mechanisms favouring the access of the CH sector to e-infrastructure Rossella Caffo Director of the Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian Libraries INDICATE Coordinator Paris, 8/6/2012

A new phase is beginning • • From FP 7 to Horizon 2020 and A new phase is beginning • • From FP 7 to Horizon 2020 and the Digital Agenda From CIP ICT-PSP to CEF Europeana established with 23 M items Enormous silos of data to be linked, used, re-used and in general exploited for the research, leisure, business • Private sector entering in the scenario, with large and small enterprises • The big cultural institutions experimenting new paradigms of access to cultural heritage… Paris, 8/6/2012

Many opportunities, different players • Digitisation and aggregation of data – The leaders: cultural Many opportunities, different players • Digitisation and aggregation of data – The leaders: cultural institutions and public authorities (national programmes and EU projects) • Infrastructure deployment – The leaders: ICT and e-infrastructure providers together with user communities • New services, new products – The leaders: creative industry + cultural institutions REMEMBER the PSI directive + IPR/copyright issues! Paris, 8/6/2012

PSI directive: the European debate Directive on the reuse of the Public Sector Information PSI directive: the European debate Directive on the reuse of the Public Sector Information (PSI) under revision: • Reuse of all public and accessible documents by third parties • Inclusion of museums, libraries and archives: some countries does not agree this proposal • Distinction between commercial and non-commercial use of the data • Possibility of applying different prices • Organisation of an independent authority for prices • Exclusive agreement forbidden The EU Council for communication will meet on 8 June in Luxembourg Paris, 8/6/2012

DCH and the e-Infrastructures • To focus is on the use of existing e-infrastructures DCH and the e-Infrastructures • To focus is on the use of existing e-infrastructures as a channel for delivery, access and preservation of digital cultural heritage data • Storage, computing, connectivity together with authentication, authorisation and accounting mechanisms offered by the e-infrastructures can well serve the needs of the sector • To establish factual cooperation among three sectors (the research, the cultural heritage and the e-infrastructures) that are not used to work together Paris, 8/6/2012

The research infrastructures play an important role for the research applied to tangible, intangible, The research infrastructures play an important role for the research applied to tangible, intangible, and digital cultural heritage. In particular, the e-Infrastructure sector is fundamental for the development of the European research because all scientific sectors base their activities on the access to data through information systems. Paris, 8/6/2012

The e-infrastructure for DCH It is not a “new infrastructure”, it is instead a The e-infrastructure for DCH It is not a “new infrastructure”, it is instead a “new approach” - based on national and regional systems - valorising existing resources The keyword is INTEROPERABILITY National system Regional system Thematic system Paris, 8/6/2012

Three integrated projects 1. DC-NET: joint activities plan for DCH e-infrastructure implementation 2. INDICATE: Three integrated projects 1. DC-NET: joint activities plan for DCH e-infrastructure implementation 2. INDICATE: international cooperation, use case studies, pilots, policy harmonisation 3. DCH-RP: developing and validating a Roadmap for digital preservation Priorities and progamming Support and demonstration DCH-RP Roadmap for preservation Paris, 8/6/2012

DC-NET in short • DC-NET is an ERA NET on digital cultural heritage coordinated DC-NET in short • DC-NET is an ERA NET on digital cultural heritage coordinated by Mi. BAC. • Aim: supporting cooperation for research infrastructure in the digital cultural heritage field. • Main results: – Network of common interest made up of cultural and technological stakeholders – Mo. Us between cultural institutions and e-infrastructure providers – Definition of 7 research priorities on digital cultural heritage (booklet) – Joint activities plan (joint study on preservation of digital cultural heritage Paris, 8/6/2012

DC-NET: services priority ordering for Content Providers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. DC-NET: services priority ordering for Content Providers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Long-term preservation Persistent identifiers Interoperability and Aggregation Advanced search Data resource set-up User authentication and access control IPR and digital rights management Paris, 8/6/2012

INDICATE – a concrete approach – To foster the international cooperation of e. Infrastructures INDICATE – a concrete approach – To foster the international cooperation of e. Infrastructures providers and cultural heritage users – Target regions: • Mediterranean region, (Egypt, Turkey and Jordan) • Cooperation with China in liaison with the EPIKH Grid School Started in September 2010, it will last until September 2012 A project funded by EC FP 7 e-Infrastructures Paris, 8/6/2012 11

DCH-RP characteristics • A Coordination Action (under negotiation) with cultural institutions, e-infrastructure providers and DCH-RP characteristics • A Coordination Action (under negotiation) with cultural institutions, e-infrastructure providers and a wide network of international organisations willing to contribute to the project • DCH-RP refers to the digital preservation of digital representation of cultural objects (not to the preservation of physical cultural objects). • Focus on the storage phase, which includes both ‘longterm preservation’ (including dark archives) and ‘shortterm preservation’ (storage for a relatively short period of access). Paris, 8/6/2012

DCH-RP expected outcomes The main outcome will be a Roadmap for the implementation of DCH-RP expected outcomes The main outcome will be a Roadmap for the implementation of a preservation infrastructure for DCH • supplemented by practical tools for decision makers • validated through a range of proof of concepts, where cultural institutions and e-infrastructure providers will work together on concrete experiments DCH-RP Roadmap is intended as the first instance of the Open Science Infrastructure for DCH in 2020 Paris, 8/6/2012

The vision • DC-NET, INDICATE and DCH-RP are part of a wider process, which The vision • DC-NET, INDICATE and DCH-RP are part of a wider process, which started 10 years ago among cultural institutions • This process entered in a new phase joining the research einfrastructures • Time is ready to start working towards an Open Science Infrastructure for Digital Cultural Heritage in 2020 Joint Programming Support and demonstrations Roadmaps DCH-RP Paris, 8/6/2012

The Joint Programming Initiatives JPIs are the concerted research actions to allow Member States The Joint Programming Initiatives JPIs are the concerted research actions to allow Member States to maximise and exploit at best their research efforts. Member States address jointly areas in response to major societal challenges through the JPIs. CULTURAL HERITAGE AND GLOBAL CHANGE: A NEW CHALLENGE FOR EUROPE is the JPI coordinated by Mi. BAC Paris, 8/6/2012 15

Added-value, benefits, impact Economic impact • European cultural heritage is of exceptional economic importance Added-value, benefits, impact Economic impact • European cultural heritage is of exceptional economic importance for the tourism industry, generating an estimated annual revenue of EUR 335 billion across Europe. • EU Tourism industry generates 4% of EU Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and indirectly the 11% EU GDP. • The market for conservation of this heritage is estimated at some EUR 5 billion per year. • “Europe’s digital competitiveness report 2010”: digital cultural heritage values 3. 3% of EU GDP. • JPl-CH contributes to European competitiveness: EU can export in the world added value Paris, 8/6/2012

Objectives • Definition of strategic and scientific priorities to develop the Scientific Research Agenda Objectives • Definition of strategic and scientific priorities to develop the Scientific Research Agenda on tangible, intangible, and digital cultural heritage • Implementation of joint and coordinated research activities • Extension of the partnership, cooperation at regional and global levels and with international and NG organizations • Evaluation and monitoring of the joint activities • Engagement of stakeholders through a communication plan to ensure the translation of research outputs into practice and policy Paris, 8/6/2012 17

l l l l l Italy (Coordinator) Belgium Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark France Ireland l l l l l Italy (Coordinator) Belgium Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark France Ireland Lithuania The Netherlands l Norway l Poland l Romania l Slovakia l Slovenia l Spain l Sweden l United Kingdom A representative of European Commission shall attend the Governing Board meetings with an observer status. 8 Observers 17 Participants JPI-CH participants Paris, 8/6/2012 l l l l Austria Bulgaria Germany Greece Estonia Israel Latvia Portugal

Engagement and political commitment JPI CH members are officially appointed by their respective Member Engagement and political commitment JPI CH members are officially appointed by their respective Member States and Associated Countries. The JPI CH representatives come from Ministries of culture and Ministries of research. Paris, 8/6/2012

Vision document Strategy and objectives of the JPI-CH: “Vision document” available at: http: //www. Vision document Strategy and objectives of the JPI-CH: “Vision document” available at: http: //www. jpi-culturalheritage. eu/documents/ Paris, 8/6/2012

JHEP in support to JPI-CH JHEP - Coordination action in support of the implementation JHEP in support to JPI-CH JHEP - Coordination action in support of the implementation of a Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) on Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a new challenge for Europe JHEP started on 1 st October 2011 for 36 months. http: //www. jpi-culturalheritage. eu/ Paris, 8/6/2012

JHEP: workpackages Paris, 8/6/2012 JHEP: workpackages Paris, 8/6/2012

Joint calls The launch of a first pilot call is planned within the first Joint calls The launch of a first pilot call is planned within the first 12 months and a second call will be launched before the end of JHEP project at month 28 of the project. Funding instruments and research topics under investigation. The topics for the call will be defined on the basis of the activities carried out within WP 2 of JHEP to define the Strategic Research Agenda. DC-NET is the JHEP reference initiative for Digital Cultural Heritage. Paris, 8/6/2012

EU resources JHEP takes into consideration the work of other initiatives especially dedicated to EU resources JHEP takes into consideration the work of other initiatives especially dedicated to research in cultural heritage, art and humanities, tourism: • NET-HERITAGE ensuring an overview of cultural heritage research throughout Europe; • DC-NET developing and strengthening coordination in the sector of digital heritage • HERA undertaking research on cultural heritage and memory • ERNEST developing sustainable practices for tourism • CHARISMA providing transnational access to most advanced scientific instrumentations and knowledge for scientists, conservators-restorers and curators • DARIAH supporting digitally-enabled research across the humanities and arts Paris, 8/6/2012

Thank you Rossella Caffo DC-NET and INDICATE Coordinator rosa. caffo@beniculturali. it Paris, 8/6/2012 Thank you Rossella Caffo DC-NET and INDICATE Coordinator rosa. [email protected] it Paris, 8/6/2012