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To find out more about your local volunteer community, reach out to your local Wikimedia Affiliate or contact a GLAM-Wiki volunteer in your area. Public domain works, or works whose rights were owned by the institution, were photographed and made available for use in Wikimedia projects. These free licenses are an important part of bringing that knowledge to the public, and creating an institutional policy to allow such licenses may be part of a collaboration. Wikimedia Commons volunteers decided that just having the maps wasn't good enough: we need to know what locations the maps describe. For the project documentation, see the project page on French Wikisource Case study: National Library of Wales One of the Lithographs which received additional structured data, from the Wikidata Visiting Scholar The National Library of Wales took advantage of the newest project in the Wikimedia ecosystem, Wikidata. As part of the Citizen Archivist Initiative, the National Archives opened an "Innovation Center" where members of the public can request records from throughout the Archive, and do their own scanning of the materials; when the materials are digitized they become integrated in the online catalogue, where they can be easily moved to Wikimedia Commons. For more information see the blog post on the Wikimedia blog. For more information see this post on the Wikimedia blog Case Study: Wiki Loves Africa One of the four winning photos of Year 1 of Wiki Loves Africa, picturing a Sudanese woman making the traditional bread called "Kisra". One of the best examples of distributed scanning work is spearheaded by the National Archives of the United States. Like other small museums throughout the world, the Veterinary Museum did not have sufficient resources to create a thorough catalogue for their collection, even though they had photographed many of their 3D objects. Case study: Wikimedia Argentina Digitization Project Setting up a scanner with Wikimedia Argentina The best case study for a digitization workflow partnership is from Wikimedia Argentina. Through this project, they did significant analysis of how the collection relates to other concepts, and how media from the collection can be used to illustrate Wikipedia articles. Moreover, Wikimedia projects offer some of the best places to ensure that this documentation lives on: unlike Flickr and other commercial photography hosting sites, Commons integrates this content into other knowledge contexts Wikipedia, Wikidata and other Wikimedia projects , increasing the likelihood of potential reusers finding the collections. However, our international community has developed expertise in sharing heritage materials with the world. Wikimedia communities have used Wikimedia Commons and Wikisource as platforms for improving the contextual material around digital collections. Though free collections are frequently found and used by Wikimedia volunteers, the quality and quantity of usage may lack without coordination and partnership. See the project as documented by the National Archives Enriching digitized content One of the hardest parts of working with digitized content is that frequently, institutions have way more materials to digitize than they have capacity to describe with robust metadata or in fully machine-readable format. Understanding of Wikimedia Commons and Wikisource communities. For further information about logistics, see the grant report. Most content donations to Wikimedia Commons get haphazard metadata enrichment: building sufficient campaign design is really important to scaling. These performance recordings provide valuable records of the music performed by professionals and interpreted appropriately for the intended style. The competition solicited hundreds of submissions, strengthening the visual documentation of a number of different sites. The only caveat: Wikimedia communities can only take digital copies of the cultural heritage material under a free license — typically Public Domain or CC BY-SA. Case study: Bengali Wikisource 10th Anniversary Proofreading Contest Bengali community organized a 7-month long Wikisource proofreading contest from 1st January to 31st July The community prepared a list of 53 Public Domain books to be proofread and validated as a part of the contest. Wikimedia communities have a lot of experience both reusing the digital collections on Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects while also sharing them widely with the rest of the internet, making media easily discoverable in search and discovery tools. For more information see blog posts on the Wikimedia Blog and the main campaign website Digitization workflows When Wikimedia communities partner with local organizations, frequently they will not have enough volunteers to help with digitization. Case study: Wiki From Above Wikimedia South Africa approached documenting natural and heritage sites from a new angle, literally. Finding low-cost, free and open tools needed to bring cultural heritage from GLAM institutions online is hard, but an important part of fulfilling institutional missions. For more information, see Bengali Wikisource 10th Anniversary Proofreading Contest Case Study Case study: British Library Mapping Project Sometimes Wikimedia projects become part of the larger effort to release and use GLAM content as free knowledge. Challenges: Because Wikimedia projects do not have standardized metadata strategies, metadata may be of mixed quality, unless significant cleaning is provided. Now cultures from the Carpathian mountains are more accessible around the world in many languages. The media now is integrated into Wikipedia articles and can be used by members of the public the world over. Wikimedia Belgium created a rather innovative solution: Wiki Loves Art. Teaming up with groups of drone aviation enthusiasts around the world, WMZA hosted a competition for drone operators to photograph and video heritage sites from above. The openness of the Wikimedia ecosystem allowed for considerable evaluation of the digitized collection alongside data from dozens of other institutions. Learn more! See the campaign page on Wikimedia Belgium's Wiki Case study: Philippines Cultural Heritage A heritage building photographed by volunteers in the Philippines, preserving an image of the structure for future use. Wikimedia Argentina provides a Wikipedian in Residence who trains GLAMs in not only the setup of digitization equipment, but also the processing of digital records, so that they can be effectively uploaded to Wikimedia Commons by the Wikipedian in Residence.

電子化と電子化コレクションの協働 初のコンテンツ事業の画像のひとつで、ある GLAM 機関 the Bundesarchiv in Germany と提携したウィキメディアコミュニティの協働から得られた。この庭園の思い出は、今では世界と共有できる Bundesgartenschau 、年 カールスルーエ 開催 。 The Wikimedia Community, which builds, guides, and develops projects like Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons, ultimately seeks to make the sum of all human knowledge freely accessible to every person in the world.

As an example of heritage documentation projects that adopt the annually run Wiki Loves Monuments campaign, Wikimedia Philippines hosted a Philippines Cultural Heritage Project to document buildings.

Inthe British Library started releasing images of parts of its collection clearly in the public domain as part of its Mechanical Curator project. To learn more, we recommend this booklet.

Scalability: Highly scalable: amateur photography is a popular hobby around the world; increasingly commons devices like smartphones and tablets provide for decent quality photos, so more people are able to participate.

Challenges: Amateur photographers produce variable quality of images; competitions require judging; uploading to Commons with high quality metadata can be challenging — establishing a strong workflow for ensuring that the images are useful following their upload is important; banq bibliothèque legal environments are not conducive for this kind of photography, for example some parts of Europe do not have full "Freedom of Panorama".

As institutions share collections on Flickr Commons and other websites with clear open licensing see the banq bibliothèque for free cultural works which in practice, means CC BY-SA or more freethe Wikimedia community can use tools and APIs to integrate them into Wikimedia Commons for sharing and reuse across Wikimedia projects.

Potential allies: Ethnographic museums and researchers; cultural societies; UNESCO; other heritage communities. Evaluation strategies: Evaluating Volunteer Photograph and Evaluating Wiki Loves Events Case Study: Recording Romanticism Wikimedia Spain partnered with The Museum of Romanticism in Madrid to record performances of public domain music at the museum.

Considerations Resources: Building consistency into the data requires someone with technical skills, to help with extraction or review of the data with software. The Ideal City, ca. With these videos and images, Wikimedia Poland worked with the Wikipedia community to use parts of that new media collection, to illustrate and encourage creation of new articles on Wikipedia.

Sharing and integrating digitized content Frequently, organizations have digitized their collections, or made them available via a website, but users have trouble discovering the collection.

Potential allies: Working with the Commons or Wikisource communities to develop these projects is really important: long-term curation of the content is going to be dependent on their support. Working to identify, document and integrate knowledge about particular types of heritage into Wikimedia projects offers a way to scale, often a challenging and costly effort when pursued by professionals.

The Wiki Loves Monuments and Wiki Loves Earth campaigns frequently work to find and document heritage sites that have been identified by expert communities for competitions. For more information see the Wikimedia Blog post Case Study: Carpathian Ethnography Project An image created as part of the Carpathian Ethnography project In Poland, Wikimedia Poland partnered with the National Ethnographic Museum to bring volunteer photographers and researchers to events throughout the Carpathian Mountain region, to document the unique cultural practices from those regions.

The organizers created tutorials and other documentation which helped them in recruiting existing Wikipedians who started editing Wikisource during the contest.

Considerations Resources: Expert interpreters; volunteer photographers, videographers or recorders; photography, video, or recording equipment; experience sharing content on Wikimedia projects. Considerations Resources: Funding of Wikipedians-in-Residence, GLAM partner time and scanning equipment DIY or otherwise ; institutional capacity for working with digital records; knowledge of digitization processes, Wikimedia projects, and institutional culture.

In partnership with GLAMs, Wikimedia communities may have capacity to: Engage photographers to take pictures of digital objects and cultural events Support DIY scanning and digitization projects Help refine the quality of information around digital objects, through transcription or metadata enrichment Place media in front of a broad audience on Wikimedia projects Note that each and every project is different, and that Wikimedia communities are mostly volunteers, thus projects are very dependent on the capacity of local communities.

Following the widespread damage and destruction of cultural heritage structures in due to natural disasters, the local Wikimedia community partnered with the heritage community in the Philippines to train and organize volunteers to photograph and upload information about heritage sites throughout the country.

Documenting 3D objects Documenting living traditions Digitization workflows Enriching digitized content Sharing and integrating digitized content Documenting 3D objects One of the most successful and widespread strategies among Wikimedia communities has been photographic efforts from volunteers.

Challenges: Events happen in very specific windows of time; living performers may require releases or permissions; accurately describing media requires knowledge of cultural and social context of communities being documented; following appropriate cultural protocols relevant to ethnographic and anthropological research.

By providing the initial tools and skills needed for creating high fidelity digital copies, partners are not highly dependent on Wikimedia communities to continue the work of digitizing content. Finding a community of volunteers outside the Wikimedia movement that will get excited about the content makes digital crowdsourcing projects possible; with this audience in mind, it's important to design projects around exciting topical materials with clear expectations for the data improvement.

Potential allies: Internet Archive; DIY scanning communities; library or archival schools; local historical and genealogy societies or communities; researchers using collections. Now the items within the institutional collections offer the public illustration banq bibliothèque a number of different topics on Wikipedia, and high-quality digital representations of the institution's works are readily banq bibliothèque.

Using a semi-automated workflow, they collaborated with the British Library to match coordinates with contemporary maps: now the maps can be used to study historical changes in the landscape. Partnering directly with Wikimedia communities takes extra work beyond uploading or publishing content freely on your own websites, but ensures that the content is systematically used and integrated into Wikimedia projects.

Wikimedia communities can help with guiding institutions through this digital process, allowing institutional staff to focus on what they do best: curating their collections.

In the end, pages were proofread and pages were validated. How can Wikimedia communities support digitization? To better understand the process for batch uploading, banq bibliothèque this workflow documentation.

GLAMs Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums are at the forefront of interpreting cultural heritage information for the public, while Wikimedia communities distribute that heritage content to the world; after all, Wikipedia has almost views a second.

Especially in parts of the world where resources and skills for digital heritage projects are scarce, Wikimedia communities can tap a global experience to strengthen projects and make sure they get shared more broadly.

See the grant report and the campaign page Documenting living traditions GLAMs and other cultural organizations host performances and gatherings which celebrate intangible cultural heritage.

Potential allies: Heritage organizations, especially those that control heritage site listings; museums or other owners of 3D objects; photography communities and clubs.

These events and activities preserve rich cultural practices and, as UNESCO describes it, these are very "fragile" parts of our cultures. Integrating rare or hard to find digitized cultural heritage material into Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects, like Wikimedia Commons and Wikisource, exposes it to a much wider global audience, bringing attention to the expertise and collections of heritage here around the world.

Partnering with local Wikimedians, who recruited and found funding for a student employee at the University, the museum was able to expand the metadata on the objects, bringing new knowledge the images and finding mistakes in the paper records at the museums.

The Wikimedia community immediately began integrating the materials released on Flickr into Wikimedia projects. Scalability: High — once partners are trained, they can share their practices with peer institutions.

Through ベラジョン ブラックジャック Wiki Loves Art campaigns, WMBE partnered with cultural heritage institutions around the country to create photo scavenger hunts throughout their collections with the guidance and support of curators, of course.

Below are a few examples. Preserving record of living on Wikimedia projects not only creates that record but brings that tradition to the world. Working towards better representation of African cultures, the Wiki Loves Africa campaign is a photography campaign around different themes in African cultural practice, which invites photographers from across the continent to document topics like foodclothing and music and danceso that the world can have greater access to banq bibliothèque cultural experience.

Wikimedia projects could be the place where GLAMs banq bibliothèque interest in those materials, and solicit improvements to digital metadata associated with the content. Considerations Resources: Wikimedia Commons volunteer support; knowledge of OTRS and mass upload tools outlined at Commons:Guide to batch uploading ; other volunteers for engagement on the project.

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