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The OpenUp! project was presented during the official inauguration of the new general director of the Museum für Naturkunde, Prof. Dr. Johannes Vogel, in Berlin 8th of May 2012.
The new OpenUp! roll-up screen was attracting a number of interested attendees. The ensemble was completed by a show case displaying original objects of the museum’s butterfly collection, already visible in Europeana.
We are very proud that the second issue has been published. The content focuses on the progress that has been made in the past months including the most challenging tasks such as the first OpenUp! content for Europeana and more!
Read more about data quality enhancement and digitising the collections. Experience the whole ingestion process for OpenUp! biodiversity data into the Europeana portal and find out more about the Biodiversity Library Exhibition!
We are happy to announce that the first 223.953 multimedia objects have been delivered to Europeana via OpenUp!.
The OpenUp! project successfully reached the end of its first year, so the 1st Annual Meeting was organized, this year in Paris. The conference was held in the Muséum Nationale d’Histoire Naturelle, for three consecutive days. It was a great opportunity for all 23 project partners to meet and discuss the project face to face. There were almost 60 attendees, including several guests.
Dear OpenUp! partners, dear colleagues,
The registration for the OpenUp! annual meeting in Paris already begun. The registration is held on the OpenUp! Helpdesk site under this link - http://bit.ly/registration_fro_OpenUp_Annual_Meeting.
The Commission has just adopted a Recommendation on Digitisation and Digital Preservation, asking Member States to step up their efforts, pool their resources and involve private actors in digitising cultural material and make it available through Europeana.
In particular, the Recommendation invites Member States to:
Workpackage 2 and the Technology Management Group have published a document describing the current state of the data flow documentation and storage concept for OpenUp! This is of interest for all those who want to get an overview of the entire technical architecture. [URL]
European biological collections at your fingertips
The OpenUP! project launched in March will use BioCASe Technology to connect millions of multimedia objects stored in natural history collections to the European network Europeana, thereby making them accessible to the public in a high quality.
The Kick-off meeting forthe OpenUp! Project was held at the Botanical Museum and Botanical Garden, Freie Universität Berlin, from Tuesday 8th to Friday 11th of March 2011.