Europeana SPORT

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TITLE: EUROPEANA SPORT

DURATION: Oct.2020 - Jan.2022

PROGRAMME:  CEF-EUROPEANA-GENERIC SERVICES


Aims

The project aims to increase the amount of high-quality content and metadata accessible under the Europeana Sport collection. 

Activities

- The project will deliver almost 24,000 new digital objects relating to sporting heritage and improve more than 5,000 objects already
available on Europeana.

- The project will hold a series of collection day events inviting the public to share their stories and memories related to sport in each of the EU
Member States in which partners are based

Partners: 9 partners from 8 countries

Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico delle biblioteche italiane e per le informazioni bibliografiche  (ICCU) - Italy (project coordinator)

National Archives of Hungary - Hungary

Europeana Foundation - Netherlands

Michael Culture - Belgium

Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision - Netherlands

Ajuntament de Girona - Centre de Recerca i Difusió de la Imatge - Spain

Biblioteca Județeană Octavian Goga Cluj – Octavian Goga Cluj County Library - Romania

National Library of Scotland - United Kingdom

EPIC Ireland CHQ DAC - Ireland

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ONLINE WORKSHOPS – in April 2021

In the framework of the Europeana Sport project, Michael Culture is co-organising with Europeana two online workshops about Copyright and sports related data.

The first one, "Copyright in the aggregation of sports content" will be on Thursday 1 April (10:30 - 12:00 CET). During this workshop, we will explore the principles that guide how to deal with copyright when sharing data with Europeana, and we'll put them into practice. The focus will particularly be on sports-related material.

The second one, "Copyright in the user contribution of sports content" will be on Wednesday 7 April (10:30 - 12:00 CET)
and will focus on collection days and use of sport material on social media. During this workshop, we will explore the copyright considerations of sharing data with Europeana gathered through collection days. Unlike the first workshop, this one will have a strong focus on the Terms for User Contributions that need to be respected in this framework. By working with examples of sports-related materials, we will put these principles into practice.

The two workshops are open to the Europeana Sport project partners and other institutions interested in aggregation of online sport collections. If you are interested in participating and learning about legal aspects of working with sport heritage, we strongly encourage you to register to both workshops.

Events closed

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PROGRAMME

Workshop #1 - Copyright in the aggregation of sports content

Date: Thursday 1 April, 10:30 to 12:00 CET

Duration: 90 minutes

  • Welcome and introduction to the programme - Maria Teresa Natale, Senior Project Manager, Michael Culture
  • Ingesting your sport heritage collection - Adina Ciocoiu, Libraries Data Specialist, Europeana Foundation
  • Our principles and why CC0 and rights statements are valuable - Ariadna Matas, Policy Advisor, Europeana Foundation
  • How to select a rights statement - Ariadna Matas, Policy Advisor, Europeana Foundation
  • Collection engagement - Adrian Murphy, Collections Manager, Europeana Foundation
  • Rights statements on sports material - all

Workshop #2 -  Copyright in the user contribution of sports content

Date: Wednesday 7 April 10:30 to 12:00 CET

Duration: 90 minutes

  • Welcome and introduction to the programme - Maria Teresa Natale, Senior Project Manager, Michael Culture
  • Collection campaigns (offline/online) - Ad Pollé, Senior CHI Coordinator, Europeana Foundation
  • The terms for User Contributions - Ariadna Matas, Policy Advisor, Europeana Foundation
  • Using the submission form - Ad Pollé, Senior CHI Coordinator, Europeana Foundation
  • Reminder of collection engagement - Adrian Murphy, Collections Manager, Europeana Foundation
  • Choosing a statement and supporting users - all
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