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Europeana and IIIF

  1. 1. Europeana & IIIFWhat we are planning and why? David Haskiya | IIIF: Access to the World’s Images - Ghent 2015 Danse de trois faunes et trois bacchantes, Hieronymus Hopfer, Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon, Public Domain
  2. 2. Outline of my talk • Why do we want to support IIIF? • Mission & Users • How will we support IIIF? • Display • Data model (EDM) • Community • Distribution • When will we support IIIF? • Farther future: IxIIF? Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  3. 3. Why support IIIF? Netherlands, CC BY-SA 1911, Circus Museum Troupe Banola leur dernière création
  4. 4. Why support IIIF? Our mission: “We transform the world with culture! We want to build on Europe’s rich heritage and make it easier for people to use, whether for work, for learning or just for fun.” Supporting IIIF will help in reaching all these goals. We may even help transform our little GLAM world! When in doubt check your mission Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  5. 5. What our users say • Immediate access to full and high-res imagery and multi-page documents is something all users want • Some users have specific needs and pain points • Designers looking for visual inspiration • Art historians peering closely, so closely at a specific work of art • Historically Europeana has been very metadata centric. The design of the new version of our portal will mean a major step towards rich media. Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  6. 6. Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  7. 7. How will we support IIIF? Netherlands, CC BY-SA Circus Museum Anonymous Cirque de Moscou
  8. 8. Display • When the new version of our portal becomes available in beta next week it comes with a proof of concept IIIF-viewer • We have 3 data partners who have given leave for us to display their IIIF- compatible collections • Thanks go to: Digital Bodleian Library, University of Heidelberg, and National Library of Wales • Implementation is deliberately basic. UX research needed before we go ambitious • Let’s do a quick live demo in our internal alpha. What could go wrong? Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  9. 9. Shared image service • We have 3500 data partners. Should they all individually develop an IIIF- server? Some can and will. But for most it’s beyond their technical or financial capabilities. • So we will develop a shared image service, IIIF compatible, for use by all Europeana data partners who want to support IIIF but don’t have the means • Aim is to have at least a test version of the service in May 2016 Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  10. 10. Data model • We will update our Europeana Data Model mapping guidelines to include instructions on how to provider IIIF images and manifest • The DPLA will do the same with their DPLA MAP • Draft guidelines to be (I hope!) finalised here at the IIIF unconference Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  11. 11. Distribution • IIIF images and manifests provided to Europeana directly or created by the shared IIIF image service will be retrievable via the Europeana REST-API • The REST-API search call will be extended to allow for filtering to only items with IIIF resources (image info and manifest URIs) • For IIIF-resources that are licensed for re-use we will enable embedding of the Europeana IIIF-viewer • As our REST-API already supports queries on image resolution combined with structured rights Kennisland has already developed a IIIF compatible service, Embedr.eu , with high-res, embeddable and reusable images. Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  12. 12. When will we support IIIF? Crazed Farmers during the performance at Klub Gromka, Janez Gerčar, Culture.si, CC- BY-ND
  13. 13. Roadmap for matters IIIF • December, Europeana Collections Beta launches with IIIF-viewer (3 pilot datasets) • Q1 2016, EDM mapping guidelines updated to include rules for how to provide IIIF images and manifests • Late Q2 2016, Shared IIIF-service for testing, REST-API extended to allow retrieval of IIIF resources • Q3 2016, Shared IIIF-service in production Sainte Cécile chantant les louanges de Dieu, Etienne Picart, Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon, Public Domain Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA
  14. 14. 08 December 2015 The Music Lesson, Louis Moritz, 1808, Rijksmuseum , Public Domain
  15. 15. Three takeaways • Why does Europeana want to support IIIF? • Because it helps us fulfill our mission and it helps our users • How will Europeana support IIIF? • By display, by sharing services and IIIF-resources, by joining and supporting the community • When will Europeana support IIIF? • Starting like now and gradually more and more throughout 2016 Europeana & IIIF CC BY-SA

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