Impact News

Nº 4

 July  10th, 2014

Dear friends,
Here we have our Summer Newsletter with fresh news about Impact Centre of Competence and Succeed project. We hope you find them useful and we wait for your feedback at communication@digitisation.eu

Best,

Succeed Final Conference: Succeed in digitisation. Spreading excellence

The Succeed project is organising at Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) the conference "Succeed in digitisation. Spreading excellence", to be held on November 28th, 2014.

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Interoperability Workshop

Succeed project is organizing an Interoperability Workshop to discuss best practices and possibilities for cooperation on a technical level between European Centres of Competence and Digital infrastructures. The workshop will take place next 2nd October 2014, in The Hague.

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Is copyright an obstacle or a guarantee for digitisation?

On the occasion of the Digitisation Days in Madrid, on 19 May 2014 our organization sought to test out the attendees by devoting a working session, in the form of a round table, to the question of the problems that digitisation creates for copyright … or was it the other way around?

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Digitisation Days Round Table: Future research for the digital library

During the Digitisation Days, on 20 May, the National Library of the Netherlands (KB) hosted an
interesting and fruitful Round table workshop on the future of research and funding in digitization
and the possible roles of Centres of Competence.

Digitisation Days videos available at Vimeo and Youtube

If you were not in Digitisation Days, in Madrid. Now you can watch #digidays sessions at Youtube and Vimeo

Succeed survey on content/tools licensing and innovative usages

New deadline: July 11th!!

The Succeed project is undertaking a survey on the use of licenses in the field of digitisation and on innovative usages of digitised content.
The aim of this survey is to gather information about current practices for licensing data, metadata and tools and on new trends in the exploitation of digitised content. This information will help define recommendations for text ...

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