Includes Keyword: open GLAM

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The case for open access
Providing open access to digitised collections has spurred creativity and research worldwide – so why are the UK’s flagship museums so slow on the uptake?
Douglas McCarthy et al, 2020
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Show Your Work
Students from the Master of Science in Data Visualization program at Parsons' School of Art, Media, and Technology were assigned a challenging task: interpreting data from The Met's Open Access collection to design thoughtful, creative, and often eye-opening presentations.
Benjamin Korman et al, 2020
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Engaging the Data Science Community with Met Open Access API
Through the Museum’s Open Access program and the release of its public API, the Met collection is empowering users and data science in new and innovative ways.
Jennie Choi, 2020
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Celebrating Three Years of Open Access at The Met
On the third anniversary of the Met's Open Access program, this article reviews the significant impact the program has made.
Sofie Andersen et al, 2020
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Celebrating Six Months of Open Access
A review of what happened in the six months after The Met launched its Open Access initiative, which made available all 375,000+ images of public-domain works in The Met collection under Creative Commons Zero (CC0).
Loic Tallon, 2017
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Introducing Open Access at The Met
Chief Digital Officer Loic Tallon discusses the Museum's move to Open Access, an important and exciting milestone in The Met's digital evolution.
Loic Tallon, 2017
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MKG Collection Online: The potential of open museum collections
Looking at the example of the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKG), this article outlines the potential of open access for digitised museum collections. It also examines the challenges of the open access policy and the wider implications of openness for the museum, other cultural heritage institutions and society.
Antje Schmidt, 2020
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Museums in the Digital Age: insight from the Pinakotheken
Interview with Antje Lange of Munich’s Pinakotheken (Bayerischen Staatsgemäldesammlungen) reflecting on its open access policy, new collections website, participation in #SunflowersLive and convening of a major museum conference.
Douglas McCarthy et al,
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Insight from a global survey of open GLAM
Presentation at National Digital Forum, New Zealand, by Sarah Powell on behalf of Douglas McCarthy.

Fresh from co-leading a global survey of open access in the GLAM sector, this talk shares Douglas's insights into the key trends and challenges for museums trying to engage and empower audiences through open access to digital collections.

Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/19dKUCw3fmHkNYBB3I-6ttIh7l2sNgfgxP9GmyxLhgyA/edit#slide=id.g43e7e0d630_0_353
Douglas McCarthy et al, 2019
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Giz it: A journey in reuse
Presentation by Mike Dickison on behalf of Siobhan Leachman, GLAM volunteer and enthusiast, at National Digital Forum, New Zealand. It documents the trials and tribulations of reusing digital public domain content provided by New Zealand GLAMs from the perspective of a member of the public.

Slides: http://bit.ly/GizItNDF
Siobhan Leachman et al, 2019