Presentation on theme: "Dovw@savion.huji.ac.il http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICA (FP6 IST – 034984) Semantically Enhanced Multifaceted Collaborative Access to Cultural Heritage."— Presentation transcript:
1 firstname.lastname@example.org http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICA (FP6 IST – ) Semantically Enhanced Multifaceted Collaborative Access to Cultural Heritage htto://Dov WinerIsrael
2 email@example.com http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICAMOSAICA is developing a toolbox of generic technologies for intelligent presentation, knowledge-based discovery, and interactive and creative educational experience covering a broad variety of diversified cultural heritages requirements.Jewish heritage as demonstration environmentTechnology innovation in 4 areas:Semantic annotationOntology alignmentDistributed content managementGeographic Information System / Temporal Information System
3 firstname.lastname@example.org http://jnul.huji.ac.il Diaspora Museum Collections
5 D1.1: Web based resources in Jewish Heritage (4) YIVO Institute for Jewish ResearchPeople of a Thousand Towns Online Photo Catalog17,000 photographs of Jewish life in Eastern Europe, available at:The Story of the Jewish Labor Bund, The General Jewish Workers Union of Poland and Russia ”the Bund” was founded in Vilna in 1897:The Power of Persuasion: Jewish Posters from Prewar Poland During the interwar period, posters became a ubiquitous presence on Jewish streets. Some posters announce theater performances, sports events, and literary readings..
6 Summary of Available Resources JNUL (Jewish National and University Library): more than 1,200 Kettubot (Illuminated Contract Marriages); 85 recorded songs; more than 400 digitised books. Links to digital exhibitions, illuminated manuscripts and Talmudic Manuscripts.Centropa: 1,000 biographies; 20,000 images with direct access provided to 4,693 annotated photographs by European countries; 38 historical excerpts; 14 film clips; 10 multimedia shows.YIVO: 17 Online galleries; 107 photographs in 5 Photo Albums; link to the photo database People of a Thousand Towns, accessible online (with prior authorization), with 17,000 photos.Spielberg Jewish Film Archive: direct access to 400 Virtual Film clips; 28 samples described in this document. The catalogue provides access to the description of more than 10,000 descriptions of film and video titles.Dinur Centre for Jewish History: direct access to the metadata files describing resources. Central and Western Europe (244); Eastern Europe (128); Former Soviet Union (141). We provide here direct access to the 150 resources resulting from a search for Europe in the database (History 65; Holocaust 34; Communities 4; Genealogy 12; Institutions and journals 35.Moving Here: Online museum on the immigration to England resources pertaining to the Jewish immigration presented in 7 online exhibitions.INA – Institut National de l'Audiovisual: 363 Medias identified following a search for "Juif". Here we describe a sample of 17 of such film clips.This document direct reference at least 8,821 Jewish Heritage Web-based resources. Indirect access at least 32,307 additional images and photos (Centropa, 15,307; YIVO, 17,000).
7 email@example.com http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICAPresent situationAbundance of resources: WWW, digital libraries, museums, digital collections …Basic Internet technologiesScattered around the cyberspaceNeed to know in order to find itWhen you find it – need patience to appreciate it
8 firstname.lastname@example.org http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICAPotential consumersDo not know enough to findDo not have patience to enjoy itUsed to highly interactive, dynamic and vibrant interfacesPotential providers:Presenting limited insightBound to outdated technologies
9 email@example.com http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICAVISIONUse technology to conceptually model cultural heritageBase consumption on conceptual models – on knowledgeUse technology to allow storytelling – narrativesCombine multiple (distributed) resources to provide an exhaustive insight into the domain of discourseUse technology to provide thrill
10 firstname.lastname@example.org http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICAPractical ImplicationsNot “yellow pages” for other websitesElementary resources from which a narrative can be created (as opposed to composite resources such as HTML pages, MS Word documents, etc.)Facility to create narratives (Virtual Expedition)Facilities for collaborative editing:Online ontology editorSemantic AnnotatorVirtual Expedition EditorPublishing in user groupsStructured authorization (Board of Editors)
11 email@example.com http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICA wayCreate YOUR own narrativeVirtual Expedition editorTell a storySearch for resource (Semantic Search, Semantic Browsing, GIS/TIS)Select a resourceContribute your own resource (Semantic Annotator)Collaborative editing – your resource reusable by othersPublish through semantic annotationLearn and enjoySearch for conceptUnderstand conceptExploreEnjoy the story – learnExplore …
12 firstname.lastname@example.org http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICAWhere are we now?Got all basic technologies togetherDevelop a robust architectural designMap resources, prepare use of resources, set the foundations of conceptual modeling(Learn the problems typical for the entire domain of discourse through hands-on experience – devise generic solutions)Understand how conceptual modeling can be transformed into narrativesSetup the initial toolbox
13 email@example.com http://jnul.huji.ac.il MOSAICAFully develop the conceptual model for the selected domain of discourseIntegrate various technologies into a single delivery frameworkConsolidate Virtual Expedition methodology into mature technology through hands-on experienceComplete the toolboxImprove GIS/TIS (semantic enhancement), deploy P2P infrastructureProvide the thrillIntegrate resources, resources and more resourcesUnderstand how to do businessVision for the future: "Each reader/viewer/ can become a creator/editor/reviewer and can feed their contribution back to the media space"
15 WP 1 ObjectivesTo identify Web based resources in Jewish cultural heritage.To identify resources in Jewish cultural heritage suitable for GIS.To negotiate access to the resources in Jewish cultural heritage with the content owners, and resolve the corresponding IPR issues.To populate MOSAICA ontology with selected resources in Jewish cultural heritage.To define methodology and specify interface for dynamic, online access to multiple, distributed resources in Jewish cultural heritage
16 Criteria for Selection of Web-based Resources in Jewish Heritage CULTUREUnesco definition in the Universal Declaration of Cultural DiversityQUALITYAccuracy, Clarity, MotivationGRANULARITYIntermediate level, enough to identify resource as within the scopeGISResources which include a coordinate system or can easily be so represented.Guidelines for Entering Resources
17 CULTURE – based on Unesco Definition Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity (2002)Express the distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features of European Jewry (... Catalonian, Celtic, Roma, Muslim... ), and that it encompasses, in addition to art and literature, lifestyles, ways of living together, value systems, traditions and beliefs.It should be of interest to a diversified European public broadly composes from different nationalities, ethnic origins, linguistic and religious affiliations.
18 QUALITY Criterion ACCURACY CLARITY MOTIVATION The resource should be reliable, valid and produced by a trusted source; information should be impartially presented; resource must not contain biases, mistakes or omissions.CLARITYThere should be a clear tie between the resource and European Jewish Culture (... Catalonia, Roma, Scots, Muslims...Culture ). Correlation should be comprehensive and obvious.MOTIVATIONThe resource should achieve the active engagement of the user and be interesting and appealing.
19 GRANULARITY Criterion Intermediate level of granularityThe resources should be content chunks large just enough so as to be easily identified as being related to the intended content area.They may be pages, video clips, text, sound and music files that clearly can be identified and described as of European Jewish Culture (... Catalonian, Celtic, Roma, Muslim... ) interest.
20 Adequacy for GIS Criterion ... _strive to include a significant share of resources which include a coordinate system which references a particular place on earth.Alternatively, resources which include clear geographical specifications that are easily amenable to representation by a coordinate system will be selected.
21 MOSAICA IPR Policy Memorandum of Understanding – January 2007 Respect for the Copyrights of content providersTechnological support for the expression and enforcement of rights by content providersGuidance and support for MOSAICA content providers and users regarding IPR issuesID 2.0 Draft: Resources for the MOSAICA IPR PolicyRole of IPR for enabling access and creative re-usageResources: MINERVAResources: European Commission PolicyConsiderations in choosing a DRM solutionThe Creative Commons Approach
22 D1.1: Web based resources in Jewish Heritage (1) Direct access to at least 8,821 resourcesPotential access to another 32,307 images and photosAvailable: eJewish.info metadata database (MS SQL 2005) with about another 18,000 resources. Some challenges need to be overcome for its ingestion into the MOSAICA database.
23 D1.1: Web based resources in Jewish Heritage (2) JNUL – Jewish National and University LibraryTreasures of the Jewish PeopleMahzor NurenbergKetubbot (Marriage Contracts)Digitised BooksNational Sound ArchivesHigh Holidays - Sukkot and Simhat Tora (Tabernacles) – Hannukah – Purim – Passover – Lag BaomerCorfu-MiKamokha iWiznitz-ShoshanatYaacov PiuteiPurim-Ancona
24 D1.1: Web based resources in Jewish Heritage (3) CENTROPABiographies: Jewish Witnesses to a European CenturyHistorical ReportsFilm: Documentaries from Jewish WitnessesNarrated StoriesFirst person storiesMultimedia – Slideshows and Photo EssaysJourneys through a Timeless SpaceAnnotated pictures: Jewish Witnesses to a European Century by European Countries ( more than 4,000)
25 D1.1: Web based resources in Jewish Heritage (5) The Spielberg Jewish Film ArchiveName: A Day in WarsawYear: 1939 Duration: 00:09:25 Language: EnglishJewish life in Warsaw on the eve of World War II.Name: A pictorial review of KolbuszowaYear: 1930 Duration: 00:27:55 Language: English subtitlesA survey of Kolbuszowa, Ranizow, Sokolow, and Rzeszow in pre-World War II PolandName: Ashkenazi music of the Jews from Eastern EuropeYear: 1992 Duration: 00:29:15 Language: EnglishPart of the Israel Music Heritage Project. The world of Yiddish folksongs, Klezmer music and Eastern European synagogue music.
26 Moving Here- why people came to England OriginsJourneysThe Journey to England; Arrival in England; Responses to Mass immigration.SettlingBackground History; Accommodation; Synagogues; Everyday life; Community Support;Growing upIncluding: Jewish and Non-Jewish Schools; Youth Clubs and Organisations; Orphanages and ReformWorking LivesImmigrant occupations in the 18th and 10th centuries; Trade Unionism and Industrial Action; Military Service in the First World War;Culture and FestivalsIncluding: Religious Life; Festivals; The Cycle of Jewish Life; Food; Language; Sport; Creative Careers.PoliticsJews and Political Life in the 18th and 19th centuries; Friendly Societies and the Workers' Circle; Zionism;
27 D1.1: Web based resources in Jewish Heritage (7) INA – Institut National de l’Audiovisual medias related to “Juif”Les Juifs du Pape – La Communauté Juive de Carpentras 00h01m32sThe Jewish Community of Carpentras is on of the oldest in France. During the 12th century the Comtat (Carpentras was its capital) was transferred to the Holy See.La Fête du Grand Pardon: Le Yom Kippour 00h03m28sThe Rabbi Shil explains the Attonement Day – Yom Kippour. Photos of Jews in a synagogue with the special clothes and sacred tools. The Shofar and the agenda of prayers and ceremonies.Le nouvel an juif 00h02m19sComics animation by Sacha dedicated to the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana. Includes an interview of the author about his illustrations of Jewish Holidays including Rosh Hashana.
28 Related to ONTOLOGY Development Survey of 31 vocabularies related to Jewish HeritageJewish places vocabularies for GIS annotationeJewish – Yad Vashem – Mokotoff Gazeteer - GettyUse of ontologies developed for Heritage in general CIDOC / CRMSurvey of Storytelling ontologies that may support the modelling of the Virtual Expeditions
29 SEMANTIC ANNOTATIONAvailability of a working version of the Semantic AnnotatorPreparing the Help filesIdentifying, selecting and involving Communities of Knowledge able to annotate resources of common interest e.g.:Families,communities,educators on their disciplines,BoF like Jewish Women studies etc
30 Thank you for your attention! Dov Winer phone:fax:
39 firstname.lastname@example.org http://jnul.huji.ac.il Jewish National and University LibraryCollaborative projectsKetubbotMarriage contracts from 8 collectionsTalmudic Manuscriptsfull manuscript of the Mishnaseveral tractates of the Babylonian Talmud
40 email@example.com http://jnul.huji.ac.il Jewish National and University LibraryThe David and Fella Shapell FoundationNational Sound Archives – 1,700 hours already availableHoly Land Maps –Jerusalem maps digitized and accessibleAlbert Einstein ArchivesCommunal Registers of Jewish CommunitiesEarly Hebrew Press – First six large format newspapers
41 firstname.lastname@example.org http://jnul.huji.ac.il Yad Vashem – Holocaust Memorial AuthorityWide digitization project and several online exhibitionsDigitized 2,000,000 pages of testimony in 20 languages100,000 photographsDeep Terminological Development
45 email@example.com http://jnul.huji.ac.il National Institutions: Jewish Agency, WZO, Keren KayemteCentral Zionist Archives digitization4 million documents250,000 photographs8,000 Keren Kayemet maps3,000 postersThe Jewish Agency for IsraeleJewish.info Initiative for Developing Jewish Networking InfrastructuresDepartment of Education units for ICT in Education and Contact Center (Distance Education)P2P initiatives for Jewish Museums and Theater