[open-bibliography] [openbiblio-dev] Survey for GLAM Institutions in France
pm286 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Feb 13 15:28:56 GMT 2012
Forwarded to openbiblio as it's of general interest
On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Primavera De Filippi <pdefilippi at gmail.com
> Hi all,
> a survey is being organized by the French ministry of culture to
> understand the status of museums, libraries and archives of France in their
> relationship with "open cultural data"
> The idea is to identify which cultural institutions are already opening up
> their data, which ones are not, and which ones are planning on doing it.
> The survey currently covers questions concerning the type of data, content
> or information proceeded by each institution, the procedure of production
> and how the data is used, legal and economic aspects of data reuse,
> prospectives for opening up data.
> I mentioned the possibility of introducing questions concerning
> bibliographic metadata, so as to identify the institutions who have not yet
> openly disclosed their metadata to the public but would be willing to do
> so. I have thus been asked to contribute to the survey by adding questions
> concerning bibliographic metadata. If anyone on the list has any idea or
> suggestions on what kind of questions would be relevant to ask to those
> institutions, please let me know !
> The first draft of the questionnaire has to be submitted y the 14th of
> february (tomorrow) so it is pretty urgent :)
> Finally, a conference/workshop will be organized in April to discuss the
> results of the survey directly with the representatives of GLAM
> institutions. I have been asked to intervene as part of Creative Commons,
> it would be nice to take advantage of this opportunity to propose to some
> of these institutions (who still have no idea how which format to use) to
> adopt bibjson/bibserver/bibsoup as an easy and interoperable solution for
> opening up their data.
> What do you think?
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