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From Policy Guidelines to Real Life: Building of the National Digital Library of Finland

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  1. From Policy Guidelines to Real Life: Building of the National Digital Library of Finland CIDOC CRM Workshop 28.1.2010 Minna Karvonen Ministry of Education

  2. National Information Society Policy in Finland National Information Society Strategy 2007-2015 Government Resolution on the Objectives of the National Information Society Policy 2007−2011 • Information Society Action Plan 2007–2011 • National Digital Library project • Relating other areas: • Science and research infrastructures • On-line availability of public content and services • Open learning environments

  3. Digital Libraries Initiative of the European Union The Digital Libraries iIitiative is part of the European Community's i2010 strategy for the Digital Economy It focuses on two areas: cultural heritage and scientific information: 2006: Council Conclusions on the Digitisation and Online Accessibility of Cultural Material, and Digital Preservation 2007: Council Conclusions on scientific information in the digital age: access, dissemination and preservation 2008: Council Conclusions of 20 November 2008 on the European digital library EUROPEANA

  4. National Digital Library of Finland 2008−2011 National Digital Library means: a common public interface for the information resources of libraries, archives and museums (in operation in 2011) digitisation of the most essential cultural heritage materials of libraries, archives and museums development of a long-term preservation solution for electronic cultural heritage materials (a detailed plan in 2010) increasing competence National Digital Library will work as an aggregator for the European Digital Library Europeana.

  5. National audio-visual archive Libraries in educational nstitutions Public libraries National Library of Finland Municipal archives, other public administration archives and other archives National Digital Library – 700 libraries, museums & archives Special libraries Government-subsidized and other private archives Libraries in higher education institutions National Archives+ provincial archives = National Archive Service Finnish Museum of Natural History Finnish National Gallery National Board of Antiquities/ National Museum of Finland Regional art museums Other museums National specialised museums Regional museums

  6. National Digital Library: 70 people from 35 organisations Monitoring group / chaired by the Ministry of Education Steering group / chaired by the Ministry of Education Availability section / chaired by the National Library Technical expert group / chaired by the National Library Long-term preservation section / chaired by the National Archives Working groups Working groups Working groups Working groups Working groups

  7. User interface Present state and challenges Library Portal Museums and Archives Digi-arkistot (julkaisu-arkistot, Digitalia) Digital Archives and Instit. Archives Other systems i.e. Learning environ- ments MetaLib Meta search SFX linking resolver (journal articles and ebooks) Local Library Systems Back end Owned resources Licensed e-resources

  8. Solution: New System Architecture andPublic Interface Separating user interface from back end systems Hiding back end systems from users A common Public Interface will replace current user interfaces (library systems, portals, institutional archives, DPS…) The public interface is one installation for many institutions (many views)

  9. What is there for users? Users do not need to know: organisations or collections Users can: Reach all services they need Reach different kind of collections Customize the service to their liking

  10. And more... Organisations can tailor the interface to meet their users' needs The idea is to bring the service to users' working environments (such as e-science and learning environments) and to social networking forums

  11. Content Users will have access to: Public domain material available for all Material with restricted / authorised use: Licensed material (e.g. scientific journals, e-books) Material with restricted display and use (e.g. archive material)

  12. Public interface: searchable content in 2011 50 million database references 2 million pages of newspapers 2 million pages of archive material hundreds of thousands photographs and museum objects licenced material: 300 000 e-books, 20 000 e-journals 13

  13. Europeana – the access point to Europe's digital cultural heritage & National Digital Libraries National Digital Libraries: e.g. BAM,, Culturaitalia, CIDEC, National Digital Library of Finland Europeana Sectoral & Cross Sectoral Portals: Athena, Apenet, EFG, STERNA etc. Individual services of libraries, archives and museums 14

  14. The Europeana Universe of Projects 2009 Museum A Archive A Library A Library X CulturaItalia BAM National Digital LibrayFnland National Digital Library Film Archive 1 Film Archive 2 Film Archive 3 Archive X EFG ACE ACE Film Archive X EDL EuropeanaLocal Museum X Museum 1 ICOM Europe Museum 2 ATHENA MICHAEL The European Library CENL Eurbica National Archive 1 APEnet National Archive 2 IASA VideoActive FIAT National Archive 3 Sound Archive 1 Sound Archive n Television Archive 1 Television Archive n Judaeica MIMO BHL ARROW STERNA Europeana Connect IMPACT NL 1 NL 2 NL 3 Trebleclef Europeana Travel PrestoPrime EUScreen

  15. Benefits of the National Digital Library Project improves availability of electronic information resources and makes their use easier strengthens cooperation across organisational and sectoral borders reduces overlapping expenses from digitisation and management, distribution and preservation of electronic material improves interoperability, manageability and efficiency of processes preserves the potential of cultural heritage material far into the future

  16. What is needed to make this all happen? national guidelines national coordination mechanisms & governance common procedures and standards resources – 16 million € for 2008 - 2011 sustainability content good will, continuous interaction & capacity to change 17

  17. For further information: Minna Karvonen Secretary General National Digital Library Ministry of Education