October 2010

The last few places are available at Europeana´s Open Culture 2010 conference: booking will close shortly as we are nearing our 350 capacity.

The keynote speakers are Liam Wyatt, the British Museum´s first Wikipedian in Residence, who will give a keynote on Peace, Love & Metadata: a cultural collaboration with Wikipedia, and James Crawford, Engineering Director for Google Books, who will talk about the present and future of the project.

EuDML workshop with content providers

The workshop held in the Institute of Mathematics ASCR in Prague on 15 October 2010 aimed at bringing together all content providers in the project to discuss the findings of the preliminary analysis of the collections and the technical orientation to be pursued.


9.00–12.30 WP3: EuDML workshop with content providers – State of the art

9.00–9.30 Welcome (Prague authorities, local organization and practical details, J .Borbinha, Th. Bouche, J. Rákosník)

The Open Access Week is a global event, now in its 4th year, promoting the open access as a new norm in scholarship and research. This year’s Open Access Week will highlight the collaboration behind the open access and a broad range of initiatives around the globe. The anticipated participation of hundreds of universities, research institutions, and other sites worldwide would demonstrate the depth and the breadth of support for the open access and the real impact of un-fettered access on advancing discovery across disciplines.

On 26 October 2010 the Czech TV channel ČT24 presented a telecast about the projects DML-CZ and EuDML with live entries of Miroslav Bartošek and Jiří Rákosník.

Thierry Bouche presented Le projet EuDML in the workshop Documentation mathématique CIRM held in Luminy, France, on 11 October 2010.