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Leestip: Implementation of the commission recommendation on digitisation and online accessibility of cultural material and digital preservation - Progress report 2013 - 2015

16 maart 2016




Onlangs verscheen het voortgangsrapport 'Implementation of the commission recommendation on digitisation and online accessibility of cultural material and digital preservation', opgesteld door het Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur & Wetenschap.

Uit het voortgangsrapport:

"Major developments in the reference period: The seven year Images for the Future (Beelden voor de Toekomst) program was completed in December 2014, resulting in the digitisation of 90.000 hours of video, 20.000 hours of film, 100.000 hours of audio and 2.5 Million photo’s. The total budget spend was € 121,6 million. A start was made with the mass-digitisation of the collections from the National Archives (Nationaal Archief), as part of the DTR-program. The national Metamorfoze programme for preservation through digitisation, coordinated by the National library, continues with a track for printed as well as archival material. New initiatives were started on the regional level, for example the € 5 M Deltaplan Digitalisering at the Province of Fryslân. Within the domain of Science, there is not an overall-strategy for the digitization of cultural materials. However, in the Humanities several large government-funded programs and projects are in place to build and maintain research infrastructures aiming to provide access to digitized and digital born texts and objects, in combination with the development of tools for analysis and visualization (Nederlab, The Language Archive, CLARIN, CLARIAH). Overall, there has been a decrease in availability of public and private funds for digitisation of cultural heritage collections at the local and regional level, there has been an increase in the use of crowdsourcing projects and platforms to involve user groups in the digitisation of heritage collections, e.g. through the platform Vele Handen."

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