OpenGLAM is supported by a global network of people and organisations who are working to open up content and data held by GLAM institutions.

We run workshops and provide documentation for cultural institutions wanting to open up their data and content as well as organising events bringing together groups that are committed to building an open cultural commons.

Events

This is a calendar of global events relevant to the OpenGLAM network. It includes hackathons, code sprints, conferences and meet-ups that relate to opening up cultural heritage. Open GLAM Calendar
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Events on August 6, 2014
  • Wikimania

    Starts: August 6, 2014

    Ends: August 11, 2014

    Location: London, United Kingdom

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Events on August 9, 2014
  • Pi and Mash

    Starts: August 9, 2014

    Ends: August 9, 2014

    Location: London, United Kingdom

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Events on August 13, 2014
  • IFLA Satellite meeting: Theory and research on the convergence of professional identity in cultural heritage institutions (Libraries, Museums, and Archives) beyond technology

    Starts: August 13, 2014

    Ends: August 15, 2014

    Location: Turin, Italy

  • Copyright and beyond. Libraries in the Public Sphere (Joint EBLIDA and IFLA CLM Satellite Conference)

    Starts: August 13, 2014

    Ends: August 15, 2014

    Location: Strasbourg, France

  • IFLA Pre-Conference: "Digital Transformation and the Changing Role of News Media in the 21st Century"

    Starts: August 13, 2014

    Ends: August 15, 2014

    Location: Geneva, Switzerland

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Events on August 14, 2014
  • IFLA 2014 Satellite Meeting - Linked Data in Libraries: Let's make it happen!

    Starts: August 14, 2014

    Ends: August 14, 2014

    Location: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Quai François Mauriac, Paris, France

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Events on August 16, 2014
  • IFLA World Library Information Congress (WLIC) 2014

    Starts: August 16, 2014

    Ends: August 23, 2014

    Location: Lyon, France

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Each month, in our “Curator’s Choice” series, we feature a guest article from a curator on a group of works in one of their openly licensed digital collections.

Curator’s Choice #12: Michael J. North, Head of Rare Books and Early Manuscripts in the U.S. National Library of Medicine’s History of Medicine Division, takes a look at one of the most important books in the history veterinary medicine – a seminal 17th-century work on the care of horses. Read on

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Getting ready for the OpenGLAM benchmark survey

Since early 2014, a group of people from national chapters of the Open Knowledge Foundation, Wikimedia chapters, NGOs, cultural heritage and research institutions has been working on preparing the OpenGLAM benchmark survey. This online survey will measure the state of advancement of OpenGLAM in various countries around the world (for example regarding digitization, inter-organisational cooperation involving […]

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Starting the OpenGLAM local group for Germany – event report

On the morning before the start of the Open Knowledge Festival, a group of nearly 60 open culture enthusiasts from all over the world gathered at the Wikimedia offices in Berlin to discuss the situation around open cultural data in Germany and to start up a local German OpenGLAM group. The day began with a […]

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Maintaining a healthy and thriving Public Domain

At this week´s Open Knowledge Festival, Europeana together with the OpenGLAM initiative and Dutch think tank Kennisland ran a workshop to discuss how to maintain a healthy and thriving public domain of cultural heritage. The festival ran from 16-17 July in Berlin, and was attended by more than 1000 people from all over the world who gathered to talk about […]

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Let’s bring the Public Domain Calculators Worldwide !

This blogpost was written by Pierre Chrzanowski, Open Knowledge Foundation France Our cultural heritage is immense but it has been dispatched across countries, public institutions, private collections, and so forth. Hence, for a long time, there was unequal access to culture and knowledge. Those who were close to cultural institutions or knowledge centers had lots […]

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