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Measuring the impact of DIgital CulturE

Risultati finali

Project Website

The project will maintain a website (part of Europeana Pro) that will act as a portal for the communication activities. In M1 a page will be made public to advertise and announce the project. The website will be maintained throughout the duration of the project and content will be contributed by all project partners

Policy brief

A document summing up all the recommendations to various stakeholders

Capacity-building Report v2

Final report on capacity building summarising the results achieved

A white paper with legal recommendations

A document summing up all the legal recommendations resulting from the analysis T31 addressed to the European Commission and other policy makers

Report on data gathering v1

Periodical reports on the status of data gathering activities, with specific information on the quality, reliability and accessibility of the gathered information.

Plan for Exploitation and Sustainability of Results v2

This deliverable identifies suitable ways of enabling takeup of project results in order to achieve the expected outcomes in a sustainable way Contents include i Market assessment ii IP register iii SWOT analysis iv Business Model Canvas v progress report on engagement with external stakeholders

Final legal evaluative analysis

Final legal analysis published supporting the outcomes of all the other WPs Development of comprehensive matrix including legal parameters qualifying as impeding or enhancing the participation of CHIs in the DSM Legal assessment of possible strategies that CHIs can adopt to take full advantage of the opportunities offered in the DSM

Train the Trainers Methodology

Training curriculum that offers methodologies and activities around the use of the participatory space builder and the Visual Analytics Dashboard

Legal comparative analysis evaluation

Development of concrete list of criteria through reusable flowcharts in order to identify and qualify the broader value of IP requirements for CHIs

User scenarios and wireframes report

Translating the user needs and functional requirements specified by the different stakeholders into technological requirements. Defining the scenarios describing how users can interact with the inDICEs Open Observatory platform depending on their roles/rights and for different use cases

Guidelines for the best practices regarding the maximisation of the impact of digitisation of cultural heritage

A policy report addressing policymakers experts and professionals about the most conceptually and empirically supported and validated strategies to achieve a socially and economically impactful digitisation of cultural heritage in the future context of the DSM

Capacity-building Report v1

Report outlining the capacity building strategy

Copyright chart model

Report detailing the technical and substantial processes associated with the creation of the copyright chart including an overview of the system of classification of the copyright capacity of the user divided in capacity tiers and the respective textual components redacted in the form of an overarching copyright guide for cultural heritage professionals with increasing levels of technical details depending on the outcome of the assessment

Report on data gathering v2

Periodical reports on the status of data gathering activities with specific information on the quality reliability and accessibility of the gathered information

Methodology and definition of the inDICEs analytical toolbox

A technical report presenting and discussing the methodologies that have been selected as part of the project’s analytical toolbox and their potential and limitations of application.

inDICEs model for digital community participation

Analysis and selection of participatory approaches a large amount of practices and participatory approaches will result from the research so a methodological framework for their selection is needed This report will contain a special section outlining the online capacity building strategy

Plan for Exploitation and Sustainability of Results v3

This deliverable identifies suitable ways of enabling takeup of project results in order to achieve the expected outcomes in a sustainable way Contents include i Market assessment ii IP register iii SWOT analysis iv Business Model Canvas v progress report on engagement with external stakeholders

Policy report on value chains of CHIs in Digital Single Market

A report on value chains of CHIs in DSM will be a result of the policy analysis (T 3.1) and will summarise all the conclusion and knowledge gathered.

Consultation workshops planning and outcomes report

The project will run three consultation workshops M9 M15 M22 that will inform the development of the infrastructure A final summary report will be compiled

Report on data gathering v4

Periodical reports on the status of data gathering activities with specific information on the quality reliability and accessibility of the gathered information

Report on data gathering v3

Periodical reports on the status of data gathering activities with specific information on the quality reliability and accessibility of the gathered information

Legal comparative analysis for multi-level relationship involving CHIs

Concrete specification of the IP legal requirements that need to be taken into account for the development of the parameters of WP1. The main focus will be on IP law and relevant legislative proposals at EU level such as the review of the Copyright Directive or the proposed Regulation for the free flow of non-personal data

Plan for Exploitation and Sustainability of Results v1

This deliverable identifies suitable ways of enabling take-up of project results in order to achieve the expected outcomes in a sustainable way. Contents include: (i) Market assessment (ii) IP register (iii) SWOT analysis (iv) Business Model Canvas (v) progress report on engagement with external stakeholders

Guidelines for CHIs digital transformation

An online document with guidelines for CHIs including such issues as change management digital transformation workflow optimization IPR implementation guidelines community engagement

Communication and Dissemination Plan

The Communication Plan allows the project to identify and adopt specific communication strategies for each stakeholder group by analysing their interests and preferences. It will be in use by M2 and published in M3, being updated quarterly thereafter as an internal reference with highlights included in the annual project report (D6.1) Contents include: (i) performance metrics of various dissemination channels (blog posts, tweets, etc, as well as more traditional dissemination outputs such as white papers, conference papers, scholarly articles). (ii) overview of events attended (iii) report on the status of collaboration with other DT-GOV-13 project and other related initiatives.

Quality and Data Management Plan First version

This document defines both the quality assurance process for all technical outputs of the project including technical evaluation baselines for services and product releases and the guidelines for publication or protection of all data generated or re-used by the project. It will also elaborate the ethical guidelines and protocols to be aligned within the project to ensure that ethical issues will be handled throughout with the support of the external ethics board.

Quality and Data Management Plan Second version

This document defines both the quality assurance process for all technical outputs of the project including technical evaluation baselines for services and product releases and the guidelines for publication or protection of all data generated or reused by the project It will also elaborate the ethical guidelines and protocols to be aligned within the project to ensure that ethical issues will be handled throughout with the support of the external ethics board

Quality and Data Management Plan Final version

This document defines both the quality assurance process for all technical outputs of the project including technical evaluation baselines for services and product releases and the guidelines for publication or protection of all data generated or reused by the project It will also elaborate the ethical guidelines and protocols to be aligned within the project to ensure that ethical issues will be handled throughout with the support of the external ethics board

Database and service layers architecture v2

This deliverable provides the interim and the final versions of the frontend applications collaborative environment visual analytics dashboard as well as the inDICEs API Framework

Database and service layers architecture V1

This deliverable provides the interim and the final versions of the frontend applications (collaborative environment, visual analytics dashboard) as well as the inDICEs API Framework

Pubblicazioni

Emergence of knowledge communities and information centralization during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Autori: Pier Luigi Sacco; Riccardo Gallotti; Federico Pilati; Nicola Castaldo; Manlio De Domenico
Pubblicato in: Social Science & Medicine, Issue 1, 2021, ISSN 0277-9536
Editore: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.114215

Il progetto inDICEs: misurare l’impatto della cultura digitale

Autori: Sara Di Giorgio, Claudio Pradoni
Pubblicato in: DigItalia Web, Issue Vol 2 (2020), 2020, Page(s) 59-73, ISSN 1972-621X
Editore: DigItalia
DOI: 10.36181/digitalia-00014

Monetization in online streaming platforms: an exploration of inequalities in Twitch.tv

Autori: A. Houssard; F. Pilati; M. Tartari; P. L. Sacco; R. Gallotti
Pubblicato in: Scientific Reports, Issue 1, 2023, ISSN 2045-2322
Editore: Nature Publishing Group
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-26727-5

European Libraries and Their Virtual Users: How the Pandemic Affected Digital Production and Participation

Autori: Maria Tartari, Sara Di Giorgio and Claudio Prandoni
Pubblicato in: IRCDL 2022: 18th Italian Research Conference on Digital Libraries, 2022
Editore: CEUR Workshop Proceedings

Self-assessment and Monitoring of CHI Performance in Digital Transformation

Autori: Rasa Bocyte, Johan Oomen & Fred Truyen
Pubblicato in: Linking Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries. TPDL 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science., 2021, ISBN 978-3-030-86324-1
Editore: Springer
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-86324-1_16

inDICEs: a MOOC on Developing Digital Transition Strategies for Cultural Heritage Institutions

Autori: Roberta Pireddu; Frederik Truyen; Sofie Taes; Rasa Bocyte
Pubblicato in: Proceedings of the 21st European Conference on e-Learning - ECEL 2022; 2021; Vol. 21; iss. 1, 2022, Page(s) pp. 425 - 431, ISBN 978-1-914587-55-9
Editore: edited by Dr Panagiotis Fotaris and Dr Andrew Blake
DOI: 10.34190/ecel.21.1.904

inDICEs project: l’impatto della cultura digitale tra community e istituzioni

Autori: Maria Tartari
Pubblicato in: ArtsLife, 2021
Editore: WE WEB COMPANY S.r.l.

Impact Areas of Digital Cultural Participation Literature Review

Autori: Tartari, Maria; Manfredini, Francesca
Pubblicato in: Issue 4, 2022
Editore: inDICEs Project
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7525592

The Change Impact Assessment Framework

Autori: Tartari, Maria; Manfredini, Francesca; Pilati, Federico; Sacco, Pier Luigi
Pubblicato in: Issue 4, 2022
Editore: inDICEs Project
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7566478

Interview for Beni Culturali in che termini? Interviste con gli esperti.

Autori: Alba Irollo
Pubblicato in: Beni Culturali in che termini? Interviste con gli esperti., 2021, ISBN 978-88-6719-230-4
Editore: UniorPress
DOI: 10.6093/978-88-6719-230-4

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