Relevant Sources: Open Cultural Data

Bibliography for the Open Cultural Data project, useful for instance in relation to experiments in Linked Open Data:

Bray, Paula, Sebastian Chan, Joseph Dalton, Dianne Dietrich, Effie Kapsalis, Michelle Springer, and Zinkham, Helena (H). Museums and the Web 2011: Proceedings. Ed. Bearman and Trant. Totonto: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2011. Print. Available at:

Commons on Flickr – a Report, Some Concepts and a FAQ – the First 3 Months From the Powerhouse Museum | Fresh & New(Er). Web. Available at:

Edson, Michael. “Museums and the Commons: Helping Makers Get Stuff Done.” Keynote given at Europeana’s European Cultural Commons conference in Warsaw Poland, October 12, 2011. December 16, 2010. Address. Available at:

Finnis, Jane, Sebastian Chan, and Rachel Clements. Let’s Get Real. How to Evaluate Online Success? . Report from the Culture24 Action Research Project. September 20, 2011. Print. Available at:

Kroes, Neelie. “Culture and Open Data: How Can Museums Get the Best From Their Digital Assets?” Uncommon Culture 2.1 (2011): 5-7. Print. Available at:

Maron, Nancy, and Matthew Loy. Funding for Sustainability : How Funders’ Practices Influence the Future of Digital Resources. [New York]: Ithaka S+R, 2011. WorldCat. Web. n.d. Available at:

Maron, Nancy L., and Matthew Loy. Revenue, Recession, Reliance: Revisiting the Sca/Ithaka S+R Case Studies in Sustainability. October, 2011. Print. Available at:

Moortgat, Judith. “Taking Pictures to the Public.” Taking Pictures to the Public. Evaluatieverslag Nationaal Archief & Spaarnestad Photo op Flickr the Commons. June 8, 2009. Print. Available at:

“Nederlands Fotomuseum En HEMA Gaan Samenwerken.” Website Nederlands Fotomuseum. Web. Available at:,nl/.

“Open Data: An Engine for Innovation, Growth and Transparent Governance .” Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. . Print. Available at:

Springer, Michelle, Beth Dulabahn, Phil Michel, Barbara Natanson, David Reser, David Woordward, and Helena Zinkham. For the Common Good: The Library of Congress Flickr Pilot Project. October 30, 2008. Print. Available at:

Steuer, Eric. The power of Open (2011). Available at:

Understanding Copyright and Related Rights. Print. Available at:

Vaughan, Jason. “Insights Into the Commons on Flickr.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 10.2 (2010): 185-214. WorldCat. Web. n.d. Available at:

Verwayen, Harry, Martijn Arnoldus, and Peter B. Kaufman. The Problem of the Yellow Milkmaid. A Business Model Perspective on Open Metadata. November, 2011. 1–25. Print. Europeana Whitepaper No. 2. Available at:

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