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					   Zagreb Student Team
  IP LibCMASS Sofia 2011
 Contract № 2011-ERA-IP-7

Sofia, 04.-17. September, 2011.
 Lund principles
 Lund action plan
 Charter of Parma
 Minerva network
 eContentplus
 Strategy "Information and communication
  technology - Croatia in the 21st century“
 Croatia in the 21st century : cultural development
  strategy
 e-Hrvatska Program
 National digitization program of archival,
  library and museum material
 Act on libraries / Zakon o knjižnicama (NN 105/97)
 Act on museums / Zakon o muzejima (NN 142/98)
 Act on archival collections and archives / Zakon o
  arhivskom gradivu i arhivima (NN 105/97)
 Act on electronic signature / Zakon o elektroničkom
  potpisu (NN 10/02)
 Electronic commerce act / Zakon o elektroničkoj trgovini
  (NN 173/03)
 Act on electronic document / Zakon o elektroničkoj ispravi
  (NN 150/05)
 Act on copyright and other related rights / Zakon o
  autorskom i srodnim pravima (NN 167/03)
 Act on personal data protection / Zakon o zaštiti osobnih
  podataka (NN 103/03)
 Act on information access / Zakon o pravu na pristup
  informacijama (NN 172/03)
 A project by Ministry of Culture based on the initiative
  of Croatian library council, National and university
  library in Zagreb, Croatian archival council and
  Croatian museum council.
 29.VI.2005. – memebers of Work group for digitization
  of archival, library and museum materials were
  elected.
 5. IX. 2006. – first version of National program text.
 Protection of the original
 Greater availability and options for using the material
 Creating new offers and services to end-users
 To fill-in the missing items in the existing collection
 Goal and amplitude of the project
 Selection and properties of the original.
 Constraints of the reproduction technology.
 Editing of the digital collection.
 Possibilities and constraints of the technology for the
  access and digital collections management.
 Every institution wishes to to digitize or in any other
  way gain access to its digital collections should
  consider and adopt digitization policy.
 All digitization projects should have defined project
  goals and products, plan of activites, resposnibilities,
  resources and evaluation criteria.
 Material for digitization has to be carefully elected and
  prepared for the digitization. The preparation includes
  metadata preparation as well.
 Whenever possible,
  standardized norms and
  procedures should be
  defined and applied.
 Digitization program has
  to consider and offer
  answers to questions
  concerning longterm
  keeping and digital
  collections management.
 Good digitization
  program keeps the
  copyright protection at
  the highest level.
 Main Croatian digitization project in the field of
    cultural heritage.
   Project holder is the Ministry of cultre.
   Project partners are National and university library in
    Zagreb, Museum documentation center and Croatian
    national archive.
   Started in 2007., planned to last for 3 years.
   Program is now in second phase.
   Languages offered : Croatian and Englsih.
 249 collections
 26 museums
 12 public libraries
 11 state archives
 3 bodies of state governance
 2 academic libraries
 1 theatre
 1 cultural organization
 Section “Contribution invitation” offers list of
  documents and standards which can help the
  institutions who would like to participate in the
  program.
 Applications for the projcects are opened in July, a year
  in advance.
 To represent Croatian cultural heritage and to create
    new ways of material usage.
   Browsing, searching and access to digital collections.
   To support National project of digitization.
   Dissemination of information, professional content
    and experiences.
   To motivate the cooperation among the cultural
    institutions.
 Digitization leads to creation of recognizable and relevant
    content and “cultural space” in the electronic surrounding.
   Services based on this contetnt are easily available to every
    interested person.
   Created content is shaped and edited according to
    international standards which support interoperability.
   Digital collections can be used in used in development of
    educational, touristical and other related content.
   It provides a possibility to digitize for the institutions with
    the lower budget.
 W3C valid XHTML/CSS – compatibility to all internet
    browsers.
   RSS (XML) for news and collections.
   JPEG and PNG for picture material.
   MPEG-4 video format
   HKB data model offers standardized meta description
    of all data available on the portal as well as XML
    upgrade for future integration to Europeana.
 Optimized mobile access.
 Index web search trough Croatian library and museum
  web pages. (“cultural Google”)
 Educational content.
 Additional languages.
 Integration in Europeana portal. (The materail which
  is not available via HKB will not be available via
  Europeana!)
 The beginnings of digitization in the Library in 1995,
  CD-ROM "Croatica" (a selection of two hundred
  digitized drawings from the Print Collection Fund
  created in the 19th and 20th century.
 Digitized Heritage is an online site which was founded
  in 2005
 The library started with digitization in 2001 (a pilot
  project of digitization of material in Library).
 Access to material that represents a valuable and
    unique examples of cultural, historical and scientific
    heritage.
   Increasing an access to material
    and use by libraries.
    Protecting a valuable originals.
   Allow easier use of commonly used materials.
   Education and researches, scietific projects.
   Connecting different types of formats and different
    types of electronic material in multimedia collection.
 Allow individual projects or requests for digitizing
  whose costs are payed by clients whether they are
  individuals, institutions or companies.
• As a separate department of the Royal University
  Library was founded in 1894
• The richest fund of old Croatian manuscripts and
  books in our country, with many rare manuscripts and
  old books belonging to the cultures of other nations.
• The collection of manuscripts and ancient books
  contains a series of manuscript legacy, correspondence
  with some 100,000 letters and manuscripts of
  individual signatures 3670
 Manuscripts: Vinodolski zakon
                Vrbnički statut
                 Istarski razvod
 Old books: Misal po zakonu rimskog dvora (first
  printed Croatian book, 1483)
             Djela Marka Marulića
             Djela Fausta Vrančića
 Access to Hand Press Book Database and
 Eighteencentury Short Title Catalogue – ESTC.
 It was established in 1919
 Drawings, prints, graphic maps, and other non-book
  material.
 Material can be used for exhibitions.
 Valuable collection of an old postcards from the end of
  the 19th century.
• Croatia: woodcut of Battle in Sisak, Graphics by
  Andrew Medulić Schavone, drawings and prints by
  Miroslav Kraljevic, Josip Racic, Milan Steiner, Ljubo
  Babić, Tomislav Krizman, Menci Clement Crnčić,
  Krste Hegedušića , Vladimir Zajc
• foreign artists: valuable works of Harmensz
  Rembrandt van Rijn, Toulouse-Lautrec , George Grosz,
  Max Pechstein, Gustav Klimt
• Founded in 1945, as a separate unit of the Library.
• It was created by selecting from its funds, collected
  from the deposit copies, from gifts and legacies of
  prominent individuals and gifts of many institutions.
• Review maps, thematic maps, topographic maps of all
  scales, plans and charts, old maps, manuscript maps,
  astronomical charts and all kinds of atlases.
 old atlases: several editions of Ortelius, Mercator, Hondus more
  Blaeuovih edition (Atlas Major, 8 vol), atlases Jaillota, Marsiglia,
  Homann, Lotter, Seuttera, Isolario Bordone, Coronellia, 2 ed
  Geographiae C. Ptolemaeusa , an extremely valuable manuscript
  maritime atlas of the Adriatic CF Beautemps-Beauprea (1806) ...
  Maps of significant worth mentioning: Fries, V. Tabula Europae,
  1522; Coppo, Tabula Histriae, 1575; Hirshvogel, Schlavoniae,
  Croatiae ... 1573; Stier, Koenigreichs Ungarn, 1684, more than 10
  maps of continental Dalmatia and Croatian VM Coronelli,
  Mueller, Hungariae Regni, 1709; maps of Dalmatia and Istria A.
  Zatte; Lipszky, Hungariae, Croatiae ... 1806; Site Dioecesis
  Zagrebiensis, 1825; plans for the city of Zagreb and other
  Croatian cities from the nineteenth. century and so are also
  unavoidable manuscript maps, of which especially the collection
  of drawings and plans of Osijek and the Osijek Fortress
 Core of the collection was founded in 1945, as the
  separation of musical material from the text library
  holdings.
 Since 1964 it collects vinyl records and cassettes, and
  since 1989 the compact discs and music DVDs.
 The whole material is available only for members of
  the Library.
 Works of manuscripts and musical heritage of
 Croatian composers of which emphasize the work of
 Lisinski, Blagoje Bersa, Ivan Zajc, Ferdi Livadića, John
 Padovca, Bozidar Širole, James Gotovca, Fran Lhotka,
 John Brkanović, Branimir Sakač, Anthony Dobronića,
 Stanislava and other.
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