Πρόγραμμα eContentplus 2005-2008 Ενημερωτική ημερίδα Αθήνα, 27 Ιουλίου 2006 Πρόσκληση 2006 Σπύρος Πηλός.

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  • eContentplus 2005-2008 , 27 2006 2006
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  • eContentplus 2006 2 eContentplus objectives Overall aim to make digital content in Europe more accessible, usable and exploitable, facilitating the creation and diffusion of information, in areas of public interest, at Community level. Enabling role Help content stakeholders (providers and users) realise the full potential of digital content by creating better conditions for accessing, using, reusing and exploiting digital material in areas with a public interest, which would not develop or would develop at a slower pace if left to the market... based on which it will be possible to build added-value products and services across Europe
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  • eContentplus 2006 3 What is not funded Digitisation or creation of content Translation of content Creation of services Research and development of new technologies
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  • eContentplus 2006 4 What is funded Projects that: aim at improving the searchability and usability of existing digital content in order to create the conditions for the emergence of European content-based services, use existing state-of-the-art technical solutions, are geared towards innovation in organisation and in deployment (as opposed to purely technological innovation),
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  • eContentplus 2006 5 eContentplus 2005-2008 Budget Call 2007 Call 2005Call 2006 Call 2008 45 M 20052006200720082009 28 M27 M49 M 149 Million euros
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  • eContentplus 2006 6 Call 2005 Proposals received and recommended for funding ReceivedRec. for funding Geographic information 343 Educational content 654 Cultural and scientific/scholarly content 13611 Reinforcing cooperation between digital content stakeholders 31 TOTAL 23819
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  • eContentplus 2006 7 2005 133 /2089 , 93 20 /240 13 /249 , 1 /19
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  • eContentplus 2006 Work Programme Project Types Common Requirements Open Actions
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  • eContentplus 2006 9 Target areas and project types for 2006 Target area Geographic information Educational content Digital Libraries Project type Targeted Projects Thematic Network* plus one Thematic Network in the area of reinforcing cooperation between digital content stakeholders * one TN for each target area
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  • eContentplus 2006 10 Project types in 2006 Targeted Projects address specific barriers that prevent or limit access to and the use of digital content at any stage of the chain production, exposure, discovery, acquisition and use. Key objective: improve interoperability and usability of existing content. Thematic Networks bring together relevant stakeholders, expertise and facilities for awareness raising and exchange of information. Key objectives: identification of best practices and achieving consensus on methods and standards.
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  • eContentplus 2006 11 NB: Major differences 2005 - 2006 No content enrichment projects this year Content providers must be part of the consortium Users should be involved, either as participants or stakeholders Educational content useful for formal education systems Target area cultural, scientific/scholarly content renamed digital libaries For digital libraries only content held by museums, libraries and archives will be considered this year Requirements tightened and focus narrowed with a view to obtaining fewer and better proposals
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  • eContentplus 2006 12 Structure of Work Programme Common requirements for proposals (TP and TN) Framework for each action organised in 3 parts: Objective Conditions Expected results
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  • eContentplus 2006 13 Common requirements for TP - 1 For the consortium: Must include content providers. Should also include users - not necessarily as participants. For the European dimension: The issues should have a European interest. The ways to tackle them should impact on a large number of users and EU countries (especially new Member States).
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  • eContentplus 2006 14 Common requirements for TP 2 For the content: Quality, quantity and selection criteria of content (and of related metadata) to be contributed by each provider Consortium has to ensure availability of input content. Where IPR apply, put in place licensing or clearing arrangements for project results. For the expected impact: Analysis of demand (target users and needs) Demonstrate critical mass Results accessible beyond end of project Sustainability
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  • eContentplus 2006 15 Common requirements for TN Cover majority of EU Member States including at least 3 new Member States. Involve major relevant digital data stakeholders from the countries covered Be open and proactive in attracting new partners
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  • eContentplus 2006 16 Geographic information Targeted Projects What is it? Core spatial information, i.e. any data with a direct reference to a specific location or geographic area. (typical example: maps) Objective: aggregate core geographic information across borders guarantee its interoperability for seamless data integration To resolve problems relating to: Fragmentation and missing harmonisation between datasets and sources Diverse collection/preservation practices
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  • eContentplus 2006 17 Geographic information One Thematic Network Objective: Exchange of information and best practice between stakeholders on interoperability and on tagging digital geographic information with semantically well- defined metadata. Spread awareness among geographic information stakeholders of the benefits of meta-tagging. Coordinate steps to ensure organisational cohesion and the sustainability of relevant actions.
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  • eContentplus 2006 18 Educational content What is it? Digital content that can be used for learning Focus in 2006: face-to-face or distance learning in the formal education system, and especially in compulsory education, secondary general education and higher education Overall objective: Enhance access, use and exploitation of existing educational content and/or learning repositories across borders in different formal education contexts and in several languages
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  • eContentplus 2006 19 Issues to address: content interoperability trust and management adaptability of digital content distributed digital repositories or enabling infrastructure for related brokerage services Solutions . should integrate technical, pedagogical and organisational aspects to address problems at all stages of the chain creation, publication, discovery, acquisition, access, and use. Educational content Targeted Projects
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  • eContentplus 2006 20 Objective Identify specific problems and best practice for achieving the overall objective. Promote consensus building and coordination of stakeholders at the organisational level for the implementation and sustainability of the solutions identified including, for example: adoption of common reference models roadmaps for operational actions advice to policy-making bodies concerted actions to convey European needs to standardisation bodies for learning technologies. Educational content One Thematic Network
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  • eContentplus 2006 21 What is it? Digital Libraries is a flagship initiative under i2010 with the vision of making Europes cultural heritage accessible and available for use to its citizens over the Internet It includes three main strands: Digitisation Online accessibility Digital preservation eContentplus contributes to improving online accessibility Digital libraries and eContentplus
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  • eContentplus 2006 22 What is it? digital libraries are organised collections of digital content made available to the public cultural content is content held by cultural institutions (museums, libraries and archives) scientific/scholarly content is content published results of researchers work (e.g. articles, papers, conference proceedings) Objective Improve interoperability of European cultural and scientific/scholarly content (digital libraries) held by cultural institutions and enable multilingual access, in order to enhance its visibility as well as cross-border access, use and re-use. Digital libraries (cultural and scientific/scholarly content)
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  • eContentplus 2006 23 Specific conditions Address issues related to: to the standard-based interoperability between digital objects and collections and the interoperability of systems authorising use and/or to multilingual access to the underlying digital content (excluding however the translation of existing content) Digital libraries Targeted Projects
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  • eContentplus 2006 24 Objective Identify best practice in interoperability of digital European cultural content (including different types of content) coming from different types of cultural institutions. Achieve consensus on the use of common standards to facilitate searching the collections of the cultural institutions as part of the European Digital Library. Specific conditions Key stakeholders from the different cultural institutions. Proposals representative of the different types of institutions and able to ensure a wide take-up of the agreed standards. User needs should be taken into account. Digital libraries One Thematic Network
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  • eContentplus 2006 25 What is it? Public domain: content, that is not or no longer protected by intellectual property rights Related issues, e.g.: Creative commons (available for re-use for specific purposes) Open access (scientific/scholarly content) Orphan works (content, for which the status of IPR is not clear or for which the rightsholder(s) cannot be found) Technical protection measures vs. private copying Reinforcing cooperation Public Domain
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  • eContentplus 2006 26 Reinforcing cooperation One Thematic Network for Public Domain Objective Awareness among content stakeholders on the importance of issues relating to the usability and accessibility of public-domain digital content. Identify the issues and develop strategies for tackling them at European level. Specific conditions Experts from different backgrounds with an interest in the public domain, such as IPR experts, content owners (libraries and archives), representatives of the scientific community, end users and consumers. Participants represent the interests of actors from a sufficiently wide geographical area.
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  • eContentplus 2006 27 Indicative funding by project type Indicative total funding: 27 M In total 7 actions will be open in 2006 to fund 10 Targeted Projects and 4 Thematic Networks Project type Duration (in months) Number of Countries (impact) Funding (in Millions ) Targeted projects typically 18-24 (up to 36 m) 6-152-5 M Thematic Networks Up to 36 m13-250.4-1 M
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  • eContentplus Infoday Proposal preparation & submission
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  • eContentplus 2006 29 Proposal structure Part A Legal and administrative information about the proposal (A1) and the applicants (A2) Details of the funding requested (A3) Part B Description of the work (Template provided) Part C Financial capacity of the applicants (C forms)
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  • eContentplus 2006 30 Proposal submission Key points Deadline for receipt of proposals 19 October 2006 17:00 (Lux local time) All parts One original unbound paper version 5 bound copies CD-Rom with completed Excel files and Part B in pdf format
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  • eContentplus call 2006 Proposal evaluation
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  • eContentplus 2006 32 Evaluation of proposals by whom? Eligibility criteria Award criteria Selection criteria Commission Evaluation Committee Outside experts + +
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  • eContentplus 2006 33 Evaluation criteria Eligibility criteria Your proposal must be complete and arrive on time Award criteria Your proposals must contribute to the achievement of the eContentplus objectives Selection criteria You must have the means and financial/operational capacity to do what you propose to do Read them! They will help you prepare a good proposal
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  • eContentplus 2006 34 Award criteria Applied on basis of information supplied in proposal Each criterion marked from 1-10; mind weighting: maximum score 100 Criterion 1 >= 6/10, else exclusion from further evaluation Formal minimum of 60 points to be retained for co- funding; mind budget availability: 27.3 million euro
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  • eContentplus 2006 35 Programme Objectives Award Criteria Common Requirements Action Conditions Expected Results Objective
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  • eContentplus 2006 36 Award criteria list and weights For Targeted Projects 1. Relevance, impact and European dimension (35%) 2. Content and additional conditions (25%) 3. Quality of the technical part of the proposal (20%) 4. Resources and management (20%) For Thematic Networks 1. Relevance, impact and European dimension (40%) 2. Quality of the technical part of the proposal (20%) 3. Quality of the proposed network and management (40%)
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  • eContentplus 2006 37 Selection criteria Financial and operational capacity to carry out the project financial evaluation - co-financing adequate human resources Professional competencies and qualifications documented relevant experience (e.g. academic qualifications or previous projects) Proposals failing to pass the selection criteria cannot be retained for co-funding.
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  • eContentplus call 2006 Model Grant Agreement
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  • eContentplus 2006 39 eContentplus offer The Commission will offer a grant to the successful consortia to perform the work they proposed. All results/knowledge will be owned by the consortium.
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  • eContentplus 2006 40 Grant agreement structure Grant Agreement Defines beneficiaries, duration of the project, maximum EC contribution and special conditions Annex I Description of Work Negotiated part B of proposal Annex II General Conditions Governs relation between Commission and consortium (technical and financial collective responsibility, submission of deliverables, eligible costs) Annex III Accession Forms
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  • eContentplus 2006 41 Community Contribution Targeted Projects 50% of total eligible costs (direct and indirect) Indirect costs calculated as flat rate of up to 30% of personnel costs Thematic Networks 100% of direct costs for co-ordinating and implementing the network Funding of network members...

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