D4.5 - Digitisation on demand - a report on feasibility of a digitisation on demand service for natural history collections

  1. An Introduction To The Scope And Structure Of This Report
    1. Data Usage: New Users And New Uses Of Collections
    2. Building a DoD Network
    3. Collections Prioritisation And Business Models
    4. Case Study
  2. Feasibility Study On A “Digitise On Demand” (DoD) Service
    1. Introduction
    2. Demand And Loans Access To Specimens Pre‐Digitisation
    3. Current Status Of Digitisation Capacity In EU Institutes
    4. Existing Experience With A Digitisation On Demand Service
    5. Example Of Building A Digitisation On Demand System Within An Institute
  3. Building A Network For Digitisation On Demand (DoD)
    1. Identifying Barriers To Adopting A DoD Approach Across Participants
    2. Report On Market Validation
    3. Recommendation For A Technical Digitisation On Demand Infrastructure
    4. Plan For Deployment Of A European Networked Digitisation On Demand (DoD) Service 27
  4. Can We Assign Priorities For Digitisation Based On Crowdfunding?
    1. Report Background
    2. Introduction To Crowdfunding
    3. Crowdfunding Models And Platforms
    4. Relevant Examples Of Crowdfunded Museum Projects
    5. Review Of The Academic Literature
    6. Survey of SYNTHESYS Partners
    7. Recommendations For Crowdfunding As Part Of Digitisation On Demand
  5. A Case Study On Digitisation On Demand
    1. Introduction
    2. Subproject I: Fossil Brachiopods From Skåne, Sweden
    3. Subproject Ii: The Münchenberg Herbarium
    4. The Citizen Science Day (CSD)
    5. Impact, Dissemination And Outreach
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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith