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ARROW the stakeholder developed tool to facilitate the making available of cultural heritage ARROW Final Conference, Brussels, 4th December2013 ARROW Plus is a Best Practice Network selected under the ICT www.arrow-net.

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ARROW the stakeholder developed tool to facilitate the making available of cultural heritage
ARROW Final Conference, Brussels, 4th December2013
ARROW Plus is a Best Practice Network selected under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP)
All the background information about the ARROW system and the way it works are provided
Requirements and specificationsRequirements and specifications are  into a implementedReLIRE requirements are analysed customised ARROW Impact on ARROW system to serve system is analysed ReLIRE Requirements and technical specificationsDesign and Implementation
Customised ARROW system is extensively tested with real use cases
Requirements and specifications
ReLIRE needs to get results for at least 100,000 requests in a short time span ReLIRE workflow needs results from intermediate processes of the ARROW workflow Requirements for data elaboration are specific to the ReLIRE scope only: Matching needs to be fully automated and based on exact results only Only manifestations written in French must be considered Only manifestations published in France must be considered Translations need to be identified to be excluded from following processes at BNF The type of relation between clusters needs to be characterized Responses corresponding to requests about different manifestations of the same work need to be grouped are a mix of legacy and new dataBnF records thus with different cataloguing rules and richness that may affect matching and clustering
Beneficial to the ARROW system
Asynchronous processes ensure better performance as load of requests increases Matching and clustering preferences have been made configurable for all workflows Qualification of the relation between clusters and identification of cluster collection can be applied to all workflows ONIXRS standard message suite is being updated, including support for requirements originally expressed by ReLIRE Modifications to ARROW system and processes can be extended to other use cases having similar requirements ARROW system can be extended to support different types of use cases requiring different information: copyright status, out of commerce status, rightsholding information ARROW system can be extended to support multiple use cases for the same country
So this is ARROW in France, but where else in Europe can you find the ARROW system?
How does ARROW facilitate the making available of cultural heritage?
One search, multiple sources
ARROW aggregates the best available rights information on a work by connecting a network of data sources
The user has a collection of books and queries ARROW to be supported in identifying their rightholders andrights status
For each request ARROW delivers a response and supporting information based on the data aggregated
ARROW for the cultural heritage…
ARROW is an effective tool to support: digitisation programmes, including digitisations projects in thelarge scale framework of collective licensing agreements on Out of Commerce works as demonstrated by the use of ARROW system in France for the ReLIRE use case smaller scale digitisation by any library or other organisations wishing to digitise a collection of books programmes as demonstrated by the use of the ARROW system in the UK, for a digitisation project of the Wellcome Trust library and by British Library in the framework of Europeana Collection 1914-1918 initiative a diligent search, according to the principles of the Orphan Works directive as it has been listed among the appropriate sources to be consulted in conjunction with a diligent search process for rightholders of published works
…and beyond
ARROW Rights Information Infrastructure can be exploited to support: decision making in digitisation and republication initiatives rights status of set of books and helps classify them inas it provides a snapshot of the categories that can be managed differently, according to time and resource planning organisation of collections and catalogues based on the aggregation of clusters of similar books as it provides relations between manifestations of the same intellectual work and relations between similar works, thus supporting applications for better search and discovery as it provides necessary information to trigger ISTC registration public domain calculation as it provides a mechanism to infer whether a work is protected by copyright or in public domain according to the harmonised EC Copyright Directive
t have we achieved so far?
As result of the work done under the ARROW projects: A system flexible enough to support different use cases and requirements 16 countries in Europe are connected to the Arrow system countries have been able to implement a new Books in Print registry and7 improve the existing book infrastructure A module for being connected to ARROW has become a built-in feature of WISE, the IFRRO standard software for RRO A standard message suite for Rights Information Services, ONIX RS
A feasibility study for an ARROW-inspired project for still images An ARROW-inspired project for audiovisuals, FORWARD
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