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  1. OpenUp! mobilised data overview / Benefits and possibilities for content providers Mgr. Jiří Frank National Museum Prague, Czech Republic

  2. Botanical collections FreieUniversität Berlin, Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem (FUB-BGBM) - high resolution images from 221 countries of its herbarium holdings - including almost complete C.L. Willdenow collection with many types - including specimens collected by important collectors as F.W.H.A. von Humboldt Institute of Botany of Slovak Academy of Sciences (IBSAS) - type specimens come from the FrantišekNábělek’sIterTurcico-Persicum 1909-1910 collection Národní museum/National museum Prague (NM) - herbarium specimens from large botanical collection founded in 1818 and includes material from mid-18th century through the present Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) - images/photographs of the living collection

  3. Botanical collections Royal Botanic Gardens Kew (RBGK) - great amount of herbarium specimens collected e.g. by Charles Darwin, Joseph Hooker or Nathaniel Wallich National Botanic Garden of Belgium (NBGB) - great collection of significant importance from the Congo Basin and South America

  4. Zoological collections Museum fürNaturkunde Berlin (MFN) - animal sound archive and large butterflies collection from the Global Butterfly Information System (GloBIS) - The Animal Sound Archive (German: Tierstimmenarchiv) is one of the oldest and largest collections of animal voices in the world Národní museum/National museum Prague (NM) - entomology collection including many types - vertebrate collection particularly focused in fishes - anthropology collection of pathological changes and oddities in skeletons which is part of four large collections University of Helsinki, Finish Museum of Natural History (UH) - large entomology collection from 19th century

  5. Zoological collections Land Oberösterreich – Oberösterreichische Landesmuseen/ Biologiezentrum (LANDOOE) - molluscs collection of Prof. Fritz Seidl University of Copenhagen, Natural History Museum of Denmark (UCPH) - micro-photos of the Kinorhynca (a group of marine worms) type collection at the Natural History Museum of Denmark Natural History Museum, University of Tartu (UT-NHM) - variable collection including also big mammals skeletons as mammoth

  6. Paleontological and mineralogical collections Národní museum/National museum Prague (NM) Natural History Museum London (NHM) Museum fürNaturkunde Berlin (MFN) Natural History Museum, University of Tartu (UT-NHM) Institute of Geology at Tallinn University of Technology (GIT)

  7. Content Providers benefits and possibilities Public Relation Technical aspects Taxonomy revisions/collections research, publications, requests for collections visits, scientific collaboration, scientific projects, networking... Mapping of the data by international standards ABCD (EFG) Possibility to provide the data on BioCASe or GeoCASe portals Unification of collections data in various formats Education Museum visitors Academics Teachers Scientists Researches BioCASeinstalation Broad public Checking the completeness and compliance of mapping with Europeana standards by BioCASe monitor tool Visibility of the content and institution on Europeana Support with the BioCASe installation Other institutions OpenUp! Support Collaboration on other projects based on the expertise or content Checking the data by the Data Quality Toolkit Support and documentation from the HelpDesk BioCASe, GeoCASe and GBIF portals Europeana Natural History Aggregator Biodiversity Library Exhibition Metadata enrichment by the common names and synonyms OpenUp! project dissemination activities and tools Conferences and events OIH-PHM protocoll increasing usability of the data in other platforms Promotion materials Newsletter Social media Access to the data The project core elements Target audience Direct outcomes Possibilities

  8. Thank you for your attention.