Two workshop were organised: a monthly open workshop in Amersfoort and a workshop for 9 employees of the public library in Amsterdam (OBA). The workshop in Amersfoort attracted people that specifically came to the library for the workshop and the director of the archive (the archive is located in the same building).
On Saturday June 14th an Edit-a-thon was organized at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. About 30 people showed up to write about Dutch music from the first half of the twentieth century. There were 15 first-time editors present. About twenty articles were written (see the course page for all the contributions of the day). Photos of the day.
§The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision: 500+ videos of birds
The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision has just finished uploading over 500 video's of bird filmed in The Netherlands by a professional film producer. This is a donation made possible by the Foundation for Nature Footage (Stichting Natuurbeelden) and the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. The collection contains beautiful and unique footage of different bird species, in a variety of landscapes displaying different types of behavior. The entire collection can be found in the category Stichting Natuurbeelden on Open Images. Even though the meta-data is in Dutch, the Latin bird-names are contained in the meta-data as well, which should make it possible to still find these videos for use on international chapters.
§Japanese art collection Rijksmuseum: 2,228 photos of objects