jeudi, 23 novembre 2017|
 

Free Coloring Books from World-Class Libraries & Museums

L’annonce de cette opération muséographique a sonné comme une grande victoire pour les adeptes de la libération des données iconographiques censées être dans le domaine public et accessibles après numérisation par une institution culturelle subventionnée dont c’est le cœur de métier.

L’Éducation nationale conforte ce type d’information sur cette page.

J’ai pris le temps de survoler les offres des différents établissements culturels pour vérifier ce qu’il en était, s’il s’agissait d’une opération publicitaire ou d’une offre véritable et de qualité, utilisable à l’école primaire.

Remarque : Je trouve que les images (NYLibrary) une fois téléchargées sur DD prennent beaucoup de temps à s’afficher pour une aussi faible définition ; je pense qu’il faudrait vérifier ce que chacune "embarque", mais je n’ai pas la compétence pour.

"openculture" est un relais d’information, agrégeant des données extérieures (et, dans la foulée, collecteur de données sur les téléchargeurs, infos ci-après). Il faut "aller voir" sur chacun des sites référencés. Les critères de sélection ne sont pas clairement identifiés.

J’ai téléchargé 79 dessins utilisables, moins de la moitié par des enfants à mon avis, mais voici un aperçu général de ma sélection très subjective !!!

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