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Library data B3Kat 11 GB zip CC-0 B3Kat is the joint linked open data service of the Bavarian State Library, Bavarian Library Network and the Cooperative Library Network Berlin-Brandenburg. It contains descriptions of over 23 million media from 180 academic libraries in Bavaria, Berlin and Brandenburg.
Library data British National Library 1,87 GB zip CC-0 The British National Bibliography lists works published in Great Britain and the Republic of Irland since 1950. It currently has 28 million entries of monographs. The British National Bibliography is published under CCO. The British Library has also published a document supporting open data licensing. It also includes non-binding, practical recommendations for its socially acceptable use.
Library data German National Library - Title data 4,92 GB zip CC-0 The title data of the DNB comprise approx. 10 million entries from the German Bibliography excluding the title data entered in 2013.
Library data German National Library - Authority data 3,44 GB zip CC-0 The GND (joint authority file) contains data sets of names, corporate bodies, congresses, geographic details, subject headings and titles of works. The GND is an authority file of names, corporate bodies, events, geographic details, subjects and works. The GND data sets contain descriptive metadata, name variations and relations to other entities in order to identify them clearly and make them available for retrieval.

The GND is used in libraries to index and standardize search entries for bibliographic resources and other resources. It is also increasingly used by other cultural institutions such as archives and museums, and by publishers and various Web applications. This creates a network of related entities and resources.

The GND is administered cooperatively by the German National Library (DNB), all library associations in the German-speaking territory, the German Journal Database (ZDB) and numerous other institutions and held by the DNB. The data set comprises the whole GND with approx. 10 million data sets, although only parts of the data set can be selected and used.

Library data Hbz catalog 4,23 GB zip CC-0 The catalog of North Rhine-Westphalia Online Utility and Library Service Centre (hbz) has more than 155 million bibliographic entries from university libraries in North-Rhine Westphalia. The hbz was one of the first library associations in the German-speaking region to make their catalog data available under free license. Their consistent approach in favor of opening up metadata has prompted many other library associations to follow their example.
Library data HeBIS, the Hessian library information system 1,15 GB zip CC-0 17 million title data sets from university library collections in Hesse.
Library data OCLC WorldCat extract 860,26 MB gz ODC-BY 1.2 million data sets from the OCLC WorldCat with bibliographical data of the most widespread works. WorldCat is a joint catalog of libraries from around the world.
Library data Virtual International Authority File tar 7,92 GB ODC-BY VIAF is operated by the library consortium OCLC, the content is developed by the participating national libraries.
Census of the Open Knowledge Foundation Election results 7,88 MB zip PD Results of the Bundestag elections in September 2013 for each electoral district in machine-readable form.
Census of the Open Knowledge Foundation Emissions 12,14 MB zip GeoNutzV Data from the Pollutant Release and Transfer Register for Germany.
Census of the Open Knowledge Foundation German federal budget 936,00 kB xis PD German federal budget for 2013 in a table with individual budget items.
Census of the Open Knowledge Foundation German federal law 347,66 MB zip PD Collection of all German federal legislation and regulations as of March 2014 in XML format.
Geodata Orthophotos Bavaria 53,73 GB tar CC-BY 3.0 Deutschland This data set contains all DOPC-200 tiles of the Bavarian state as a TIFF file.
Geodata OpenStreetMap 32,6 GB bz2 CC-BY-SA 2.0 Complete version of the data of OpenStreetMap (OSM). OpenStreetMap is a project to create a map of the whole planet together under free license.
Geodata Orthophotos Hamburg 878,51 MB zip CC-0 Foliage-free digital orthophotos (DOP40) generated from aerial photograph data from the spring photo flight 2013.
Geodata Digital landscape model of Germany 1:250.000 1,29 GB tar GeoNutzV Digital landscape models describe the topographical objects of the landscape and Earth's surface relief in a vector format. The objects are classified into categories and defined according to their spatial location, geometric type, descriptive attributes and relations to other objects. This landscape model on a scale of 1:250.000 covers the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Cultural data Address book entries from the Jewish Address Book of Greater Berlin 1931 5,7 MB csv CC-BY-SA 3.0 72,231 detailed address book entries
Cultural data Data from the Nazi Loot Project 1,09 MB csv CC-BY-SA 3.0 Information on Nazi-looted books.
Cultural data Digital library 2,65 GB tar CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland Collection of 1267 texts from 10 subject areas.
Cultural data Insect boxes 3,35 GB tar CC-BY-SA 4.0 Gigapixel scans of insect boxes.
Cultural data Nazi banned book list 3,04 MB json CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland List of 6,000 works banned by the Third Reich.
E-books What Will Remain? The Sustainability of Culture in the Digital Era (german) 3,47 MB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 What will remain of the produce of cultural, academic and scientific work stored on digital media five, 20 or 100 years from now? Experts explore the different aspects of sustainability and digital long-term storage from different perspectives. Despite their differences, they all agree on one thing, that action needs to be taken now to create the basis for a sustainable storage of our cultural heritage in the digital era.
E-books All About Wikipedia (german) ("Alles über Wikipedia") PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Individual articles by Wikipedia veterans and especially active Wikipedia authors who are also known outside of the Wikipedia community for their work and dedication to the project. This section also includes short stories and opinions written by other contributors, illustrating the impressive diversity of the online encyclopedia. It also includes critical comments by journalists and academics to ensure a balanced external view of Wikipedia.
E-books Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Content and Copyright Law (german) 476,2 KB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland Open educational resources can already be used on the basis of current copyright law. No new legislation is necessary here. This is the conclusion of the study "Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Content und Urheberrecht" (Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Content and Copyright Law"). Till Kreutzer of iRights.Law was commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research to write this study.
E-books OER for All! (german) ("OER für alle") 198,6 KB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland Open Educational Resources (OER) has enormous potential for schools and universities. The OER created by teachers and students can be modified, combined, (in any other context), reused and redistributed. The e-book "OER für alle! – Positionen zu Offenen Bildungsmaterialien” (OER for All! - Positions on Open Educational Resources) is the first collection of selected articles on the topic by werkstatt.bpb.de and pb21.
E-books Monitored Networks – Edward Snowden and the Biggest Surveillance Scandal of All Time (german) ("Das überwachte Netz") 2,5 MB/695,4 KB PDF/EPUB CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland With this volume of articles on the NSA surveillance scandal, we want to continue the discourse on the developments and leaks from different perspectives and angles on a national and international level. We want to analyze exactly what is happening and, above all, what we should learn from it and how can we regain the control of the Internet and our privacy that we have lost on account of the intelligence services and the all-encompassing surveillance of our digital communication.
E-books Open Educational Resources in Practice (german) 1,62 MB PDF CC-BY 3.0 Deutschland The brochure "Offene Bildungsressourcen (OER) in der Praxis" (Open Educational Resources in Practice) is a guide on OER for multipliers in formal and non-formal education. The brochure addresses the theoretical and legal issues related to open educational resources. It focuses on the current developments in OER and practical applications of OER: practitioners, some from schools and universities, report on their work with open educational resources giving readers practical examples from education and tips on how to use and create OER in their own work.
E-books The Official Ubuntu Book 10,6 MB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Written by expert, leading Ubuntu community members, this book covers all you need to know to make the most of Ubuntu 9.04, whether you’re a home user, small business user, server administrator, or programmer. The authors cover Ubuntu 9.04 from start to finish: installation, configuration, desktop productivity, games, management, support, and much more. Among the many topics covered in this edition: Edubuntu, Kubuntu, and Ubuntu Server.
E-books Open Advice - FOSS: What We Wish We Had Known When We Started 2,36 MB/412,3 KB PDF/EPUB CC-BY-SA 3.0 Open Advice is a knowledge collection from a wide variety of Free Software projects. It answers the question to what 42 prominent contributors would have liked to know when they started. This way you can get a head-start no matter how and where you contribute.
E-books Free Software: Between Private and Public Property (German) ("Freie Software: Zwischen Privat- und Gemeineigentum") 1,5 MB PDF CC-BY-SA 2.0 Free software is one of the most astounding knowledge phenomena of our time. The programs are not only useful, they also put a new perspective on the history of the Internet and software, on intellectual property, and on the infrastructure of knowledge and the transfer of knowledge through education. In brief, it's about how we deal with knowledge and each other. The success of free software gives grounds to be optimistic about just how much we can achieve through computer-networked collective intelligence.
E-books Freedom at the Local Level: A Guide to Local Net Politics (german) 2,1 MB PDF CC-BY-SA 2.0 Österreich Four years after the publication of Freie Netze. Freies Wissen. (Free Networks / Free Knowledge), "Freiheit vor Ort: Handbuch kommunale Netzpolitik" (Local Freedom: A Guide on Community Net Politics, published in 2011 Open Source Press) updates and attempts to generalize these experiences. The book is (much) more than just a new edition, it is a remix of Free Networks / Free Knowledge aimed at triggering the general debate on digital freedom at a local level: In this edition, five of the original chapters have been updated, some completely reworked and three completely new chapters added on the public realm in the Internet, the Web as a field of competence and research, and open government data, plus eleven new interviews. It also has concrete project proposals for implementation at a local level.
E-Books Commons: A World Beyond Market & State (german) ("Für eine neue Politik jenseits von Markt und Staat") 4,3 MB PDF CC-BY 3.0 The commons are currently experiencing a renaissance on account of the current climate, financial and food crisis. That is the conclusion of this 500-page collection of articles The Wealth of the Commons - A World Beyond Market & State edited by the commons expert Silke Helfrich and the Heinrich Böll Foundation. It includes articles by 90 authors from around 30 countries presenting a modern concept of the commons that questions the validity of the traditional basic assumptions of economic and goods theory and points towards a new approach. Commons are now more important than ever before. They are not based on the theory of scarcity, but on abundance. They are productive but are not focused on producing for the market. They exist for people, are created by people and solve concrete problems.
E-Books ACCOMPLICES. How can hackers and journalists, pirates and capitalists, amateurs and professionals work together? (german) ("KOMPLIZEN. Wie können Hacker und Journalisten, Piraten und Kapitalisten, Amateure und Profis zusammenarbeiten?") 2,8 MB EPUB CC-BY 4.0 Hackers and journalists, pirates and capitalists, amateurs and professionals are preparing for a new era of collaboration. This collaboration is still marked by conflicts, and a lack of common values and generally agreed practices. Despite this, or perhaps because of this, all these parties are becoming accomplices. The great hope of cross-border alliances is unleashing new momentum. What is driving this phase of exploration? Which larger-scale problems can we tackle once former opponents settle their quarrels and start working together? What solutions become possible once you change perspectives? ACCOMPLICES charts the territory of emerging cultures of collaboration. Edited by Magdalena Taube and Krystian Woznicki, this volume is a collection of over 25 articles by international experts including essays, reports and bibliographical profiles that show the possible directions that cultural and knowledge production could take when viewed complicitly.
Street maps Berlin, Neukölln 18,47 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Neukölln, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Kreuzberg 5,7 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Kreuzberg, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf 5,1 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Friedenau 2,7 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Friedenau, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Steglitz 5,3 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Steglitz, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Moabit 8,5 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Moabit, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Tiergarten 5,1 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Tiergarten, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Wittenau 2,1 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Wittenau, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Friedrichshain 5,63 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Friedrichshain, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Mitte 8,1 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Mitte, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg 6,44 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Spandau 19,76 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Spandau, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Wedding 3,5 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Wedding, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Hellersdorf-Marzahn 3,3 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Hellersdorf-Marzahn, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Pankow-Weißensee 4 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Pankow-Weißensee, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Treptow-Köpenick 42 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Treptow-Köpenick, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Lichtenberg 19,9 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Lichtenberg, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Tempelhof-Schöneberg 23,3 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Tempelhof-Schöneberg, Berlin.
Street maps Berlin, Zehlendorf 2,5 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Zehlendorf, Berlin.
Street maps Hamburg, Innercity 9,1 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 An over view of Hamburg.
Street maps Hamburg, Wandsbek 2,5 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 A map of Hamburg-Wandsbek.
Street maps Hamburg, Altona 25,7 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of the Altona district in Hamburg.
Street maps Munich, city center 13,1 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 Here is an extract of a map of Munich.
Street maps Cologne, city center 1 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 A street map of Cologne city center.
Street maps Frankfurt am Main, Innenstadt 2,2 MB PDF CC BY SA 2.0 This is a map of Frankfurt am Main.
Informational material Free Knowledge Thanks to Creative Commons Licenses: Why a Non-Commercial Clause Often Won't Serve Your Needs (englisch) 587 KB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland The public licenses developed by Creative Commons (CC) are tools which make creative works available for free use under certain conditions. As rights holders have different needs and motives, CC offers six different license variants. This brochure wants to offer information on consequences, risks and side-effects of the restrictive CC license variants that don‘t allow commercial use.
Informational material Free Knowledge Thanks to Creative Commons Licenses: The Consequences, Risks and Side-Effects of the Non-Commercial Clause (german) 369 KB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 The public licenses developed by Creative Commons (CC) are tools which make creative works available for free use under certain conditions. As rights holders have different needs and motives CC offers six different license variants. Some of the most popular license variants include the condition that the licensed works must not be used commercially. This has far-reaching and often unintended consequences for the dissemination of the respective works and sometimes even entirely thwarts what the licensor wants to achieve by choosing a CC license. This brochure provides information on consequences risks and side-effects of the restrictive CC license variants that don't allow commercial use.
Informational material Free licenses (german) 4122 KB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 What are free licenses and how are they connected to Wikipedia? This introduction presents the basic principles of free licensing.
Informational material Six Licenses for Sharing Your Work (englisch) 44 KB PDF CC-0 Simple, quick introduction to Creative Commons licenses.
Informational material Guide to Using Public Domain Tools (englisch) 69 KB PDF CC-0 Simple, quick introduction to Creative Commons’ public domain tools.
OER Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Content and Copyright Law (German) 460 KB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland Open educational resources can already be used on the basis of current copyright law. No new legislation is necessary here. This is the conclusion of the study "Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Content und Urheberrecht" (Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Content and Copyright Law"). Till Kreutzer of iRights.Law was commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research to write this study.
OER Learning in the Digital Era – Open, Networked, Integrated (german) ("Lernen in der digitalen Gesellschaft – offen, vernetzt, integrativ") 2,59 MB PDF CC-BY 3.0 Deutschland The final report of the initiative ""Lernen in der digitalen Gesellschaft – offen, vernetzt, integrativ"" (Learning in the Digital Era - Open, Networked, Integrated) is a summary of the experiences and results of this four-month period. It is the most diverse and high-level analysis of the topic of learning in the digital era to date."
OER Open Educational Resources (OER) - Action areas, actors, options for development in an international perspective (german) 1,84 MB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland A study by the German Institute for International Educational Research summarizing the current debate on open educational resources in Germany. It also portrays the situation in a range of other countries including Poland, the US and the Netherlands.
OER Wikipedia – Shaping Knowledge Together (german) ("Wikipedia Gemeinsam Wissen Gestalten") 5,43 MB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 This educational material provides an insight behind the scenes at Wikipedia and is designed to make students information literate, critical of sources and aware of the joy of working collaboratively in the knowledge community.
OER Open Educational Resources in Practice (german) 1,62 MB PDF CC-BY 3.0 Deutschland The brochure "Offene Bildungsressourcen (OER) in der Praxis" (Open Educational Resources in Practice) is a guide on OER for multipliers in formal and non-formal education. The brochure addresses the theoretical and legal issues related to open educational resources. It focuses on the current developments in OER and practical applications of OER: practitioners, some from schools and universities, report on their work with open educational resources giving readers practical examples from education and tips on how to use and create OER in their own work.
OER Open Educational Resources (OER) for schools in Germany (german) (2012) 1,46 MB PDF CC-BY 3.0 Deutschland This white paper examines basic issues such as the various definitions and interpretations of OER and provides an overview of the players, positions and interests. It also presents the current terms and conditions of copyright, the relevance of editable educational resources for schools and an overview of possible business models for OER.
OER Metadata for Open Educational Resources (OER). A guide for the public sector, published by the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) ("Metadaten für Open Educational Resources (OER). Eine Handreichung für die öffentliche Hand, erstellt von der Technischen Informationsbibliothek (TIB)") 520 KB PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland The increasing popularity of social media and Internet-based teaching is making e-learning content ever more important. Open Educational Resources (OER) form part of the basis of e-learning and Internet-based teaching. OER are digital learning and teaching material that are freely accessible to teachers and students and that may also be freely redistributed. Metadata of OER are needed in order to make them widely available and enable these resources to be shared, located and procured, in particular via search engines.
OER OER for All! (german) ("OER für alle!") PDF CC-BY-SA 3.0 Deutschland Open Educational Resources (OER) has enormous potential for schools and universities. The OER created by teachers and students can be modified, combined, (in any other context), reused and redistributed. The e-book "OER für alle! – Positionen zu Offenen Bildungsmaterialien” (OER for All! - Positions on Open Educational Resources) is the first collection of selected articles on the topic by werkstatt.bpb.de and pb21.
Music Blues/jazz/ambient 192,6 MB zip diverse 30 international, atmospheric and inspiring tracks from the following genres: blues, (smooth) jazz, drum and ambient. Artists featured include Alexandr Filippov, Lobo Loco, Hobotwang, Funk Off and many more. The Data Filling Station's recommendation: "The Outer Banks of Love" by Bruce H. McCosar.
Music Country/folk 160,6 MB zip diverse 35 energetic folk and country tracks from all over the world! Featuring artists including Jeff Wyatt, Joe Farren and the bands DuoDegradabili and Ground that are guaranteed to turn you into a country fan. Data Filling Station recommendation: Kelly Allyn "Whiskey Can".
Music German-language music 141,5 MB zip diverse This package features a variety of genres with 28 German-language tracks from punk, to rock, to synthpop. The Data Filling Station's recommendation: Parkplatzblick.
Music Electronic 476,6 MB zip diverse A music package with 44 tracks with both soft and harder beats ranging from minimal to house to chill-out. Artists featured include Kraftfuttermischwerk, Adibudi, Theo Dege and Terepin. The Data Filling Station's recommendation: Tradmark "Edmonton 3".
Music Classical/instrumental 323 MB zip diverse This package is simply beautiful to listen to! Classical music with Kendra Springer Logozar, Nathan Shirley, Stefano Giardiniere and many more, as well as instrumental tracks by artists including Alexander Blu and Andrea Barone. Also part of the package is a 40-minute sound installation by The Rubicon Delta. The Data Filling Station's recommendation: Torley on the piano with "Beautiful things" and Butterfly Tea's "Cavern of time".
Music Pop 248,3 MB zip diverse This package includes a diverse range of fabulous pop songs from all over the world. The 44 tracks feature the artists Hiroumi, Jonathan Dimmel, Lily Wolf and many, many more. The Data Filling Station's recommendation: Millionaire Blonde "Andrea Si Sposa".
Music Reggae 168,9 MB zip diverse This package has 33 chilled songs by artists including Trespassers Welcome, Full Faya Orchestra and diatty boy. The Data Filling Station's recommendation: Don Valdes "Let Reggae Music Free".
Music Rock/punk 531,8 MB zip diverse This package has everything you could wish for with 105 rock, metal and punk tracks. Artists featured include Abrids, Hipospadia, Juice Big City, Predator and many, many more. The Data Filling Station's recommendation: The Liquid Kitchen "Serial Killer".