EuropeanaTech 2018 is a little over six weeks away. Joining the 300+ innovators and thought-leaders in tech in the cultural heritage sector are six keynote speakers from around the world. We are very excited to be introducing them, and their keynote presentations, over the next few weeks.
Earlier this month, we launched the Europeana Migration campaign with three collection days at the House of European History in Brussels. Here’s a glimpse at this special event, which will be followed by similar events throughout 2018 all over Europe.
The latest Europeana #edTech Challenge invited entrepreneurs, developers, designers and creative thinkers to submit their best ideas for using cultural heritage and digital technologies to foster innovative learning and teaching. We had allocated a prize fund of 30,000 EUR to support the further development of the projects with highest potential.
On 6 March, the Network Association's Members Council gathered in the National Library of The Netherlands in The Hague for their first 2018 meeting. It was very fruitful, full of fresh ideas and breakthroughs, and resulting in positive structural changes that will pave the way for the Association’s work in 2018 and beyond.
Today, the RightsStatements.org Consortium publish their 2018 Business Plan. To help you get to know the work of the Consortium, read on for a whistlestop introduction to the Consortium and their goals for 2018.
Everyone should know what they can do with the works they discover through Europeana Collections. This is the basic premise that drives our work to help data partners apply the most appropriate rights statements to the objects they publish. What if we made the information we publish about copyright and reuse available in your native language? Would it make it easier for you to understand and share?