What to read in August

Updated every month, we select three articles from our archives that we think you'll find interesting. This month, they're oldies but goodies.

From the British Library to Flickr to Europeana - 60000 public domain images on the move

From the British Library to Flickr to Europeana - 60000 public domain images on the move

This blog was written by Henning Scholz - Partners & Operations manager at Europeana and Tom Miles - project manager at the …

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Lithuanian cultural heritage in a digital world: a Europeana national workshop

The National Library of Lithuania,, CC BY-SA - Nicole McNeilly

April 2018

The Netherlands

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Lithuanian cultural heritage in a digital world: a Europeana national workshop

On Wednesday 25 April 2018, the National Library of Lithuania hosted a Europeana national workshop in its spectacular renovated building.

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Museums in the Digital Age: insights from Wellcome Collection

Rita Levi Montalcini, digital illustration - Daria Kirpach and Salzman International

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Museums in the Digital Age: insights from Wellcome Collection

Tom Scott, Head of Digital Engagement at London’s Wellcome Collection, shares his thoughts on digital strategy and the contribution of open data to a knowledgable and creative society.

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Open culture in Australia - an interview with Trove’s Cathie Oats

The Raptor, inspired by a photograph of a whalebone hand from 1845. © Trove, National Library of Australia. - Trove and Questacon

2016

Trove

Australia

Open culture in Australia - an interview with Trove’s Cathie Oats

As part of our 'open culture' blog mini-series, we talk to Cathie Oats, Director of Trove, the digital arm of the National Library of Australia.

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Building a global standard for expressing rights information in the cultural heritage sector

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Copyright advocacy update: Future access to cultural heritage, geoblocking  or a Digital Single Market?

The 'time and tide' map of the Atlantic charter / [cartography] London Geographical Institute - The London Geographical Institute, London

VU University Amsterdam Library

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Copyright advocacy update: Future access to cultural heritage, geoblocking or a Digital Single Market?

Europeana Board Member Paul Keller reacts to a newly proposed article by the European Council that goes against the idea of Digital Single Market.

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