Created: 19 August 2019
Melissa Terras is a digital humanities professor. She’s interested in ‘maker culture’ and the gap between what a creative individual wants from digital cultural heritage material and what they currently get.
Created: 17 June 2019
Created: 10 May 2017
Europeana has progressively adopted the principles of Linked Data for representing, aggregating, and enriching the metadata it collects from the Cultural Heritage institutions of Europe. Its foundation is the Europeana Data Model (EDM) which enables the representation of links between cultural heritage objects and the entities surrounding them (people, places, concepts, timespans).
Created: 30 October 2015
Semantic metadata enrichments can be hugely beneficial for searching Europeana in different languages and adding context to resources accessible via Europeana.
Created: 26 October 2015
Omeka is perhaps the most well known and widely used open-source web-publishing platform for libraries, museums, archives, and storytelling enthusiasts.
Created: 21 March 2014
The Task Force set out to find solutions to prevent enrichment errors and flaws that decrease the overall quality of the metadata in Europeana.