Armed with the vision for Europeana as a Digital Service Infrastructure for Europe, Jill tries to coax cultural heritage to transform the world with culture. A revolutionary at heart, she loves change and new ideas. Her role is to ensure the long term sustainability of the Europeana ecosystem while also being able to drink copious cups of tea.
7 — 8December201509:00 — 17:30
Digital Strategies for Heritage (DISH) is the biennial international conference on digital heritage and strategies for heritage institutions. DISH2015 will be held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The main theme for DISH2015 is Money and Power.
1June201610:00 — 16:15
This -invite only- SmartCities4Culture workshop as part of the annual Major Cities conference in Florence will be organised by Europeana, the City of Florence and the Ministry of Culture in Hamburg.
The workshop aims to set up the framework for SmartCities4Culture network.
29September201609:00 — 18:00
Collections Trust Conference 2016: Who needs digitised collections?
Who wants our collections digitised, and why? Where should we focus our efforts? And what kind of content should we be creating in the first place? Around the world, museums of all sizes are digitising their collections and making the results available online in increasingly joined-up ways.
5 — 6October201613:00 — 17:00
This (invite only) meeting is co-organised by Europeana Foundation and the German Digital Library (DDB) to develop and maintain the relations within the Europeana aggregators network. The meeting will focus on the aggregators’ (and data providers) role and representation in the Europeana Ecosystem.
15 — 16February201700:00 — 00:00
Digital Past 2017 is being held in The Riverfront, one of Wales’ leading venues and conveniently located on Newport’s newly redeveloped riverfront. The city is easily accessible with excellent transport links by road and rail: the Riverfront is only 5 minutes from the M4 and in the immediate vicinity of train and bus stations.
Delegates will be offered a combination of presentations and hands-on workshops and demonstrations in a friendly and informal atmosphere that aims to promote networking and exchange of ideas.
20 — 21April201700:00 — 00:00
DPLAfest 2017—the fourth major gathering of the Digital Public Library of America’s broad community—will take place on April 20-21, 2017 in Chicago at Chicago Public Library’s Harold Washington Library Center.
The hosts for DPLAfest 2017 include Chicago Public Library, the Black Metropolis Research Consortium, Chicago Collections, and the Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS). Taking place in downtown Chicago, DPLAfest 2017 will bring together hundreds of people from DPLA’s large and growing community over two days for interactive workshops, hackathons and other collaborative activities, engaging discussions with community leaders and practitioners, fun events, and more.
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Europeana Foundation were invited to join a roundtable discussion on EU copyright reform hosted by MEP Oettinger on 19th February. The roun…
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