Working Groups are set up to address ongoing activities and issues of continuing relevance within the Europeana Network. There is no limited timeframe for Working Groups; they can remain in existence whilst their purpose is required.
Working Groups are proposed and led by a member of the Members Council.
This group will make sure that the last open ends in the governance procedures and decisions related to the Europeana Network Association are solved before the elections in November 2016.
This Working Group will identify business needs and priorities with relevant stakeholders/communities, support the development of Europeana Pro accordingly and feedback on site development.
The aim of this working group is to work together with those actively engaged in copyright and make sure we align everyone’s interests wherever possible.
This working group is responsible for the set-up of a yearly event, the Europeana Network Association’s Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The AGM creates the opportunity for Europeana Network members to meet, learn, discuss, feel engaged and get inspired but also networking opportunities with colleagues to share ideas, processes, what's working, and sometimes—more importantly—what isn't.
The main objective of this working group is to demonstrate the benefits of Europeana via campaigns, tweets and blogposts to create a buzz around the breadth, depth and diversity of what Europeana contains.
The #AllezCulture Campaign aims to enhance awareness about Europeana and the cultural riches it opens up access to, and increase support for Europeana.
Exploring the potential for a shared space for managing international rights information.
Copyright is an important topic and enormous challenge for digital library initiatives.The Interntional Rights Statement Working Group is focussing on the specific needs of digital heritage aggregators, such as Europeana and the Digital Public Library of America.
The purpose of this working group is to explore the feasibility of developing a system of rights statements that can be used by both digital heritage aggregators, and could be opened to similar aggregators.
We want it to reach everyone interested in engaging with European art in all its facets.
Our job is to provide counsel and guidance on how to make Europeana Art reach its goals, to invite new partners to share their art collections with Europe’s online users, and to suggest new opportunities and pathways for using and enjoying the collection on the world wide web.