Ad Pollé dedicated his professional as well as his personal life to cultural heritage. Having a background in audio-visual archiving and international project management, he joined Europeana as a member of the D&E team to help provide access to Europe’s digital heritage, focusing on user generated content (UGC). He likes to make bike trips all over Europe, trying to combine this with his culinary curiosity and creativity.
22 — 24August201700:00 — 00:00
Between 21 and 25 August 2017, Europeana will be at Ludovia, France's leading event on digital education. Described as a summer university in digital education, this is the perfect home to discuss how best to embed Europeana's digital heritage content in education.
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