Europeana Staff

Henning Scholz

Henning Scholz

Partner & Operations Manager
Aggregation
+31 (0) 70 314 0134
+31 6 3744 1349

Responsible for the relationships with cultural heritage professionals. As a paleontology curator and BHL-Europe coordinator, Henning contributed digital objects to the portal even before joining Europeana in 2012. He loves race cycling (the longer the better) and triathlon, and coordinates the Europeana Running Team.

Speaking at

  • 20 — 22
    April
    2016
    13:00 — 17:00

    Aggregator Forum Spring 2016

    2595 BE Den Haag, Netherlands

    This -invite only- meeting is organised by Europeana Foundation to develop and maintain the relations with our aggregators.

    The meeting will take place at several locations in the KB, National Library of the Netherlands in The Hague, Netherlands.

  • 5 — 6
    October
    2016
    13:00 — 17:00

    Aggregator Forum Fall 2016

    60322 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

    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.

  • 18 — 19
    April
    2017
    13:00 — 16:30

    Aggregator Forum Spring 2017

    2595 BE Den Haag, Netherlands

    This **invite only** meeting is organised by Europeana Foundation to develop and maintain the relations with our aggregators.

    This meeting is organised by Europeana Foundation to work on the future aggregation landscape, to work on why and how we are distributing content to audiences and to work on planning data quality improvements.

  • 13 — 14
    June
    2017
    10:30 — 17:30

    Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana

    2333 CC Leiden, Netherlands

    This two-day workshop is jointly hosted by CARARE and Europeana at the University of Leiden, Faculty of Archaeology. The theme of the workshop is Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana. The physical remains of Europe’s rich heritage are all around us. The historic houses we live and work in, the places we go to worship, places we visit to explore tombs, earthworks, architectural ruins or monuments to industries past, the museums we visit, the shape of our landscape and the ground beneath our feet.

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