Making Europeana Collections more multilingual is a priority and so we were delighted to take part in an event on 24-25 October with the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture and cultural heritage institutions on the topic of multilingualism. The two-day event at the Hanaholmen Culture Centre, Espoo, Finland, titled ‘Multilingualism in Digital Cultural Heritage - needs, expectations and ways forward’ was carried out under the umbrella of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, which is currently being hosted by Finland.
At Europeana Foundation we’re really excited to be involved in the GIFT project as part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Over the next few weeks we'll be presenting you with some of the exciting developments coming out of the project. We start with an introduction from the Principle Investigator, Anders Sundnes Løvlie.
This month on Europeana Pro News, as the academic year draws to a close, we’re looking back to see what we, and our education community, have learned over the last months. Today, Ryszard Markowicz, a teacher and Europeana User Group member in Poland, gives us his top three lessons learned.