With vlogs and podcasts created in the scope of Europeana XX - Century of Change, new and innovative editorial formats enter the Europeana stage. Sofie Taes shares the team’s learnings and experiences creating these formats and how they communicate around about digital cultural heritage.
With 23 June marking Olympic Day, the Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision share work they have been doing to make new sporting heritage available through Europeana and encourage audiences to engage with their sports heritage.
The National Library of France (BnF) has recently launched a new digital strategy - we speak to Céline Leclaire, Strategic content production officer, to explore the strategy and what it means for the organisation’s digital transformation.
The European Heritage Label (EHL) recognises sites that have a symbolic European value and have played a significant role in the history and culture of Europe or the building of the Union. The initiative is increasingly using digital approaches to promote and support engagement with built heritage. Find out more about the Label and the work they are doing!