Created: 29 January 2021
We take a look at our strategy and plans for the Europeana website in the coming year, and how we will work to make it more engaging than ever for our visitors.
Created: 28 January 2021
The Europeana Common Culture project has contributed significantly to the development of a well-functioning and sustainable aggregation infrastructure in Europe. We take a look back at what the project has achieved.
Created: 19 January 2021
As part of Europeana’s Europe at Work season, the Hunt Museum, Limerick, Ireland, and partners have been exploring the role of the Shannon Hydro-Electric Scheme. The team involved in engaging audiences onsite and online during COVID-19 discuss their approach and the importance of sharing stories of Europe’s industrial heritage.
Created: 13 January 2021
In this issue of EuropeanaTech Insight, the EuropeanaTech publication, we present three articles related to multilingual access of digital cultural heritage material.
Created: 11 January 2021
With the 1st of January each year marking Public Domain Day, this month on Europeana Pro we are exploring the public domain and open access to cultural heritage. In this post, members of the Europeana Network Association Communicators and Copyright communities share some of their favourite public domain works available on the Europeana website.
Created: 14 November 2018
The potential for use of digital heritage in education is widely acknowledged, but in order to ensure this use offering access to this heritage is not enough. Sources need to be selected, contextualised, and crucially become part of learning activities for students. Europeana and the European Association of History Educators (EUROCLIO) worked together to inspire and support educators to create their own learning activities.