Do you work with digital cultural heritage, or share data with Europeana? Then seize your chance to explore the process for publishing data on Europeana.eu, discover helpful tools and hear from expert speakers at the EAF outreach event on 23 November! The EAF Steering Group tells you why they are excited about attending - and why you should be too.
Persistent identifiers are key to making cultural heritage data interoperable and encouraging reuse amongst audiences. Discover how the common European data space for cultural heritage consortium is working to support the sector to use these and take our survey to share your thoughts!
The Europeana XX - Century of Change project has significantly expanded the high quality curated collections on Europeana focused on 20th-century content, and created technologies and tools to enrich cultural heritage data. Find out more about two new tools.
A total prize fund of €200,000 and a Public Choice Award are available for winners of open data competition EUDatathon 2022. We find out more about this opportunity to experiment with Europeana resources.
Ansichtkaart van Titus naar dhr. M.J. de Boer d.d. 8 oktober 1924 vanuit Nijmegen. De kaart bevat een mededeling van de reis van Titus en zijn moeder naar o.a. Nijmegen, Rotterdam, Rijkevoort en Wychen.
Archief- en Documentatiecentrum voor R.K. Friesland
Archives Portal Europe, as part of its activities as a domain aggregator for Europeana, recently established two grants for archival institutions to digitise their collections and improve metadata. We hear about how the grants have enabled digital access to new cultural heritage collections.
Europeana wouldn’t exist without the data contributed by around 4,000 cultural heritage institutions across Europe. Our recently released Organisation pages acknowledge this contribution by allowing people to search and browse content by the cultural heritage institution which provided it. Find out more!