Created: 10 May 2019
Harry Verwayen, Julia Fallon, Antoine Isaac and Victor-Jan Vos from the Europeana Foundation are meeting in Amsterdam with partners from the Time Machine project to discuss time travel. Well, almost.
1 February 2019 - 31 July 2020
The project aims to increase the amount of high-quality digital content for Europe’s rich heritage of archaeological monuments, historic buildings, cultural landscapes and artefacts.
On 6th December 2018, three Mini-Transcribathons were held in Vienna as part of the #EuropeForCulture conference, the closing celebrations of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.
Frank Drauschke (Facts & Files) introducing the Transcribathon
- Ingrid Oentrich
Created: 14 February 2019
Created: 28 November 2018
Teacher José Ramón González Quelle tells us how integrating digital cultural heritage into the school syllabus results in endless possibilities for the student experience
Still from Europeana Thanks you video
- Europeana Foundation
Created: 20 November 2018
The first Europeana website went live ten years ago today - on 20 November 2018. Today, in a special video, Harry Verwayen, Executive Director of the Europeana Foundation says thank you to everyone who is or has been involved in the journey so far.