On Europeana Pro today, we launch the ‘Europeana Foundation Business Plan - Towards a digital public space for cultural heritage’. In this post, we look at how we have approached our business planning during these turbulent times.
At Europeana, the ambition of ‘digital transformation’ has been at the heart of what we do for many years. Now, we have a shared working definition of digital transformation for the cultural heritage sector.
Every quarter we bring you a round-up of what's been going on across the Europeana Initiative. Highlights from October to December 2020 include the Europeana 2020 conference, reports on the cultural heritage sector and COVID-19, a new exhibitions partnership with the European Parliament, GIF IT UP 2020 and webinars to join or watch again!
In 2020, the Europeana Foundation made its belief in diversity explicit in its organisational statement that ‘cultural heritage empowers us to embrace our diversity and flourish’. This post outlines the approach we are taking to make sure we are indeed embracing diversity and implementing practical measures to embed it in our organisation.
Every quarter we'll bring you a round-up of what's been going on across the Europeana Initiative, but to start with let's look back at the last six months (April to September 2020). Highlights in this period include how the sector has responded to COVID-19, a new five-year strategy, updates from the organisations that make up the Europeana Initiative, improvements to our two websites, plus great new content and campaigns, and a new all-digital events programme.