Europeana aggregators

Aggregators work with cultural heritage institutions to gather authentic, trustworthy and robust data and make it accessible through Europeana. Through the Europeana Aggregators' Forum, they work to exchange the knowledge and best practice that supports their work. Explore these pages to find an aggregator.

Domain & thematic

Domain & thematic aggregators define their scope by cultural sector (such as museum, archive or library) or by topic and theme (such as fashion). They work with contributors based in different European countries.

National & regional

National & regional aggregators define their scope by specific country or region. They work with contributors situated within that country or region.

News from the Europeana Aggregators' Forum

Case study explores digitisation, education and engagement at the Hunt Museum
Title:
Ivory figure of St Thomas Becket digitised as part of the ARMA project
Institution:
The Hunt Museum

Case study explores digitisation, education and engagement at the Hunt Museum

Created: 19 October 2022

Earlier this year, the Hunt Museum published a case study which shared insights from their experience digitising items from their collections in 3D. Read on to hear about their experience and learn how objects digitised in 3D can form an important part of engagement strategies.

Case studies highlight the benefits of sharing high quality cultural heritage data with Europeana
Title:
Animal locomotion. Plate 624
Creator:
Eadweard Muybridge
Date:
1887
Institution:
Girona City Council
Country:
Spain

Case studies highlight the benefits of sharing high quality cultural heritage data with Europeana

Created: 15 September 2022

Europeana’s accredited aggregator for photography, Photoconsortium, has published two case studies which highlight the benefits that publishing data on Europeana has brought for two cultural heritage institutions.

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