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

Digital transformation requires strong leadership - introducing the DEN Academy Leadership programme pilot
Title:
Twee Nederlandse vliegers, waaronder Nelly Speerstra, bekijken de te vliegen route voor hun trainingstoestel.
Date:
1985 / 1990
Institution:
Nederlands Instituut voor Militaire Historie
Country:
Netherlands

Digital transformation requires strong leadership - introducing the DEN Academy Leadership programme pilot

Created: 26 March 2021

How do we embed digital transformation in an institution? How do we make digital strategy a priority and influence policy-making? A new leadership programme, run by Europeana and the DEN Academy, aims to explore this question at an organisational level for the cultural heritage sector - find out how. 

Europeana Aggregators' Forum: looking forward to 2021
Title:
Širvintų Jaunalietuvių draugijos šokėjai dešimtmečio sąskydyje Kaune.
Date:
1937-07-29
Institution:
Ukmergės kraštotyros muziejus
Country:
Lithuania

Europeana Aggregators' Forum: looking forward to 2021

Created: 9 March 2021

The Europeana Aggregators’ Forum enables cultural heritage institutions to share their content with Europeana and open it up to new audiences. We explore their activity highlights and achievements in 2020, and outline some of their priorities for 2021.

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