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

Shaping the role of the Europeana Aggregators' Forum within the Europeana Initiative
Title: Zeepfabriek Dobbelman: Inpakmachine voor toiletzeep.
Date: 1950
Institution: Regionaal Archief Nijmegen
Country: Netherlands
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Shaping the role of the Europeana Aggregators' Forum within the Europeana Initiative

Created: 29 June 2020

At its meeting in May 2020, the Europeana Aggregators Forum approved various changes to its governance structure, agreed to set up its own task forces and working groups, and welcomed a closer alignment with the Europeana Network Association.

37 aggregators for Europeana complete new accreditation scheme in its first year
Title: kansanpuvuissaan kylmästä hytiseviä tyttöjä; tytöt ovat 6. ja 7. luokan opiskelijoita
Creator: Lehtinen Ildikó
Date: 2008-05-09
Institution: Finnish Heritage Agency
Country: Finland
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37 aggregators for Europeana complete new accreditation scheme in its first year

Created: 1 November 2019

An accreditation scheme launched in 2019 by the Europeana Aggregators' Forum empowers aggregators to support their contributing institutions and to give those institutions greater assurances in the skills and knowledge of their aggregators, with the goal of working towards improving the quality of data in Europeana Collections. 

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