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We’re really looking forward to Europeana 2021 taking place between 10-12 November 2021. In light of last year's successful digital conference and with ongoing uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re planning for another online celebration of digital cultural heritage. If you work in or around digital cultural heritage, Europeana 2021 is for you.


Upcoming dates for your diary

July: Last year, our call for proposals really caught the imagination of the sector and we received hundreds of fantastic proposals. In July we’ll finalise the selection committee and open up the call for proposals for the conference via our social media channels and email to network members. The call for proposals for Europeana 2021 is now open - find out more

August: The deadline to submit proposals is 22 August 23:59 CEST. 

September: Applicants who have submitted a proposal will hear whether it will be taken forward into the final selection.

October: The final proposals will be selected by mid-October, when we’ll be announcing the programme and opening up registration to the conference. Expect three thought-provoking and interactive days of expert speakers, panel discussions, workshops and more!

If you’d like to be the first to hear about our call for proposals, tickets, programme and more - complete our short form below.

Watch highlights from Europeana 2020

Keynote: A Traveller's Guide to Digital Transformation

Keynote: A Traveller's Guide to Digital Transformation

What does it really feel like to drive digital transformation in the culture and heritage sector? Europeana 2020 keynote speaker Andy Neale shines a light on how diversity, partnership, and purpose can help us level up. 

Belgrade adventure

Title: Education for the 21th Century.

Belgrade adventure

This session from Europeana 2020 presents findings from a project conducted by students and teachers investigating the history of Belgrade.

Cultural Heritage in 3D

Title: Still taken from Europeana 2020 presentation

Cultural Heritage in 3D

This session from Europeana 2020 introduces principles and tips for digitising cultural heritage in 3D. 

Digital literacy divides us

Title: Jane Finnis and The Digital Transformation Agenda and GLAMs report

Creator: Jane Finnis

Date: Europeana 2020

Institution: Culture24

Digital literacy divides us

This session from Europeana 2020 explores what digital literacy really is and how it is different from digital skills.

Teaching and Learning with IIIF

Title: Image taken from Europeana 2020 presentation

Teaching and Learning with IIIF

This session from Europeana 2020 demonstrates how IIIF tools can be used to create engaging online learning experiences.

The DigAMus-Award for digital museum projects

Title: Image obtained from DigAMusAward

The DigAMus-Award for digital museum projects

This session from Europeana 2020 introduces the concept of the DigAMus-Award, discussing the advantages of such an award, why it is a good idea to start it as a grassroots movement and how further projects can be developed.

Wikipedia + OpenGLAM in school

Title: Wikipedia + OpenGLAM in school opening slide

Creator: Merete Sanderhoff

Wikipedia + OpenGLAM in school

This session from Europeana 2020 shows new methods to engage teenagers in learning activities involving collections.

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