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Research Community

The Europeana Research Community is open to all the professionals dealing with cultural heritage and research at cultural and/or research institutions, universities, ministries and local governments, and the private sector.

This community supports its members to get a deeper insight into the researchers’ needs and to meet them where they concern the use of digital cultural heritage.

You will have the opportunity to connect with peers at the Europeana Network Association annual conference and other relevant meetings, share your expertise and best practices, work on issues of common interest, and develop new (joint) projects in the research field.

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Latest News

Crowdsourcing with Artists4All at the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History

Created: 30 March 2020

Thanks to crowdsourcing, researchers, experts and cultural heritage professionals from across the globe can now add to RKDartists&, one of the largest art databases in the world. In this post, Edda Japing, Digitisation Process Coordinator at the RKD, tells us about the Artists4All app which makes this possible, and how crowdsourcing can be an important element in research.

Innovation through GLAM Labs

Created: 14 February 2020

Milena Dobreva is an Associate Professor in Library and Information Studies at UCL Qatar, as well as one of Europeana 2019’s Unsung Heroes for her work with the Europeana Research Community. In this post, she discusses the concept of a GLAM lab and her contribution to Open a GLAM Lab, a book for everyone interested in experimentation with digital collections.