Impact

Working in the cultural heritage sector is all about making a difference to the people who visit and use our products and services. We believe that we are all better off if we understand how the things we do contribute to bringing about change. To support cultural heritage professionals to grow this understanding, we have developed the Europeana Impact Framework, at the core of which you can find the Europeana Impact Playbook, webinars, case studies and an active Impact community. Explore and use them below!

Grab your copy of the Impact Playbook

The Europeana Impact Playbook is a step by step approach to help cultural heritage professionals design, measure and narrate their impact. Download Phases one, two and three of the Playbook, and explore resources from each phase which support impact practice.


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Creator: Europeana
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Webinars

Watch our webinars to learn more about our approach to the Playbook and refine your impact practice.

Case studies

As a cultural heritage professional you know the work you and your institution delivers has impact - but how do you prove it? Explore examples of our own impact assessments on activities in the Europeana Initiative.

Impact Community

We contribute towards the ongoing development of the Impact Playbook, advocate the benefits of impact assessment and support our members to develop and refine their practice.


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News

Join our symposium - ‘Research and digital cultural heritage: new impact horizons’
Title: Engineering: a hoist in use at an arsenal. Engraving by F. Bartolozzi, 1796, after Leonardo da Vinci.
Creator: Leonardo da Vinci
Institution: Wellcome Collection
Country: United Kingdom
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Join our symposium - ‘Research and digital cultural heritage: new impact horizons’

Created: 16 April 2021

On 11 and 12 May 2021, Europeana will bring together cultural heritage professionals, policy makers, academics and researchers to discuss impact horizons of research when nurtured by digital cultural heritage. The organisers explain where the idea of a symposium came from and how its programme took shape. 

Digitisation, intellectual property and cultural heritage: an update from the inDICES project

Created: 8 April 2021

The inDICES project is hard at work carrying out research into the impact of digitisation and intellectual property regulations on cultural heritage institutions. Colleagues from the project share the findings of a recent analysis on copyright for cultural heritage institutions in different countries. 

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