Every quarter we bring you a round-up of what's been going on across the Europeana Initiative. Highlights from October to December 2020 include the Europeana 2020 conference, reports on the cultural heritage sector and COVID-19, a new exhibitions partnership with the European Parliament, GIF IT UP 2020 and webinars to join or watch again!
In this post, we are pleased to introduce the renewed Management Board of the Europeana Network Association (ENA)! The Board leads the development of the ENA’s strategic vision, and in this post they share the activities and priorities planned for the ENA in 2021 and beyond.
We are delighted to share the first in a series of impact assessments we have conducted using and testing the Europeana Impact Playbook. The reports, carried out between 2019 - 2020, are the result of an intensive year of looking into the impact of Europeana’s work to support the digital transformation of the heritage sector. Explore the findings.
We are pleased to introduce Susan Hazan as the new Chair of the Europeana Network Association! In her first post in the role, she shares her thoughts on working boundaries and how we can all make efforts to set them.
In our ‘Professionals in Focus’ series, we speak to Europeana Network Association Members Councillors about their roles, working lives and plans for their time on the Members Council. This month, Cosmina Berta discusses her role at the German Digital Library (DDB) as well as the challenges and opportunities of heterogeneous data.
At Europeana, the ambition of ‘digital transformation’ has been at the heart of what we do for many years. Now, we have a shared working definition of digital transformation for the cultural heritage sector.
Today, we are delighted to launch a new initiative for the Europeana Research Community: a call for videos that showcase cutting edge projects and collaborations developed across the research and cultural heritage sectors. Approximately eight proposals submitted by 31 March can receive financial support of up to €300 each.
Our MOOC for 2021 is designed to empower educators to use digital technology and bring cultural heritage into their lessons and practices, whether in a classroom, museum, or library. Find out why you should take part and how to sign up!
The Europeana Common Culture project has contributed significantly to the development of a well-functioning and sustainable aggregation infrastructure in Europe. We take a look back at what the project has achieved.