Aggregating linked data has the potential to improve data interoperability at global scale. A linked data pilot, developed as part of the Europeana Common Culture project, has investigated this potential, and in this post we take a look at what it achieved.
Our annual GIF-making contest has now been running for seven years, with its profile and audience participation growing each year. The 2020 edition was no exception, and in this post, we take a look at the achievements of this year’s competition.
In this post, we look at the work carried out under the Europeana Common Culture project to investigate best practice for aggregating 3D content to Europeana and develop a functional application to support 3D aggregation.
In 2020, the Europeana Network Association (ENA) Members Council has successfully adapted to a new way of working in the midst of a global health crisis. Take a look at what our Councillors have explored this year as they work towards developing new digital audiences, services, skills and societal impact.
In our ‘Professionals in Focus’ series, we speak to our Councillors about their roles, working lives and plans for their time on the Members Council. This month, Robert Davies speaks about involvement in projects with Europeana and the importance of capacity building.
Metis Sandbox is a functional application that enhances the overall data aggregation workflow from data providers to Europeana. In this post, we take a look at what the pilot, developed as part of the Europeana Common Culture project, has achieved.
How can the cultural heritage sector better support, young, new and emerging professionals? Carlota Marijuán Rodríguez and Marius Müller of the European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH) explore the question and work of the Europeana New Professionals Task Force.
Europeana 2020: Crisis, Change and Culture was held over three action packed days earlier this month, with over 70 speakers covering 50+ sessions and over 900 cultural heritage professionals joining from across the globe. Read on for a recap of Europeana 2020 and to find out how to rewatch the sessions.
This November on Pro, we share the practices we follow when developing the Europeana website. This post looks at our development processes, best practices, and tools we use to ensure that our application is robust and resilient.
As part of the Europeana Sport season, we are looking at how organisations are using sport to overcome social problems and explore heritage. Femi Bankole tells us about how Black and Irish use social media to share stories that break down Black stereotypes and expand what it means to be Black and Irish.