Making the most of your digital collections
When you share digital objects with rights statements and licenses that permit reuse with Europeana, we help you increase exposure, use and dissemination of your collections:
We can find imaginative ways of showcasing your collections and encouraging their creative reuse through activities like our puzzles, annual GIF IT UP competition, and colouring books.
We can create learning scenarios that enable teachers to use openly licensed digital objects from Europeana in their classroom.
We can strengthen scientific research by incorporating digital objects for which reuse is permitted into research environments such as CLARIN’s Virtual Language Observatory.
We can help you achieve exposure beyond our platform. For instance, the Birdie memory app was built using a collection of bird songs from Europeana. We also work closely with Wikimedia Commons. Many digital resources from Europeana were uploaded to Commons and Wikipedians are encouraged to use them in articles.
When we create and promote editorial content (like blogs, galleries or exhibitions) we include as much openly licensed content as possible so that the items we highlight can be reused by anyone.
Be inspired by the innovative ways that educators, researchers, culture lovers and creatives are enriching educational resources, opening up new areas of research, or creating new art, games and entertainments on our reuse page.