This task force will work on recommendations for the benefit of the Europeana Foundation and the Europeana Network Association, paying particular attention to the most used applied technologies for data acquisition and management, visualization and analysis in Research.
The objective of this task force is to foster interoperability across the applications and projects in the Europeana context that produce, publish and/or consume annotations and user sets, by maturing the specifications that are used in the process, notably in terms of data models and APIs.
The focus of this task force is on increasing the support for 3D cultural heritage in Europeana and in increasing the availability of this content for use in education, research and in the creative industries.
Following up the launch of the impact playbook in 2017, the impact assessment Task Force 2.0 will support the development of the final three phases of the playbook: assessment, narration and evaluation.
This Task Force worked to evaluate the methodology and content of the first study to benchmark Europeana as a cultural information service in order to propose a framework for future evaluation and benchmarking of Europeana services.