Research

The digital transformation of Europe’s cultural heritage institutions makes varied and valuable resources available to researchers, professors and university students. We work to connect academia with cultural heritage institutions, and support heritage professionals in working with researchers. We encourage the development of skills to embrace digital change in research and new ways of teaching and learning at university, and nurture forms of community engagement involving non-professional researchers. Through this page, explore resources to support these activities and find out more about Europeana Research. For any enquiries, contact Alba Irollo

Research Community
Title:
Ateljéfoto av 1927 års studenter, Uddevalla
Creator:
Thure Nihlén
Date:
1927
Institution:
Bohusläns museum
Country:
Sweden

Research Community

Open to all professionals dealing with cultural heritage and research, we support our members to meet researchers’ digital cultural heritage needs.

Research and digital cultural heritage: new impact horizons

In May 2021, Europeana brought together cultural heritage professionals, policy makers, academics and researchers at a dedicated symposium to discuss impact horizons of research nurtured by digital cultural heritage. 


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Title:
Engineering: a hoist in use at an arsenal.
Creator:
Leonardo da Vinci
Institution:
Wellcome Collection
Country:
United Kingdom

Webinars

Facilitating Archival Research on the Study of the Turbulent 1940s
Title:
ΕΚΘΕΣΗ ΠΕΠΡΑΓΜΕΝΩΝ ΤΟΥ 603 ΤΑΓΜΑΤΟΣ ΕΘΝΟΦΥΛΑΚΗΣ ΤΗΣ 01/10/1945 ΠΡΟΣ 17η ΤΑΞΙΑΡΧΙΑ
Date:
1/10/1945
Institution:
Hellenic Army General Staff/ Army History Directorate
Country:
Greece

Facilitating Archival Research on the Study of the Turbulent 1940s

An online discussion on the particularities and challenges facing digital archives and collections holding resources from the 1940s.

Publishing GLAM data as FAIR data
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Event image

Publishing GLAM data as FAIR data

This webinar explored the benefits of publishing GLAM data as FAIR data and addressed questions about how this can be achieved. 

APIs

Europeana APIs can be used to build applications from the wealth of our collections, drawn from instiutions across Europe.


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Title:
Spents.
Creator:
Lövqvist, Albin
Institution:
Länsmuseet Gävleborg
Country:
Sweden

Partnerships

DARIAH
Title:
DARIAH logo
Date:
2020

DARIAH

Europeana and DARIAH work to improve the conditions of access to cultural institutions’ digital collections and support the academic community in reusing digital cultural heritage for research purposes. 

CLARIN
Title:
CLARIN logo
Date:
2020

CLARIN

This partnership, established in 2015, sees CLARIN integrate digital cultural heritage data from Europeana into their research infrastructure for use by the academic community. 

inDICEs

InDICes ‘Measuring the impact DIgital CulturE’ is a project funded under Horizon 2020 DT Governance call programme.


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Latest news

Meet the winners of the Europeana research grants and prizes 2021
Title:
Vänersborgs museum, Nordiska djursalen. Dokumentation av arbetet med att utveckla de permanenta utställningarna.
Creator:
Panser, Anna
Date:
2019-08-06
Institution:
Vänersborgs museum
Country:
Sweden

Meet the winners of the Europeana research grants and prizes 2021

Created: 1 November 2021

We are delighted to announce the winners of the fifth Europeana Research Grants Programme call. Three projects on crowdsourcing and research received a grant and two projects for video tutorials for Higher Education were awarded a special prize. Read on to find out more.

Professionals in Focus - Milena Dobreva
Title:
Milena Dobreva presenting MA Library and Information studies at UCL Qatar, Doha.
Creator:
Milena Dobreva
Date:
2017

Professionals in Focus - Milena Dobreva

Created: 28 June 2021

For ‘Professionals in Focus’ , we speak to Europeana Network Association Members Councillors about their roles, working lives and plans for their time on the Council. This month, Milena Dobreva discusses the concept of heteromation and bringing together GLAM and research sectors.

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