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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

Webinars

Publishing GLAM data as FAIR data

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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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Partnerships

DARIAH

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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

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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. 

Upcoming events

Latest news

Announcing our call for the Europeana Research Community video series

Announcing our call for the Europeana Research Community video series

Created: 10 February 2021

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.

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