What do a library and a lab have in common? Well, not much, you may think at first. But the opposite is actually true. Clemens Neudecker tells us what a lab is in the context of a library, what activities it pursues and who it's for.
Should libraries and museums stop secondary websites from republishing so-called ‘orphan’ works? Ellen Euler, professor for Open Access & Open Data in Germany at the University of Applied Science Potsdam, looks at a current case in point playing out in Germany.
Fun and creative reuse ideas for digital cultural heritage is something we are passionate about at Europeana. Today we speak to Challenge winner Federica Pascotto on the launch of her educational app Wonders about the chaos and constraints of developing an application game.
On 5 December 2018, during the Europeana Network Association AGM, we will be celebrating our 10th anniversary and the European Year of Cultural Heritage at the Technisches Museum Wien in Vienna, Austria. Today, we’re delighted to announce the first of the conference details.
With discussions centred on digital transformations, it's important that we also focus on one important factor: the digital. Europeana is doing just that with the introduction of GLAM tech, a series about thought-leadership and innovation for the GLAM world.
Learning how to share to, build upon, and research with Wikidata were the key lessons from EuropeanaTech 2018. As more cultural organisations proactively engage in freely licensed structured data, Europeana is helping network members gain skills.
Cinema met digital art in April in the MashUp Film Festival 2018, the only festival in the world dedicated to mashup works. We give you the lowdown on the festival’s film competition and its winning entry.
In part two of our introduction to the EuropeanaTech 2018 keynote speakers we present two more experts that we are thrilled to have joining the 300+ innovators and thought-leaders from around the world attending the event.
EuropeanaTech 2018 is a little over six weeks away. Joining the 300+ innovators and thought-leaders in tech in the cultural heritage sector are six keynote speakers from around the world. We are very excited to be introducing them, and their keynote presentations, over the next few weeks.
The latest Europeana #edTech Challenge invited entrepreneurs, developers, designers and creative thinkers to submit their best ideas for using cultural heritage and digital technologies to foster innovative learning and teaching. We had allocated a prize fund of 30,000 EUR to support the further development of the projects with highest potential.