Following on from last month’s announcement of our first pre-conference activity, GIFT @ Europeana 2019, read on to find out about the remaining four activities that will take place in Lisbon on Wednesday 27 November before Europeana 2019 opens.
This month, we’re taking a closer look at digital storytelling, and its importance in the cultural heritage sector. Beyond being a catchy term that sounds techy and cutting edge, what is digital storytelling?
Are you looking for new ways to engage with and develop your audiences? Are you interested in communicating with or about culture using digital tools? Then join our first Solve-It-Session webinar on the theme of digital storytelling on Friday 13 September at 10:00 CEST.
Following on from last week’s introduction to the GIFT project, Karin Ryding from IT University Copenhagen introduces you to one of its sub-projects: Artcodes, customisable scannable markers that allow you to blend your physical exhibition with digital content. Artcodes were used at the Museum of Yugoslavia to create a poetic and intimate experience addressing memories, conflict and forgiveness.
At Europeana 2019: Connect Communities, you can get hands on with digital culture and explore its impact on our sector, and indeed, our world. Today, we release the first details of sessions at Europeana 2019, and a draft copy of the programme.
At Europeana Foundation we’re really excited to be involved in the GIFT project as part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Over the next few weeks we'll be presenting you with some of the exciting developments coming out of the project. We start with an introduction from the Principle Investigator, Anders Sundnes Løvlie.
Over the next few months we’ll be introducing you to the exciting keynote speakers we have lined up to appear at Europeana 2019: Connect Communities. First up is Professor Frédéric Kaplan, digital time traveller extraordinaire.
With the launch this week of the Europeana Newspapers thematic collection, Dr Matteo Romanello, winner of a Europeana Research Grant in 2018, tells us about impresso - a new project exploring ways to use digitised newspaper data for research.
With the new Europeana Newspapers collection, Europeana Collections gives access to hundreds of newspaper titles and millions of newspaper pages. Today, Clemens Neudecker tells us all about how the collection was put together, and what it can be used for.
With the new Europeana Newspapers thematic collection, Europeana Collections gives access to hundreds of newspaper titles and millions of newspaper pages, spanning four centuries and 20 countries from across Europe.