Our new Content Strategy will help our organisation and partners to identify what kind of content we need to expand, what content we need to restrain, and who takes ownership of the decision making process.
The Europeana Publishing Framework makes it easy for you, our data partners, to see how the quality of the metadata and content you provide affects how we can surface, showcase and promote it on Europeana Collections and beyond, and how others can view it, share it and work with it.
This report looks at how data partners’ motivation, the technical requirements and the content of the metadata affect overall metadata quality. We believe this document to be relevant to the entire Europeana Network.
In 2011, the Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands started releasing images of public domain works online. In 2013, these were all made available in the highest resolution possible, without any copyright restrictions.
Interest in open metadata is growing among policy makers, the cultural heritage sector, the research community, and software and application developers. At the European level, the Digital Agenda for Europe 2020 identifies ‘opening up public data resources for re-use’ as a key action in support of the Digital Single Market.
The aggregation landscape is constantly changing and the main objective of Survey for Aggregators #2 was to capture the recent changes and developments in European aggregation to help Europeana align its work with its key stakeholders.
The Public Domain is the material from which society derives knowledge and fashions new cultural works. Having a healthy and thriving Public Domain is essential to the social and economic well-being of society.