We are delighted to have published our Europeana 2019 and Europeana 2020 impact assessments! We share learnings from the reports, explore how virtual and in-person events create different outcomes for participants and look at what this means for our future plans.
Today, we publish Europeana’s standardised question bank, a tool to support cultural heritage organisations to investigate the impact they create for their stakeholders. The tool is one of a number of resources being developed to accompany Phase 2 of the Europeana Impact Playbook - explore how to use it.
On 11 and 12 May 2021, Europeana will bring together cultural heritage professionals, policy makers, academics and researchers to discuss impact horizons of research when nurtured by digital cultural heritage. The organisers explain where the idea of a symposium came from and how its programme took shape.
We are delighted to share the first in a series of impact assessments we have conducted using and testing the Europeana Impact Playbook. The reports, carried out between 2019 - 2020, are the result of an intensive year of looking into the impact of Europeana’s work to support the digital transformation of the heritage sector. Explore the findings.
At Europeana, the ambition of ‘digital transformation’ has been at the heart of what we do for many years. Now, we have a shared working definition of digital transformation for the cultural heritage sector.
We are excited to launch an upcoming series of webinars to support professionals in using the Europeana Impact playbook, supporting you to better plan, measure and understand the impact that digital cultural heritage creates.
A treasure trove of manuscripts in Europeana Collections has lain unloved for too long. Through Europeana Manuscripts, we’ll start bringing out the best of this content and celebrating the work of the experts and institutions who are working to preserve and digitise the textual heritage that reflects our history.
The project organisers have released a new training module entitled “Manage, Improve and Open Up Your Research Data”. The module addresses concepts such as the FAIR Principles, Open Science, and Data Management Plans, and is geared towards researchers in the digital humanities.