The Europeana Aggregators’ Forum enables cultural heritage institutions to share their content with Europeana and open it up to new audiences. We explore their activity highlights and achievements in 2020, and outline some of their priorities for 2021.
In this post, we are pleased to introduce the renewed Management Board of the Europeana Network Association (ENA)! The Board leads the development of the ENA’s strategic vision, and in this post they share the activities and priorities planned for the ENA in 2021 and beyond.
In 2020, the Europeana Network Association (ENA) Members Council has successfully adapted to a new way of working in the midst of a global health crisis. Take a look at what our Councillors have explored this year as they work towards developing new digital audiences, services, skills and societal impact.
We are happy to announce the results of the 2020 Europeana Network Association (ENA) Members Council elections. Of the 35 candidates who came forward in this year’s elections, our members chose nine of them to fill the open seats in the Members Council between 11 and 20 November.
In this year’s Europeana Network Association Members Council elections, 35 candidates came forward to compete for nine available seats. Take a look at their profiles and vote for your favourites between 11 and 20 November.
In this year’s Europeana Network Association (ENA) elections, we are looking to fill nine seats on the Members Council. We invite our members from all backgrounds and sectors relevant to Europeana to stand for election.
At its meeting in May 2020, the Europeana Aggregators Forum approved various changes to its governance structure, agreed to set up its own task forces and working groups, and welcomed a closer alignment with the Europeana Network Association.
The importance of a supportive and collaborative cultural heritage network has never been greater. This month in the Europeana Network Association (ENA), we are asking our members to renew their membership by 1 October 2020 in order to remain part of our growing network of over 2,800 professionals in the field of digital cultural heritage.
The Europeana Network Association is a democratic community of cultural heritage professionals who work together to plan activities and priorities each year. In this post we explore the documents which were approved by the Association in 2019, how these influence plans for 2020 and how you can get involved!
2019 has been a year of changes for the Europeana Network Association (ENA), which continues to work to promote digital cultural heritage as a powerful agent in an ever-changing world. In this post, Marco de Niet, Chair of the Europeana Network Association (ENA), tells us about the highlights and main achievements of the ENA in 2019 and outlines some of the priorities for 2020.
From 27-29 November, 269 cultural heritage and technology professionals from 37 countries met in Lisbon, Portugal, to connect the Europeana Network Association communities. Here are a few highlights and the links you need to revisit and relive the Europeana 2019: Connect Communities conference.
On 5 December, over 200 members of the Europeana Network Association gathered in Vienna on the occasion of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2018, dedicated to building communities and celebrating 10 years of Europeana. We would like to thank all of you who came and made this event such a success!
Imagine you’ve discovered a great object on Europeana Collections. You want to use it, but you’re not sure how to do it correctly. Would it be easier for you to understand and share if the copyright and reuse information was correct and available in your native language? We believed it would and our Copyright Community has made it happen.
On 5 and 6 July, the Network Association's Members Council came together in the National Library of The Netherlands, The Hague for their second meeting of 2018. Two days were filled with hard work, intense discussions and new initiatives that focused on transforming the new network communities.
On 6 March, the Network Association's Members Council gathered in the National Library of The Netherlands in The Hague for their first 2018 meeting. It was very fruitful, full of fresh ideas and breakthroughs, and resulting in positive structural changes that will pave the way for the Association’s work in 2018 and beyond.
On 6 December, 200 members of the Europeana Network Association gathered in Milan on the occasion of the AGM 2017, dedicated to the impact culture has on society. We would like to thank all of you who came and made this event a real success!
The second Members Council (MC) meeting of the year took place on 6 and 7 July in the beautiful building of National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen. The Council had the great pleasure to welcome Ms. Catherine Magnant as a representative of the European Commission’s DG Education and Culture, responsible for organisation of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage.
The first 2017 meeting of the Members Council took place in The Hague on 21-22 February: the Europeana Office had the great pleasure of welcoming the representatives of the Members Council at the KB, the National Library of The Netherlands.
On 21-22 June, the Members Council - the 30 elected representatives of the Europeana Network Association - gathered in Vienna to discuss the Association’s role in the wider Europeana ecosystem, and its practical implementation: the 2017 Business Plan.
A springlike Copenhagen and the Statens Museum for Kunst played host to the first Europeana Members Council meeting in 2016. This meeting was particularly exciting for us as it was a chance to celebrate the Europeana Network Association’s first anniversary and get to know our newly elected colleagues.
Last week, the Europeana Network Association’s Members Council met at the Austrian National Library in Vienna. It was a chance to come together to discuss the year so far, as well as plan for the next six months ahead. Here, Max Kaiser, Chair of the Members Council, and Merete Sanderhoff, Vice Chair of the Members Council, fill us in on the day’s events.
Task Forces are help solve specific issues and challenges affecting the digital heritage field while Working Groups are set up to address ongoing activities and issues of continuing relevance to the Europeana Network Association.