Posted on Monday March 23, 2015


1 March 2015 to 31 December 2015
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Europeana Network Communicator's Group

Europeana Network Communicator's Group

This Task Force created recommendations for a more effective way of communicating within the Europeana ecosystem and to the wider network, in a manner that fits with how Europeana works as a DSI and with the Europeana Network Association.

This Task Force aims to provide the following recommendations:

  • shared communications needs and priorities of Europeana and the Network members in relation to awareness of Europeana,
  • understand how the how the communicators group could be developed to help address the identified needs,
  • produce a sustainable approach to the group that takes account of those needs and the resources the shared communications needs and priorities of Europeana and Network members in relation to Europeana.

Final recommendations December 2015:

This Task Force created recommendations for a more effective way of communicating within the Europeana ecosystem and to the wider network, in a manner that fits with how Europeana works as a DSI and with the Europeana Network Association. In August 2015, the Task Force consulted with the existing group of communicators about their Europeana/communications needs via an online survey. The responses helped to shape the recommendations.

This document outlines the Task Force’s recommendations for the structure, governance and workflow of two new formal bodies of communicators - a Europeana Communicators’ Group with defined membership and set objectives and a Europeana Communicators’ Forum that is open to all.

Chair

NameCompanyCountrySector
Kerstin HerltCompany: European Film Archives and Cinematheques (ACE)Country: GermanySector: Archive

Members

NameCompanyCountrySector
Eleanor KennyCompany: Europeana FoundationCountry: NetherlandsSector: Archive
Georgia AngelakiCompany: National Library of GreeceCountry: GreeceSector: Library
Frank DrauschkeCompany: Facts & FilesCountry: GermanySector: Creative industry
Lizzy KomenCompany: Netherlands Institute for Sound and VisionCountry: NetherlandsSector: Archive
Gregory MarkusCompany: Netherlands Institute for Sound and VisionCountry: NetherlandsSector: Archive
Gabrielle de PooterCompany: ModeMuseum Provincie AntwerpenCountry: BelgiumSector: Museum
Karmen StularCompany: NUKCountry: SloveniaSector: Library
Maria DrabczykCompany: National Audiovisual Institute PolandCountry: PolandSector: Audio-visual archive
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