In order to understand and agree on what success means to us under the new Europeana Strategy 2015-2020, we have researched the ‘impact’ we can expect from Europeana as a Digital Service Infrastructure.
This Annual Reports and Accounts 2012 details the significant progress made by the Europeana Foundation and its partners and projects towards the goals set out in the Europeana Strategic Plan 2011-2015 and the Europeana Business Plan 2012.
This research seeks to identify and evaluate the various user needs that impact on the provision of certain cultural digital content to cultural tourists. It has been researched and written by Culture24, as part of the Europeana Awareness project.
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.