Created: 12 August 2020
Europeana increasingly relies on content generated by users or machines that adds value to the cultural heritage data we share, and makes it more accessible and reusable. These projects raise many new questions, including ones related to copyright: what can we enrich and transcribe, and how do we label, or license, the results?
Title: Screenshot of MotionNotes Annotator from CultureMoves website
Date: May 2020
Created: 11 August 2020
A multimodal video annotator that facilitates the use of digital technologies in art and dance performances.
Created: 7 August 2020
A universal audiovisual player offering a set of functionalities for reuse of AV cultural heritage content.
Title: Screenshot of Crowdheritage website
Institution: August 2020
Created: 6 August 2020
An online crowdsourcing platform for enriching the metadata of digitised cultural heritage material.
Created: 19 April 2017
Europeana APIs can be used to build applications from the wealth of our collections, drawn from instiutions across Europe.
Title: Full model web annotations
Creator: W3C Web Annotation Working Group
Created: 7 July 2016
In this issue of EuropeanaTech Insight we look at ways that different institutions are implenting and improving the status of web annotations.