On Europeana Pro today, we launch the ‘Europeana Foundation Business Plan - Towards a digital public space for cultural heritage’. In this post, we look at how we have approached our business planning during these turbulent times.
The Europeana Foundation Business Plan 2019, subtitled ‘Our common culture’, demonstrates how this year we will work with the Europeana Network Association, the Europeana Aggregators' Forum and a range of other partners to improve the quality of the Europeana Core Service, to find ways to extend that service and to innovate for the sector at large.
Today, the RightsStatements.org Consortium publish their 2018 Business Plan. To help you get to know the work of the Consortium, read on for a whistlestop introduction to the Consortium and their goals for 2018.
2018 is the European Year of Cultural Heritage. Europeana is its digital face - making our cultural heritage work in the 21st century where people want it - in their social media, for education, research or for new applications. The Europeana Business Plan 2018 outlines the achievements we're planning for this important year.
2011 is a pivotal year, moving towards a service active in all the four strategic tracks. This year more emphasis and resource is to be placed on Engagement of the user and Distribution of the data, than on Aggregation and Facilitation and this is reflected in the volumes of work within each track.