Seeking to address one of the principles of the Enrichments Policy for the common European data space for cultural heritage, the Europeana Foundation R&D team has created a first version of a methodology for evaluating and validating the results of (automatic) enrichment efforts.
In a digital environment for cultural heritage that is getting more complex, rich and diverse, only by joining forces can we achieve our common goal: a digital heritage environment that is more inclusive, unified and jointly owned. Read on to discover how cooperation between the data space and the future European Collaborative Cloud for Cultural Heritage will benefit our sector.
Together with other partners, we are excited to respond to a European Commission call to establish a European Collaborative Cloud for Cultural Heritage. Our joint proposal is called European Cloud for Heritage OpEn Science (ECHOES). Read on to discover what ECHOES intends to do and how you can express your interest in its services if our proposal is selected for funding.
Persistent identifiers are key to making cultural heritage data interoperable and encouraging reuse amongst audiences. Discover how the common European data space for cultural heritage consortium is working to support the sector to use these and take our survey to share your thoughts!