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?
Created: 9 January 2019
Presenting digital collections of natural history has its own unique set of challenges. This is something that Europeana's natural history aggregator OpenUp! knows well. With almost 9 million objects on Europeana Collections - visibility and search come with some very specific parameters. The below explores some of these key elements behind presenting natural history objects online and lets you know the best ways to find what you are looking for.
Created: 7 August 2017
For this information to be as useful as possible, we have to link it to semantically rich and multilingual resources.
Created: 30 October 2015
Semantic metadata enrichments can be hugely beneficial for searching Europeana in different languages and adding context to resources accessible via Europeana.
Created: 21 March 2014
The Task Force set out to find solutions to prevent enrichment errors and flaws that decrease the overall quality of the metadata in Europeana.
Created: 7 December 2012
pro Today's guest blog comes from Nacha Van Steen, Europeana Fashion partner at the Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels, and discusses …