Summer Landscape from Košice
Slovak National Gallery
Answers to frequently asked questions about rights statements in the context of sharing content with Europeana.
Created: 27 September 2019
The language you speak shouldn’t be a barrier to finding what you want on Europeana Collections but right now, it might be. Find out what we’re doing to put that right.
Screenshot from RightsStatements.org website, CC0
DPLA and Europeana
Created: 8 June 2018
RightsStatements.org provides 12 rights statements that can be used to describe digital cultural heritage items and all of them have now been translated into German and Estonian
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Created: 1 March 2018
Everyone should know what they can do with the works they discover through Europeana Collections. This is the basic premise that drives our work to help data partners apply the most appropriate rights statements to the objects they publish. What if we made the information we publish about copyright and reuse available in your native language? Would it make it easier for you to understand and share?
Tegel met in blauw geschilderde decoratie van een vaas op een naar beneden hangend kleed binnen een driepas, omgeven door een cartouche met omkrullende acanthusbladeren en bloemen
De Grieksche A Kocx, Adriaen Marot, Daniël (I)
Created: 2 August 2017
A set of simple, standardised terms which can be used by cultural heritage institutions to inform their users of the copyright status of works.
Created: 21 June 2016
Finding the ‘right’ fit to share your cultural content: Two new Europeana rights statements launching November 2016.