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.
Aggregating linked data has the potential to improve data interoperability at global scale. A linked data pilot, developed as part of the Europeana Common Culture project, has investigated this potential, and in this post we take a look at what it achieved.
This webinar introduces the Linked Open Data Aggregator (LODA). Speakers share their findings from working with Schema.org datasets from a number of institutions and transforming into Europeana Data Model (EDM).
Thanks to crowdsourcing, researchers, experts and cultural heritage professionals from across the globe can now add to RKDartists&, one of the largest art databases in the world. In this post, Edda Japing, Digitisation Process Coordinator at the RKD, tells us about the Artists4All app which makes this possible, and how crowdsourcing can be an important element in research.