Created: 27 November 2018
100 years have passed since the end of World War One and we are still unlocking the personal stories and experiences from this period. In the lead up to the Centenary Tour Finale event in Brussels, we offer to shed more light onto one such story and artefact; that of Kurt Geiler and his life-saving bible. We share an in-depth interview with Kurt’s grandson Markus Geiler, exploring the digital transformation of this artefact and the impact of digitising cultural heritage.
Created: 23 October 2018
To mark the ending of the World War One centenary, and to showcase Europeana 1914-1918, we have joined forces with the House of European History for a very special series of events on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 November.
Created: 2 October 2018
We talk to Sara Di Giorgio about the importance of digitising cultural heritage as she organised Italy’s first transcribathon as a means of connecting people with their own heritage.
Created: 17 September 2018
Digital transformation is impacting more than just cultural heritage - it's transforming classrooms. From university assessments to in-class activities, our favourite example of digital transformation, transcribathons, are connecting those in education and research to the past in ways that have more impact than ever before.
Created: 22 January 2018
Europeana Transcribathon 1914-1918 in Warsaw - almost 200 documents and 90 000 characters has been transcribed within 24 hours in Poland.
Created: 25 October 2017
Launched in Summer 2016, Transcribathon for education is an online learning tool developed by Europeana and Facts and Files for the transcription of digital material from World War One