Transforming the world with culture
Welcome to this dedicated area for European Union Member States.
We share updates about Europeana, best practices and common solutions for common issues within the digital cultural heritage sector. Here you find country reports and links to other areas of Europeana Pro with specific information relevant to the Member States.
The Europeana Publishing Framework makes it easy for you, our data partners, to see how the quality of the metadata and content you provide affects how we can surface, showcase and promote it on Europeana Collections and beyond, and how others can view it, share it and work with it.
Our new Content Strategy will help our organisation and partners to identify what kind of content we need to expand, what content we need to restrain, and who takes ownership of the decision making process.
Europeana Business Plan 2018 - Democratizing Culture
2018 is the European Year of Cultural Heritage. Europeana is its digital face - making our cultural heritage work in the 21st century where people want it - in their social media, for education, research or for new applications. The Europeana Business Plan 2018 outlines the achievements we're planning for this important year.
This White Paper aggregates resources and best practices for realizing multilingual access to cultural heritage content in digital libraries. It focuses on three different components: data, interactions and interface.
In this White Paper, Member State and EU policy-makers and experts outline next steps to be taken to stimulate the re-use of digital cultural heritage in research, education and learning, tourism and the creative industries.