The Europeana Statistics Dashboard is here

by on April 6, 2016

Today we are excited to launch the first public beta version of the Europeana Statistics Dashboard. A tool for our partners that allows us to be fully open and gives granular insight into how each collection is performing on Europeana Collections. Europeana helps cultural institutions across Europe share their digital collections with a wider audience. […]

The State of the Commons in Europeana: a 2015 review

by on December 15, 2015

Europeana aims to give everyone the best possible access to Europe’s digitised cultural heritage, no matter where they live. Copyright is an essential part of this. When someone finds a cultural object they’re interested in, be it a book, painting or film, they need to know what they legally can and cannot do with it. […]

Exploring big visual cultural data: an interview with Lev Manovich

by on July 25, 2015

On 9-10 July, Europeana Creative’s Culture Jam was held at the Austrian National Library. During the two days, Joris Pekel, Community Coordinator for Cultural Heritage, interviewed a number of speakers attending the conference to learn more about their work and their vision for the future of digital cultural heritage. First in this series is keynote […]

Making a big impact on a small budget – How the LSH Museums shared their collection with the world

by on April 4, 2015

This weekend the GLAM-WIKI conference was organised in the Royal Library of the Netherlands. More than 150 Wikimedians, open data enthusiasts and heritage professionals came together for three days to talk, discuss and learn about how the cultural heritage sector is evolving in the digital age. On Saturday Joris Pekel from the Europeana Foundation presented, together with […]

Discovery without search: an interview with George Oates

by on March 13, 2015

From 11-13 February, the EuropeanaTech conference was held at the National Library of France in Paris. During these two days, Joris Pekel, Europeana’s Community Coordinator for Cultural Heritage, interviewed a number of speakers attending the conference to learn more about their work and their vision for the future of digital cultural heritage. For the first […]

Looking to the future with the DPLA: an interview with Dan Cohen

by on March 4, 2015

From 11-13 February, the EuropeanaTech conference was held at the National Library of France in Paris. During these two days, Joris Pekel, Europeana’s Community Coordinator for Cultural Heritage, interviewed a number of speakers attending the conference to learn more about their work and their vision for the future of digital cultural heritage. For the first […]

Making a museum part of the internet: an interview with Seb Chan

by on March 2, 2015

From 11-13 February, the EuropeanaTech conference was held at the National Library of France in Paris. During the two days, Joris Pekel, Community Coordinator for Cultural Heritage, interviewed a number of speakers attending the conference to learn more about their work and their vision for the future of digital cultural heritage. First in this series […]

Opening up Swedish culture – an interview with Swedish Open Cultural Heritage

by on January 21, 2015

On the Europeana Pro blog, we want to highlight the good work being done by the Europeana Network. This time, Matilda Karlsson, business developer at Swedish Open Cultural Heritage (K-samsök in Swedish) talks to us about their work. Hi Matilda, how are you doing? Good! All is going well. You work at Swedish Open Cultural […]