- In this hackathon in particular, we focus on concepts and business models rather than the development itself.
by Fred Truyen, KU Leuven. The Photography hackathon “Hack your Photo Heritage” took place on 25-27 February 2016, hosted at the FabLab of KU Leuven in Heverlee (Belgium). People attending were students, developers, cultural heritage professionals, photography people. Some teams … Continue reading →
- Next, it is planned a wider event with an educational focus, possibly including European Commission speakers and representatives from Europeana and other relevant organisations.
by Barbara Dierickx (PACKED) On January 22nd 2016, the EuropeanaSpace Education team gathered in Athens. The day leading up to the Hack the Book event our partner Onassis Cultural Centre (OCC) co-hosted a public workshop, focussing on educators. Within E-Space, … Continue reading →
- The three games have stunning graphics and the beautiful effects added to the positive user experience.
by Rosemary Cisneros, Coventry University The Europeana Space Games Pilot held its first user tests Wednesday, January 27th 2016 at Coventry University. Participants met at the Institute for Creative Enterprise (ICE), a building that brings together researchers, graduates, businesses and enterprise to support … Continue reading →
A successful decade of European – Mediterranean Conferences on Cultural Heritage Documentation, Preservation and Protection (EuroMed): 2006 – 2016 You are kindly invited to submit a paper to the EuroMed 2016 conference which will provide an opportunity to exchange research results, … Continue reading →
On the occasion of Photoconsortium general assembly, a public seminar is organized on the theme of: “Virtual Museums and Photographic Heritage“. Virtual museums are not the simple transposition of a real museum on the Internet. They are not only archives … Continue reading →
by Clarissa Colangelo, KU Leuven From the 7th till the 9th of March 2016, the 10th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference took place in Valencia, Spain. Every year, INTED brings together more than 700 delegates from 80 different … Continue reading →
Anne-Laure Coquelin is a graphic designer specialized in digital restoration and reissuing images via new technologies and Aurora Ortega is an art conservator who has worked for many of the world’s renowned cultural organizations including Centre G. Pompidou, Getty Conservation Institute, and Vatican Museums where she acquired substantial experience in the photographic documentation of cultural heritage. Continue reading →
by Lieke Ploeger, Open Knowledge Foundation. OpenGLAM has just released a case study on the open data release last year of the York Museums Trust. The study was written as part of the Open Knowledge Foundation involvement in Europeana Space … Continue reading →
UNESCO Chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable in World Heritage Sites with collaboration International Federation for IT and Travel & Tourism (IFITT) invites you to take part in Summer School 2016 devoted to Information and Communication Technologies for … Continue reading →
Borders blur. Disciplines merge. Barriers come down. The 21st century is a time of repositioning, and there is a key role to play for heritage. How do we (re)present ourselves, our public, our archives, our countries and our institutes? This was … Continue reading →
Organised by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, Digital Past is an annual two day conference which showcases innovative digital technologies and techniques for data capture, interpretation and dissemination of the heritage of Wales, the … Continue reading →
Europeana 1914-1918, a project funded under the Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme, will create by 2014 – the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War – a substantial digital collection of material from national library collections of ten libraries in eight countries that found themselves on different sides of the historic conflict. Continue reading →
by Greg Markus (NISV) On January 22-24 the Europeana Space Project held their third hack event, the Hack the Book Festival. The event was organized and hosted by the Onassis Cultural Centre (OCC) in Athens in coordination with the Open … Continue reading →