EUreka3D training at Bibracte

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In November 2023, as part of the training “Raw materials to sources, from the archaeological object” organized by the Resource Center for Artistic and Cultural Education (Préac) Archaeological heritage, Bibracte hosted a workshop on digitisation and aggregation to Europeana.

Within the context of EUreka3D project, the workshop has addressed the different types of resources and their conditions of use on Europeana, and the 3D digitisation of archeological objects as an educational resource for teaching and a way of engaging young audiences.

Bibracte is a key actor of the French archaelogical community and one of the EUreka3D partners. The institution is digitising in 3D archaeological artefacts and ground models that will be aggregated to Europeana during the project’s lifetime.

Programme of the Europeana Digital Practice Workshop by Bibracte


eu emblemEUreka3D project is co-financed by the Digital Europe Programme of the European Union.

 

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