Tag: Europeana Space

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Europeana TV pilot disseminated at FIAT/IFTA world congress

The International Federation of Television Archives (FIAT/IFTA) promotes co-operation amongst television archives, multimedia and audiovisual archives and libraries, and all those engaged in the preservation and exploitation of moving image and recorded sound materials and associated documentation. The FIAT/IFTA Annual World … Continue reading


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Dissemination of the Museums pilot Toolbox at an international workshop about the Shoa victims

Beatrix Lehmann of Museumsmedien participated in a very interesting event: Names of Shoah Victims: from Scattered Sources to Individual Personal Stories, an International Workshop within the Framework of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI). The participants represented Memorials, Archives, Universities, Museums coming … Continue reading


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E-Space project presented during JPEG community meeting in Strasbourg

Frederik Temmermans and Peter Schelkens of iMINDS participated in the 67 JPEG meeting held in Strasbourg, France, in October 2014. That was a perfect occasion to raise awareness of Europeana Space project towards a Scientific Community (composed both of higher education … Continue reading


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Open & Hybrid Publishing pilot, on air!

The programme tried to answer questions such as: What are the new models in relation to business, knowledge and information-sharing which are influencing academic publishing today? Can we start to predict future trends? What needs to change, when and why? Continue reading


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Europeana Space Opening Conference

The core topic of the conference was how to enable a creative re-use of digital cultural content thus unlocking the business potential of cultural heritage and fostering the creation of new jobs and economic growth. A very interested audience almost fulfilled the parterre of the former theater, now conference venue. As a side activity, in the afetrnoon of the second day the registered participants could visit the Venice incubator H-Farm, an inspiring environment for creativity and technology. Continue reading


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Europeana Space plenary meeting, 15th October 2014

The plenary meeting of the project took place at the beautiful location of Ca’ Foscari University, one day ahead the Opening Conference of Europeana Space. After the welcome speeches by Sarah Whatley (Project Coordinator) and Leonardo Buzzavo (representing the hosting … Continue reading


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Open Knowledge Foundation joins Europeana Space

Open Knowledge is a nonprofit organisation that promotes open knowledge, including open content and open data. With such great credentials it seemed natural for Open Knowledge to participate in the Europeana Space project to cooperate on WP3 – The Content Space. Continue reading


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Poster dissemination at EAGLE International Conference

Europeana Space brand new poster has been presented at the International Conference on Information Technologies for Epigraphy and Digital Cultural Heritage in the Ancient World organised by the EAGLE project. The poster is also showcased in the Conference Digital Exhibition web page. Continue reading


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E-Space friends: Decoda, artist led dance organisation

Decoda has supported the Dance E-Space Pilot since Summer 2014 by including us in the Summer Dancing Festival 2014. They have been instrumental in connecting the Pilot partners with various freelance artists, practitioners, teachers, learners and researchers. Decoda has played a crucial role in finding a range of content which the Pilot is now using to test its applications. Photo: Christian Kipp and Summer Dancing/Decoda. Continue reading


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An important conference about creativity and digital cultural heritage

Antonella Fresa, Technical Coordinator of Europeana Space project, says: “This is a golden opportunity for the creative industries, for the cultural institutions, for students and researchers, for anybody interested in the new scenario of digital cultural heritage. This is the occasion to learn what is happening in this sector: join us, follow us on our blog, website and social networks!” Continue reading