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Saving Serbia's forgotten WW1 family stories

Citizens of Serbia urged to contribute to the unique online WW1 archive Europeana 1914-18

The Royal Library of Belgium and Europeana are saving forgotten WW1 family stories

Belgians urged to bring their personal stories to collection days at The Royal Library of Belgium and contribute to unique online WW1 archive Europeana 1914-18

Opening the digital door to European cultural heritage

Spanish citizens are invited to explore, learn and create with Europeana

Gothenburg picture wins Europeana's digitisation competition

The winner of Europeana´s photo competition in Sweden held over the summer is out: Kerstin Namuth and her photo from the historic area Gamla Älvsborg in Gothenburg. The idea was to get Swedes to photograph historical buildings, monuments and sculptures in their country, thus helping in their digitisation. As a result, Swedish culture would be accessible online worldwide and saved for future generations.

Europeana, the Austrian National Library and Google join forces to make Europe's cultural heritage more open

One of the world's most important historic book collections, from the Austrian National Library (Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, www.onb.ac.at), will be made freely available to the public via Europeana.eu. thanks to the library's digitisation programme and Europeana’s introduction of a new rights statement.

Digital cultural content re-imagined

A conference about creativity and digital cultural heritage in Venice on 16-17 October 2014 at the Auditorium S. Margherita Ca’ Foscari Università di Venezia

Welcome to Europeana Professional, where librarians, curators and archivists share digital expertise.

Insight into what we know about how Copyright reform will progress over the coming year. by Julia Fallon, IPR & Policy Advisor Copyright reform is on the EU’s agenda. Following
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
This blog was written by Henning Scholz - Partners & Operations manager at Europeana and Tom Miles - project manager at the British Library. In December 2013, the British Library
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The Europeana Foundation is the operator of the Europeana service, including the search portal at Europeana.eu and related data services such as the Europeana Application Programming Interface (API) and the Linked Open Data pilot. The Foundation is governed by an Executive Committee and Board, and employs full-time and part-time staff.

The Europeana Network is an open, expert forum comprising content holders and aggregators along with providers of technical, legal and strategic knowledge.

Our services are under constant development by content and technology projects, collectively referred to as the Europeana project group.

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