MUO poster on AthenaPlus was awarded for the best design.
Yesterday the coordinators of the two projects Rosa Caffo and Silvia Orlandi has signed a memorandum of understanding to do joint activities.
Yesterday, Europeana launched the Europeana Dreams to help envision a shared future.
Nadezhda Brakker presented a paper in Russian "Russian content in Europeana" during the 15th Annual international conference «EVA 2013 Moscow, Information society, culture, education».
Olga Barkova gave a presentation at the International Scientific Congress "Informational Society in Ukraine" last 29 October 2013.
Athena Plus and the collection of historical documents of the Romanian Academy Library have been presented during the event "Cultural Walk on Calea Victoriei" last 26 October 2013.
The main objective of this deliverable, edited by NTUA, is to describe the MINT ingestion platform presenting its architecture and the technologies used for its implementations.
All the presentations are now svailable.
At the conference, the objectives of the Athena Plus project were explained, as well as concepts such as LOD, OWL and digital storytelling.
Europeana is on the brink of entering a new phase of its existence. After 5 years of hard work, operating on short-term project funding through EU innovation programmes, Europeana is now lined up to be funded on a more permanent basis as a ‘Digital Service Platform’. That requires to re-imagine what we would like Europeana to be in the future, an exercise for which we would like to invite you to participate.
The objective of this deliverable is to provide an overview of the Linked Open Data (LOD) sources that could be used for linking the AthenaPlus content.
On Thursday 19 September 2013 in the city of Bologna, on the occasion of The Learning Museum Project International Conference, the European Museum Academy will present its Prize to the Europeana Foundation
Training course: Cultural Mediation & Storytelling in Museums - using theatre, video and digital technologies
A practical training course for adults working in the cultural field (museum and cultural heritage professionals, theatre professionals, etc.) in any stage of their career. EU-citizens can apply for a European IST-Grant (Grundtvig In service Training mobility Grant)
Published AthenaPlus D5.2 Report on existing tools and devices related to narrative approaches and requirements functionalities
This deliverable, coordinated by Dédale and PACKED, provides an overview of existing tools and applications that may serve as examples for the development of the creative applications for the (re)use of digital cultural heritage content that will be developed in the AthenaPlus WP5.
The DoW of the AthenaPlus project describes deliverable D4.1 as follows: “a first release of GLAM-sector terminologies with a terminology resource report. It describes the results of the analyses of GLAM terminologies, the selection criteria used for the collection of suitable reference terminologies, as well as a detailed overview of the terminologies gathered in the registry of terminologies.”