On Wednesday, 16 July from 17h-20h CET the team from Europeana will be organising a hands on workshop and a webinar demonstrating how to use the Europeana API and include it into your applications.
The Europeana team will be dedicating this month to the issue of public domain.
A lecture with the title Cultural heritage institutions as guardians of public domain works in the digital environment will take place in the evening of Friday 4 July 2014, at the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The Europeana Creative project has been launching a series of so called 'challenges', that is to say, competitions aimed to identify, incubate and spin off into the commercial sector viable online applications based on the re-use of digital cultural heritage content accessible via europeana.eu.
Registration to 'Archives and Cultural Industries' is now open. This includes a series of events which will take place in Girona, Spain, on 13-15 October 2014.
During a meeting on 20 May, the Council of the European Union has adopted important conclusions on cultural heritage recognising it as a strategic resource for a sustainable Europe.
A short article introducing the LoCloud video has been published on Europeana Pro Blog.
Europeana Creative has recently organised the first Challenge Event aimed at creative developers and entrepreneurs. The challenge was to create innovative applications using the Europeana collections on the theme of Natural History Education and History Education.
The first technical review of the project will take place in Luxembourg at the European Commission premises on Wednesday, 7 May 2014.