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DSI Webinar: DIY digitisation: tips for ambitious GLAMs - 21 July 2021

How to maximise the impact of your digitisation project when having a small budget? Quality is the key.

The webinar, organised by MUSEU aggregator, managed by Michael Culture, within the Europeana DSI Initiative, will take place the 21st July 2021, from 14:30 to 15:30 CEST

This webinar will illustrate basic practices and processes on how to manage your own small-scale digitization projects.Participants will learn few, precise guidelines that will help non-technical staff to write or monitor a digitisation project. Specific attention will be given to book and image scanning and to quality check procedures in the digitisation workflow.

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PROGRAMME
Date: Wednesday 21 July 2021 - 14:30 - 15:30 CEST
Duration: 60 minutes


Speakers:

  • Maria Teresa Natale (MCA)
  • Marzia Piccininno (MCA)
EA Fair

Europeana Aggregators' Fair

16 & 17 June 2021

In June 2021 the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum and Europeana Foundation will hold the first ever Aggregators’ Fair. Europeana Aggregators’ Forum will open their virtual doors to cultural heritage professionals and anyone with an interest in high quality, open cultural heritage content.

The Fair will highlight the current state of affairs in the aggregation of digitised cultural heritage to Europeana. In parallel sessions national and thematic aggregators will speak about how they have developed their activities, and work with Europeana to share and enrich digital content. Three panel sessions will cover the topics of reuse best practices, building capacity for aggregation and developing and producing training.

Discover the programme HERE

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DSI Webinar: Benefits of sharing content with Europeana - April 2021

The webinar, organised by MUSEU aggregator, managed by Michael Culture, within the Europeana DSI Initiative, took place the 19th April 2021, from 17:00 to 18:30 CET

Sharing your data with Europeana, even if beginning with a small dataset, means to gain increased visibility, to bring the collections to new audiences in education, research and the creative industries, and be part of a large community of professionals of digital cultural heritage.  The experts of four small cultural institutions in Poland, Croatia, Hungary, Italy - a scientific association, a museum, a gallery of a university, a virtual museum, will explain how they benefited from being part of the larger community of MUSEU that supported them in the process of creating, sharing and re-using quality digital content for Europeana.

The webinar was targeted to cultural heritage institutions interested in joining Europeana.

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PROGRAMME

Date: Monday 19 April 2021,  17:00 - 18:30 CET

Duration: 90 minutes

- Introduction about MUSEU, Corinne Szteinsznaider (MCA)


- The experience of a museum, Vesna Lovrić Plantić (Museum of Arts and Crafts - MUO)


- The experience of a university gallery, Julia Katona (Schola Graphidis Art Collection | Hungarian University of Fine Arts - High School of Visual Arts)


- The experience of a research association, Maria Sliwinska (ICIMMS)


- The experience of a cultural association, Maria Teresa Natale (Ass. Cult. GoTellGo)


- The experience of a European Project: Memex (Corinne Szteinsznaider (MCA)


- Open mic


DSI Webinar: Museums going digital: why invest on quality digital content? - April 2021

The webinar, organised by MUSEU aggregator, managed by Michael Culture, within the Europeana DSI Initiative, took place the 29th April 2021, from 14:30 to 15:30 CET

The NEMO report “Follow-up survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on museums in Europe” issued in January 2021 highlighted the increased importance of digital museum offers in a changing world. Many institutions received financial support for new investments in digital infrastructures and/or digital programmes but they also claimed lack of skills in digital literacy.It’s now time for the museums to (re)think their digital strategy to supply their visitors with quality services.This webinar will address the evolution of the digital approach of museums in a post-pandemic world and illustrates the Europeana frameworks and resources that the European museums may apply to create, share and reuse quality digital content.

The webinar was targeted to Museum professionals interested in joining Europeana.

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PROGRAMME

Date: 29 April 2021 - 14:30 - 15:30 CET

Duration: 60 minutes

- Key findings of the NEMO report “Follow-up survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on museums in Europe” - Elizabeth Rosenberg (NEMO)

- Sharing content in Europeana - Marzia Piccininno (MCA)

- MUSEU resources - Maria Teresa Natale (MCA)

- Open mic

Europeana Lisbon

Save the date: Europeana Conference 2019

26-29.11.2019, Lisbon

The 2019 Europeana conference/Europeana Network Association Annual General Meeting will take place at the National Library of Portugal.

It will bring bring together communities from tech, communications, impact, research, education and copyright.

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Aggregator

ACCREDITATiION FOR EUROPEANA  AGGREGATORS

MUSEU_HUB is one of the Europeana accredited aggregator to the Europeana service.

The Europeana Aggregators Forum (EAF) and the Europeana Foundation have now an accreditation process for the Aggregators involved in Europeana Initiative.

Access to the list on Europeana PRO

 

Europeana Foundation Business Plan 2019

The EF business plan 2019 is out !Subtitled ‘Our common culture’, it explains how the EF contribution to their Europeana Initiative mission this year aiming to improve the quality of the Europeana Core Service.

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Aggregators for digital cultural heritage in Europe


MUSEU-HUB is one of the aggregators involved in the Europeana Initiative.

Aggregators work with cultural institutions and collectors to gather authentic, trustworthy and robust data and content and make it accessible to Europeana, education clouds, research infrastructures, creatives, developers and the general public.

Learn more about the Aggregation landscape and the domain, thematic and national aggregators.

Download the Aggregators Factsheet

COPYRIGHT

Updated Data Exchange Agreement (DEA), now online on Europeana.eu

The Europeana Data Exchange Agreement (DEA) is the legal agreement that structures the relationship between Europeana and its data partners. The updated version has been just published on Europeana Pro.

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DSI4 2018-2020
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Europeana DSI-4 // September 2018-August 2020

The Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) showcases and provides online access to Europe’s cultural and scientific heritage.

Europeana DSI-4 is a continuation of the previous Europeana DSI projects (Europeana DSI, DSI-2, DSI-3). Europeana DSI-4 operates the Europeana core service platform from mid-2018 to mid-2020.

Michael Culture is the Expert Hub for museums in Europe
Michael Culture manages MUSEU-HUB , a reference point for European museums and other cultural institutions hosting museum collections in the field of digital cultural heritage and aggregation for Europeana.It provides services, good practices, training, help-desk, documentation, updating on digitisation, standards, aggregation, IPR and reuse, multilingualism and terminologies, digital exhibitions, digital storytelling tools.

Access to MUSEU - Hub online platform

DSI4: Read more on Europeana Pro

 
DSI3 2017-2018
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Europeana DSI-3 is a continuation of the previous Europeana DSI projects (Europeana DSI and Europeana DSI-2).
The DSI-3 project operates the Europeana core service platform from mid-2017 to mid-2018.
The Europeana DSI-3 consortium consists of Europeana Foundation as coordinator as well as 28 partners from ten different countries represented by aggregators and expert hubs, developers, experts and organisations with relevant distribution networks. Read More

Michael Culture is the Expert Hub for museums in Europe
Michael Culture manages MUSEU-HUB , a reference point for European museums and other cultural institutions hosting museum collections in the field of digital cultural heritage and aggregation for Europeana.It provides services, good practices, training, help-desk, documentation, updating on digitisation, standards, aggregation, IPR and reuse, multilingualism and terminologies, digital exhibitions, digital storytelling tools.

Access to MUSEU - Hub online platform

 
DSI 1 & DSI 2
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Digital Service Infrastructure - April 2014 - August 2017

DSI 1 (April 2014 - June 2016) + DSI 2 (June 2016 - August 2017)

Objective
DSIs are composed of ‘core service platforms’ which enable trans-European connectivity and interoperability, and related ‘generic services’ which link national and sectorial infrastructures to the platforms.
Under funding from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Trans-European Telecommunications Networks Work Programme 2014 & 2016 , Europeana will develop into a widely recognised platform of services and resources, not only for metadata references, but also for access to cultural content, tools and technologies, projects and other services.

As a Digital Service Infrastructure, Europeana will continue to connect the online collections of Europe’s cultural heritage institutions. 

The core objectives of the Europeana DSI are to innovate the aggregation infrastructure, boost the distribution infrastructure and work towards long-term financial stability through business model innovation.

To create a complete, cohesive and integrated Digital Service Infrastructure, Europeana relies on its partnerships with domain and national aggregating partners - including Michael Culture -  are involved in the project, leading by Stichting Europeana Europeana Foundation.

Michael Culture is involved as the aggregator for museums. 

More information  in Europeana Pro

 

 
MICHAEL CULTURE ACTIVITIES - WORKSHOPS
Michael Culture Association
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ATELIER DSI WORKSHOP : 19.05.2016, Paris

Atelier Europeana DSI “Valorisez vos collections avec Europeana”
Europeana DSI Workshop: «Valorize your collections with Europeana»

A propos / About
Un atelier dédié aux musées et institutions culturelles françaises,

organisé par l’association européenne Michael Culture, en partenariat avec le ministère de la Culture et de la communication – SG/Département des Programmes Numériques (DPN), Direction Générale des Patrimoines
dans le cadre du projet européen Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI).

Objectif : présenter et réfléchir aux nouveaux développements de la plateforme Europeana ainsi que MUSEU-Hub, centre de ressource et agrégateur pour les musées européens, géré par l’association Michael Culture.

A Workshop dedicated to French museums and cultural institutions,
organized by European association Michael Culture, in partnership with the French Ministry of Culture and communication – SG/Département des Programmes Numériques (DPN), Direction Générale des Patrimoines
under the framework of Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) project.

Objective: to present and reflect on the new developments of Europeana platform as well as MUSEU – Hub the resource center & aggregator for European museums managed by association Michael Culture.

Présentations & Synthèses / Presentations & Synthesis

Agenda

Présentations : Michael Culture ; Ministère de la Culture ; Europeana ; Museu Hub ; Museo Thyssen ; Europeana 280 ; NEMO
Synthèse de la table ronde : bientôt en ligne / coming soon
Atelier 1 : synthèse / synthesis
Atelier 2 : synthèse / synthesis

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DSI WORKSHOP : 15-16.02.2016, Berlin
Europeana DSI Workshop: «Tools to make your collection widely visible»
Co-organized by Michael Culture, NEMO and SPK, within the Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) project.

A 2 days European event dedicated to museums organisations and museums members of NEMO and Michael Culture open to German museums.
The objective was to invite museums to learn about digital tools to manage their online collection

15.02.2016 Open workshop “Tools to make your collection widely visible”
16.02.2016 Practical workshop

Agenda
Presentations 15.02.2016: Hagedorn-Saupe, Klimpel, Natale, Pagel, Piccininno, Wassermann
Presentations 16.02.2016: Piccininno_Workflow, ROHDE-ENSLIN_museu, SIMOU_MInt, Regine Stein

 
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DSI WORKSHOP : 09.10.2015, Bologna

"Cultural institutions towards Europeana: opportunities, licenses and IPR issues" 

Organized by Michael Culture In cooperation with Istituto per i beni artistici e culturali della Regione Emilia-Romagna and the AthenaPlus Project  Within Europeana DSI Project.

This workshop aimed at invite museums to join Europeana through the MUSEU aggregator, managed by the European Association MICHAEL Culture.

NEMO presented on this occasion his report "Survey on Museums and Copyright" published in August, 2015

Agenda
Presentations : R.Caffo , A.Zucchini , de Robbio , M.Piccininno , C.Salmini
Nemo : "Survey on Museums and Copyright"

 

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