EuropeanaLocal

EuropeanaLocal

EuropeanaLocal (http://www.europeanalocal.eu) is a three-year project co-funded by the European Commission from the eContentPlus programme. It is built? on the existing multiplier networks of local institutions to bring together a consortium that represents 32 countries with broad ranging experience of the cultural sector, digital libraries, standards and aggregation services. Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center acts as a country coordinator for Poland; it is also a member of the Project Management Board.

EuropeanaLocal will establish the Best Practice Network which will, over three years, improve the interoperability of the digital content held by regional and local institutions, and make it accessible through the Europeana (http://europeana.eu) service of the European Digital Library and to other services. There is a pressing need to involve Europe’s network of local and regional libraries, museums and archives more extensively in making the enormous amount of digital content that they hold available through Europeana. Such involvement will bring together a rich diversity of content of all types, cultures and languages making it possible to establish integrated services with great richness, and adding value for communities and individual users.
Scheduled start date: 2008-06-01
Scheduled finish date: 2011-05-31
Status: completed
 

Contact:
PCSS
Adam Dudczak
ul. Dąbrowskiego 79a, 60-529 Poznań
61 858 2165
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On February 8th 2012 another data synchronisation between  Polish Digital Libraries Federation and Europeana has been finished. Europeana is a portal which aim is to give access to digitised cultural heritage coming from collections of European cultural heritage institutions. This portal is filled with data about cultural heritage objects via a network of so called metadata aggregators – services which are responsible for gathering data from cultural heritage institutions and passing it to Europeana (with some additional processing if necessary).
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Winners of the Poznan Hack4Europe edition and winners of the European Commission Hack4Europe in the category "project with the highest business value", met in Warsaw with the Minister of Economy – Waldemar Pawlak.
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Art4Europe Application, winner of the Poznan Hack4Europe edition in the category of the greatest commercial potential, was among the four best European applications. Creators of the project received the award at the Digital Agenda Assembly in Brussels.
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