Europeana launches new webpage for the common European data space for cultural heritage

Europeana launches new webpage for the common European data space for cultural heritage

A glimpse of the new webpage of the common European data space for cultural heritage


The common European data space for cultural heritage comprises cutting-edge infrastructure, a vibrant community and a suite of products, frameworks and tools which facilitate the open and trustworthy sharing of heritage data across Europe.

We are excited about the launch of a webpage which offers a gateway into the common European data space for cultural heritage.

The data space works to increase participation in Europe’s cultural heritage and promotes digital culture as a public good. It offers access to high-quality data, with an emphasis on 3D, and encourages people to reuse it and find new value in it. Together with 13 other data spaces, it’s central in Europe’s ambition for a thriving, data-driven society.  It offers enormous potential for the cultural heritage sector and Europe’s citizens. Communicating this potential is critical to ensure that the benefits are felt and opportunities seized. The data space webpage is a way to build understanding of the data space, its distinctive features, the partners that make it possible, the role the Europeana Initiative plays in it, as well as opportunities to contribute to and benefit from it.

The webpage offers an attractive overview of the activities taking place across the data space. Use it to discover the data space in numbers, the partners and organisations behind it, projects which support it and its principal products, developed by the Europeana Initiative. As the data space grows and evolves, the dedicated webpage will continue to be enriched – so stay tuned for fresh updates!

Discover what the data space has to offer through its new webpage.

This effort and blog are part of the project on a common European data space for cultural heritage, for supporting reuse of digital resources and capacity building in the area of digital transformation of the education and cultural sector.

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