Cookie Information
Diese Webseite verwendet Cookies. Bei weiterer Nutzung gehen wir davon aus, dass Sie mit der Nutzung von Cookies einverstanden sind. Impressum

Completed research projects
Digital Library


Europeana Sounds

Project coordination

The British Library, United Kingdom and Northern Ireland

Project duration

February 2014 until January 2017

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

In the Europeana Sounds project online access to more than 540,000 high-quality sound recordings  and 225,000 other music-relevant objects such as music manuscripts, printed materials, photos or videos is enabled via the Europeana online portal. 

» to the project website


Europeana DSI 

Project coordination

Europeana Foundation, Netherlands

Project duration

April 2015 until August 2017

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

As a digital service infrastructure, DSI-2 is the core project of Europeana, aiming to connect the online collections of Europe’s cultural heritage institutions.

» to the project website


Aparsen - Alliance Permanent Access to the Records of Science in Europe Network

Project management

Science and Technology Facilities Council, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Project duration

January 2011 to December 2014

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

The challenges posed by the digital long-term archiving of information and data were discussed with 30 partners in the APARSEN project. The aim of the project was to develop solutions for technical processes and for legal and economic questions concerning long-term archiving, and to raise awareness for this important topic.

» to the project website


DM2E – Digitised Manuscripts to Europeana

Project management

Institute for Library and Information Science at the Humboldt University of Berlin

Project duration

February 2012 to January 2015

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

19 million pages of manuscripts were added to Europeana in DM2E. Work was performed on an automated process to be able to convert source meta data formats of different institutions to the Europeana meta data format. Furthermore, a test scenario was developed to demonstrate the added value of semantic data for science.

» to the project website


Europeana Creative

Project management

Austrian National Library

Project duration

February 2013 to July 2015

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

The primary focus of Europeana Creative was on the reuse of cultural heritage content found on Europeana, as well as its meta data on the part of the creative industry sector. The Europeana Labs Network was established to this end, legal and economic framework conditions were discussed and a range of applications was developed.

» to the project website


Europeana Collections 1914-18

Project management

Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Project duration

May 2011 to April 2014

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

In the course of the Europeana 1914-1918 project, over 425,000 particularly relevant and sometimes fragile objects were compiled in the European Digital Library Europeana from ten national libraries and other partners from eight different countries that were on different sides of the historical conflict.

» to the project website


Europeana Connect

Project management

Austrian National Library

Project duration

May 2009 to October 2011

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

EuropeanaConnect developed key infrastructure components and services for the European Digital Library (Europeana), collecting more than 150,000 music files from European audio archives for Europeana.

» to the project website


Europeana Food and Drink

Project management

Collections Trust, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Project duration

January 2014 to June 2016

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

Europeana Food and Drink set itself the objective of presenting the rich and varied culture of food and drink in Europe, as well as its cultural assets. The project focused on actively involving the general public, creative industry, cultural institutions as well as the food and beverage industry in the recording, participation and use of subject-related digital content, which resulted in the creation of a range of applications and products for commercial use in the course of the project.

» to the project website


Europeana Newspapers

Project management

Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Project duration

February 2012 to January 2015

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

As part of the Europeana Newspaper project, 18 European partner institutions made over 18 million newspaper pages available via the online portal Europeana. The project also concentrated on specific technical challenges when preparing digitised newspapers (OCR, OLR, NER).

» to the project website


Europeana Travel

Project management

National Library of Estonia

Project duration

May 2009 to April 2011

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

The aim of EuropeanaTravel was the digitalisation of the collections of European university and national libraries on the subjects of travel and tourism, as well as the making available of digital copies via the online platform Europeana.

» to the project website


IMPACT

Project management

Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands

Project duration

January 2008 to June 2012

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

IMPACT (IMProving ACcess to Text) developed technical and strategic tools aimed at facilitating the distribution and, thus, access to digitalised historical holdings (publication period from 1500 to ca. 1930).

» to the project website


PLANETS

Project management

The British Library, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Project duration

June 2006 to May 2010

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

PLANETS (Preservation and Long-term Access through Networked Services) developed solutions to ensure long-term access to digital resources.

» to the project website


SCAPE

Project management

AIT Austrian Institute for Technology GmbH

Project duration

February 2011 to September 2014

Funding

European Commission

Brief description

The focus of the SCAPE project was on scalable measures for long-term archiving, i.e. data processing methods such as text processing, image data analysis or format migration that can be applied to very large data volumes. The scalability was implemented in SCAPE with the support of cloud-based technologies based on Apache Hadoop, a framework to process large data volumes in a dispersed cluster.

» to the project website

JavaScript deaktiviert oder Chat nicht verfügbar.
Live Chat