In this session, moderated by Vassilis Tzouvaras, the speakers explored the experience of digital culture following different paths of Europeana projects.
The first talk comprised of two presentations, aiming to disseminate the experience gained through EUscreenXL and Europeana Sounds projects. Arne Stabenau, senior developer at NTUA, presented EUscreenXL, the sequel of EUscreen network that functions as an expert hub in which archival organizations from different cultural and professional backgrounds experiment with the various possibilities of online publishing.
Nikos Simou, Senior Researcher at NTUA, presented Europeana Food and Drink and Europeana Sounds projects, and disseminated the results and the experienced gained and the lessons learnt via the participation in these projects.
Then, Marco Rendina, founder and CTO of the Europeana Fashion International Association, presented Europeana Fashion that brings together more than 30 public and private archives and museums, coming from 13 European countries, in order to collect and give public access to more than 750.000 high-quality digital fashion objects, available for all to enjoy and re-use.
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Dimitris Gavrilis, Scientific Associate at the Digital Curation Unit (DCU) of Athena Research Centre, presented MORe, a curation-oriented metadata aggregator that enable users to create their own enrichment plans that best suit their data, choose among a number of readily available enrichment micro-services and configure them without any programming knowledge.
The session ended with questions from the audience to speakers.