OpenUp! Resources

The Natural History Aggregator OpenUp! welcomes and invites all kinds of natural history or scientific institutions to join and share their precious heritage in a digitized manner with the world via the Europeana platform. Especially for smaller or medium size institutes we offer tailored support (helpdesk) and training events.

CONTENTS

   Workshops  (2016, 2017)

   OpenUp! Administrative Documents
  
   Europeana Infos
 
                                           

Workshops

2016

Workshop Montpellier (F)

 

Participants of the Montpellier Workshop 2016

Resources of the Montpellier Workshop:

Montpellier workshop 2016 01 - Europeana Intro
Montpellier workshop 2016 02 - OpenUp!
Montpellier workshop 2016 03 - Data Highway to Europeana
Montpellier workshop 2016 04 - OpenUp! Metadata
Montpellier workshop 2016 05 - Access to the Memory of Europe
Montpellier workshop 2016 06 - Copyright
Montpellier workshop 2016 07 - Documents

2017

Workshop Graz (A)

 

          

http://conference.ait.co.at/digbib/index.php/digbib2017/digbib2017/paper/view/137

Resources of the Graz Workshop:

Graz workshop 2017 01 - Europeana Overview
Graz workshop 2017 02 - Mitmachen bei OpenUp!
Graz workshop 2017 03 - Technische Details für Naturhistorische Daten
Graz workshop 2017 04 - Technische Details zur Aggregation
 


OpenUp! Administrative Documents

                                

Memorandum of Understanding       Service Level Agreement


Europeana Infos

  Europeana  Licensing Framework                                                

     https://pro.europeana.eu/resources/standardization-tools/europeana-licensing-framework

Europeana Publishing Framework

   

Find the Publishing Framework in currently seven European Languages under: https://pro.europeana.eu/post/publishing-framework

To manage data and deliver it in higher quality to the audiences, Europeana has developed two sets of guidelines (tiers) of participation. The content tiers were developed in 2015, the metadata tiers added in 2018.

      


Europeana Data Exchange Agreement

Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith