We are pleased to announce that Naturalis Biodiversity Center Leiden, ranking among the worlds biggest natural history collections has joined OpenUp!
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Marco Rendina, voice of the EAF Steering Group, says: ‘Aggregators have been the lifeblood of the Europeana initiative since its very beginning, and the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum, which represents all of them, should make its voice heard alongside the Europeana Foundation to advocate for the fundamental role of Europeana in our shared cultural heritage landscape, now and in the years to come.’
read more about the latest news from the Europeana Aggregator Forum Steering Group on EuropeanaPro...
On April 25, 2018, when the election for the Europeana Aggregator Forum Steering Group closed, 31 aggregators have casted their vote.
Europeana Aggregators: domain, thematic, national, regional
The next Aggregator Forum is to take place from March 22 to 23, 2018 in Berlin, hosted by the State Library of Berlin. See you there...
Using the XML harvesting schema LIDO (Lightweight Information Describing Objects), OpenUp! established another standard workflow, designed in particular for delivering rich metadata museum objects to Europeana
Article on the BioCASe Monitor Service has been published in the first volume of the Biodiversity Data Journal earlier this month. You can access the article using this link or through the "Publications" section.
Last week the OpenUp! project successfully reached its second year and on that occasion we organized the 2nd Annual meeting in Prague.
The fourth OpenUp! Newsletter has recently been published at the project website.
The death cap is one of the most poisonous mushrooms in the northern hemisphere. However, did you know that food prepared with a death cap is extremely tasty?