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At a virtual kick-off meeting, we would like to present the work of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek and the Department of Monument Preservation and enable participants to get to know the processes involved and the work that has been done so far.

From 8 – 10 November 2022, representatives of the team for the development of the topic portal "Compensation for National Socialist Injustice" were guests at the Yad Vashem Memorial and Educational Site in Jerusalem.

Our review a year ago was very special: neither did anyone know yet how the global pandemic situation would develop, nor did anyone know when normal everyday work, office and public life would be possible again.

On 28 October 2022, the Deutsches Zeitungsportal celebrated its first birthday. On 1 December, the threshold of one million available newspaper editions was exceeded.

Ten years ago, on 28 November 2012, the first beta version of the German Digital Library was presented. A lot has happened since then and we would like to take this anniversary as an opportunity to review the most important stages of our development.

The energy and enthusiasm with which the Coding da Vinci community pursues its goal of disseminating and using open cultural data in institutions and civil society was once again demonstrated to a special degree at the official Coding da Vinci final confer

Vor beinahe sieben Jahren, im November 2015, hat die Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek ihr Portal für Datenpartner DDBpro online gestellt. Die Idee dahinter? Mit dem stetigen Zuwachs der neuen und bestehenden Datenpartner steigen auch die Anforderungen an Prozessorganisation und Informationsbereitstellung.

The theme portal "Reparations for National Socialist Injustice", initiated and financed by the Bundesministerium für Finanzen (Federal Ministry of Finance), has been online in Archive Portal-D since 1 June. In a first stage of the portal, holdings from State archives can now be researched in one location for the first time.

Coding da Vinci hat vier neue Stipendiat*innen. Insgesamt hatten sich zwölf Stipendienanwärter*innen im Nachgang von Coding da Vinci Ost³ um die Förderung beworben. „Freiheit DIY“ und „Radikale Gespräche“ gingen als Siegerprojekte aus der Jurysitzung am 6. Juli hervor.

Was wäre, wenn wir das zerstörte Troja in einem Computerspiel wieder aufbauen können? Macht eine Anwendung an der Schnittstelle von Mode und Augmented Reality moderne Kunst für Besucher*innen zugänglicher? Wie können wir historische Zeitungen möglichst einfach nach relevanten Geschehnissen durchsuchen?