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23.11.2018

Happy Birthday Europeana – more than just a big sister

In November 2008 it went online for the first time – the European digital library “Europeana”, launched by six European Heads of State and Government and the President of the Commission...

Coding da Vinci Log quadratisch
25.06.2018

The German Federal Cultural Foundation supports cultural hackathon!

There is great joy about the official decision announced on 21 June 2018: within the scope of the programme Kultur digital (working title) of the Kulturstiftung des Bundes (KSB), the...

Unser erstes DDBforum: Ein Rückblick
18.06.2018

Our First DDBforum: A Review

„Cultural heritage is no end in itself, it is the future of all of us“ – this closing statement by Dr. Uwe Koch, national coordinator of the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018...

Der digitale Tellerrand 02: „Gerda Koepff: Zukunftsweisende Sammlerin von Jugendstilgläsern“
08.05.2018

The Digital Horizon 02: „Gerda Koepff, pioneering collector of Art Nouveau glass“

In a series of guest contributions, we will present exciting topics and projects of data and cooperation partners of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek in the future: be it a new way of...

Ein bisschen Schnee, viele Bücher und wir mittendrin: Die Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek auf der Leipziger Buchmesse 2018
21.03.2018

A Little Snow, Many Books And We Were Right in the Middle: The Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek at the Leipzig Book Fair 2018

Although snow and ice made it difficult or even impossible for many visitors to attend the fair – trains no longer came through – a total of 270,000 visitors found their way to the...

Worte für Vielfalt: Die Leipziger Buchmesse 2018 – Save the Date!
13.02.2018

Words for Diversity: The Leipzig Book Fair 2018 – Save the Date!

“Many topics will be discussed in eventful times as a matter of course. We look forward to being a platform for these discussions – sometimes loud, sometimes thoughtful, sometimes...

Wir gratulieren! Die Servicestelle Digitalisierung des Landes Berlin digiS feiert 5 Jahre Förderprogramm
01.12.2017

Congratulations! The Service Centre Digitisation of the Federal State of Berlin digiS is celebrating the 5th anniversary of its funding programme

The Service Centre Digitisation of the Federal State of Berlin is an institution for interdisciplinary advice on support and coordination of digitisation projects and – just like the...

Chroniken, Tiergeräusche und immer wieder Rigoletto: Die Leipziger Buchmesse 2017
03.04.2017

Chronicles, animal sounds and Rigoletto over and over again: The Leipzig Book Fair 2017

This year's booth of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek is in hall 5, between the taz-studio, a small carpentry, the blogger lounge and the booth of the City of Magdeburg. Many people...

Die Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek auf der Leipziger Buchmesse 2017
28.02.2017

The Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek at the Leipzig Book Fair 2017

From 23 to 26 March a total of 2,100 exhibitors will present themselves to around 260,000 visitors in over 3,200 events at the largest German public fair, the Leipzig Book Fair. The...

Das geht auf keine Kuhhaut! – Papyrus, Pergament und antike Bibliothekskriege
02.02.2017

That’s going too far! – Papyrus, Parchment and Ancient Library Wars

In February 2016 Great Britain was shaken by a scandal. To save costs, the dual original copies of new legislative texts for Parliament and the National Archives were no longer to be...

Die selektive Geschichte einiger Seeleute, des Schiffbaus und dem Beginn einer Epoche
04.08.2016

The selective story of some sailors, shipbuilding and the beginning of an era

When Carl Nicolai Christiansen is born on Sylt in 1864, it lasts only two years until the world would take its first step towards the global village.

Historische Speisekarten oder Die kuriose Geschichte der Frank E. Buttolph
30.05.2016

Historical menus or The curious story of Frank E. Buttolph

In August of the year 1900, readers of the US “Hotel Monthly” magazine found this advertisement: “It is of great importance that the menus are well-packed and put between two large...

Ein kurzer Rückblick auf die drei Frühjahrsmessen
20.04.2016

A brief review of three spring trade fairs

During the week from 14 to 20 March 2016, staff from Frankfurt, Berlin and Stuttgart came to represent us with stands, consultations and lectures at CeBIT, the Library Congress in...

Die neue Europeana-Kampagne auf Twitter und Facebook: I am @europeanaeu
04.04.2016

I am @europeanaeu: Find your hero(ine) in Europeana

From Asta Nielsen to Zoroaster , there are lots of famous faces from history in Europeana. Old, young, familiar or sometimes even forgotten. But who inspires you, and why?
We want you...

Die Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek auf den großen Messen im März
23.02.2016

The Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek at the large trade fairs in March

If you visit the CeBIT in Hanover or the Library Congress and the Book Fair in Leipzig in March, you are very welcome to pay us a visit at our stands. This year we are present at the...

Bärte oder Wie Luther (fast) den Hasen rettete
19.02.2016

Beards or How Luther (almost) saved the hare

In order to finance the Northern War against the Swedish Empire in 1700, Peter I, Tsar of Russia, had a creative idea: a new tax was needed and so he introduced the “Bartkopeke” (beard...

Das mysteriöse Verschwinden der Wikinger aus Grönland
26.01.2016

The mysterious disappearance of the Vikings from Greenland

Theories on why the Vikings disappeared from Greenland are abundant: they range from epidemics to shortages of supply, from homesickness to climate changes. For a long time, it was...

Ablieferung von Netzpublikationen durch den Zitierenden. Sicherung der Persistenz von Onlinequellen in der Wissenschaft - Ein Beitrag von Jan Schallaböck
09.12.2015

Delivery of Internet Publications by the Quote Contributor. Securing the Stability of Online Sources in Science - An article by Jan Schallaböck

The first publication of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, “A Future for the Past – Cultural Heritage in a Digital World” appeared in March of 2015.

Lesesaal. Technische Informationsbibliothek Hannover (TIB). Foto: Jürgen Keiper (CC BY 4.0)
25.11.2015

From ESE to EDM and Beyond: How Europeana is Facilitating Access to Cultural Heritage Objects

The first publication of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, “A Future for the Past – Cultural Heritage in a Digital World” appeared in March of 2015.

Schlangen, Drachen und frühe Synthesizer: Historische Musikinstrumente in der Deutschen Digitalen Bibliothek
18.11.2015

Snakes, Dragons and Early Synthesizers: Historical Musical Instruments in the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek

Instruments that are so expensive that their inventors recommend that you build them yourself, Hector Berlioz delivers fatal marketing blows and Japanese dragons. While researching...