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Vom Zettelkasten zum Archivserver. Digitale Nutzungsmöglichkeiten von Bibliotheken, Museen und Archiven nach geltendem Urheberrecht - Ein Beitrag von Till Kreutzer
21.04.2016

From card index to archive server. Options of digital use of libraries, museums and archives under applicable copyright law – An article by Till Kreutzer

The first publication of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek “A Future for the Past – Cultural Heritage in the Digital World” (“Der Vergangenheit eine Zukunft – Kulturelles Erbe in der...

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...

Onleihe und virtueller Museumsbummel. Das Menschenrecht auf kulturelle Teilhabe im 21. Jahrhundert - Ein Beitrag von Ellen Euler und Thomas Dreier
06.04.2016

Online borrowing and virtual museum tour. The right to cultural participation in the 21st century - an article by Ellen Euler and Thomas Dreier

The first publication of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek “A Future for the Past – Cultural Heritage in the Digital World” (“Der Vergangenheit eine Zukunft – Kulturelles Erbe in der...

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...

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24.06.2015

A boost for digital access to cultural heritage: BAM Consortium for Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek

The consortial partners of BAM, the joint portal for Bibliotheken, Archive and Museen (libraries, archives and museums), are recommending the transferral of all BAM data into the...

Der Großstadtziegel, Allegorien und Klangvisualisierungen: Das Finale von Coding da Vinci
22.06.2015

The Big-city Tile, Allegories and Sound Visualisations: The Finale of Coding da Vinci

The hackers involved in the Coding da Vinci Culture Hackathon have had ten weeks to develop their ideas using material from 47 data sets received from 33 cultural institutions.

Die Bilder der Digitalisierung – „Der Vergangenheit eine Zukunft. Kulturelles Erbe in der Digitalen Welt“
08.06.2015

The digitisation process in images – “A Future for the Past - Cultural Heritage in a Digital World”

To accompany the first publication by the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, “A Future for the Past – Cultural Heritage in a Digital World”, photographer and film theorist Jürgen Keiper has...