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30.04.2019

To the south! Coding da Vinci Kick-Off in Munich

In this year, our Culture Hackathon Coding da Vinci starts in the south of Germany for the first time: 30 cultural institutions from Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg provide their data...

Der digitale Tellerrand 03: Das Virtuelle Migrationsmuseum - eine Reise durch Zeit und Raum
07.11.2018

The Digital Horizon 03: "The Virtual Migration Museum – A Journey through Time and Space"

In future we will be presenting exciting topics and projects from data partners and cooperation partners of the German Digital Library in a series of guest articles: whether it is a new...

CdV RheinMain Square
04.10.2018

Coding da Vinci Rhein-Main: Save the Date!

The upcoming Culture Hackathon in Mainz will focus on the Rhein-Main-Region (Rhine-Main area) with the college and university cities of Aschaffenburg, Darmstadt, Frankfurt/Main, Gießen,...

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...

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...

Save the Date: Coding da Vinci Ost – unser Kultur-Hackathon in Leipzig!
09.04.2018

Save the Date: Coding da Vinci Ost – Our Culture Hackathon in Leipzig!

Since 2014, the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek has, along with its partners Servicestelle Digitalisierung Berlin, Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland and Wikimedia Deutschland, been...

Der digitale Tellerrand 01: „Bewegte Jahre – Ein Web-Journal zur Erkundung des Jugendstils“
06.03.2018

The Digital Horizon 01: „Eventful Years – A Web Journal for the Exploration of Art Nouveau“

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...

Coding da Vinci 2017: Wir brauchen noch viele Hackathons!
05.12.2017

Coding da Vinci 2017: We still need many more hackathons!

“It doesn’t matter who wins. We’ve all benefited from the last six weeks.” Léontine Meijer-van Mensch, Programme Director of the Jüdisches Museum Berlin (Jewish Museum Berlin),...

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...

Save the Date: Die Coding da Vinci Preisverleihung im Jüdischen Museum Berlin
20.11.2017

Save the Date: The Coding da Vinci Prize-giving Ceremony in the Jewish Museum Berlin

The time has come. On 2nd December 2017 we will be revealing the winners of this year’s Cultural Hackathon Coding da Vinci. The programming competition about the nation’s digitised...

Kicking off Coding da Vinci in Berlin
25.10.2017

Kicking off Coding da Vinci in Berlin

Every good event contains a huge scandal. This is also true of the kick-off weekend of Coding da Vinci, our cultural hackathon, in Berlin on 21st/22nd October 2017. Now in this case,...

Wenn Hacker Kulturdaten zum Tanzen bringen - Coding da Vinci Berlin
12.10.2017

When Hackers Make Cultural Data Dance - Coding da Vinci Berlin

Coding da Vinci starts on 21 October. Coding da Vinci is the cultural hackathon in Germany: Freely re-usable applications arise from freely licenced and digitalised cultural assets. For...

Coding da Vinci Logo 2017
25.09.2017

Coding da Vinci the Culture Hackathon Back in Berlin

Since 2014, the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek (German Digital Library) has been organising, together with its partners Servicestelle Digitalisierung Berlin (Service Centre Digitalisation...

Wir sind die DDB: Das Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg
11.09.2017

We are the DDB: The Museum of Art and Design Hamburg

With around 500,000 objects from 4,000 years of the history of mankind, the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKG) (Museum of Art and Design Hamburg) is one of the most important...

Bereit zu teilen?
21.02.2017

Willing to share?

The question of the willingness to share digitally and to make digital participation possible assumes that the cultural heritage institutions (museums, collections and archives) have an...

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...

Save the Date: OPEN! – Konferenz für digitale Innovation
30.11.2016

Save the Date: OPEN! – Conference for digital innovation

For the second time OPEN! – Conference for digital innovation – is taking place on the 7th of December 2016 in Stuttgart. The launch of the conference last year focused on the areas...

Coding da Vinci Nord – Vom Klang der Sterne, Visiting Landmarks und den Kupfergorillas
22.09.2016

Coding da Vinci North – About the Sound of the Stars, Visiting Landmarks and Copper Gorillas

This year the regional edition of our culture hackathon has been published for the first time, to the delight of Philipp Geisler, the head of the project. Justice has been done to the...

Wir sind die DDB: Die Hochschul- und Landesbibliothek Fulda
15.09.2016

We are the DDB: The Hochschul- und Landesbibliothek Fulda

In 1776 the Fürstbischof (Prince-Bishop) Heinrich von Bibra founded a public library in Fulda. It consisted of holdings which had been collected for the most part in the convent library...

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.