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kulturerbe.niedersachsen.de: Niedersachsens kulturelles Gedächtnis
24.01.2019

kulturerbe.niedersachsen.de: Lower Saxony's cultural memory

Our publication "Federal Diversity – Global Networking: Strategies of the Federal States for the Cultural Heritage in the Digital World" (released in September 2016) for the first time...

Coding da Vinci Nord – Unser Kultur-Hackathon in Hamburg
21.07.2016

Coding da Vinci Nord – Our Culture Hackathon in Hamburg

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

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...

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...

Wenn Kultureinrichtungen und Entwickler zusammenfinden: Coding da Vinci – Der Workshop bei „Zugang gestalten!“
02.11.2015

When Cultural Institutions and Developers Meet: Coding da Vinci – The Workshop at “Shaping Access!”

For two years in a row now the cultural data hackathon Coding da Vinci has brought cultural institutions and their digitised data sets together with developers and designers to deliver...

Als Osten noch oben war: Historische Land- und Seekarten in der Deutschen Digitalen Bibliothek
04.09.2015

When East Was Still Up: Historical Maps and Sea Charts in the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek

“North is up”: Today’s seldom questioned convention of defining the cardinal direction North on the upper edge of maps and sea charts is actually a relatively young approach...