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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 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...

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...

Das Archivportal-D feiert sein Jubiläum – wir gratulieren!
24.09.2015

Archivportal-D Is Celebrating Its Anniversary – Congratulations from Us!

Archivportal-D provides sector-specific access to the records of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek and is celebrating its first birthday. It was activated on 24th September 2014 as part...

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...