Background

The “Handbook of Culture Portals – Online Cultural and Scientific Offerings” was published in October 2015. The handbook consists of four parts: “Introduction and Importance of Culture Portals”, “Legal and Commercial Aspects or Aspects of Utilisation”, as well as “Trans-regional Portals” and “Regional Portals”...

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 digitalen Welt”) appeared in March 2015.

In September of last year, the Europeana, the European counterpart to the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, introduced its position paper on copyright law and demanded an update of European copyright law.

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

The Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek began their thematic trailer series "Culture and Knowledge Online" in 2013. In the short films, various aspects which are relevant for guaranteeing every citizen digital access to cultural and scientific heritage over the long term are presented and illustrated.

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

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

What makes it worthwhile to participate in the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek? Which institutions actually come into question as DDB data partners? And what steps must be taken when becoming a DDB partner? This and many more questions are answered by DDBpro, which is intended for both new and current data partners.

The complex world of metadata is one of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek’s central fields of work and an area of work in which the processes and developments are virtually “invisible” to outsiders. In the process, the quality of the metadata is crucial to making the digitised products from archives, libraries, media libraries and museums not only “accessible, but also visible”

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