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„Hamlet polski”, Jan Malczewski, 1903, National Museum in Warsaw, public domain
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Tu Europeana

More than fifty million digitized books, works of art and films freely accessible at a single website. How can we reuse them? How can we grow them? We're reaching out to a specifically targeted audience of the platform, inviting potential users to take part in a series of informative and educational events.
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Focus: education
Focus: digital collection holders
Focus: creative industries
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Europeana is Europe's largest collection of digital objects from the world of art, culture and science. Europeana gives access to cultural objects, coming from over 3.500 libraries, museums, galleries and archives of Europe. 

More than two million books and manuscripts, photos and paintings, sculptures, music scores and videos, diaries and maps available on Europeana comes from Polish institutions, among others, the National Library, the Federation of Digital Libraries, the Museum of the History of Photography, the National Museums in Warsaw and Krakow, the Jewish Historical Institute and the National Audiovisual Institute. The platform provides access to huge number of Polish archival content available in a wider, European context. 

The aim of Tu Europeana project, coordinated by NInA, is to raise awareness about Europeana and its collections in Poland and to introduce Europeana’s potential to serve as a source of inspiration for Polish creators and educators. Tu Europeana’s ambition is to explain the rules of creative re-use of digital cultural content and to invite more digital cultural collection holders to make their digital assets accessible via Europeana’s channels. 

Tu Europeana will focus on series of informative and educational actions aimed at reaching out to specifically targeted audience of the platform. Accordingly with Europeana’s priorities, the project undertakes three main areas: education, creative industries and digital cultural collection holders.

 

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