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GifGIF IT UP is an annual gif-making competition for the most creative reuse of digitised cultural heritage material. This year’s 5th edition is run by Europeana in close cooperation with Digital Public Library of America, Digital NZ and Trove. From 1 – 31 October, all gif-­makers, cultural heritage enthusiasts and lovers of the internet are invited to create brand new gifs by remixing copyright-free and openly licensed material from four international digital libraries.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE?

  1. 1. Find an inspiring piece of copyright-free / openly licensed material from Europeana Collections, DPLA, Trove, or DigitalNZ.
  2. 2. Create an awesome gif.
  3. 3. Submit it for a chance to win great prizes.

All eligible entries will be showcased on the GIPHY channel dedicated to the competition and promoted on social media with the hashtag #GIFITUP2018. Even if you are not participating, don’t forget to vote for your favourite gif! Results will be announced in November. Creative gif-makers can expect great prizes sponsored by Europeana and GIPHY. [+]

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From today on Europeana Fashion, fashions curators, academics, students and enthusiasts can discover and explore more than a million fashion images contributed by nearly 40 museums and fashion brand archives from 13 European countries.

Europeana Fashion brings together an incredible wealth of content including historical clothing and accessories, contemporary designs, catwalk photographs, drawings, sketches, catalogues and videos from museums and archives across Europe, and provides a range of exciting new features for you to explore.

Fashion lovers can now find exactly what they want by tailoring the content by using new filters including designers, techniques, materials, and types of clothing.

Europeana Fashion launches with new galleries curating the collection by themes, such as fashion illustrations, sportswear, prints, or Haute Couture, and highlights by fashion experts. [+]

We ask for your support in the budget discussions about Europe’s digital infrastructure.Europeana, an EU flagship and global leader in its field, must be funded through the Telecom Guidelines of the Connecting Europe Facility, the proposed funding mechanism.
Europeana works with galleries, libraries, archives and museums in every European country to make knowledge and culture available online. We connect everyone in Europe with their shared history and heritage – 27 million books, pictures, films and recordings so far. Together, we’re pioneering new ways to engage people in culture through websites, apps, software and social media, through sharing our expertise, business models and code, and through services for education and tourism. Europe needs our innovation – there’s faster progress in the digital sector than most other areas of the economy.
Supporting Europeana is supporting Europe. Europe can’t afford to lose a service that is both good for people and good for the economy. See our blog for more reasons to protect Europeana’s funding. [+]

Europeana, la biblioteca digital europea de acceso libre cofinanciada por la Unión Europea, acaba de lanzar una aplicación gratuita para iPad denominada Europeana Open Culture, que ofrece acceso a colecciones de algunas de las más prestigiosas instituciones europeas. Europeana Open Culture permite a los usuarios explorar en detalle 350.000 imágenes de colecciones de destacadas instituciones de la Unión Europea, compartirlas y hacer comentarios sobre cada una de ellas.
Desarrollada por la empresa neerlandesa Glimworm IT BV durante uno de los seminarios Europeana hackathon, dirigidos a desarrolladores de software, la aplicación está estructurada en torno a cinco temas: mapas y planos, tesoros del arte, tesoros del pasado, tesoros de la naturaleza e imágenes del pasado. [+]

La Comisión Europea ha adoptado una Recomendación en la que pide a los Estados miembros de la UE que redoblen sus esfuerzos, aúnen sus recursos e impliquen al sector privado en la digitalización del material cultural. Estas medidas son esenciales para facilitar el acceso al patrimonio cultural europeo y para impulsar el crecimiento de las industrias creativas de Europa. El material digitalizado debe estar disponible a través de Europeana, el portal digital de las bibliotecas, archivos y museos de Europa (véase http://www.europeana.eu/portal/).
La Recomendación hace un llamamiento a los Estados miembros para que desarrollen planes rigurosos y creen asociaciones con la finalidad de incorporar a Europeana treinta millones de objetos de aquí a 2015 —actualmente hay diecinueve millones de objetos disponibles—, poner en línea más material protegido por derechos de autor y más obras fuera de comercio, y adaptar las legislaciones y estrategias nacionales para la conservación a largo plazo del material digital. (RAPID, IP/11/1292, 28.10.2011)

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