The AthenaPlus blog will be used as a very personalized instrument that will allow project partners and readers to bind with the project. The AthenaPlus blog will give project partners the opportunity to report about their high-impact dissemination events and success stories. The blog will also provide a constant up-to-date news flow.
The AthenaPlus project
In early March 2013 the AthenaPlus project, co-financed by the European Commission and set out to make cultural heritage wider accessible through Europeana, was launched. 40 partners from 21 EU member state countries are contributing content. AthenaPlus is a Best Practice Network aiming among others to improve the quality of metadata. By sharing experience from hundreds of experts from all over Europe, the project supports the development of new applications for digital heritage. Project partners develop innovative tools, e.g. for creating digital exhibitions. AthenaPlus also looks into the development of cultural tourist routes applications. An educational toolbox will enable experimentation for the tourism sector and the education market. Apart from that, project partners also organize workshops and trainings to support museums and other cultural heritage institutions in their work to make their rich digital content accessible to everyone.
AthenaPlus workshop on digital storytelling in Berlin, October 2013
Organized by MICHAEL Culture Association
This workshop was set out to present the most up-to-date studies on digital storytelling for mediation and valorisation of cultural heritage, as well as relevant projects, tools and services for users. Click HERE for more information.
More than 800.000 records uploaded in MINT
In February 2014 a major project milestone was reached: More than 800.000 records were successfully uploaded to MINT. This achievement means a huge step towards realizing an important project aim: contributing 3.6 million metadata records to Europeana.
3rd AthenaPlus Plenary Meeting in Bucharest, Romania
In March 2014 all project partners gathered in Bucharest for the 3rd AthenaPlus plenary meeting and training sessions. Venue for the meeting was the Biblioteca Academiei Romane. In the course of one week partners could attend interesting workshops, such as a workshop on the Terminology Management Platform. Thanks to our project partners from Romania and Italy, the 3rd AthenaPlus plenary meeting was a huge success.