Europeana businessplan 2013
14 maart 2013Tweet
Uit het plan:
“This year, the Europeana Foundation and Network have identified three main areas to focus on:
The first is that Europeana needs to behave as an ecosystem, a community of shared interests and mutual dependencies. We will ensure that this is reflected in the ways that we communicate with each other and solve problems together, for example in the Task Forces. By acting as a movement, we can greatly increase our impact both inside and outside of the sector.
The second area of focus is our development into a Core Service Platform. This reflects the need for the Europeana Foundation to act as a facilitator - a catalyst of change in the cultural heritage sector. This means that we will work on developing interoperable resources and standards, including the source code, the dataset, the Europeana Data Model, the Licensing Framework and the API. Anyone in the cultural heritage sector and the creative industries should be able to benefit from this work to build new, innovative services.
- Finally, we will concentrate on showcasing the value of opening up. Now that we have released the dataset under the CC0 waiver, we are in a much better position to develop valuable new services on top of the API and Linked Open Data set that will bring more visibility and re-usage for your content. We will work with you on establishing impact indicators."
Download het volledige businessplan via http://pro.europeana.eu/publications