Spanish civil war photographs, Ottoman manuscripts, historic medical films and thousands of theses, journals and academic articles are among the digital resources that Europeana Libraries is working with. When the Project finishes at the end of 2012, it will have created:
- A valuable resource for scholars, with full-text search capabilities for written works
- A robust network of national, university and research libraries
- An efficient aggregation model that can be used by research libraries across Europe
Live streaming at The European Library/Europeana Libraries Joint Meeting in Bucharest (21-23 May 2012)
Our next The European Library/Europeana Libraries meeting will take place in Bucharest on 21 – 23 May. In light of that, we are very pleased to announce that some of the sessions during the meeting will be broadcast. This means that even if you cannot join the meeting in person, you will still have a chance to follow the meeting and be privy to some very informative sessions.
Live streaming will be available for the plenary sessions, including the keynote speech from Heike Neuroth of Göttingen State and University Library about “The Future with Tradition: Linking National and Research Libraries with Digital Humanities”, on Monday, 21 May from 13:00 – 15:30 (CET), as well as for the rights update and marketing sessions on Tuesday, 22 May from 9:30 – 12:00 (CET) (see agenda for reference).
The link to follow the live streaming is:
Furthermore, there will be a hashtag: #telbucharest
Feel free to share this link with your colleagues, and enjoy the streaming experience!