Looking to the future: how do we place our service at the heart of Europe’s research communities? is the theme of this joint meeting in Bucharest. Sessions will be streamed live from the event on the day.
On Monday afternoon from 2.30-2.40 PM Eastern European time, watch the keynote speech from Heike Neuroth of Gottingen State and University Library, Germany speak about Linking National and Research Libraries with Digital Humanities, and hear about the highlights from the Europeana Libraries project so far.
From 10.30 am to 1pm Tuesday the 22nd of May you can watch the Rights Update session. This session will provide an update on The European Library’s adoption of a CC0 licence for its dataset and its relationship to the Europeana Data Exchange Agreement. It will feature a demonstration of the ARROW rights information infrastructure, in which The European Library plays a key role.
The live stream will be avialable here:
You can follow the event on Twitter with: #telbucharest