Europeana Common Culture aims to develop a harmonised and coordinated environment for Europeana’s national aggregators, to collaborate, share resources and technical means, and agree on common recommendations and standards. Additionally, the project is improving the quality of content and metadata to increase user satisfaction.
Project is implemented by the consortium of 24 partners from all over Europe and is led by Europeana Foundation. The consortium consists of both public and private sector institutions. Those are national aggregators, national libraries, museums, ministries of culture and education, information technology institutions and more from Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden, Serbia, Cyprus, Spain, Estonia, Latvia, Ireland and Finland. Potential recipients of the product are Cultural Heritage Institutions supporting transformation process of their objects to level accepted by Europeana, re-users of materials for creative, research or educational purposes and end-users like culture lovers, students, researchers, tourists, private citizens.