On 26 January the General Assembly of PAGODE project was called in an online meeting, to review the progress of the project and to plan the next activities for the remaining months. PAGODE is in facts going to end on 30 September 2021.
A very busy period is therefore ahead: with digitization to be completed; massive ingestion of new collections to be published in Europeana; a second round of the crowdsourcing campaign; automated metadata enrichments via Artificial Intelligence; and the preparation and launch of the PAGODE exhibition to be presented online as a virtual exhibition in Europeana, and to be hopefully inaugurated in physical form at the Museum of Graphics in Pisa, on 24th September, accompained with a collection day to engage local Chinese communities sharing photographs from family albums. The very last event of the project will then be on 27-28 September with the final conference organized by KIK-IRPA, unless travel restrictions will apply..
The meeting was open to partners and associate partners and included a presentation of the upcoming Europeana China thematic space, that will highlight in Europeana portal all the contents and editorials delivered by the PAGODE project.
- Activity 2 Content annotation and ingestion to Europeana
- Activity 3 Content curation and digitisation
- Activity 4 Content quality and Europeana thematic collections improvements
- Activity 5 Communication, dissemination, user engagement and sustainability (Antonella Fresa)
img. screenshot from the Zoom meeting courtesy of Postscriptum.
PAGODE – Europeana China is co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility Programme of the European Union, under GA n. INEA/CEF/ICT/A2019/1931839