The call ‘A European Collaborative Cloud for Cultural Heritage’ aims at defining, designing and establishing a European Collaborative Cloud for Cultural Heritage. The platform should be easy to use while catering to cross-disciplinary and cross-sectoral collaboration. ECCCH is imagined as an open digital ecosystem that provides the tools and services needed to enable and scale-up future research and innovation in the field.
The governance body of the ECCCH will be made up by cultural heritage professionals with various disciplinary backgrounds to ensure that the needs of the future users are considered and met.
The call ‘A European Collaborative Cloud for Cultural Heritage – Innovative tools for digitising cultural heritage objects’ aims at designing and implementing innovative tools and methods for digitisation of visible characteristics and non-visible characteristics of cultural heritage objects. The tools will be used to add objects to the upcoming ECCCH.
Webinar on cross-border cooperations projects and EU funding
If you are interested to join a consortium and apply for EU funding but you are not sure about the steps, join a NEMO Webinar on 3 April 2023. From 11:00-12:00 CEST, NEMO is organising a webinar that will explain the basics of cross-border cooperation and EU funding opportunities for museums. Participants will gain particular knowledge of the how small institutions can benefit from the possibilities offered by Erasmus+. Participation is free of charge, but registration is mandatory.
European Collaborative Cloud for Cultural Heritage
The European Collaborative Cloud for Cultural Heritage is an initiative by the European Commission to help safeguard European cultural treasures and ensure that our rich cultural heritage continues to thrive in the digital age. The ECCCH will foster cooperation and co-creation among cultural, creative and technology sectors. Moreover, it will bring tangible benefits in the day-to-day work of all cultural heritage professionals and museums, including the smaller, rural and remote ones.
Watch a recording of NEMO’s input on the European Collaborative Cloud for Cultural Heritage at an online event that took place on 15 March 2023.