We want to make digital cultural heritage available to users wherever they are and to cultivate new ways for users to get involved with their cultural heritage. To do this, Europeana is shifting from portal-thinking to platform-thinking, but what does this really mean in practice? Should we focus on building and marketing the best possible APIs and encouraging others to use them? Or should we still try to play a role in reaching end-users directly? What are the metrics for success in these scenarios? Read more about this workshop in the blog: http://pro.europeana.eu/pro-blog/-/blogs/1960651
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