Digital libraries, repositories, digital content policies, information policy, information society, information management, open access, e-learning, e-publishing.
Digital content policies (e.g. access, dissemination, reproduction), social media, social media policies, marketing in social media, society and information.
The Information Management Laboratory is part of the Department of Archival, Library & Information Studies of University of West Attica.
The members of the Laboratory are involved in many research projects on topics like Digital Libraries, Data and Metadata Management, Archives and Records Management, Publishing and related information industries, Content Delivery, Storage and Presentation, Conservation documentation, Conservation and preservation of paper and archival materials, Data and Text Mining, Distance learning / E-Learning, Human Computer Interaction - Information technology acceptance, Information literacy, Knowledge Management and Discovery, Open Access, Open Science, Open Learning, Ontologies - Linked data - Semantic web, Modern Greek History, Cultural Management, Information Policy, etc.
CrossCult aims to spur a change in the way European citizens appraise History. It will foster the re-interpretation of what citizens may have learnt in the light of cross-border interconnections among pieces of cultural heritage, other citizens' viewpoints and physical venues. It seeks to increase retention, stimulate reflection and help citizens appreciate their common past and present in a more holistic manner. Technology and mobile apps will be used and a user-friendly and a cost-efficient tool for experience designers, museum experts and external stakeholders, will be developed. A 3 year round project starting in March 2016. 11 contractual partners coming from Luxembourg, Spain, Greece, United Kingdom, Malta, France and Italy. More that 15 complementary European associated partners: venues, cities, non-governmental organizations and SME's. 4 flagship pilots across Europe: London, Lugo, Chaves, Epidaurus, Aquae Tauri, Tripolis, Luxembourg City, Valetta.
Europeana tries to transform the world with culture! To build on Europe’s rich heritage and make it easier for people to use, whether for work, for learning or just for fun.
Europeana Pro contributes to an open, knowledgeable and creative society. Brings together the organizations that have great content with the people and sectors that want to research, share and create new things. Creative collaboration and teamwork matters for Europeana, because that’s where the best ideas come from.
Member of the Europeana Network Association –formerly Europeana Network and Europeana Council of Content Providers and Aggregators (CCPA)- and especially member of the CCPA Ethics Core Group (2011-present). The CCPA Ethics Working Group position paper Ethics for Europeana (and its revised versions) is available here.