March Madness on Transcribathon
Discover and transcribe the beautifully illustrated diary of Nistor Dimitru as well as the poems of World War One!
The month of March is a busy one for our dedicated transcribers, featuring the launch of two special features: Transcribathon Romania 2017 and the WW1 Poetry Run.
One Month of Celebrating the Love Stories of WW1
How time flies when transcribing love stories!
One whole month has passed since the launch of the Love Letter Run, the first ongoing thematic Run that we launched on Valentine’s Day 2017.
Get your hearts racing, the Love Letter Run has begun!
Valentine’s Day 2017 marks the beginning of our first permanent thematic Run.
Dedicated to the personal love stories of women and men from WW1, we call upon all of our passionate romantics and transcribers to bring their testimonies back to life.
Catch a Sleigh Ride on the Christmas Run 2016!
Discover and transcribe documents of the festive season during WW1
Over 50 stories, in 10 languages, have been hand-picked for this year's Christmas Run. Spread the season's joy by transcribing these unique, heartfelt testimonies of Christmases and New Years during WWI.
Ready, Steady, Transcribe!
Launching the Transcribathon in Riga
From 7 November to 9 November 2016, the first international Transcribathon challenge took place at the Latvian National Library in Riga. The event was held during the course of the 2016 Europeana Network Annual General Meeting (AGM). Nine teams from across Europe put their transcribing skills to the test and presented their results to an international jury.
Latvian National Library, Mūkusalas iela 3 Rīga, LV-1423
The official launch of Europeana Transcribe website and transcription tool will be held at this year's Europeana Network Association AGM in Riga. Members of the Europeana Network will break off into teams and compete against Latvian teams in the first international Transcribathon.
Historical Media Workshop
Primo Levi Gymnasium, Berlin-Weißensee
Berlin historical research institute, Facts & Files, will be holding an historical media workshop on 27 June 2016, at the Primo Levi Gymnasium, Berlin-Weißensee. The event will celebrate the 2016 Day of Social Sciences, as well as launch the new and improved transcription tool and website here at transcribathon.eu