Tools and training tutorials related to the process of aggregating and publishing audiovisual data and content to the EUscreen portal and/or directly to Europeana.
The Aggregation Handbook
The Aggregation Handbook is a compact hands-on guideline to help you with the process of aggregating content to Europeana. It contains a brief description of the ingestion workflow, lists and explains the required and recommended metadata elements used by Europeana (EDM), and contains a useful reference section.
The MINT manual is a very basic manual. More hands-on help can be found via the video tutorials listed below. If you have never done any mapping or aggregation using MINT before, it is highly recommended to participate in the EUscreen online training course.
MINT Ingestion Server
Register with this metadata ingestion tool to upload, map and transform your dataset for publication on Europeana.
EUscreen Preview tool
The Preview tool is a web-based tool which allows registered partners to preview, check and approve (or reject) content uploaded for display on the EUscreen portal.
Europeana Statistics Dashboard
Find out how people are using Europeana with the Europeana Statistics Dashboard. Once you have published your data on Europeana, you will also be able to get statistics for your institution.
Access the EUscreen online aggregation training course.
A series of short videos created by Learning on Screen demonstrate individual steps on using the MINT tool to aggregate AV metadata to Europeana process are available on VIMEO.
- MINT1: Upload / Define
Shows how to upload a dataset and how to define the items it contains.
- MINT2: Creating a Mapping
Shows how to create an EDM mapping in the MINT tool.
- MINT3: The Mandatory Fields
This video describes the mandatory EDM fields and explains how to map them in MINT.
- MINT4: Mapping recommended fields
Describes the recommended EDM fields and explains how to map them
- MINT5: Previewing and Checking
Explains how to use MINT to preview and check data
- MINT6: Transforming and Publishing
Explains on how to transform the mapped dataset in order to publish it to Europeana.
- MINT7: How to Spot Mapping Mistakes
- MINT8: Correcting Errors
This short video explains how to correct mapping errors in MINT.