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Welcome to Europeana Transcribe
The crowdsourcing platform for European cultural heritage
Join us in transcribing, annotating and georeferencing Europe's digital cultural heritage!
Europeana Transcribe is an online citizen science initiative for the enrichment of digitised material from Europeana Collections.
335 135 Documents
38 668 673 Characters
100 897 Enrichments
Our new multilingual run!
Each month, starting 1 July 2021, we will highlight several stories in various languages, selected around a certain theme, ranging from war diaries, family correspondence to love letters and theater play manuscripts. By transcribing the story of your choice, you are automatically taking part in the Stories of the Month Run!
The closed online run event taking place from 31th May to 7th June successfully concluded
We are proud to announce that more than a half of the manuscripts from the 'Manuscritos no Palco' collection were transcribed completely. Overall 1 138 826 characters from 1314 pages were transcribed during this week-long run. Congratulations to the winner João Oliveira and big thanks to all the participants for their contributions! A special thank you to our co-organizers Teatro Nacional D. Maria II and Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal.
A year-long run has come to an end, and we are ready to announce the winner!
Congratulations go to Wolfgang Dekeyser, who has won the event with 316,486 transcribed characters and 1,217 run miles! Big thank you to all participants of the campaign!
Last chance to make it to the top!
We are nearing the end of a year-long campaign "Sachsen at Work". During the length of the campaign many interesting finds from all over Saxony have been transcribed. Yet the race continues! Don't hesitate to contribute to the rich history of Saxony and secure your place amidst our transcriber champions! The final standings will be published 28th February, 2021!
The online race Sachsen at Work 2021 held in cooperation with Sorbian Institute, Bautzen and SLUB Dresden has come to an end!
Congratulations to our winner Benjamin Spendrin, who managed to run 136 Miles just in 24 hours! Big thanks goes to all participants who transcribed over 110 000 characters of 140 pages and nearly completed all sources from Lusatia, kindly provided by the City Archive in Kamenz and the State Archive in Bautzen.