In the context of the Europeana aggregation landscape, a content provider (or data provider) is any organisation that provides digital content accessible via Europeana making available metadata, a thumbnail and a link pointing to a digital object on the provider's Web site. Europeana only ingests and indexes the institution's metadata, while the digital objects remain by the original institution.
See: Europeana Professional: Providers' FAQs and Linked Heritage's Content aggregation: tools & guidelines.
Explore further the Linked Heritage learning objects: Why and how to contribute to Europeana and MINT Services.
See also: Aggregator, Cultural / Public heritage institution, Data Exchange Agreement (DEA), Mapping, Metadata, MINT, Preview, Private sector
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