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If you want to reuse the digital image of an object from the Outcast Europe collection for non commercial, research or educational purposes, you can download it easily and quickly by clicking the “Download” button, which can be found at the right bottom corner of each image. When reusing an image, please respect the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution – NonCommercial – ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) license, under which the digital image is published, and take into consideration the Terms of Use and the Usage Guidelines of the Outcast Europe website.

Enrichment and improvement of object description and documentation

If you want to contribute to the enrichment and improvement of the information that describe and document the objects of the Outcast Europe collection, you can do so by following these simple steps:

  1. Go to the page of the object, the information of which you want to enrich or improve.
  2. Log in or create a user account.
  3. Highlight the related information and write your comments.
Go to the object page.

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Highlight the related information.

Write your comment.

Encyclopaedic information for historical or cultural events

If you want to learn more for specific historical or cultural events mentioned in the stories of the Outcast Europe collection, you can do so without leaving the website. By hovering the mouse cursor over selected keywords, you can read a few basic information for the events, coming from the respective Wikipedia articles. Then, by clicking on the related links, you can go to the articles’ pages and learn more.

Ideas and proposals for new thematic exhibitions

If you want to participate in the creation of new thematic exhibitions, you can use the tags of the objects of the Outcast Europe collection as type or theme search filters. By clicking on the tags, you can see various smaller or bigger sets of objects on your screen; and then -by selecting, reorganising and semantically connecting certain objects- you can narrate interesting stories.

If you have an idea or proposal for a new thematic exhibition, we invite you to contact us, so that we can co-create it and publish it on the website. Through the creation of new thematic exhibitions, you are helping us highlight the range and variety of historical, social and cultural themes that the Outcast Europe collection concentrates. And at the same time, you are helping the visitors of the website to discover and explore its content further.

"Share This" Buttons

If you want to share objects and stories from the Outcast Europe collection on social media, you can do so quickly and easily by clicking on the related buttons found at the bottom of each object page.

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