„Europeana“, die digitale Bibliothek Europas online

December 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;dez2008, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p1316
Trade Publication
The article presents information about Europeana, a multi-media digital library for Europe. The library was made accessible over the Internet on November 20, 2008. Due to intense use, the library was withdrawn from public access until December 2008. Descriptions are given of the materials available to Europeana users, including over two million books, maps, recordings, archival documents, and films. The library's importance for sustaining European cultural property is emphasized.


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