Public consultation on Europeana
How can digital culture enrich your daily life and work? Do you share, access or use cultural heritage materials online? The Commission has launched a public consultation to hear the opinions from citizens and organisations with a personal or professional interest in digital culture available online.
The Commission wants to know how citizens, professionals and organisations use Europeana, the European online platform that gives access to over 53 million items including image, text, sound, video and 3D material from the collections of over 3,700 libraries, archives, museums, galleries and audio-visual collections across Europe.
Europeana's openly licenced material can be used in digital applications or products using Europeana's APIs, in creative designs or services by both amateur and professional arts, crafts and technological practitioners, or in culture and education projects and applications.
The public consultation will contribute to the evaluation of Europeana and will help direct its future development.
Please share your views by responding to the survey, in any of the EU official languages: https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/europeana.
Please also share the questionnaire with your personal and professional networks and anyone who has an interest in online cultural heritage!
The public consultation will be open until 14 January 2018. More information about the consultation (in all EU official languages) can be found here.