November 30, 2015

Digital Heritage: European Library Uses First Data from ENUMERATE

via the Europeana Web:

The European Library is pleased to announce that we were able to use the first set of data made available by the ENUMERATE project ( The data provided by ENUMERATE helped The European Library identify digitised collections across Europe which will be essential for the newly-developed content strategy. This effort clearly supports the strategic aims of the national libraries of Europe, represented in The European Library.

ENUMERATE is a 3-year, EC-funded project designed to create a reliable baseline of statistical data about digitisation, digital preservation and online access to cultural heritage in Europe. In the past, statistical data on Europe’s digital heritage has been tentative and scattered. Through ENUMERATE, led by Collections Trust in the UK, major improvements are now being made in the quality and availability of intelligence about digital heritage.
ENUMERATE is one of three projects listed.
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