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2 minutes to read Posted on Wednesday November 15, 2017

Updated on Monday November 6, 2023

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Victor-Jan Vos

Head of Collections and Services and former Europeana Head of Programme and Network , Institute for War-, Holocaust- and Genocidestudies

European Commission’s public consultation survey: share your opinions on Europeana!

We invite you to take part in the public consultation on Europeana running until 14 January 2018.

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Richard Bergh
Nationalmuseum, Sweden

Following the Council Conclusions of May 2016 on the role of Europeana for the digital access, visibility and use of cultural heritage, the European Commission has recently launched a public consultation on Europeana, which we invite you to take part in.

The Council Conclusions addressed financing and governance of Europeana, quality of available data and its user-friendliness, with an aim to reinforce Europeana as a cultural and digital innovation project. Together, we wish to  secure the sustainable financing of Europeana’s platform, products and services. In order to help us achieve these goals, the Commission published a public consultation, which will run from 17 October 2017 until 14 January 2018.

We need your input to shape the future of Europeana

All the organisations and individuals with a personal or professional interest in digital cultural heritage - and in Europeana specifically - are invited to express their opinion, experience, and expectations of Europeana and the various aspects of the platform. We invite you to provide the Commission with your thoughts by taking part in this evaluation. Your answers are highly valuable to us, as they will guide us when setting future goals and priorities for Europeana.

You can submit your response in an online questionnaire via EUSurvey page, or by clicking on the button below. We would like to ask to answer the questions on individual basis.

The results will contribute to the Commission’s evaluation of Europeana, and help direct our future development. They will be published by the Commission shortly after the end of the consultation period on the digital single market consulations page.