Acess to Digital Resources of european Heritage (DSI-4)

Type: International Project Project

Duration: from 2018 Jun 01 to 2020 Aug 31

Financed by: Connecting Europe Facility (LC 00822914)

Prime Contractor: Stichting Europeana (Other) - Den Haag, Holanda

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The European DSI-4 consortium consists of Europeana Foundation (EF) as coordinator and 23 partners with the experience and capacity to strengthen the value of Europeana by delivering high-quality services for sharing and (re)using metadata and content. This project continues the work of the previous three European Digital Service infrastructures (DSIs), providing a continual collection of data, and improving the Europeana services according to the feedback from users.


  • AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (Other) -Austria
  • Archives Portal Europe Foundation (Other) -Netherland
  • Athena Research and Innovation Center in Information Communication and Knowledge Technologies (Other) -Greece
  • CLARIN ERIC (Other) -Netherland
  • Connecting Archaeology and Architecture in Europe (Other) -Irland
  • Deutsches Filminstitut (Other) -Germany
  • EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators (Other) -Netherland
  • European Fashion Heritage Association (Other) -Italy
  • European Schoolnet (Other) -Belgium
  • Facts & Files - Historisches Forschungsinstitut Berlin Drauschke - Schreibe (Other) -Germany
  • Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Other) -Poland
  • International Consortium for Photographic Heritage. (Other) -Italy
  • James Lovegrove SPRL (Other) -Belgium
  • Michael Culture Association (Other) -Belgium
  • National Technical University of Athens (University) - Atenas, Grécia
  • Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Other) -Netherland
  • Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation (Other) -Germany
  • Stichting Europeana (Other) - Den Haag, Holanda
  • Stichting Nederland Kennisland (Other) -Netherland
  • Superkomputerowo-Sieciowe (PCSS) (Other) -Poland
  • The British Library Board (Other) -United Kingdom

Principal Investigators