New Europeana Pro: the Beta version is out for your input

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In September 2017, the Europeana Pro website went throught a major redesign, also integrating Europeana Labs and Europeana Research, which were previously living on separate websites. One of the main reasons for this redesign was to place people first: the new site approach is to be more ‘people’ oriented, to highlight Europeana’s close relationships with institutions and to reinforce the work done by all the Europeana ecosystem communities to make a difference in the digital cultural heritage world.

Europeana looks forward to users’ feedback.

Check the new website at https://pro.europeana.eu/post/new-europeana-pro-the-beta-version-is-out-for-your-input

The top-4 pages to start exploring the new site:

Europeana: we transform the world with culture.

 

 

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