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Here is a list of external resources broadly related to COMMUNIA activities and goals (updated on 20 January 2011):

EU-based Projects

  • eContentplus programme - ICT - PSP
    A major EC-funded programme aimed at making digital content in Europe more accessible, usable and exploitable. After 31 december 2008 it became the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Policy Support Programme ("ICT PSP"), focused on Digital Libraries, Multilingual Web, Public Sector Information.
  • ePSIplus
    Europe's one-stop platform devoted to Public Sector Information providing general news and data-sharing, good practices examples, new products and services, information about legal cases and more content across the European PSI community. Revamped after its first expiration in last February, the project will soon produce new material and activities.
  • Europeana
    A huge collection of cultural and art treasures from Europe's museums and galleries, archives, libraries, etc.. The current prototype includes about 4 million digital objects, scheduled to reach over 10 million items in 2010.
  • ICT Policy Support Programme
    This programme aims at stimulating innovation and competitiveness through the wider uptake and best use of ICT by citizens, governments and businesses.
  • ICT Work Programme 2009-10
    The objective of ICT research under the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) is to improve the competitiveness of European industry – as well as to enable Europe to master and shape the future developments of these technologies so that the demands of its society and economy are met.
  • i2010 benchmarking framework
    Based on a list of key indicators presented in 2006, this initiative also focuses on more complex issues of impact and usage of technologies in the wider economy, grouped under nine themes including security, inclusion, public services, etc.
  • i2010: Digital Libraries Initiative
    This project plans to make all Europe’s cultural resources and scientific records – books, journals, films, maps, photographs, music, etc. – accessible to all, and preserve it for future generations. A digital version of the library of Alexandria, that was said to contain up to 70% of all human knowledge.

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