The Open Preservation Foundation (OPF) is pleased to welcome the
Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg (BnL) as our most recent charter
As part of its legal missions as a national heritage library, the BnL
collects, catalogues, enriches and preserves all publications issued in
Luxembourg as well as all those issued abroad relating to the Grand Duchy.
The BnL has been the country’s central cultural, scientific and research
library since its founding.
The BnL has been digitising documents from the Luxemburgensia collection
since 2002. Its mass digitisation program falls within the context of the
European Union’s objectives to make Europe’s cultural and intellectual
heritage accessible online. Through the development of their Digital
Preservation project, the BnL seeks to ensure the management, availability
and long-term preservation of digital publications, resulting from a
digitisation process, collections of born digital material or coming
through the digital legal deposit.
The BnL joins our members from archives, libraries, research institutions,
universities, and service providers collaborating to advance digital
preservation knowledge and technology.
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For more information about the BnL visit: https://bnl.public.lu/
To find out more about the benefits of becoming an OPF member and how to
join visit: http://openpreservation.org/about/join/.
Becky McGuinness | Community Manager
@openpreserve | Skype: becky.mcguinness1
*Open Preservation Foundation*
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