New Interface for Uralica

Yes, finally, we have launched the new and fancy interface for the Uralica portal. As you may notice, its attractive design has something in relation with her siblings –  the Finna information search service, which brings together the collections of Finnish archives, libraries and museums and the search service for National Library collections. Despite the notable design, the Uralica is not just a carbon copy of Finnas, but it is directed to a specific audience that seeks information in kindred languages.

The initiative over Uralica has leapfrogged recently and we do anticipate to have some more partners in future too. The interface has been realized in three languages in order to support the various language speakers and it contains more than 6000 links to the digitized material in Uralic languages, possessed by four different institutions. If your institution has digitized books, maps or recordings in and about the Uralic languages, please, don’t hesitate to contact us in order to make them available in Uralica too.

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