National Institute of the History of Art - INHA

The challenge


To promote exceptional collections, and facilitate consultation and conservation of the works. The INHA Library launched its digitization campaign in 2002 and began to offer an in-service digital library in 2006.

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Our solution


We chose the Limb Gallery for INHA's digital library because of the many visualization and consultation features offered by this solution. The fluidity of the zoom and the possibility of consulting and downloading the printed matter in image and text modes have been particularly well-received by users. Beyond its visual merits, it was the power of the solution (search engine with auto-completion and results preview, facets, 3D image walls, geo-referencing, etc.) and constant product developments that seduced the INHA.


Advantages

For 3 years, the digital library of INHA has continued to see its traffic increase. 500 visitors on average each day and stay on the site for more than 4 minutes. Thanks to the efficient back office of the digital library, INHA can continue to feed its digital library regularly and independently: around 100 new documents are put online each month.


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