National Institute of the History of Art – INHA

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.

Approach & Solution

To launch its digital library, INHA turned to LIMB Gallery software.
LIMB Gallery provides visual hooks, a powerful search engine and a complete back office to facilitate content and collection management. LIMB Gallery is the simplest and most agile solution for designing and sharing online collections.

Over the past 3 years, INHA’s digital library has seen a steady increase in traffic, with an average of 500 visitors a day spending more than 4 minutes on the site. Thanks to the efficiency of the digital library back-office, INHA can continue to feed its digital library regularly and independently. Around 100 new documents are put online every month.


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Jamia Millia Islamia University

The digitization unit aims to promote teaching-learning and research in an online digital format, and to preserve art, culture and history as well as many of its “rarest manuscripts” and other archival documents for future generations.

UIA – The Universal Israelite Alliance

Since 2000, the institution has been digitizing its archives, with the aim of making them accessible to as many people as possible. Today, 13,783 documents (prints, manuscripts, photographs), totalling 330,000 images, as well as audiovisual archives, are available to the general public and researchers.