Get started easily
After registering on the site and completing a simple form, you can start sharing your collections on-line literally in a few minutes.
Without incurring large financial investments
LoCloud Collections is a service that we provide based on our own professional IT infrastructure. Thanks to this, service users do not have to invest in hardware or software before starting to share collections.
Compatibility with Europeana
Europeana is a platform that collects data on the online collections of European cultural institutions. By using LoCloud Collections, you can be sure that there will be no technical obstacles in transferring information about your collections to Europeana.
When you start sharing collections online, you often don't know how much collection you will want or be able to share in the end. With LoCloud Collections, you can start with the smallest billing plan and gradually increase the available storage space as your digital collection grows.
Visibility in search engines
LoCloud Collections digital collection systems are adapted for automatic indexing by robots, thanks to which Internet users will be able to find your collections in Google and other popular search engines.
We use Omeka open source software. This ensures that even if you ever want to stop using our platform, you can use the same software to continue sharing your data elsewhere. In addition, each of the digital collection systems provides access to data entered into it through open API and the OAI-PMH protocol.
Customizable user interface
When configuring your digital collections system, you can choose one of several ready-made graphic designs and then adapt it to your own needs. You can also commission us to develop a dedicated graphic design.
Access to advanced harvest usage statistics
Anyone who makes collections available online is interested in knowing how much they are being used. At LoCloud Collections, we offer access to a dedicated analytics service that collects detailed information about the traffic of Internet users on the pages of your digital collections.