Europeana sets out to make all Europe’s cultural resources and scientific records – books, journals, films, maps, photographs, music, etc. – accessible to all, and preserve it for future generations. The initiative focuses on two areas: cultural heritage – creating electronic versions of the materials in Europe’s libraries, archives and museums, making them available online, for work, study or leisure, and preserving them for future generations; and scientific information – making research findings more widely available online and keeping them available over time. FEP has been an early supporter of Europeana and has been extremely involved in finding ways for publishers to be able to bring their publications to Europeana. In the early years, FEP was a member of the High Level Group on digital libraries and afterwards participated in a number of consultations. Since last year, FEP Director Anne Bergman-Tahon has been elected as officer of the Europeana Network and is therefore represented in the Board of the Foundation. FEP is thriving to find solutions to issues raised by librarians.