The Digital Access to the Sámi Heritage Archives project survey obtained positive results from more than 50 organisations’ collections and archives in Europe in 2018-2020. While much of this material is currently available only in not digital (analog) formats, a significant portion has already been digitised, and some of these items have been made available online.
The results of the survey are reported here in an interactive format in order to increase the visibility of its findings. The aim of this report is to assist interested audiences in finding more information about the organisations and their materials. Please notice that only the organisations that have confirmed they have materials relating to the Sámi people and culture in their collections, and have agreed to the publication of their results, are presented in this report.
The report provides the name of the organisation, its address, and a brief overview of its materials. Filters for country and material type can be used to narrow down the list of results. In addition, you can see if an organisation has materials in digital form by using the Available in digital form filter.