COPIUS – "Community of Practice in Uralic Studies"
"COPIUS is a strategic partnership funded by Erasmus+ established by nine European universities that constitutes a community of practice within the discipline of Uralic (Finno-Ugric) Studies." [Self-description]
Ingria and Ingrians – recording histories, preserving memories
"The Ingria and Ingrians – recording histories, preserving memories project (2018–2020) is an archiving and cultural memory organisation project which promotes the acquisition, availability and usability of materials." [Self-description]
"The Knowledge Archive [...] contains different publications of methodology, educational materials of available courses, findings of own research, lectures of conferences and case studies presenting national and international best practices." [Self-description]
MaNDA – Hungarian National Digital Archive
MaNDA provides freely accessible digital copies of images and documents from various Hungarian partner institutions such as libraries, museums and archives for download.
"Nuohtti is a search service that gives you access to digitised archive materials related to Sámi culture held in several European memory organisations. [It] was developed in the Digital Access to the Sámi Heritage Archives project (2018–2021)." [Self-description]
"The main aim of the NSZL Web Archive is to offer a representative overview about online contents intended to the Hungarian public or related to Hungary as a part of our cultural heritage." [Self-description: National Széchényi Library]
"The Sami bibliography is a joint project between the National library of Norway, the Sami special library at the Rovaniemi City Library, the Murmansk State Regional Universal Scientific Library, and Ájtte, Swedish Mountain- and Sami museum." [Self-description] It provides a central access to Sami bibliographies.
Southernmost Finnic Prosody Project
"The Southernmost Finnic Prosody Project [...] aims to generate a comprehensive description of the prosodic structures of the Southernmost Finnic languages in their areal context." [Self-description]