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Dear all,

ECLAP - the e-library for performing arts - is a European project and Best Practice Network that is bringing together the most relevant performing arts content (videos, photographs, texts, essays, etc.) from cultural institutions across Europe, that were never before accessible via the Internet. They are now available on www.eclap.eu. 

We would like to find out what you think of the current version of the ECLAP portal, so we can further improve it to suit your needs. Two of our partners (namely the Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision and the University of Amsterdam) have therefore prepared two surveys. If you haven't visited the portal before, please go to www.eclap.eu and go through it before returning to the survey. If you do not have time to do so and if you are involved in performing arts education as a teacher, researcher or student, you can also opt to fill out the ECLAP educational survey. This is specifically aimed at identifying needs, interests and use of digital heritage in Performing Arts education and for which prior knowledge of the ECLAP portal is not required. 

•	A general survey aimed at all target users of ECLAP with the aim of evaluating the current version of the portal and to collect new requirements from all types of users => https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ECLAP_general_survey
•	A specific survey aimed at the educational and research target users with the aim of making an inventory of performing arts educational practices and which role online resources and tool are used for these practices => https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ECLAP_education

We will randomly give away three Amazon €50 gift vouchers to those that complete one or both of the ECLAP surveys! You can leave your contact details at the end of the survey if you are interested if you want to participate in the prize draw.

For questions about this survey or other remarks, please contact Lotte Belice Baltussen ([log in to unmask]).
Many thanks for filling these surveys and see you soon on the ECLAP portal!

Best regards,


Célyne van Corven
La Bellone, House of Performing arts in Brussels
ECLAP dissemination activities coordinator