What is ARROW?

ARROW, the acronym for Accessible Registries of Rights Information and Orphan Works towards Europeana, is a project of a consortium of European national libraries, publishers and collective management organisations, also representing writers – working through their main European associations and a number of national organisations – which was launched in November 2008 and will last for 30 months.


The ARROW system works and it is fully implemented in 9 countries, while an additional 7 countries are in an advanced implementation stage
ARROW Plus consortium partners reunited for their General Meeting
ARROW being considered for Hungarian digitization project
An update on the Books in Print development in the ARROW Plus project was given
ARROW System developments to be discussed at the 17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries
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ARROW Plus is a Best Practice Network selected under the Competitiveness and innovation framework programme