Recently, I came across a website of the European Library.
[It] is a free service that offers access to the resources of the 48 national libraries of Europe in 35 languages. Resources can be both digital (books, posters, maps, sound recordings, videos, etc.) and bibliographical. Quality and reliability are guaranteed by the 48 collaborating national libraries of Europe.
Read more about the library and its organization. You may subscribe to the library’s newsletter. To learn more about the participating libraries, click here. Current library’s exhibitions include Reading Europe, A Roma Journey, Napoleonic Wars, Treasures, and Buildings.
Users may browse the entire collection or by subject, or search the collection by subject or material. The advanced as well as simple searches are available. And, something that I was impressed by, the search screen includes an option for a virtual keyboard that has 28 language keyboards for users to choose from. The website is very clean and easy to use.
Users may also register, which now allows them to save favorites and session query history, and in the future users will be able to save selected collections, receive email alerts concerning collections of interest, and receive email alerts concerning subjects of interest.