Press: “Digital Public Library of America: Pro and Con”

Posted by Kenny Whitebloom on October 13, 2011 in Press.

“They are miles apart in their thinking about digital books, but the Association of American Publishers’ (AAP) president, Tom Allen, and Harvard University library director Robert Darnton came face to face to discuss the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) on October 11. The occasion was a forum organized by Maurice J. Freedman, publisher of The Unabashed Librarian, and hosted by James Neal, University Librarian at Columbia. Also on hand was the University of California, Berkeley’s Pamela Samuelson, an expert on copyright law.”

From Francine Fialkoff’s article on The Digital Shift, Digital Public Library of America: Pro and Con

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