In advance of this week’s plenary meeting, I spoke with Carole Palmer over Skype about her team’s Beta Sprint submission, CLIR-DLF / IMLS DCC Beta Sprint.
Archive for the ‘Beta Sprint’ Category
David Weinberger of the ShelfLife and LibraryCloud collaborative speaks with DPLA RA Benjamin Naddaff-Hafrey about his team’s project.
Martin Kalfatovic speaks about the Digital Collaboration for America’s National Collections Beta Sprint submission.
Interview with Tito Sierra and Jason Ronallo of the DPLA Collection Achievements and Profiles System
DPLA RA Benjamin Naddaff-Hafrey interviews Jason Ronallo and Tito Sierra about their featured Beta Sprint submission.
In this interview, Vassilis Tzouvaras discusses Metadata Interoperability Services (MINT), a web-based platform that enables the aggregation of rich and diverse cultural heritage content and metadata.
John Butler talks about his team’s Beta Sprint project, Government Publications: Enhanced Access and Discovery through Open Linked Data and Crowdsourcing
Ben Schmidt and Martin Camacho from the Cultural Observatory at Harvard University sat down with me earlier this week to speak about their Beta Sprint project, Bookworm.
Jeffrey Schnapp, faculty director of the metaLAB (at) Harvard, discusses extraMUROS, one of nine Beta Sprint projects selected for presentation at the October 21 plenary meeting.
The Beta Sprint Review Panel met on September 19, 2011; nine projects were invited to present at the DPLA plenary meeting on October 21, 2011 in Washington, DC.
The Beta Sprinters are a diverse group of non-profits, media organizations, academic and public librarians, students, government agencies, and interested individuals throughout the United States (along with a few participants from even further afield).