Robert Darnton heads the world’s largest collection of academic publications, the Harvard University Library system. He is also a driver behind the new Digital Public Library of America. Ahead of its launch in April, he talks about Google, science journals and the open-access debate.
Archive for the ‘Press’ Category
Matt Enis recently interviewed Dan Cohen, DPLA Executive Director, for a March 12, 2013 article in Library Journal.
From Megan Cottrell’s article in the March/April 2013 issue of American Libraries, “A Digital Library for Everyone”
This is the fourth in an occasional series of articles from John Palfrey for Library Journal that will explore issues surrounding the efforts to launch and expand the Digital Public Library of America.
“Twenty years ago Roy Rosenzweig imagined a compelling mission for a new institution: “To use digital media and computer technology
“The long-planned Digital Public Library of America is set to make its public debut on schedule next month, with a
“Today, Xavier Agenjo from DIGIBIS (a company offering digitisation services and software solutions for cultural heritage institutions) tells
“Preparing for an April 18th launch, the Digital Public Library of America was present at the 2013 ALA Midwinter meeting to
On February 6, 2013, the Center for the Humanities At Temple (CHAT) hosted John Palfrey from the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA).
Press: Innovative Interfaces Announces Plans to Integrate DPLA into Encore, and Launches Decision Center
“Innovative Interfaces Inc. today announced a new development initiative that will integrate access to theDigital Public Library of