David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States, gives his take on the October 2011 Plenary Meeting in Washington DC.
Melissa Mannon discusses the “digital divide” and evaluates where the DPLA may factor in.
Nate Hill responds to his work with the Audience & Participation workstream at the DPLA conference.
John Palfrey and a cabal of Harvard academics have forged a movement from the fire of frustrated librarians, archivists, and information professionals who have recognized that a lot of the present system is broken and going nowhere fast.
Over 300 government leaders, librarians, technologists, students, and others gathered at the National Archives in Washington, DC today to share their visions for the DPLA.
Two major digital library networks have reached an agreement to collaborate in ways that will make a large part of the world’s cultural heritage available to a large part of the world’s population.
The Sloan Foundation and Arcadia Fund today announced a major contribution for the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) in the form of combined $5 million in funding. The DPLA Steering Committee is leading the first concrete steps toward the realization of a large-scale digital public library that will make the cultural and scientific record available to all.
We’re streaming live from the National Archives in Washington, DC.
Ben Naddaff-Hafrey and Kenny Whitebloom are liveblogging from the DPLA Plenary Meeting at the National Archives today.