Many of the records in the National Archives are “held hostage by their format.” Facilitating wider public access might mean something more than digitization: engagement.
“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
The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) announced today the appointment of Dan Cohen as the DPLA’s founding Executive Director.
This week’s digest explores the new policy to make federally funded research reports open access, how multimedia digital editions of literature’s classic are changing the classroom, cool videos of projects and programs from the Harvard Library Innovation Lab, and the D.C. Public Library’s work to bridge its digital and brick-and-mortar operations.
“The Digital Public Library of America will launch on April 18 after two and a half years of
“Today, Xavier Agenjo from DIGIBIS (a company offering digitisation services and software solutions for cultural heritage institutions) tells
The Public Art Archive seeks to catalog public art throughout the US, and to provide art enthusiasts with a data-rich, comprehensive source to locate and learn about works of public art.
“Preparing for an April 18th launch, the Digital Public Library of America was present at the 2013 ALA Midwinter meeting to
The newest post in a series introducing the DPLA’s service hubs looks at the Georgia Digital Library, and explores some of the hidden treasures — from historic postcards to oral histories — found in its collections.