Archive for the ‘Digital Library Digest’ Category

Digital Library Digest: November 6, 2012

Not Just a Matter of Acid-Free Paper Anymore, Long Term Storage Issues for Digital Media¬† “Stanford University‘s (CA)

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Digital Library Digest: October 30, 2012

Empowering library staff while ensuring the integrity of systems through coding education “Should librarians be learning to how

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Digital Library Digest: October 23, 2012

This week’s digest discusses the success of the Hathi Trust case, MIT’s Open Access Articles Collection international benefits, a creative way a digital archiving project is calling out to traditional exceptions of archives in its user interface, the Met’s catalog digitization, and some international presentations on how libraries can help the homeless access information.

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Digital Library Digest: October 5, 2012

This week’s digest gives some background and updates on the developing Google intellectual property lawsuit, how California is embracing the benefits of online open source information in relation to textbooks for their public universities, and a crowd sourced digital information project at the University of Illinois.

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Digital Library Digest: August 10, 2012

This week’s digest covers the Petersburg digitization project, book design for e-books, open access publishing of British research, the future of the Bronx’s Huntington Library, and the suspension of crowdfunding for Unglue.it.

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Digital Library Digest: August 3, 2012

This week’s digest features the economics of e-book lending, the digitization of Shakespeare’s First Folio, the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s latest grant to build an online archive, and a project to preserve and digitize endangered languages.

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Digital Library Digest: July 27, 2012

This week’s digest covers the Library of America’s expanding e-book program, proposals to revolutionize current publishing models, new additions to the Internet Archive live music collection, and the continuing map digitization project at the New York Public Library.

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Digital Library Digest: July 20, 2012

This week’s digest features medical artifacts form the National Library of Medicine, an analysis of last year’s ebook sales, and a new project from the British Library and Qatar Foundation.

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Digital Library Digest: Friday the 13th Edition

This week’s digest covers a grant for Illinois public libraries to close the digital divide, a milestone for Project Gutenberg, a new initiative from the OCLC, and an OSU literary map of Africa.

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Digital Library Digest: July 6, 2012

This week’s digest features New York’s plans for digital literacy workshops, Princeton’s collection of digitized texts from the American Revolution, a new e-book lending platform in North Carolina, and the ongoing HathiTrust lawsuit.

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