Archive for the ‘Digital Library Digest’ Category

Digital Library Digest: June 29, 2012

This week’s digest covers the digitization of Iranian manuscripts, the restoration of the New York Public Library’s budget, a call to action for librarians, and Wiley’s new head of open access projects.

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Digital Library Digest: June 22, 2012

This week’s digest features the preservation and digitization of Balinese lontar (palmyra leaf) manuscripts, the rise of the digital humanities, JSTOR’s new book program, and a look at the MyiLibrary e-book platform.

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Digital Library Digest: June 15, 2012

This week’s edition of the Digital Library Digest covers the ongoing battle between librarians and publishers over e-book access, a patent to deter textbook piracy, a new OA journal with a promising business model, and the debut of the Cervantes Institute’s virtual library.

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Digital Library Digest: June 8, 2012

Digital Library Digest: June 8, 2012

The first Digital Library Digest of the summer features the ReadersFirst Initiative for improved ebook access, plans for a national digital summer reading program, and a major addition to Bhutan’s National Library.

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Digital Library Digest: May 13, 2012 (Mother’s Day Edition)

This week’s DigLibDig covers the Ars Technica article on DPLA West, continued challenges of providing digital content & services in public libraries, the American Library Association call for information on library-as-publisher, and a newly-digital archive of Ernest Hemingway’s journalism.

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Digital Library Digest (Double Edition): May 4, 2012

Digital Library Digest (Double Edition): May 4, 2012

This week’s DigLibDig covers ALA’s post on DPLA West, Internet Archive’s letter to publishers, the role of libraries in the digital age, and more.

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Digital Library Digest: April 13, 2012

This week’s DigLibDig covers the new DPLA video update from John Palfrey, the Justice Department ebook suit, ALA’s “State of America’s Libraries,” the DPLA Hack Day, and new content from ebrary.

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Digital Library Digest: April 6, 2012

This week’s DigLibDig covers Darnton’s talk at Columbia law, libraries on Facebook, the NYPL American Revolution digitization project, and a boycott on Random House.

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Digital Library Digest: March 31, 2012

This week’s DigLibDig covers an increase in physical library demand for digital services, a Syracuse School of Information Studies article on the DPLA, and the Houghton Rare Book Library’s new digitized materials.

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Digital Library Digest: March 24, 2012

This week’s DigLibDig covers Europeana-Pinterest collaboration, streamlining of the Elending process, a British Library’s digitization project, and the ‘life and miracles’ of Rumi.

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