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Carole Palmer leads ERRT on The Digital Public Library of America Initiative: Considering Content and Scope
March 30th -- The Digital Public Library of America Initiative: Considering Content and Scope
Session Leader: Carole Palmer (Director of CIRSS)
Location: LISB room 242, 12:30-2:00
The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) initiative began in December 2010 with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. This ERRT session will provide an overview of the initiative and the first working meeting held at Harvard on March 1st on content and scope issues. We will discuss themes that emerged from the meeting and questions about Europeana as a model for DPLA and possible roles for our Digital Collections and Content project and the inclusion of the aggregation in DPLA.
DPLA Wiki: Please review the Content and Scope section, and the workshop links, in particular. Workshop participants are listed here.
See also a recently released Concept Note, an outcome of the March 1st meeting.
See the main DPLA website at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard for additional information and context.