Video: Short Interviews Recorded at the Digital Public Library of America Working Group Meeting
The Harvard Library Innovation Lab (HLIL) blog has been updated during the past few days with several brief video interviews recorded at the Digital Public Library of America Working Group meeting that took place about a week ago in Amsterdam.
David Weinberger, co-director of HLIL conducts the interviews.
Interviews with Jonathan Rothman of the HathiTrust and Paola Mazzucchi of Arrow about orphaned works.
Stefan Gradmann (Humbold Universitaet) on libraries after books become mere temporary configurations of small pieces
Chris Freeland of the Biodiversity Heritage Library on supporting collaborative scientists
Rachel Frick [Digital Library Federation] on library collaboration
Live from the DPLA: Martin Kalfatovic [Deputy Project Director, Biodiversity Heritage Library and Assistant Director, Digital Services Division, Smithsonian Institution] on museums, libraries, and linked open data
See Also: Dr. Weinberged Also Lived Blogged Two Events During the Workshop
Monday AM ||| Meeting at EUROPEANA Office
See Also: Digital Public Library of America Working Group Meeting Agenda (PDF)
Thanks to David Weinberger for making this material available.
Filed under: Data Files, Digital Collections, Interactive Tools, Interviews, Libraries, Profiles, Public Libraries, Resources
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