Report: “India’s Digital Library Plans to Collaborate with Foreign Peers”
From The Economic Times:
The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) is focusing on forging collaborations with digital libraries in the US and Australia, as part of its second phase of development.
Through collaborations, NDLI is looking at strengthening its own content, technology and business model. The library does not have a business model in place and has been running on government funding since its inception in 2015.
NDLI has content from 160 sources with interface in three languages English, Hindi and Bengali. In the next phase, NDLI plans to have content with interface in 10 Indian languages.
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