My fellow Research Assistant, Kenny Whitebloom, and I set out last week to talk with several luminaries in the digital library world about the general state of digital libraries and their hopes for the DPLA. Over the course of several interviews, we explored some of the tensions and benefits of overlaps between digital and physical library services, the merits of various digital library models across the world, and the potential for the Digital Public Library of America to change the digital information landscape.
Listen at Radio Berkman or below:
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