Steering Committee member Robert Darnton recently participated in a panel for the MIT Communications Forum. The topic of the panel, “Digitizing the Culture of Print: The DPLA and Other Urgent Projects,” addressed the following issues:
The role of the library in the digital age is one of the compelling questions of our era. How are libraries coping with the promise and perils of our impending digital future? What urgent initiatives are underway to assure universal access to our print inheritance and to the digital communication forms of the future? How is the very idea of the library changing?
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