Press: “A Digital Public Library?”
Posted by DPLA in January 1, 2011.
“The dream of creating a national digital library, free to all, began to seem much less like a fantasy in early October. In a private meeting convened by Pforzheimer University Professor Robert Darnton—arranged by the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and funded by a private foundation—42 leaders of research libraries, major foundations, and national cultural institutions met in Cambridge to discuss how to work together toward the creation of a Digital Public Library of America.”
From John Harvard’s Journal in Harvard Magazine, “A Digital Public Library?”