DPLA: Join a workstream!
Posted by Wrentyinone in October 24, 2011.
Thanks again to everyone who participated, whether in person or via our livestream, liveblog, and other online channels, in last week’s Digital Public Library of America plenary meeting! The last session of the meeting focused on reporting out from the DPLA workstream meetings held on October 20. Workstream members met before the plenary to begin to discuss and map out key questions, critical challenges, and potential ways forward for each group. Each workstream developed a mission-in-progress and a short list of priorities to share with today’s audience. The draft mission statements are available on Slideshare and below:
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As work moves forward in our six workstreams, we encourage you to add your voice. Workstream membership is open to everyone; sign up by joining the workstream listserv and adding your name to the appropriate page on the DPLA wiki. More information is available on our individual workstream pages:
- Audience & Participation
- Content & Scope
- Financial/Business Models
- Legal Issues
- Technical Aspects
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