Although we’re a digital project, we obviously consist of human beings with a distinctly non-virtual existence, and we are very lucky to have a daily presence in the first municipal public library in America, the Boston Public Library.
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We are so pleased to announce our first class of DPLA Community Reps–volunteers who engage their local communities by leading DPLA outreach activities. We received an overwhelming response to our call for applicants and were able to admit 100 people into the the first class.
Happy Holidays from the Digital Public Library of America! Please make a tax-deductible donation to the DPLA today and help ensure that we’re able to build on 2013’s incredible momentum.
A November 2013 post from Dan Cohen’s personal blog.
We thought the DPLA community might be interested in a few stats we’ve gathered about our partners and their collections at the six-month mark. We’re still building, growing, and testing, but the numbers give some insight into where we’re content-rich and where we might consider focusing our development efforts.
DPLA Seeks to Provide Libraries with Digital Services as Part of the FCC’s E-rate Modernization Program
The Digital Public Library of America has submitted a comment to the FCC outlining how DPLA’s infrastructure can enable public libraries to modernize their digital services and overall mission.
It’s not very often you get to build a new library. Together, that’s what we will begin to do today.
From all of us at the Digital Public Library of America, our hearts go out to those affected by the terrible events in Boston yesterday.