This week’s digest spotlights a discussion among architects and librarians about the role of libraries in a digital world, a Pew Research Center report on the relationship among parents, children, libraries, and reading, the digitization of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s handwritten ledger, Purdue University’s newly launched Data Curation Profiles Directory, and a video of Robert Darnton and John Palfrey discussing copyright laws and libraries at Harvard Law School.
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The DPLA is pleased to announce it is partnering with the David Rumsey Map Collection to provide online access to tens of thousands of significant historical maps and imagines.
This week’s digest covers the new U.S. National Archives website called “The Digital Vaults,” a speech from the House Judiciary Committee concerning a review of the U.S. copyright law, Simon & Schuster’s library ebook pilot, the Library of Congress’s special Grammy Award, and New York City’s protests against the sale of libraries.
Doron Weber, Vice President, Programs at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and member of the DPLA Advisory Committee, penned a guest post celebrating the DPLA launch.