Latest Digital library Stories
European publishers voiced objections in Brussels to a deal that would give Google rights to millions of out-of-print books scanned for digital distribution. Authors, publishers and other copyrights holders objected at a European Commission meeting to the plan proposed in a U.S.
US researchers have created a digital library and search engine that now holds more than 1 million journal articles and can be easily accessed by anyone.
Officials at UNESCO headquarters in Paris announced the launch of the World Digital Library on Monday.
A website that will offer free access to rare books, maps, manuscripts, films and photographs from across the globe called The World Digital Library is set to launch April 21 at UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
Digitizing for Preservation and Access: Past is Prologue WASHINGTON, March 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In celebration of its 75th anniversary, the National Archives will host its annual preservation conference entitled Digitizing for Preservation and Access: Past is Prologue, on Thursday, March 26, 2009.
- Job search skills, career licensing and certification, and GED preparation leading the way during the country's troubled economic times - NEW YORK, Feb.
--Additional online tutorials and tools help patrons better prepare for a new job or career -- NEW YORK, Jan.
The University of Texas at Austin--one of the largest public universities in the United States--is moving quickly to make it easier for faculty and staff to use published materials for a range of educational purposes.
By Brenner, Michaela Klein, Peter Libraries need to provide attractive and exciting discovery tools to draw patrons to the valuable resources in their catalogs.
Libraries across America have been expanding their selections of digital books, movies, and music so that their patrons can download them rather than check out physical copies.
- An armed gangster.