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Scope and content of a possible Digital Public Library of America

Earlier this week, the Digital Public Library of America planning initiative gathered a lively group in Cambridge for a workshop organized around the "content and scope" research track. The DPLA team at the Berkman Center is folding notes from the workshop into the DPLA wiki (to which, it's hoped, interested folks will continue to contribute), with a report on the way; meantime, there's a clutch of firsthand reports accessible:

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March 4 update: Here are the March 1 Workshop Notes.

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Digital Public Library of America

The DPLA empowers people to learn, grow, and contribute to a diverse and better-functioning society by maximizing public access to our shared history, culture, and knowledge.