Digital Public Library of America website now live!

 

The official website for the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) went live on Tuesday, October 4, 2011. Read about this exciting project, and listen to Robert Darnton, director of Harvard University’s library and one of the DPLA’s steering-committee members, explain the mission and goals of the DPLA, at The Atlantic online. Remember, the DPLA Plenary Meeting is open to the public and coming up soon on October 21 at the National Archives in Washington, DC!

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