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DLF seeks to facilitate conversations and activities related to digital library assessment. To take part, join the Digital Library Assessment Interest Group (DLF AIG), which is open to anyone interested in learning about or collaborating on the improvement of this work!
Research and cultural heritage institutions are, as a matter of course, providing online access to converted and born-digital scholarly and cultural content. As the amount of that content continues to grow, there is an increased need to standardize our assessment efforts in a more strategic way.
The Assessment Interest Group is actively engaged in creating products and literature, including white papers, annotated bibliographies, project documentation, and additional resources, to assist with the assessment of digital libraries.
The DLF AIG was formed in 2014 as an informal interest group within the larger DLF community.
Read the original announcement on the formation of AIG.
Check group communications or the DLF Community Calendar for the most up-to-date schedule
Annotated Bibliography for Cultural Assessment of Digital Collections (2017) (Contribute here)
Metadata Assessment Presentations & Publications of Note (2016) (Contribute here)
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