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DLG profiled by the Digital Public Library of America

2013 February 22
by Andy Carter

The DLG serves as a “digital hub” for the developing Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). In this capacity, the DLG (one of seven hubs) will be a pipeline for aggregated data from regional libraries, museums, and archives (read more about the function of these hubs here).

The DPLA blog highlights the DLG today, as part of their ongoing introduction to the digital hubs. Take a look:

I was glad to spend time this week searching through the collections of the Digital Library of Georgia (DLG). The DLG serves as part of the University of Georgia’s GALILEO initiative. The DLG’s services extend beyond the access it provides to the documents in its portals, and includes metadata aggregation, text encoding, scanning and digital imaging services, and the preservation of the library’s massive Georgia Newspaper Project.

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