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View Resource Greenstone Digital Library Software

Greenstone is a suite of software designed to build and distribute digital library collections. Produced by the New Zealand Digital Library Project at the University of Waikato, this innovative tool was created to "empower users, particularly in universities, libraries, and other public service institutions, to build their own digital libraries." The software consists of the Collector, which helps...

http://www.greenstone.org/
View Resource Summary Report of the Series on Joint NSF-EU Working Groups on Future Directions for Digital Libraries Research: October 12, 1998

The European Union and the National Science Foundation have been collaborating on a joint international project to identify future research directions and funding priorities for digital libraries. Five working groups were established to explore specific research areas: Intellectual Property and Economics, Global Resource Discovery, Interoperability, Metadata, and Multilingual Information Access....

https://www.ercim.eu/publication/ws-proceedings/DELOS-B/dl_s...
View Resource Dspace Federation

Online storage has become more affordable and feasible, allowing for advances in the management and dissemination of digital materials. DSpace is a digital repository software system for research libraries and institutions, which captures, stores, indexes, preserves, and redistributes intellectual materials in digital formats. Developed jointly by MIT Libraries and Hewlett-Packard (HP), DSpace is...

http://www.dspace.org/
View Resource Omeka 1.1

Interested in creating your own digital archive? Look no further than Omeka 1.1. Created by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, Omeka gives individuals and institutions the freedom to create an online exhibition in a matter of minutes. Visitors can view the "What is Omeka" video for more information, check out their blog, and also look at projects that have used Omeka...

http://omeka.org/
View Resource Omeka 1.2.1

So maybe you have a clutch of photos or documents that would like to transform into a digital collection? Omeka can help you out with that. This web-publishing platform allows users to set up an online exhibition quickly, and it is designed with non-IT specialists in mind. The program also has features and plugins that information science specialists will enjoy, including Dublin Core metadata...

http://omeka.org/