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Tag Archives: One Big Library
The World Digital Library is a project that is quite vast in scope, but is looking ready to take on the challenge of combining primary historical resources from many of the worlds great libraries. This project was started by UNESCO … Continue reading
Advice to a slightly less experienced geek librarian is written by Daniel Chudnov at One Big Library, and is an excellent essay with good advice for anyone exploring new ways to do things in libraries. I can vouch for a … Continue reading
It seems odd that it hasn’t happened before now, but the Library of Congress has just started a blog. from One Big Library
Wow… library blog land is abuzz tonight with the release of LibraryFind… and it does look fantastic! It is an open source federated search engine that is fully customizable, and the price is right. Check out the Oregon State University … Continue reading