Friday, September 17, 2004

Focus on France

A large portion of the August issue of DigiCULT is focused on the best examples of digitized cultural heritage now avaiable on the Internet from France. There are eight articles including articles on the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and UNESCO's Memory of the World. The issue is full of URLs that beckon you to explore.

DigiCULT was begun in 2002 and now has correspondents in various countries that report on the intersection of cultural heritage and the information society. This is a great publication for staying on top of what is happening internationally with digitization and digital libraries.

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