Wednesday, March 30, 2005

OCLC's Digital and Preservation Dispatch

After a 10 month absence, the Digital and Preservation Dispatch is again being published. The publication will be delivered via an e-mail distribution list on a semi-monthly basis. The March 2005 issue contains the following stories:

  1. New Jersey is preparing to move its documentation into the digital age
  2. Allen Weinstein becomes ninth archivist of the United States
  3. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor administered the oath of office
  4. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) announces cooperative agreement.
  5. Mold Outbreak: An Immediate Response
  6. Disaster Map of Tsunami
  7. OCLC Members Council Discusses Impact of Technology on Delivery of Library Services
  8. Why Google Uncle Sam?
  9. Google’s Scholarly and Digitization Initiatives
  10. New Approaches to Television Archiving
  11. Article details the David Rumsey Collection of Historical Maps Online
  12. Technology Watch Report 3 from Digicult
  13. at the Miller Center of Public Affairs
  14. George Grantham Bain Collection – The Library of Congress
  15. Linus Paulding and the Nature of the Chemical Bond: A Documentary History

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