Last Friday was the Digital Public Library of America’s first plenary meeting, and there’s been a lot of news and discussion surrounding the event. Whether you missed the livestream or want to read some commentaries discussing the DPLA, we’ve got you covered:
- First, the two-minute summary from The Atlantic, for the truly time-pressed.
- Jennifer Howard has a detailed and fascinating post at the Chronicle about the plenary meeting and the issues involved.
- The DPLA’s website (conveniently located at dp.la) has some great resources up, from two artists’ graphic notes (the source for the above image) to video of the day’s events.
And finally, a few more thoughts from around the web:
- The Challenges of Building a Digital Public Library of America - Hack Education
- The Digital Public Library of America - Hack Library School