The digital library is an example of how we adapt to social changes, thus we talk about providing literary achievements through the Internet. Thus, students or schoolchildren can prepare for assignments or college term papers for sale in order to keep up and close their study plans on time.
Have you heard of DPLA? If you haven’t, you’re in for a nice surprise! DPLA is an all-digital, national library that pulls together the metadata of digital objects (books, films, images, photographs, etc.) hosted by libraries, archives, and special collections around the country and amasses them in a single portal with a single, powerful search engine.
There’s tons of cool stuff to be discovered; and don’t worry if you don’t have time at work to peek around…DPLA has a library of apps to help you discover its content on your mobile device when you’re waiting for the train to arrive, sitting in a doctor’s office, or simply have a free moment to browse the possibilities. Interested in using DPLA for research? Try the guide I created!
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This is the first post from our newest editor Jessica Breiman. Welcome to the team!