The Web Library:
Building a World Class Personal Library with Free Web Resources
Online companion to the
Frequently updated: last update = 5-13-05
Alexandria Digital Library
The project began in 1994 with the
development of the Alexandria Digital Library (ADL), a distributed digital
library with collections of georeferenced materials and services for
accessing those collections. Distributed means the library's
components may be spread across the Internet. Georeferenced means
the library's holdings are associated with a region (footprint) on the
surface of the Earth.
Alexandria Library Scholars Collective
summary, courtesy of the Indiana University's School of LIbrary and
Information Science, discusses
an online library that "wants it all...every book." Brave New World or
vaporware? You decide.
Institute (CMU) Historical New York Times Project
films of the original, now long-gone, newspaper pages from the Civil War.
Universal Library (Carnegie Mellon University)
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