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Internet Archive Presents
Aug 10, 2022
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What is dataraising and why should nonprofits care? For millennia humans have given time and money to each other and to causes they care about. A few hundred years ago we invented nonprofit organizations and they’ve become a key mechanism in the donation of private resources for public benefit. Now, we can also donate digital data. Organizations such as iNaturalist use donated digital photographs to build communities of nature lovers and inform climate scientists. Other organizations are...
Topics: webinar, philanthropy
Internet Archive Presents
Jul 20, 2022
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Perfect for book lovers, this is a fascinating exploration of the history of libraries and the people who built them, from the ancient world to the digital age. Join historian Abby Smith Rumsey for a book talk & conversation with Andrew Pettegree and Arthur der Weduwen, authors of The Library: A Fragile History . Resources shared during the talk: Purchase your copy of The Library: A Fragile History from The Booksmith, our San Francisco local bookstore, or your own local bookshop. The...
Topics: webinar, book talk, author
Internet Archive Presents
Jul 19, 2022
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Brewster Kahle of the Internet Archive: Universal Access to All Knowledge, with Maria Bustillos at the New York Society Library June 4, 2022 This is a great time to be an archivist and librarian—digital memory is ever more important and more difficult to manage. Advances in computing and communications mean that we can cost-effectively store every book, sound recording, movie, software package, and public webpage ever created and provide access to these collections via the Internet to...
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Internet Archive Presents
Jul 8, 2022
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On July 8, 2022, author and editor Tom Scocca spoke at a  press conference  about the copyright lawsuit brought against the Internet Archive by four commercial publishers. Tom is an editor at The Brick House, the proprietor of Indignity, and the former politics editor at Slate. He is the author of  Beijing Welcomes You: Unveiling the Capital City of the Future . These are his remarks: To be a writer in the 21st century is to be caught between two conflicting concerns: the fear that one’s...
Topics: controlled digital lending, lawsuit
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On July 8, 2022, Brewster Kahle, founder and digital librarian of the Internet Archive, spoke at a  press conference  about the copyright lawsuit brought against the Internet Archive by four commercial publishers. These are his remarks: The Internet Archive is a non-profit library. And we do what libraries have always done. What libraries do is we buy, preserve and lend books to one reader at a time. Why do we do it?  Libraries are a pillar of our democracy. We are a great equalizer,...
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On July 8, 2022, Corynne McSherry, legal director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, spoke at a  press conference  about the copyright lawsuit brought against the Internet Archive by four commercial publishers. These are her remarks: The Internet Archive, headquartered in San Francisco, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit library dedicated to preserving and sharing knowledge. Through Controlled Digital Lending (“CDL”), the Internet Archive and other nonprofit libraries make and lend out digital...
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On July 8, 2022, Benjamin Saracco, medical school librarian, spoke at a press conference about the copyright lawsuit brought against the Internet Archive by four commercial publishers. These are his remarks: Hi everyone. My name is Benjamin Saracco, and I’m a research and digital services faculty librarian at an academic medical and hospital library in New Jersey. My library serves the doctors, nurses, residents, and other healthcare workers in the hospital, and also the students, faculty,...
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Internet Archive Presents
Jun 28, 2022
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The Internet Archive invites you to a book talk with Edward Wilson-Lee, author of The Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books: Christopher Columbus, His Son, and the Quest to Build the World’s Greatest Library , followed by a conversation with Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive. Resources shared during the talk: Purchase your copy of The Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books from The Booksmith, our San Francisco local bookstore, or your own local bookshop. " What can be Learned from...
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Why did Facebook rename itself for the Metaverse? What is the metaverse & how are people experiencing it? How are artists, nonprofits, even the NBA are racking up seven-figure payouts for otherwise mundane pieces of media called NFTs (non-fungible tokens)? Why are they so despised? In this session, we look at the crazy breakthrough apps and items populating decentralized web. Plus demonstrations of how people are working, trading & creating in the metaverse. Jin is a hacker artist and...
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California Congressman Ro Khanna is a political rising star. Known both for his progressive leadership and his ability to work across the aisle, Khanna—who represents Silicon Valley—is one of the most important figures setting tech policy in our nation today. In his new book,  Dignity in a Digital Age: Making Tech Work for All of Us , Khanna offers a vision for democratizing digital innovation to build economically vibrant and inclusive communities. Instead of being subject to tech’s...
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Internet Archive Presents
May 12, 2022
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In this final session of the Internet Archive’s digital humanities expo, Library as Laboratory , you’ll hear from scholars in a series of short presentations about their research and how they’re using collections and infrastructure from the Internet Archive for their work. Speakers: Forgotten Histories of the Mid-Century Coding Bootcamp , [ watch ] Kate Miltner (University of Edinburgh) Japan As They Saw It , [ watch ] Tom Gally (University of Tokyo) The Bibliography of Life , [ watch...
Topics: webinar, digital humanities, LibLab
Internet Archive Presents
Apr 28, 2022
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Martin R. Kalfatovic (BHL Program Director and Associate Director, Smithsonian Library and Archives) and JJ Dearborn (BHL Data Manager) explore how books in the Biodiversity Heritage Library become data for the larger biodiversity community.   Imagine the great library of life, the library that Charles Darwin said was necessary for the “cultivation of natural science” (1847). And imagine that this library is not just hundreds of thousands of books printed from 1500 to the present, but...
Topics: webinar, digital humanities
Internet Archive Presents
Apr 13, 2022
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How can treating television news as data create fundamentally new kinds of inquiry and analysis? Learn how journalists and data scientists use the TV News Archive to compare, contrast and cite television news in this discussion with Roger Macdonald and Kalev Leetaru. Links shared during this session are available in the Library as Laboratory Resource Guide . You can also review the session chat .
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Join us for a book talk with John Markoff in conversation with journalist Steven Levy ( Facebook: The Inside Story ), on the occasion of Markoff’s new biography, WHOLE EARTH: The Many Lives of Stewart Brand . Links shared during the discussion: Purchase your copy of WHOLE EARTH: The Many Lives of Stewart Brand from The Booksmith, our local bookstore in San Francisco. "Mother of all Demos" presentation from Douglas Engelbart. 1957 film Desk Set - major pop culture treatment of office...
Topics: whole earth, webinar
Join educator & bibliographer Laura Gibbs and researcher, writer & artist Helen Nde as they give attendees a guided tour of the African folktales in the Internet Archive’s collection. Laura will share her favorite search tips for exploring the treasure trove of books at the Internet Archive, and how to share the treasures you find with colleagues, students, and fellow readers in the form of a digital bibliography guide. Helen will share how she uses the Internet Archive’s...
Topics: webinar, africa, folktales, digital humanities
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Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online Quinn Dombrowski, Stanford University Learn more about the Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online project Watch Archives Unleashed Launched in 2020, the Cohort program is engaging with researchers in a year-long collaboration and mentorship with the Archives Unleashed Project and the Internet Archive, to support web archival research.   Web archives provide a rich resource for exploration and discovery! As such, this session will feature the...
Topics: webinar, web archiving, cohort
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Libraries understand the headache of storing materials. How do you create room for an ever-expanding collection? What if you don’t want to weed materials to make room? Enter decentralized storage—a network of P-2-P servers that store materials across a global network of storage nodes. What problems does this solve? What problems does this create? Where is the state of decentralized storage today? We ‘ll see media collections and how they are preserved in Storj, Filecoin, and beyond.
Topics: webinar, dweb
Internet Archive Presents
Mar 10, 2022
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From the hundreds of libraries using Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) to meet the needs of their communities to the many working groups and vendors investigating its potential, it’s clear that this innovative library practice is on the rise. This session will give everyone an update on where the community is today & where it’s going. **** Resource Guide A White Paper on Controlled Digital Lending of Library Books:  https://controlleddigitallending.org/whitepaper Independent Publisher...
Topics: webinar, zoom, CDL, controlled digital lending
Internet Archive Presents
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What can you do with billions of archived web pages? In the kickoff session to the Library as Laboratory series , Jefferson Bailey, Internet Archive’s Director of Web Archiving & Data Services, and Helge Holzmann, Web Data Engineer, will take attendees on a tour of the methods and techniques available for analyzing web archives at scale.  Links shared during the session are available in the series Resource Guide . Read the session recap .
Topics: webinar, digital humanities, digital scholarship
Internet Archive Presents
Feb 2, 2022
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The Decentralized Web: An Introduction Session 1 What is the decentralized web, why is it important, and where is it along the path of development? What are the problems the decentralized web seeks to solve? Who are the players working to realize this vision? Why is the Internet Archive, a library, a leader in the decentralized web movement? Video is also available on the METRO YouTube channel The World Wide Web started with so much promise: to connect people across any distance, to allow...
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Internet Archive Presents
Jan 21, 2022
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On January 20, 2022, the Internet Archive, Creative Commons and many other leaders from the Open world honored the treasure trove of works published in 1926 that entered the public domain in 2022. The public domain grew richer with canonical works from authors like Hemingway, Faulkner and Dorothy Parker, silent film classics like Nanook of the North, and beloved children’s stories about Winnie-the Pooh and the Hundred Acre woods, becoming freely available to all.  Due to the recently enacted...
Topics: webinar, public domain, zoom
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While consumers happily “Netflix and chill,” the state of digital media within schools, libraries, and other educational institutions is anything but “chill.” Instead of purchasing to own and lend, libraries and universities are forced to pay for ballooning subscription costs that put significant restrictions on their ability to serve the public and make it impossible for libraries and schools to fulfill their missions. Despite enormous digital inequity, music, film, and even printed...
Topics: webinar, video, streaming
Internet Archive Presents
Dec 3, 2021
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The Internet Archive invites you to join in a virtual book talk with authors Deanna Marcum and Roger C. Schonfeld about their new book, "Along Came Google: A History of Library Digitization." This session features Deanna and Roger in conversation with Brewster Kahle, the founder and digital librarian of the Internet Archive, as they discuss the history of library digitization projects and what these efforts hold for future scholars. 
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Internet Archive Presents
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Join Library Futures, Internet Archive, and the Georgetown Intellectual Property and Information Policy (iPIP) Clinic for a panel on copyright, licensing, accessibility, and the law. We’ll be discussing new scholarship from legal experts Michelle Wu (retired Georgetown University Law Center) and Blake Reid (Clinical Professor at Colorado Law). Wu’s “The Corruption of Copyright and Returning to its Original Purposes” (Legal Reference Services Quarterly) looks at how some industries have...
Topics: webinar, copyright
Internet Archive Presents
Oct 27, 2021
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This session was part of the 2021 Library Leaders Forum . Learn about the Internet Archive’s new resource sharing initiatives and how your library can participate. If you're interested in participating in resource sharing activities with the Internet Archive, please reach out via e-mail to ill@archive.org .
Topics: webinar, interlibrary loan, ill
Internet Archive Presents
Oct 21, 2021
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The  Library Leaders Forum  is a two-week virtual event exploring issues related to digital ownership and the future of library collections. Jump to: Musical intro  - San Francisco-based jazz musician  Vic Wong Opening remarks - Chris Freeland, Internet Archive Welcome - Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive Teaching During COVID Lauren Sherman, Educator Lisa Petrides, ISKME Internet Archive Hero Award ceremony Kanta Kapoor , 2021 Internet Archive Hero Award recipient Lisa Radha Weaver , 2021...
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Internet Archive Presents
Oct 19, 2021
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Kanta Kapoor is the recipient of the 2021 Internet Archive Hero Award. The Internet Archive Hero Award is an annual award that recognizes those who have exhibited leadership in making information available for digital learners all over the world.  Learn more about Kanta & her work .
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Lisa Radha Weaver is the recipient of the 2021 Internet Archive Hero Award. The Internet Archive Hero Award is an annual award that recognizes those who have exhibited leadership in making information available for digital learners all over the world.  Learn more about Lisa & her work .
Topics: hero award, library leaders forum
Internet Archive Presents
Oct 14, 2021
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The Library Leaders Forum is a two-week virtual event exploring issues related to digital ownership and the future of library collections. Jump to: Musical intro - San Francisco-based jazz musician Nick Rossi Opening remarks - Chris Freeland, Internet Archive Welcome - Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive Controlled Digital Lending: A recent overview - Jennie Rose Halperin, Library Futures Panel discussion - Digital Ownership & the Future of Library Collections Lila Bailey, Internet Archive...
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Internet Archive Presents
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The Internet Archive’s Open Libraries program empowers libraries to lend digital books to patrons using Controlled Digital Lending. Attendees will learn how CDL works, the benefits of the Open Libraries program , and the impact that the program is having for partner libraries and the communities they serve. Links shared during the session: Library Leaders Forum https://libraryleadersforum.org/   Open Libraries http://openlibraries.online/   WATCH: How Controlled Digital Lending Works...
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In September 2021, Library Futures Foundation released a policy document, “ Controlled Digital Lending: Unlocking the Library’s Full Potential. ” Library Futures Foundation developed this document in consultation with the Intellectual Property and Information Policy (iPIP) Clinic at Georgetown Law. The document covers all the benefits, innovations, and goals that are the basis of any controlled digital lending system and makes the crucial connection between CDL and issues of equity. It...
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A discussion with the author of The New Enlightenment, Peter B. Kaufman, and the CEO of Creative Commons, Catherine Stihler. How do we create a universe of truthful and verifiable information, available to everyone? The Internet Archive, Library Futures Foundation, and Creative Commons invite you to join us for a virtual book talk with Peter B. Kaufman , about his book The New Enlightenment and the Fight to Free Knowledge . Peter is joined by Catherine Stihler, CEO of Creative Commons, as they...
Topics: open access, webinar
Open Library Data
Sep 20, 2021
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Internet Archive Presents
Sep 9, 2021 Chris Freeland
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On September 9, 2021, Internet Archive hosted an online webinar, “Reflecting on 9/11: Twenty Years of Archived TV News” Learn from scholars, journalists, archivists, and data scientists about the importance of archived television for gaining insights into our evolving understanding of history and society. Participants included the Internet Archive , The American Archive of Public Broadcasting , The Vanderbilt Television News Archive and UCLA Library’s NewsScape TV News Archive .  Jump to...
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Topics: video, television, news, 9/11
Internet Archive Presents
Aug 25, 2021
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20 Years after Raj Reddy launched the Million Book Project we explore the impact of bringing millions of books online. Turing Award-winning computer scientist, Raj Reddy, has always been a techno-optimist. In 2001, the Carnegie Mellon University professor launched the Universal Digital Library or Million Book Project, with the goal to create a free-to-read, searchable collection of one million books, available to everyone over the Internet. With funding from the National Science Foundation and...
Topic: digital library
Internet Archive Presents
Aug 3, 2021 Chris Freeland
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Libraries have historically been trusted hubs to equalize access to credible information, a crucial role that they should continue to fill in the digital age. However, as more information is born-digital, digitized, or digital-first, libraries must build new policy, legal and public understandings about how advances in technology impact our preservation, community, and collection development practices. This panel brought together legal scholars Ariel Katz (University of Toronto) and Argyri...
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Internet Archive Presents
Jul 16, 2021
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Written & Directed by Rory Mitchell  Produced by Josh Kalven @ Lone Pine Creative & Rory Mitchell @ The Mercantile Music by Dave "Mustang" Lang Sound Mixed by Dave McKeever  Featuring  Mary Moore Lauren Karp Mary Beth Fraser Connolly  Benjamin Bacr Sierra Katrina Rouan Melissa Guevara Laura Prieto, PhD
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Slides from the webinar, " Implementation & Integration: CDL For All Libraries ." Learn about building institutional Controlled Digital Lending policies, user experience for patrons and staff, technological platforms, and how you can get involved with the CDL community. Watch video
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Learn about building institutional Controlled Digital Lending policies, user experience for patrons and staff, technological platforms, and how you can get involved with the CDL community. View slides Download slides Links shared during the webinar: Library Futures: https://libraryfutures.net Project ReShare: https://projectreshare.org Internet Archive: https://archive.org Open Library Foundation: https://openlibraryfoundation.org CDL Implementers: https://sites.google.com/view/cdl-implementers...
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Virtual book talk with Richard Ovenden about his book, "Burning the Books: A History of the Deliberate Destruction of Knowledge." Richard is joined by Abby Smith Rumsey, writer and historian, as they discuss the history of intentional recorded knowledge destruction. 
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Internet Archive Presents
Jun 10, 2021 Chris Freeland
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Frequently Asked Questions About Controlled Digital Lending Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) is a widely used library practice that supports digital lending for libraries of all sizes. Even though CDL is used at hundreds of libraries around the world, questions remain about this important innovation in digital library lending. In this session, we tackled the most commonly asked questions surrounding CDL. This session was co-sponsored by EveryLibrary, Internet Archive & Library Futures....
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Internet Archive Presents
May 28, 2021 Chris Freeland
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Did you know that the Internet Archive has an active donations program ? We work with libraries, schools, publishers, and individual collectors who are looking to donate materials to the Internet Archive for preservation and digitization (as funding allows). We also have an innovative partnership with Better World Books, a trusted partner for many libraries. Viewers will hear from Liz Rosenberg, our fearless donation manager, as she walks everyone through the Internet Archive’s physical...
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The Booksmith, Library Futures and Internet Archive invite you to a discussion between Joanne McNeil, author of Lurking: How a Person Became a User , and technologist/artist Darius Kazemi.  In this thought-provoking event, Why Trust a Corporation to Do a Library’s Job? , McNeil and Kazemi examine how in the 1990's and early aughts, people became users, and users put their trust in a corporation (Google) to do the job of a library. 
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Topic: google
Internet Archive Presents
Apr 16, 2021 Chris Freeland
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For National Librarian Day, we talked with Alexis Rossi, Internet Archive’s director of media & access, about what drew her to librarianship & how she uses her skills to help users find relevant content among petabytes of data.
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Internet Archive Presents
Apr 13, 2021 Chris Freeland
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The Internet Archive's Open Libraries program empowers libraries to lend digital books to patrons using Controlled Digital Lending. Viewers will learn how CDL works, the benefits of the Open Libraries program, and the impact that the program is having for partner libraries and the communities they serve. Take action: Learn more about the Open Libraries program from our informational web site, including technical requirements for participating and signup form. Watch & share the animated...
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Keynote address at the Computers in Libraries 2021 virtual conference Session description:  The Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. But how is your library taking advantage of this incredible collection to enhance the digital experiences of your communities? Are you using it to curate unique local events or collections?  Chris Freeland discusses how libraries are embracing controlled digital lending to reach patrons...
Topics: digital library, internet archive
Internet Archive Presents
Mar 25, 2021 Chris Freeland
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The Internet Archive has been partnering with libraries to digitize their collections for more than 15 years. Following a viral video featuring our book digitization efforts, and increased demand for e-resources, we've had renewed interest in our book scanning partnerships, with libraries wondering how we might be able to help them reach their patrons through digitization. In this video, join scanning center managers Andrea Mills and Elizabeth MacLeod and services manager BZ Petroff as they...
Topic: digitization
Internet Archive Presents
Mar 24, 2021 BZ Petroff
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Ever wondered what it was like to work at the Internet Archive? Follow book digitization expert Eliza Zhang as she scans a book, and take a peek at the inner workings of the Internet Archive's library operations.
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Community Video
Mar 3, 2021 Chris Freeland
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Controlled Digital Lending is growing in popularity, as is the community of practice around the library lending model. In this video, Chris Freeland, Director of Open Libraries at the Internet Archive, hosts a one-hour session covering new developments with CDL.
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Community Video
Feb 17, 2021 Chris Freeland
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Have you felt limited by the interfaces into digital libraries and online book collections, wishing for the ability to walk down a row of books and explore visually? Well thanks to the Open Library Explorer , a new experimental interface from engineers at the Internet Archive, users can now recreate virtually the experience of browsing the bookshelves at a physical library.  In this quick 45 minute webinar, attendees will learn about the Open Library Explorer firsthand from its developers, and...
Topic: open library
Internet Archive Presents
Feb 11, 2021 Chris Freeland
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Quick walkthrough of how Controlled Digital Lending works, as implemented at the Internet Archive. Demo uses the book Dictionary of costume by R. Turner Wilcox.
Topics: cdl, controlled digital lending, digital library
Internet Archive Presents
Feb 11, 2021
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Controlled Digital Lending is the library practice whereby a library owns a book, digitizes it, and loans either the physical book or the digital copy to one user at a time. Illustration & Animation: Josh Kalven Written by: Wendy Hanamura, Josh Kalven & Rory Mitchell Executive Producers: Wendy Hanamura, Josh Kalven & Rory Mitchell Narration: Barrie Kealoha Sound design: Redhorse Studio Produced by Lone Pine Creative and The Mercantile
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Community Video
Feb 10, 2021 Chris Freeland
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Co-hosted by the Internet Archive and Library Futures, this webinar addressed the most commonly repeated myths about Controlled Digital Lending (CDL), countering misinformation and disinformation about the library practice now in use by hundreds of libraries. Attendees heard from authors, librarians, copyright specialists, and policy experts as they responded to the common misconceptions about controlled digital lending. Read more about the event in our recap post . Jump to: Welcome from Jennie...
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Topics: cdl, controlled digital lending, digital library
Community Video
Oct 27, 2020 Internet Archive
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Update from Chris Freeland, Director of Open Libraries, Internet Archive for Shaping Access 2020. Links mentioned in the discussion include: Impacts of the National Emergency Library, More impacts, Even more impacts Internet Archive response to publishers' lawsuit Judge Sets Tentative Trial Date for November 2021 Library Leaders Forum recordings " Publishers are Taking the Internet to Court " - Maria Bustillos, The Nation Public statement from Neil Gaiman about the publishers' lawsuit...
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Community Video
Oct 21, 2020 Internet Archive
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Video recording from the  Library Leaders Forum: Impact  session. October 20, 2020. Join Internet Archive founder and digital librarian Brewster Kahle for two special presentations during our final session of the Library Leaders Forum: Brewster presented the Internet Archive Hero Award to Michelle Wu, the visionary behind Controlled Digital Lending (CDL). Learn what inspired Michelle to envision CDL and where the library practice fits in our current pandemic.  We celebrated the grand...
Topics: video, cdl, marygrove, LLF
HD Video
Oct 20, 2020
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Browse the Marygrove College Library , now available online. In October 2020, the collection of Detroit-based Marygrove College Library, comprising more than 70,000 books and journals, starts a new life online with the support of the Internet Archive. With the college closing in December 2019, concerns arose about the future of the library’s collection, which offers a uniquely African American perspective, reflecting the historical and cultural influences of its local community in Detroit....
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Topics: marygrove, documentary, library
Internet Archive Press
Oct 16, 2020
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Press kit for Marygrove College Library reopening on October 20, 2020. Images: Valerie Deering, Poet, Marygrove College Class of 1972 Documentary short " Marygrove Library: A Living Legacy "  Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Burns, President of Marygrove College Marygrove College Library online:  https://archive.org/details/marygrovecollege
Topic: press
Community Video
Oct 13, 2020 Internet Archive
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Video recording from the  Library Leaders Forum: Community  session. October 13, 2020. A community of practice has emerged around Controlled Digital Lending, and its utility for libraries and educators has been amply demonstrated during library and school closures due to COVID-19. There are now hundreds of libraries that are participating in Controlled Digital Lending programs and using the library practice to reach their patrons while service is disrupted. In this session you’ll learn from...
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Community Video
Oct 8, 2020 Internet Archive
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Video recording from the Library Leaders Forum: Policy session. October 6, 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that the need for digital access to books and other materials is more important than ever, but our models for production, distribution, and access are not functioning to meet the needs of this moment for many. For the biggest publishers, book sales are up, and everyone agrees digital is the path forward, but what that means for independent/academic publishers, authors, and...
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Topics: video, cdl, controlled digital lending
Community Video
Oct 1, 2020 Chris Freeland
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Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Burns about the donation of the Marygrove College library to Internet Archive in 2019.
Topic: donation
The Internet Archive
Sep 24, 2020 Internet Archive
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Join the #EmpoweringLibraries campaign and help protect the right of libraries to buy and lend digital books. Watch recordings from the 2020 Library Leaders Forum to learn how libraries are using Controlled Digital Lending to meet the needs of the communities they serve. Download files to support the #EmpoweringLibraries campaign.
Topics: CDL, controlled digital lending, social media
Community Video
Aug 7, 2020
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Video of press conference on controlled digital lending on July 22, 2020 
Topics: CDL, controlled digital lending
Community Images
Jun 22, 2020
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Images for our blog
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Internet Archive Presents
Oct 30, 2019 Internet Archive
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Photo credit: Brad Shirakawa Images taken during the 2019 Library Leaders Forum held on October 23, 2019, at San Francisco Public Library.
Topic: library leaders forum
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May 22, 2019 Chris Freeland
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Open Libraries webinar from May 22, 2019.
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Internet Archive Presents
Apr 1, 2019 Chris Freeland
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Presentation by Chris Freeland (Internet Archive), Peter Baldwin (Arcadia), Amy Brand (MIT Press), Brewster Kahle (Internet Archive), and Dean John Smith (Cornell University Press) for 2018 Association of University Presses Annual Conference, San Francisco.
Topic: ebooks
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Apr 1, 2019 Chris Freeland
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Presentation by Chris Freeland (Internet Archive), Kyle Courtney (Harvard Library), and Terry Ehling (MIT Press) on controlled digital lending at CNI Winter 2018, Washington, DC.
Topic: ebooks
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Apr 1, 2019 Chris Freeland
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Presentation on Internet Archive ebook activities, including Arcadia-funded digitization of university press collections, by Chris Freeland at 2018 American Library Association Annual Conference, New Orleans.
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Feb 22, 2019 Chris Freeland
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Interview with Brewster Kahle and David Leonard, President of Boston Public Library, from "Boston Public Radio" with Jim and Margery, broadcast from WGBH's studio at BPL. Topics include The Great 78s project, library reformatting, controlled digital lending, "Wasted" by Mark Judge, and the future of the book. Original air date: February 22, 2019
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Dec 21, 2018 Chris Freeland
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For anyone who puts off decorating for the holidays...
Topics: christmas, Super8
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Dec 13, 2018
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MARC records for 1) Sonoma County Library holdings and 2) 300 music scores donated to Internet Archive from Sonoma County Library, December 2018.
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Open Library Data
Aug 21, 2018 Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
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MARC records for monographs from Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
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Jul 17, 2018 California Academy of Sciences
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MARC record export from California Academy of Sciences, ca. 2017
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Apr 16, 2018 Chris Freeland
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Audio files for ISLT 7361
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