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Dlg lyrasis pres 2013
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Dlg lyrasis pres 2013
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Dlg lyrasis pres 2013
Dlg lyrasis pres 2013
Dlg lyrasis pres 2013
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  • - Formed in 1995, DLG in 1999Mix of UGA and galileo staff work on DLGHighly collaborative
  • Talk about types of materials and collectionsHow the dlg functionsDlg records and Subject indexingPermanent urls
  • The wide variety of the collected visual images results from efforts by archivists from the Georgia Division of Archives and History who sought, between 1975 and 1996, to preserve Georgia's endangered historical photographs. Gathered through a special project to find and copy photographs that individuals presented to archivists at public sessions, the images in Vanishing Georgia were created from the original photographs. The original photographs were returned to the donors at the collection site. In essence, the Vanishing Georgia negatives housed at the Georgia Archives represent photographs of photographs.
  • Just passed 60,000 items- Developed in 1996 as GALILEO's first digital conversion initiative and redesigned in 2009, theGeorgia Government Publications (GGP) database serves as a digital repository of over 60,000documents and publications released by agencies of Georgia's executive branch.- The Georgia Government Publications (GGP) database consists of over 60,000 documents produced by Georgia state agencies. The majority of the documents are scanned images; however, with the passing of an amendment to the law (O.C.G.A. 20-5-2) in 2000 requiring state agencies to submit publications in electronic format a greater percentage of searchable pdf files are included in the database and are noted as electronic text. Georgia state agencies are required by law to submit publications that they produce for the public to the official depository at the University of Georgia Libraries.
  • Launched in 2008The CRDL features an online archive of more than 30 hours of historical news film, allowing users to be nearly eyewitnesses to key events of the civil rights movement. CRDL also is a national portal connecting learners to related content from 100 U.S. libraries, archives, mu-seums, and public broadcasters. The centerpiece of the site is a collection of about 450 clips held by the Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection at theUniversity of Georgia Libraries.
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    • 1. Andy CarterDigita l ProjectsArchivis tU n i v e r s i t y o f G e o r g i ac a r t e r a @ u g a . e d uTHE DIGITAL LIBRARYOF GEORGIA
    • 2. Topics Structure of the DLG Vanishing Georgia Georgia GovernmentPublications (GGP) Georgia HistoricNewspapers Civil Rights DigitalLibrary (CRDL) Resources Questions
    • 3.  GALILEOhttp://about.galileo.usg.edu/BACKGROUND
    • 4. THE DLG
    • 5. VANISHING GEORGIA
    • 6. GGP
    • 7. GEORGIA HISTORIC NEWSPAPERS
    • 8. CIVIL RIGHTS DIGITAL LIBRARY
    • 9. Resources Digital Library of Georgia http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/ GALILEO collection information sheets http://about.galileo.usg.edu/documents/ Georgia Newspaper Project http://www.libs.uga.edu/gnp/ DLG B – blog of the Digital Library of Georgia http://blog.dlg.galileo.usg.edu/ DLG in the Digital Public Library of America http://dp.la/ DLG on Facebook and Twitter
    • 10. QUESTIONShttp://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/vanga/id:bal149

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