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The DPLA and What It Means for PA

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A Pecha Kucha-style lighting talk on the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) given at the Pennsylvania Library Association Northeast Chapter workshop in Scranton, PA on June 13, 2014.

A Pecha Kucha-style lighting talk on the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) given at the Pennsylvania Library Association Northeast Chapter workshop in Scranton, PA on June 13, 2014.

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  • 1. Kristen Yarmey University of Scranton DPLA Community Rep @kristenyt info@dp.la @dpla …AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR THE
  • 2. VISION Photo by Martin Kalfatovi, 2013
  • 3. PUBLIC INTEREST Photo by Joseph Mornin, 2010 One of many Google Book metadata errors captured by Geoff Nunberg, 2009-2014 Art of Google Books
  • 4. ASSEMBLING THE EXPERTS Photo by camera_obscura, 2011
  • 5. GRASSROOTS EFFORT Photo by Diana Geis, 2012
  • 6. PUBLIC LAUNCH
  • 7. SO WHAT IS THE DPLA? Drawings by Martha McGinnis, 2011
  • 8. A SMALL STUMBLING BLOCK Photo by mollyali, 2008
  • 9. A PLACE TO START
  • 10. OPEN PLATFORM Drawing by Jeff Light, 2013 (Photo by Martin Kalfatovic)
  • 11. PORTAL FOR DISCOVERY
  • 12. CURATED EXHIBITIONS
  • 13. OPEN DATA
  • 14. OPEN API
  • 15. CONTENT HUBS dp.la/info/hubs
  • 16. SERVICE HUBS dp.la/info/hubs
  • 17. PUTTING THE PA IN DPLA
  • 18. PUTTING THE PA IN DPLA
  • 19. PUTTING THE PA IN DPLA
  • 20. GETTING INVOLVED o Come to our breakout session today!  o Come to our PALA session in October!  o Explore DPLA’s current collections o Introduce your patrons to DPLA o Follow DPLA on Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr o Join a DPLA discussion forum or email list o Be consistent and follow established standards if/when digitizing/describing materials (ask us for help!) o Attend a DPLA hackathon or event o Create something with DPLA’s open API o Join DPLA’s community of developers o Apply to become a volunteer Community Rep o Donate to help support DPLA’s growth find out more at dp.la/info/get-involved

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