Paving the Way for Digital Library Interoperability: The DL.org Project
Authors: 
Katerina El Raheb
Authors: 
George Athanasopoulos
Authors: 
Leonardo Candela
Authors: 
Donatella Castelli
Authors: 
Perla Innocenti
Authors: 
Yannis Ioannidis
Authors: 
Akrivi Katifori
Authors: 
Anna Nika
Authors: 
Stephanie Parker
Authors: 
Seamus Ross
Authors: 
Constantino Thanos
Authors: 
Eleni Toli
Authors: 
Giuseppina Vullo
Date published: 
2010
Published In: 
Quantitative and Qualitative Methods for Libraries Conference (QQML 2010) Proceedings, 25-28 May 2010, Chania, Crete (Greece)
Type: 
Conference Article
Abstract: 

While Digital Libraries (DLs) are moving towards universally accessible collections of human knowledge, considerable advances are needed in DL methodologies and technologies to make this happen. Interoperability between DLs is a crucial requirement to achieve this goal. The European project, DL.org, is focused on advancing the state of the art in this area by proposing solutions, fostering best practices and shared standards, drawing on the knowledge acquired during the DELOS Network of Excellence, and harnessing the expertise of DL domain stakeholder communities. By serving this goal, DL.org is paving the way for the embedding of new research achievements into real-world systems, opening up new cross-domain research perspectives and supporting the advancement of the European Information Space for the knowledge-based economy.

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