The great folks over at New York Law School who put together the “D Is For Digitize” conference on the Google Book Settlement have uploaded video recordings of all the sessions (click on linked program titles to go to the video). OITP’s Carrie Russell spoke at Friday’s “P is for Public” session. In addition, Peter Hirtle has written up nice summaries of the proceedings (click through for day 2, 3). Thanks again to James and NYLS for hosting this thought-provoking and well-organized event. Also, check out Daniel Reetz’s public domain photos of the DIY portable book scanner he demoed at the conference.
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