Two good examples of library collaboration

Here are two new items today.

The Internet Reviews was published in a recent C&RL News; it noted the Digital Library of the Caribbean.

The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a collaborative international digitization project involving 18 partner institutions from around the Caribbean region. Culling collections from academic libraries, private collections, and archives, dLOC documents the diverse historical and cultural legacies of the many islands and surrounding areas of the Caribbean.

Community Collaboration: Phoenix Public Library Joining Arizona St. University’s Alexandria Co-Working Network.”  Found via the InfoDocket.

The Alexandria Co-Working Network is an ASU initiative that brings people together in collaboration spaces in public libraries across Arizona. The new space at Burton Barr Central Library will support the entrepreneurs, inventors, problem-solvers and small-business owners across the Valley who need help to advance their ideas but don’t currently have access to the necessary tools.


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