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Danish Public Libraries Unite Around Open Source

Open source has united Denmark’s public libraries, working together on an ‘open system of tools for cultural innovation, collaboration, and sharing of results in a digital society’. The TING community, in which libraries are developing open source solutions to help bring their services online, includes 50 of the country’s 98 municipalities. In the past six years, TING has gone beyond libraries, its mindset attracting other public administrations in the country, says community manager Niels Schmidt Petersen. The community has now been superseded by OS2, the Danish community for public administrations and open source.

National Initiative Opens Access To Digital Library Resources For The Print Disabled

Press Release | BC Libraries Cooperative | December 3, 2013

Canadians with print disabilities will receive increased open access to digital library resources, thanks to an innovative new project launching in communities across the country. Read More »