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In December 2010, 40 representatives from foundations, cultural institutions, and libraries met at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They met to discuss best approaches to building a national digital library, and with the assistance of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society they are committed to creating the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). On this website, users can learn about their ongoing work via their blog and the very useful "Workstreams" section of the site. In this area, visitors can sign up to learn about the different segments of the DPLA management team, which include "Content & Scope," "Governance," and "Legal Issues." Visitors should also visit the "News" area. Here they can watch archived DPLA plenary meetings online and also learn about other important developments.
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