Get Involved in the Digital Library of the Caribbean

Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Judy Alspach -

The Digital Library of the Caribbean Project needs CIFNAL members to volunteer time in myriad ways, such as working on collection development projects or helping assure the quality of the dLOC Web site and its French language content and OCR data. A MYdLOC account will allow you to submit new materials online to the digital library and add and edit metadata directly.

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