In an effort to help more people understand how Controlled Digital Lending works, the Internet Archive is helping coordinate two sessions in July. Both sessions are free, virtual, and open to the public.
Empowering Libraries Through Controlled Digital Lending – July 13
The Internet Archive’s Open Libraries program empowers libraries to lend digital books to patrons using Controlled Digital Lending. Attendees will learn how CDL works, the benefits of the Open Libraries program, and the impact that the program is having for partner libraries and the communities they serve.
Implementation & Integration: CDL for All Libraries – July 14
For the second event in a summer series about the innovative library practice of Controlled Digital Lending, we’ll hear from libraries, consortia, and librarians who are exploring CDL implementations at their institutions and communities with hands on learning around potential and existing solutions. Learn about building institutional CDL policies, user experience for patrons and staff, technological platforms, and how you can get involved with the CDL community. Bring your questions, ideas, and be prepared to dig in!
Co-hosted by Library Futures, Internet Archive, Project Reshare, Open Library Foundation, and CDL Implementers
very interesting, do you plan on recording the event? (I’ll be at work in those days and hours)
Yes, the sessions will be recorded and a link to the recording will be sent to all registrants, so please be sure to register.
Interesting one. Thank you
Interesting one. Thank you https://blog.archive.org/2021/06/29/registration-now-open-for-two-new-workshops-on-controlled-digital-lending/
Hello, can the webinar be recorded?
Yes, the webinar will be recorded. Register to receive notification when the recording is available.
I can’t wait for the recording 😀
Thanks! Registration is done. waiting for the Webinar