Digitisation of books in Australia for the public good
Fitzgerald, Brian F., Foong, Cheryl and Pappalardo, Kylie M.. (2011). Digitisation of books in Australia for the public good
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The National Cultural Policy (NCP) Discussion Paper highlights that the 'National Broadband Network, with its high-speed broadband, will enable new opportunities for developing and delivering Australian content and applications reflecting our diverse culture and interests'.1 A significant source of content and knowledge is our books, in particular, out of print, in copyright books and books in the public domain. More and more people, especially those who are digitally literate, will demand that the store of knowledge in these hard-to-find (and at times, decaying) books be digitised and made readily accessible on the internet...
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Copyright 2011 Brian F. Fitzgerald, Cheryl Foong and Kylie M. Pappalardo. Submitted version. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia licence
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