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  1. British Library
  2. California Digital Library
  3. Carnegie Mellon University
  4. Columbia University
  5. Cornell University
  6. Council on Library and Information Resources
  7. Dartmouth College
  8. Emory University
  9. Harvard University
  10. Indiana University
  11. Johns Hopkins University
  12. Library of Congress
  13. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  14. National Archives and Records Administration
  15. New York Public Library
  16. New York University
  17. North Carolina State University
  18. Pennsylvania State University
  19. Princeton University
  20. Rice University
  21. Stanford University
  22. University of California, Berkeley
  23. University of Chicago
  24. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  25. University of Michigan
  26. University of Minnesota
  27. University of Pennsylvania
  28. University of Southern California
  29. University of Tennessee
  30. University of Texas at Austin
  31. University of Virginia
  32. University of Washington
  33. Yale University


  1. Online Computer Library Center
  2. Research Libraries Group
  3. Coalition for Networked Information
  4. Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library


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Institutional roles and responsibilities of the 21st century digital library

The migration of library collections and services into a networked environment impacts directly on how libraries are organized, funded, and staffed, and perhaps even on how they are perceived. To help libraries think through these issues and respond to them effectively on a local level, the DLF supports essential research into organizational, business, and strategic aspects of digital library development.

Digital library policies, organizations, and practices
Survey (conducted Jan-Mar 2001) of DLF members supplying baseline data about the organizational, funding, and policy environments in which leading digital library programs are developing. The survey instrument is available for review as is a preliminary report on the survey results.

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