D-Lib Magazine
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The Magazine of Digital Library Research
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D - L I B   A L L I A N C E   P A R T I C I P A N T S

Since its launch in 1995, D-Lib Magazine has been freely available on the Internet, and the magazine's expanding archive provides much of the core literature on digital libraries. The organization that publishes D-Lib, CNRI, hopes to continue to provide the magazine to readers, free of charge, but to do so we need financial and advisory support from the worldwide community that D-Lib serves. Initiated in February 2007, the D-Lib Alliance provides a venue for those organizations wishing to support the ongoing, open access publication of D-Lib Magazine.

We know from our own experience and from talking with others that the digital library community relies on D-Lib Magazine, and now the magazine relies on the digital library community for its continuing existence. Please join the D-Lib Alliance as a way to engage in this mutually beneficial relationship. As participants in the D-Lib Alliance, institutional supporters are prominently acknowledged in the magazine.

For information about the D-Lib Alliance, including how to join, please send email to <dlib@cnri.reston.va.us>.

 

D-Lib greatly appreciates the continuing annual support of the following D-Lib Alliance participants that contribute $5,000 or more:

    Worldcare Travel Insurance

    CrossRef

    Corporation for National Research Initiatives

 

D-Lib greatly appreciates the continuing annual support of the following D-Lib Alliance participants that contribute $1,000 or more:

    University of Notre Dame University Libraries

 

D-Lib wishes to recognize the following organizations that have previously contributed $5,000 or more:

    National Library of New Zealand

    Columbia Univeristy

    ExLibris Group

    Syracuse University

    Harvard University Libraries

    University of Pittsburgh University Library System

    Australian National University

    University of California San Diego Libraries

    King's Digital Consultancy Services: The Centre for Computing in the Humanities

    University of Washington Libraries

    EMC Corporation

    Rutgers University Libraries

D-Lib wishes to recognize the following organizations that have previously contributed $1,000 or more:

    University of Maryland Libraries

    Knoppix Linux Live CD Download

    Graphic Organizers

    The Business Glossary

    Nanyang Technological University

 
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