U.S. Copyright Office Posts Two RFI’s About Crowdsourcing and Developing a “Virtual Card Catalog” of Historical Records

May 1, 2012 by
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Yesterday, the U.S. Copyright Office posted two RFI’s.

The first, is to learn more about software to build a virtual card catalog of historical copyright records.

The second, is to learn more about crowdsourcing the data capture from about 70 million catalog cards.

For those of you interested, you can find highlights, links to the full text docs, and a bit of background in a new LJ infoDOCKET post.

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U.S. Copyright Office Posts Requests for Information About Crowdsourcing and Developing a “Virtual Card Catalog” of Historical Records (via LJ infoDOCKET

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