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2009 Fall DLC Meeting: “Demystifying Digital Deposit: What It Is and What It Could Do for the Future of the FDLP”

At the Fall 2009 Depository Library Council (DLC) meeting in Arlington, VA, James A. Jacobs and I (Rebecca Blakeley) introduced attendees to the concept of “digital deposit” that maps out the pieces of the FDLP cloud and what it could do for the future of the FDLP. Our slides and notes are available for you to view and download online.

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