Digital Library Technologies Interest Group


This interest group was not renewed in January 2013.
To address the technical issues of library digital data which arise as libraries continue to both create and collect information in digital form in addition to other materials already in their collections. These issues include: standards; formats; archiving; infrastructure; and technology refresh. The objective of the IG will be to make information available, and to provide a forum for discussion for library professionals who are grappling with these issues. The IG will accomplish this by sponsoring conference programs, institutes, and facilitated discussions and encouraging publications on these issues.


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Interest groups are self-initiated and not appointed by LITA officers.  Membership consists of any number of participants and is open to LITA members.  The leadership of each group is selected by the group.


The Digital Library Interest Group was established in 2001 and renewed in 2004.  It was formerly named, Technical Issues for Digital Data and combined with Intelligent and Knowledge Based Systems. To contribute information about the history of this interest group, contact LITA's Web Coordinating Committee at

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Mark Beatty
Phone: (312) 280-4268