By Rose Holley. In 2007 the National Library of Australia (NLA) began a large-scale newspaper digitisation program that aimed to digitise one million pages per year. By the end of 2009 the NLA had learnt 10 key lessons about ramping up its digitisation activities into a mass-scale operation.
By Paul Bentley. This article reviews personal digital practices in a Web 2.0 world and the implications for cultural heritage institutions. A number of issues are raised that need further attention.
By Jon Jermey. Unfortunately, the distribution stage is still the bottleneck in the ebook process. Ebook distribution is piecemeal and poorly structured, with unnecessary difficulties in the way users look for particular books.