Internet Archive Canada (along with our Canadian partners) is part of the Democracy’s Library initiative to provide free, open and sustainable access to the full range of government research, data and publications necessary for a continued and sound democracy. By completing this survey, stakeholders (like you) will inform our priorities to make this happen. The … Continue reading Make Your Voice Heard: Share Your Thoughts on Access and Preservation of Canadian Government Publications through our Survey!
Caption: Amy Buckland, Assistant Deputy Minister, Collections at Library and Archives Canada speaking at OLA Super Conference The Internet Archive has launched its Democracy’s Library initiative in Canada, aiming to ensure free access to government publications for all citizens. These publications provide important information about Canadian life and are a valuable resource not just just … Continue reading Democracy’s Library Canada at the Ontario Library Association (OLA) Super Conference in Toronto
Internet Archive Canada (IAC) is set to attend the upcoming Ontario Library Association (OLA) Superconference in Toronto. They will participate in a panel discussion on Thursday, February 2nd at 2:45 PM in MTCC – 201D and will be entitled “Democracy’s Library: Partnering for Sustainable Digital Access to Canadian Government Publications.” Internet Archive Canada will be … Continue reading Internet Archive Canada at OLA Superconference
Internet Archive founder and Digital Librarian Brewster Kahle will be discussing the Democracy’s Library initiative to create free, open, and sustainable access to government research and publications. As part of its effort to support the creation and improvement of open-source software and open protocols for a decentralized web, the Filecoin Foundation has awarded a grant … Continue reading Join us in Vancouver! Democracy’s Library in Conversation with Brewster Kahle