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MyLibrary documentation released

Eric Lease Morgan at The University of Notre Dame has been doing some really interesting things with library services online. In a nutshell, much of it revolves around the idea of harvesting metadata from the home institution's various digital library applications into a central store that can then be indexed and searched more efficiently.

Eric and cohorts at UND and elsewhere have collaborated on a manual to describe the effort. I'm excited to dig into it and would love to hear your comments. It can be found at:

Plenty more info and applications at http://dewey.library.nd.edu/mylibrary/