Interoperability is a property referring to the ability of systems and organizations to work together. Today interoperability is recognized as a key step in the shift from isolated digital libraries toward a common information space that will allow users to browse through different digital libraries within a single integrated environment. In this paper, we discuss the premises underlying a novel Policy and Quality Interoperability Framework, taking into account the preliminary outcomes and the recommendations of the Policy and Quality Working Groups that are currently being run by the EU co-funded project Digital Library Interoperability, Best Practices, and Modeling Foundations (DL.org).
- digital library
- digital library organization
- digital library systems
Innocenti, P., Vullo, G., & Ross, S. (2010). Towards a digital library policy and quality interoperability framework: the DL.org project. New Review of Information Networking, 15(1), 29-53. https://doi.org/10.1080/13614571003751071