The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) is all set to collaborate with several top digital libraries form across the world. Giving this information in a written reply in Rajya Sabha, Minister of State (HRD), Dr. Satya Pal Singh said that NDLI has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with British Library for integrating contents of its "Two Centuries of Indian Print Project".
Apart from this, NDLI is also working closely with European Foundation (Digital Library of EU) in creating a platform for content and technology interchange between over a dozen digital libraries of the world.
NDLI has also become a member of RightsStatements.org and sits on its Steering Committee to promote proper dissemination of copyrighted and non-copyrighted digital heritage items.
Besides NDLI has also integrated contents from several international sources like OECD -Library, PubMed, WHO and a few leading global publishers.
In October last year, from October 25 to October 27, NDLI had organized a workshop in Delhi along with UNESCO, Cluster Office, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Representative from 13 Countries, both as speakers as well as participants, attended this Workshop.
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