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|Other Titles:||The Emerging Development of Content Industry and Digital Library in Taiwan|
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
|Abstract:||The Republic of China has been planning its NII devleopment since 1994. Significant progress in NII development has been made. However, only 3 percent of the content on the Internet is in Chinese, an even fewer percentage was provided by Taiwan. Building digital libraries will create much content and play a key role in the evolution of the Inational infrastructures. This article aims to explore the role and importance of content in the national infrastructures, the development of iitiativen in content industry commenced in 1997, and the evolving role of digital library and life-long learning in Taiwan's NII implementations. A brief introduction is given for the seven digital library projects: Digital Library Consortium, the nfoSpring Digital Library, the Digital Chinese Collection of the Academica Sinica, the Digital Buddhist Scriptures and the Digital Library/Museum of the National Taiwan University, the Internet Literature of Yuan-Ze University, the Remote Electronic Access/Delivery of Documents of the National Central Library; and the National News Bank Pilot Project.|
|Appears in Collections:||圖書館學與資訊科學|
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