The main outputs of DL.org - Digital Library Interoperability, Best Practices & Modelling Foundations - have been captured in four user-friendly Booklets with the Library & Information Science community of professionals, students and researchers firmly in mind. The four Booklets are devoted to:
DL.org harnessed global expertise and an internal group of researchers with a proven track record of digital library development over a period of two years.
“To make focused progress on interoperability, we need to work against a joint conceptual framework such as the DL.org Digital Library Reference Model with its core domains: Content, User, Functionality, Policy, Quality and Architecture and consider the three levels of interoperability - technical, semantic, organisational - within the DL.org Interoperability Framework.”
Wolfram Horstmann, CIO Scholarly Information at Bielefeld University, Germany