OLA Poster: Where Are You? A Story of Digital GovDocs in Ontario

OLA Poster: Where Are You? A Story of Digital GovDocs in Ontario

Poster developed by: Simone O’Byrne; Ontario Ministry of the Environment, and Peter Duerr; York University

Over a million pages of Ontario Government Documents have been digitized over the past several years courtesy of the Ontario Digitization Initiative (ODI) . The full text of these documents are publicly and permanently hosted at the University of Toronto’s Internet Archive. In order to establish a snapshot inventory of past, present and future efforts, a 32 question survey was circulated among 77 institutions. Data from the 22 responses was collated and presented at the 2013 OCUL Summit. This poster will showcase the major themes of our findings.

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