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    • List of digital library projects

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    • List of Online Digital Musical Document Libraries

    • This is a list of online digital musical document libraries. Each source listed below offers access to collections of digitized music documents (typically originating from printed or manuscript musical sources), and containing music notation of some kind, stored as an image file. The autograph manuscripts and original ... Read »


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    • 23 Things

    • 23 Things, originally called Learning 2.0, is an education and learning project created by Helene Blowers in August 2006. Blowers, who was then employed as the technology director for the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, created the project as a way to encourage librarians to learn and adapt to Web 2.0 and other new tech ... Read »


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    • Project 211

    • Project 211 (Chinese: 211工程; pinyin: 211 gōngchéng) is a project of National Key Universities and colleges initiated in 1995 by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China, with the intent of raising the research standards of high-level universities and cultivating strategies for socio-e ... Read »


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    • 929: Tanakh B'yachad


    • Project 985

    • Project 985 (Chinese: 985工程; pinyin: 985 gōngchéng) is a project that was first announced by CPC General secretary and Chinese President Jiang Zemin at the 100th anniversary of Peking University on May 4, 1998 to promote the development and reputation of the Chinese higher education system by founding w ... Read »


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    • Afri Twin

    • Afri Twin

      Afri Twin is an international school linking initiative that facilitates mutually beneficial partnerships between students and teachers at schools in the United Kingdom and South Africa. It was founded in 2001 by Jayne Martin, a South African then living in the United Kingdom who has since returned to South Africa. Afr ... Read »


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    • Alpheios Project

    • The Alpheios Project is an open source initiative originally focused on developing software to facilitate reading Latin and ancient Greek. Dictionaries, grammars and inflection tables were combined in a set of web-based tools to provide comprehensive reading support for scholars, students and independent readers. The t ... Read »


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    • America's Children's Museum on Wheels: StoryBus


    • Archives Service Center

    • Archives Service Center, University Library System, University of Pittsburgh

      Archives Service Center, University Library System, University of Pittsburgh (ASC) is one of the main repositories within the University Library System at the University of Pittsburgh and houses collections of various manuscripts, media, maps, and other materials of historical, social and scientific content. It houses ... Read »


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    • Ask a Biologist

    • Ask A Biologist

      Ask A Biologist is a science outreach program originating from Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences. Ask A Biologist is a pre-kindergarten through high school program dedicated to answering questions from students, their teachers, and parents. The primary focus of the program is to connect students a ... Read »


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    • BBC Domesday Project

    • The BBC Domesday Project was a partnership between Acorn Computers, Philips, Logica and the BBC (with some funding from the European Commission's ESPRIT programme) to mark the 900th anniversary of the original Domesday Book, an 11th-century census of England. It has been cited as an example of digital obsolescence on a ... Read »


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    • BBC Young Dancer

    • The BBC Young Dancer is a televised national dance competition, broadcast on BBC Four and BBC Two in 2015. The competition, inspired by the success of the biennal BBC Young Musician of the Year, is designed for British amateur dancers of ballet, contemporary, hip hop and South Asian dance, all of whom must be aged betw ... Read »


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    • BBC Young Musician of the Year

    • BBC Young Musician of the Year

      The BBC Young Musician of the Year, simply BBC Young Musician since 2010, is a televised national music competition and despite the name, is broadcast on BBC Television and BBC Radio 3. The competition, a former member of the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth (EMCY), is designed for British percussion, k ... Read »


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    • Carnap Papers

    • The Rudolf Carnap Papers are a large collection of documents and photographs that record much of his life and career. They are used by scholars and historians not only for research into the life of Carnap but also for research into his theories and the theories of other scholars with whom he corresponded. The Carnap pa ... Read »


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    • Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities

    • Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

      The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) is an interdisciplinary research centre within the University of Cambridge for collaboration between researchers from the arts, social sciences and humanities. The Centre is independent of any university department but works with both the Scho ... Read »


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    • Corpus Corporum

    • Corpus Córporum (Lat. "the collection of collections") or in full, Corpus Córporum: repositorium operum latinorum apud universitatem Turicensem, is a digital Medieval Latin library developed by the University of Zurich, Institute for Greek and Latin Philology. As of May 2016, the repository contains a total of 13 ... Read »


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    • Create a Comic Project

    • The Create a Comic Project (CCP) is a youth literacy program and webcomic created by John Baird. The program uses comics, many taken from the Internet, to encourage children to write their own narratives. The program began in November 2006 at the main branch of the New Haven Free Public Library as an after-school progr ... Read »


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    • Darlington Collection

    • The Darlington Collection is extensive collection of rare documents, maps, and other historical material focusing on early American history, particularly that of Western Pennsylvania. The original material is housed by the Archives Services Center (ASC) of the library of the University of Pittsburgh with digitized mate ... Read »


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    • Digital Library for Dutch Literature

    • Digital Library for Dutch Literature

      The Digital Library for Dutch Literature (Dutch: Digitale Bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse Letteren or DBNL) is a website (showing the abbreviation as dbnl) about Dutch language and Dutch literature. The website contains thousands of literary texts, secondary literature and additional information, like biographies, port ... Read »


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    • Digital Classicist

    • The Digital Classicist is a community of those interested in the application of Digital Humanities to the field of Classics and to ancient world studies more generally. The project claims the twin aims of bringing together scholars and students with an interest in computing and the ancient world, and disseminating advi ... Read »


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    • ETwinning

    • The eTwinning action is an initiative of the European Commission that aims to encourage European schools to collaborate using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by providing the necessary infrastructure (online tools, services, support). Therefore, teachers registered in the eTwinning action are enabled t ... Read »


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    • European Democratic Education Community

    • European Democratic Education Community

      The European Democratic Education Community (EUDEC) is a European non-profit organisation that promotes democratic education as a sensible educational model for all democratic states. EUDEC aims to further democratic education in Europe. Founded in February 2008 as a project of the United Kingdom-based Phoenix Educatio ... Read »


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    • Eye2eye Software

    • Eye2eye Software Ltd is a UK educational software publisher, which has systematically photographed Britain in 360 degree panoramas and stills, publishing the collection as the school resource and home reference Eye2eye Britain. Using a portable panoramic camera developed by themselves they have followed a 'points of in ... Read »


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    • F1 in Schools

    • F1 in Schools

      F1 in Schools is an international STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) competition for school children (aged 11–16), in which groups of 3–6 students have to design and manufacture a miniature "car" out of the official F1 Model Block using CAD/CAM design tools. The cars are powered by CO2 cartr ... Read »


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    • Flat Classroom Project

    • Flat Classroom Project is an award winning global collaborative project for students in Grades 3 -12, inspired by Thomas Friedman's book, The World is Flat, and leverages Web 2.0 tools to foster communication and interaction as well as collaboration and creation between students and teachers from classrooms around the ... Read »


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    • Flying Start Challenge

    • The Flying Start Challenge is a contest run by Aerospace businesses and organisations in the South West of England for local secondary schools to help develop science and engineering skills whilst highlighting the opportunities available in a career in engineering. Initiated by the Campaign to Promote Engineering, the ... Read »


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    • Project Gutenberg

    • Project Gutenberg

      Project Gutenberg (PG) is a volunteer effort to digitize and archive cultural works, to "encourage the creation and distribution of eBooks". It was founded in 1971 by Michael S. Hart and is the oldest digital library. Most of the items in its collection are the full texts of public domain books. The project tries to ma ... Read »


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    • Harvard Project Physics

    • Harvard Project Physics, also called Project Physics, was a national curriculum development project to create a secondary school physics education program in the United States during the Cold War era. The project was active from 1962 to 1972, and produced the Project Physics series of texts, which were used in phy ... Read »


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    • Intercontinental Dictionary Series

    • The Intercontinental Dictionary Series is a large database of topical vocabulary lists in various world languages. The general editor of the database is Bernard Comrie of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig. Mary Ritchie Key of the University of California, Irvine is the founding editor. The ... Read »


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    • International Children's Book Day


    • ISTE Standards

    • The ISTE Standards, formerly known as the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS), are standards for the use of technology in teaching and learning (technology integration). They are published by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), a nonprofit membership association for educators focu ... Read »


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    • Kafka project

    • The Kafka Project is a non-profit literary research initiative founded in 1998 at San Diego State University. Working on behalf of the Kafka estate in London, England, the SDSU Kafka Project is working to recover materials written by Franz Kafka, the widely acclaimed modernist author, stolen by the Gestapo in 1933. The ... Read »


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    • Mexico Link

    • The Ulverston Victoria High School Mexico Link is a link between Ulverston Victoria High School (Cumbria, England) and Secundaria Tecnica #44 Francisco Villa (Mexico City). The link was founded in 2001 by the British Council in Mexico City with a theme of Human Rights and Citizenship. Students and teachers on both sid ... Read »


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    • Mutopia Project

    • The Mutopia Project is a volunteer-run effort to create a library of free content sheet music, in a way similar to Project Gutenberg's library of public domain books. It started in 2000. The music is reproduced from old scores that are in the public domain. New scores are digitally typeset with GNU LilyPond and distri ... Read »


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    • Nizkor Project

    • The Nizkor Project (Hebrew: נִזְכּוֹר‎‎, "we will remember") is an Internet-based project run by B'nai Brith Canada which is dedicated to countering Holocaust denial. The website was founded by Ken McVay as a central Web-based archive for the large numbers of documents made pub ... Read »


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    • Nordic Summer University

    • The Nordic Summer University (NSU) is a Nordic research network funded through the Nordic Council of Ministers, organizing study circles in the social and human sciences, mainly for PhD students or post-doctoral scholars from the Nordic countries. The activity is organized in a maximum of ten study circles. Separate wi ... Read »


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    • Norwegian Writers for Children

    • The Norwegian Writers for Children (Norwegian: Norske Barne- og Ungdomsbokforfattere, NBU) was founded in 1947. The association, composed of authors who write fiction for children and young people, promotes the interests of writers of books for children and young people and encourages literature for children and young ... Read »


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    • The Nutcracker, International Television Contest for Young Musicians

    • The , International Television Contest for Young Musicians is an annual music competition, organized by "Russia K" (Rossia-Kultura) state TV channel, branch of the VGTRK. The contest according to its rules is open to all regions. Established in 2000 the contest became a recognized and significant event in the Russian ... Read »


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    • OVC project

    • The OVC project (Orphans and Vulnerable Children) is an initiative of the Adigrat Diocesan Catholic Secretariat (ADCS) of the Ethiopian Catholic Eparchy of Adigrat. The project supports young people with micro-scholarships for obtaining a university entrance qualification and at least one bachelor's degree in their own ... Read »


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    • Paper Project

    • The Paper Project is a fusion project that blends art, science, and technology into engaging 2D and 3D experiences. The Paper Project is a multidimensional art and science project exploring the microscopic structure of paper using a scanning-laser confocal microscope. Created by artist and scientist Charles Kazile ... Read »


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    • Perseus Project

    • The Perseus Project (also known as the Perseus Hopper) is a digital library project of Tufts University, which is located in Medford and Somerville, near Boston, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The project assembles digital collections of humanities resources. It is hosted by the department of Classics. Suffering a ... Read »


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    • Philosothon

    • A Philosothon is an annual competition wherein students explore philosophical and ethical issues. Students are scored highly where they demonstrate rigour and clarity of thought. Philosothons are held in most Australian states and the UK. These events have grown in number over the past eight years from a local competit ... Read »


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    • Project Re-ED

    • Project Re-ED, the Project on the Re-Education of Emotionally Disturbed Children, is a program to provide effective and affordable mental health services for children. The program focuses on teaching a child effective ways of acting in and responding to the child’s social groups (family, schools, peer groups) and ... Read »


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    • QED manifesto

    • The QED manifesto was a proposal for a computer-based database of all mathematical knowledge, strictly formalized and with all proofs having been checked automatically. (Q.E.D. means quod erat demonstrandum in Latin, meaning "which had to be demonstrated.") The idea for the project arose in 1993, mainly under the impet ... Read »


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    • Project Rastko

    • Project Rastko — Internet Library of Serb Culture (Serbian: Пројекат Растко — Електронска библиотека српске културе, Projekat Rastko — Elektronska biblioteka srp ... Read »


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    • Repositories Support Project

    • The Repository Support Project (RSP) was a 7-year Jisc funded project set up to support and develop the UK network of institutional repositories. It was originally funded through to March 2009, but was then extended to run until early 2011. The project ceased on 31 July 2013. Original project partners were: The proje ... Read »


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    • Rosetta Project

    • The Rosetta Project is a global collaboration of language specialists and native speakers working to develop a contemporary version of the historic Rosetta Stone to last from 2000 to 12,000 AD; it is run by the Long Now Foundation. Its goal is a meaningful survey and near permanent archive of 1,500 languages. Some of t ... Read »


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    • SNLTR

    • The Society for Natural Language Technology Research (abbr. as SNLTR) is an organization that promotes research in Corpus Linguistics, Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing in Bengali language. Among its primary goals are creation and archiving of a fully Unicode-compatible Bengali literary corpus t ... Read »


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    • The Speaker

    • The Speaker

      The Speaker is a 2009 British television series, broadcast on BBC Two. It is a talent show type series that aimed to find the best young speaker in the United Kingdom. The show is narrated by Jane Horrocks. The three judges are stand-up comedian Jo Brand, former American basketball player and political activist John Am ... Read »


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    • STARSHINE (satellite)

    • The STARSHINE (Student Tracked Atmospheric Research Satellite Heuristic International Networking Experiment) series of three artificial satellites were student participatory missions sponsored by the United States Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). STARSHINE-1 was a spherical satellite that was fitted with almost ni ... Read »


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    • Student Initiative Rahel

    • The Student Initiative Rahel (SIR) (German: Rahel-Bildungsprojekt) is a project of the Institute for World Church and Mission (IWM) (German: Institut für Weltkirche und Mission) which is a part of the Sankt Georgen Graduate School of Philosophy and Theology in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen. The nonprofit organization supp ... Read »


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    • Taught Course Centre

    • The Taught Course Centre or TCC is a collaboration between the mathematics departments at five UK universities aimed at providing a broader range of lecture courses for postgraduate students. The five collaborating universities are: Lectures are given at all five universities and, using Access Grid technology, st ... Read »


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    • Theoi Project

    • The Theoi Project (also known as Theoi Greek Mythology) is a digital library website about Greek mythology and its representation in classical literature and ancient Greek art. It serves as a free reference to the gods (theoi), spirits (daimones), mythological creatures (theres) and heroes of ancient Greek mythology an ... Read »


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    • UK Chess Challenge

    • The UK Chess Challenge is an annual four-stage chess competition for school-age children from the United Kingdom. Michael Basman is credited with creating the original challenge back in 1996 and is still closely connected with the competition. In the final 3 stages, most category winners and runners-up win prizes of a ... Read »


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    • ViPi project

    • ViPi Project

      Virtual Portal for Impaired Groups Interaction (ViPi) is a project partially funded by the European Union (EU) under the Lifelong Learning Programme 2007–2013, subprogramme KA3 ICT. The project commenced on 1 January 2011 and has 36 months duration (until 31 December 2013). The main vision of the project is to pro ... Read »


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    • Web-based Inquiry Science Environment

    • The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE) is a program hosted by Berkeley University and supported by the National Science Foundation. It provides a platform for creating inquiry-based science projects for middle school and high school students to work collaboratively using evidence and resources from the Web. W ... Read »


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    • Wisconsin Idea Theatre

    • The Wisconsin Idea Theatre was essentially a cultural program, developed at the University of Wisconsin c. 1943. It was headed by Robert E. Gard within the College of Agriculture, with a mission for developing theatre arts throughout the state. Gard worked with anyone that had an idea, to develop radio dramas, or stage ... Read »


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    • Workshop on building top-class universities

    • Workshop on building top-class universities was launched by the first nine universities of Project 985 in China. The workshop aims at sharing experience in building top-class research university and boosting inter-university collaboration. The first nine universities are regarded as the top universities and "Ivy League ... Read »


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    • World Oral Literature Project

    • The World Oral Literature Project is "an urgent global initiative to document and disseminate endangered oral literatures before they disappear without record". Directed by Dr Mark Turin and co-located at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, at the University of Cambridge and Yale University, the project was est ... Read »


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