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Subject: FW: [XML4LIB] DISA Digital Imaging South Africa
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FYI,

Kurt

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From: Dale Peters [mailto:Petersd@nu.ac.za]
Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2001 9:58 AM
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Subject: [XML4LIB] DISA Digital Imaging South Africa


Please circulate, with apologies for cross-posting:


DISA: DIGITAL IMAGING SOUTH AFRICA


The aim of the DISA project is to make accessible to scholars and
researchers world-wide, South African material of high socio-political
interest which would otherwise be difficult to locate and use. In addition
this national project aims to provide experience and develop knowledge and
expertise in digital imaging amongst archivists and librarians in this
country. It is intended that DISA be the first in a series of projects
dealing with South Africa's fascinating social and political history.


The DISA project is now pleased to announce that a selection of journals is
available on line at: http://disa.nu.ac.za.


These journals reflect the multidimensional aspects of a complex period of
South African history and have been drawn from many sources to create a
fully comprehensive collection: many of the journals had been banned by the
apartheid government, some published and distributed "underground" and
others, particularly those printed on newsprint, would not withstand
extensive physical handling. The project has enabled this valuable
literature to be assembled as one composite collection and presented in a
digital format for online access to researchers throughout the world while
preserving the original material.


Word searching and subject searching will be shortly enabled and journal
browsing of articles has been facilitated to enable researchers to utilize
the intellectual content at the depth they require.


The project envisages sharing skills, setting standards and capacity
building in digital technologies in the southern African region and will be
convening a National Standards Workshop towards the end of 2001.




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