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CNET Interviews Carla Hayden

Marguerite Reardon writes for CNET, “Ambitious doesn’t begin to describe Carla Hayden’s plan to make the Library of Congress’ collection available to the world. Audacious may be closer to it.” Hayden’s goal of “digitizing its vast collection and making it accessible online” will continue with a 5-year project called Enriching the Library Experience. Reardon writes that the “understated name … doesn’t capture its scope. Hayden wants people to engage with everything from the letters of Abraham Lincoln to early-edition Batman comics.”

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