The Indonesian Digital Library Network Is Born To Struggle with the Digital Divide
International Information and Library Review Volume 34, Number 2, ISSN 1057-2317
Describes the Indonesian Digital Library Network that is designed to develop Indonesia as a knowledge-based society. Highlights include the digital divide; problems in a developing country, including Internet accessibility, bandwidth capacity, and network delays; gathering information about national assets; information infrastructure; data integration; metadata architecture; interoperability; and XML (Extensible Markup Language). (Author/LRW)
Fahmi, I. (2002). The Indonesian Digital Library Network Is Born To Struggle with the Digital Divide. International Information and Library Review, 34(2), 153.