Alvin Hutchinson and I attended the annual meeting of BioOne on April 23, 2010 here in Washington, DC. BioOne is a global, not-for-profit collaboration bringing together scientific societies, publishers, and more »
Author: Martin R. Kalfatovic
Martin R. Kalfatovic is BHL Program Director and Associate Director, Digital Programs and Initiatives Division, Smithsonian Libraries and Archives.
As the BHL Program Director, Mr. Kalfatovic functions as the executive director and manager of the international consortium of over 80 natural history, botanical garden, government, and university libraries engaged in the mass digitization of taxonomic literature. The position also serves as a key contact for government, NGO, and academic leaders at both the national and international level.
Within his role at Smithsonian Libraries and Archives, Mr. Kalfatovic is responsible for the Libraries’ active Digital Library program. This program includes the creation of digital editions of library materials, online exhibitions, and new digital publications.
I attended, along with Marcia Adams, the spring meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) in Baltimore. Also attending were staff from the Smithsonian’s Office of the Chief Information more »
No kidding, on April 1, I attended the meeting, "A National Conversation on the Economic Sustainability of Digital Information" here in Washington. The meeting was hosted by the Blue Ribbon more »
Director Nancy Gwinn and Assistant Director Martin Kalfatovic attended a reception on September 15 at the Library of Congress for a presentation on the World Digital Library (WDL). The highlight more »
Royal Zoological Society of Ireland. Guide to the Zoological Gardens, Phoenix Park. "The Elephant takes visitors round the Gardens at a charge of 2d. on Week-days, and 1d. on Sundays." more »
During the week of February 23-27, 2009 TELDAP International Conference held in conjunction with Global Research Library 2020 and MCN Taiwan Meeting in Taipei, Taiwan. TELDAP is a nation-wide and more »