03 February 2007

NAL seeks design feedback on a National Digital Library for Agriculture

The US National Agricultural Library (NAL) is seeking comments and suggestions on the design concept for its National Digital Library for Agriculture (NDLA).

The design concept Web site was developed to demonstrate the following major NDLA goals:
  • To establish the NDLA as a collaborative partnership-based initiative;
  • To provide easy and quick searching of databases as well as Web sites relevant to agriculture
  • To highlight information available from an array of partnering institutions
  • To provide access to a wide variety of information types and resources such as Web sites, databases, weather information, genetic data, images and photograhs, citation information, statistics, advice, and the full texts of digital publications
The design will be available for the next several months, as NAL continues to work closely with its customers, partners, and stakeholders to collectively develop the National Digital Library for Agriculture.

Please visit www.nal.usda.gov/ndla and share your comments via the 'Contact Us' button on the web site.




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