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About the Authors
is university librarian for systemwide library planning and scholarly information anddirector of the California Digital Library (CDL). Before joining the CDL in May 2002, he served for twoand a half years as director of the Digital Library Federation, during which time he conducted researchfor this report. Mr. Greenstein was a founding director of the Arts and Humanities Data Service in theUnited Kingdom, and founding co-director of the Resource Discovery Network, a distributed servicewhose mission is to enrich learning, research, and cultural engagement by facilitating new levels of accessto high-quality Internet resources.
Suzanne E. Thorin
is the Ruth Lilly University Dean of University Libraries at Indiana University. From1980 to 1996, she served on the staff of the Library of Congress (LC). From 1992–1996 she was the LC chief of staff and the associate librarian. At LC, Thorin served as the official U.S. representative, appointed bythe White House, for the G-7 electronic libraries project, one of eleven G-7 pilot projects for the GlobalInformation Society. She was also responsible for the National Digital Library Program.