Coalition for Networked Information


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Coalition for Networked Information

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(CNI) A consortium formed by American Research Libraries, CAUSE and EDUCOM to promote the creation of, and access to, information resources in networked environments in order to enrich scholarship and enhance intellectual productivity.
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In a September 1996 workshop sponsored by OCLC and the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), similar efforts were planned to extend standard data elements, working from the Dublin Core as a model, to nondocument like objects, such as images and image bases.
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Current efforts, such as the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), are only today beginning to address this final factor.

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