The Digital Online Library enables each of its member libraries to advance a program of digital initiatives in support of research, scholarship, and learning in all over the world. Through a process of gathering permissions, copying Web sites, and delivering them to doi Web site. We deliver millions of multimedia documents that can be instantly accessed by patrons over their local area networks at no cost. The Digital online Library is also known as "The Internet in a Box" and which provides millions of digital educational resources to institutions lacking adequate Internet access.
The DOI is much more than just static information, the digital library contains built-in tools for subscribers to upload and edit local materials as well as create and edit their own websites link or URL, which are stored locally.
The Digital Online Library (DOI) is a venture of the doi and it is developed and formed to carried out the digital collections & preservation with the support of the ASIO, and in cooperation with publishers, libraries, archives, museums, educational institutions, and international organizations from around the world. The DOI makes available on the Internet, with or without free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from all countries and cultures.
The principal objectives of the DOI are to:
- Promote international and intercultural understanding;
- Expand the volume and variety of cultural content on the Internet;
- Provide resources for educators, scholars, and general audiences;
- Build capacity in partner institutions to narrow the digital divide within and between countries.
DOI promotes work on the following:
- Professional development and the continuing education of digital library, archives, and museum practitioners
- Digital library standards and best practice
- Research data management across disciplines
- Digital library project management, pedagogy, and assessment strategies
- Aggregation, discovery and preservation services for digital collections
- Digital library services that expand access to resources for research, teaching, and learning generally