About the Danish Digital Library

The purpose of the Danish Digital Library (DDL) is to strengthen the Danish public libraries’ potential for sharing and communicating electronic medias, such as e-books and other net based materials.

DDL's purpose is to strengthen libraries' potential for sharing and communicating electronic medias

DDL is a product of a binding collaboration between Local Government Denmark (LGDK) and The Ministry of Culture. All of Denmark's 98 municipalities are engaged in the collaboration. DDL's objective is to make the collective digital public library services stronger, more visible and more efficient.

For suppliers

DDL is responsible for negotiating the purchase of all digital content for the public libraries in Denmark. 

DDL negotiates on behalf of the 98 municipalities. That covers the entire Danish population. The objective of the cooperative purchase agreement is to make sure that the libraries constantly offer a broad selection of updated and relevant digital content.

For enquiries regarding digital supplies contact Chief Buyer Dorte Birkegaard Thuesen at ddb@remove-this.slks.dk. Please note her name as the subject in the e-mail.

 

 

Siden er sidst opdateret: 11.08.2017
  • Et samarbejde mellem KL, Kulturministeriet og Slots- og Kulturstyrelsen
  • Danskernes Digitale Bibliotek
  • H.C. Andersens Boulevard 2
  • 1553 København V
  • Tlf: +45 33 95 42 00
  • Email: ddb@remove-this.slks.dk

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