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I manage this Web site and the following Web sites: Leslie (Blakeley) Adkins - my oldest daughter

Lori Ann Blakeley (June 20, 1985 - May 4, 2005) - my middle daughter

Evan Blakeley- my youngest child

The centerpiece of the Alexandria Project is the Alexandria Digital Library (ADL), an online information system inspired by the Map and Imagery Laboratory (MIL) in the Davidson Library at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The ADL currently provides access over the World Wide Web to a subset of the MIL's holdings, as well as other geographic datasets.

Alexandria Digital Library

The project began in 1994 with the development of the Alexandria Digital Library (ADL), a distributed digital library with collections of georeferenced materials and services for accessing those collections. Distributed means the library's components may be spread across the Internet. Georeferenced means the library's holdings are associated with a region (footprint) on the surface of the Earth. Phase I of the Alexandria Digital Library Project was supported by the NSF's Digital Library Initiative: NSF IR94-11330.

Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype

The Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) is the second stage of the Alexandria Digital Library Project. Funded by the National Science Foundation (ISI-98-17432), ADEPT's goal is to integrate the success of the first stage of ADL into the classroom by creating a Digital Learning Environmentfor educators and students based upon ADL technology.

The Alexandria Digital Library Project is headquartered on the campus of the University of California at Santa Barbara. The Alexandria Digital Library is hosted by the Davidson Library.

Previous websites

Alexandria Digital Library (ADL) website (1994-1999)

Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) version 1 website (1999-2003)

The centerpiece of the Alexandria Project is the Alexandria Digital Library (ADL), an online information system inspired by the Map and Imagery Laboratory (MIL) in the Davidson Library at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The ADL currently provides access over the World Wide Web to a subset of the MIL's holdings, as well as other geographic datasets.

Alexandria Digital Library

The project began in 1994 with the development of the Alexandria Digital Library (ADL), a distributed digital library with collections of georeferenced materials and services for accessing those collections. Distributed means the library's components may be spread across the Internet. Georeferenced means the library's holdings are associated with a region (footprint) on the surface of the Earth. Phase I of the Alexandria Digital Library Project was supported by the NSF's Digital Library Initiative: NSF IR94-11330.

Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype

The Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) is the second stage of the Alexandria Digital Library Project. Funded by the National Science Foundation (ISI-98-17432), ADEPT's goal is to integrate the success of the first stage of ADL into the classroom by creating a Digital Learning Environmentfor educators and students based upon ADL technology.

The Alexandria Digital Library Project is headquartered on the campus of the University of California at Santa Barbara. The Alexandria Digital Library is hosted by the Davidson Library.

Previous websites

Alexandria Digital Library (ADL) website (1994-1999)

Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) version 1 website (1999-2003)