<b>Hungary</b>: The Digital Literary Academy


  • Iván Rónai

Author Biography

Iván Rónai

ronai.jpg Iván Rónai studied economics at the Budapest University of Economics and attended the Library School of Kent State University, Ohio, USA. In the early 1990s, he was the director of information services of the Hungarian Parliamentary Library. Under his direction the Library launched a new electronic information service providing references to and abstracts of articles published in Hungarian newspapers, weeklies and journals. He is currently working for the Ministry of National Resources, Hungary, as deputy head of the Department of Public Collections. His most important responsibility is professional supervision of the Hungarian library system. In 1997, he implemented the Ministry?s first telematics development programme for museums, libraries and archives. He has been active in cultural digitisation strategies and programs. He is the Hungarian member of the MSEG (Member States' Expert Group on digitisation and digital preservation).


How to Cite

Rónai, I. (2011). <b>Hungary</b>: The Digital Literary Academy. Uncommon Culture, 2(1), 102–105. Retrieved from https://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/UC/article/view/3962