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CRL’s Collections Forum in April will explore how research libraries can ensure long-term access to born-digital government records and data.

CRL now has a new platform for tracking the status of e-resources under consideration for member licensing.

CRL supports community efforts to preserve key primary sources, such as Liberian newspapers microfilmed by CAMP.

The World Newspaper Archive, a partnership of CRL and Readex, has reached a milestone of 2,500,000 scanned pages across four modules.

CRL’s YouTube Channel features archived presentations, such as a recent series of webinars on text and data mining.

Recently updated topic guides to CRL collections and related resources feature News (above) and Government Information.

CRL collections support research in a wide variety of fields. Take a look at some recent publications based on materials from CRL collections.

Supporting advanced research and teaching since 1949

  • We collect unique and little-known humanities, science, and social science documents.
  • We preserve records of the past and the present for researchers of the future.
  • We connect researchers, libraries, and institutions to vital source materials.

Focus on Global Resources

This issue of Focus reports on the outcomes of the 2012 event “The Global Dimensions of Scholarship and Research Libraries: A Forum on the Future,” which explored decreasing acquisition of foreign language materials by US research libraries.

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