The Print Archives and Preservation Registry (PAPR) system is designed to support archiving and management of serials collections by providing comprehensive information about titles, holdings, and the terms and conditions of archiving of the major print archiving and shared print programs. The PAPR database is available online at http://papr.crl.edu.
PAPR augments other CRL services and activities that support the strategic management and development of collections at the local and regional level. This broader set of resources is provided to the CRL community and other participants in the Global Resources Programs (GRP). The usefulness of the PAPR database depends on input and participation from a wide variety of libraries. Please direct your comments and suggestions about PAPR to Amy Wood, CRL Senior Director of Technical Services at awood at crl(dot)edu.
- a searchable database of print archiving programs
- downloadable reports of titles and holdings for participating print archiving programs
- the display of title and holdings information from participating print archiving programs
- Statistics about PAPR holdings
Development Partners and Phases
The California Digital Library (CDL) serves as development partner for PAPR.