How to Become a Member of CAMP

Membership in CAMP is open to any institution or nonprofit organization maintaining a library and whose interests coincide with the project.

Member institutions are entitled to borrow, via Interlibrary Loan or by fax or electronic document delivery, all CAMP-funded material in accordance with CRL’s lending policies. These materials are available through the Center for Research Libraries’ online catalog, and are in OCLC.

Members receive discounted prices on purchasing microform material filmed by the project and within copyright limitations. Members also participate in the programmatic direction and governance of the project by proposing and voting on materials to acquire or film under the project.

Membership is assessed on an annual basis (beginning in July). Full members in North America are assessed an annual membership fee of $800 (those institutions not participating in CRL are assessed $1,300). Categories for international membership are also available.

See the CAMP bylaws for more details.

To join CAMP, please complete and return the Membership Request Form.

For more information about membership or to inquire about joining CAMP, please contact Judy Alspach.

CAMP Preserves Kenyan Newspaper Taifa Leo

CAMP Preserves Kenyan Newspaper Taifa Leo

CAMP has microfilmed issues of Taifa Leo from November 2004 to May 2010. Taifa Leo is the only Kiswahili daily paper published in Kenya.

CAMP Preserves Government Documents from the Plateau State of Nigeria

Documents from the 1970s through the 2000s include annual reports of state agencies, state budgets, government white papers on issues of the day, texts of speeches, and other ephemeral material.