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Apr 23 2010
61st Annual Council of Voting Members Meeting
The 61st Council of Voting Members Annual Meeting, was held as a Web conference on Friday, April 23, 2010.

Apr 14 2010
Webinar: Access and Collections
This general CRL Webinar is ideal for new library staff or anyone who wants a quick refresher on CRL access and services.

Feb 24 2010
Webinar: Access to Academic Theses and Dissertations
This presentation for CRL collection development, reference, and resource-sharing librarians will outline the new challenges in access to dissertations and theses.

Feb 3 2010
Webinar: News – Paper, Film, and Digital
This free Webinar for CRL members, based on a preconference workshop at the 2009 Charleston Conference, will survey evolving models for preserving and providing access to yesterday’s news.

Jan 15 2010
PAN ALA Midwinter January 2010
CRL hosted the PAN meeting at ALA Midwinter 2010 in Boston.

Jan 15 2010 - Jan 19 2010
American Library Association Midwinter Meeting
Find CRL at the American Library Association Midwinter Meeting in Boston.

Jan 13 2010
Webinar: Southeast Asia Primary Sources
The Center for Research Libraries will present a collections Webinar highlighting CRL’s resources on Southeast Asia.

Nov 4 2009 - Nov 5 2009
CRL Collection Development Forums
CRL is hosting two pre-conference sessions at the upcoming Charleston Conference, and will co-host a Lively Lunch Roundtable on maximizing CRL membership.

Oct 14 2009
Webinar: Access and Collections
The Center for Research Libraries will present a 90-minute “Access and Collections” webinar on Wednesday, October 14, 2009 from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. CST. This no-cost event is open to librarians, library staff, and faculty at CRL libraries.

Oct 5 2009 - Dec 9 2009
Webinars: The Future of Primary Sources
The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) is engaged in a series of case studies, funded by the National Science Foundation, to examine the longevity of digital resources. To obtain scholarly input on these studies, CRL is hosting a series of brief (22.5 minute) online forums for researchers in the fields of history, social sciences, and chemistry.

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