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In the age of e-publishing and open data, government information and records are being exposed in intriguing new ways. This CRL Charleston preconference will bring together aggregators and re-publishers of government information, and collection development and government information specialists to speculate on where these trends are leading.
The open online distribution of government information is changing the ways researchers access documents and publications produced by agencies worldwide. This Global Resources Forum webinar will explore how libraries can continue to ensure sustained access to this information for researchers, and what role CRL can play in supporting those efforts.

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The Center for Research Libraries will present a 60-minute webinar on its Collections and Services on Wednesday, October 9, 2013, from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Central Time. Participation in this event is open to all librarians, library staff, and faculty at CRL libraries.
This webinar will focus on CRL’s licensing and acquisition programs, including electronic resource offers and the purchase proposal program.

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Print serials from the Linda Hall Library of Science, Engineering & Technology are now available electronically to CRL libraries through on-demand digitization and traditional document delivery via the RapidILL service. This special webinar for CRL members offers more information about this partnership and the vast shared collection among CRL and Linda Hall.

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Presenters will discuss evolving models of access to electronic news resources and scholars' changing research practices. CRL will update members on its strategy for ensuring access to current and historical news.
A two-day invitational conference at Duke University will explore connections between global scholarship and the collective ability of research libraries to support it.
Lizanne Payne discusses and demonstrates a prototype of CRL’s Print Archives and Preservation Registry (PAPR) system, which will provide information about print archiving programs and collection analysis tools.

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