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Nov 17 2014
CAMP Preserves Newspapers from Liberia

The Cooperative Africana Materials Project (CAMP) has microfilmed 13 Liberian newspaper titles from the collection of Michigan State University.

Nov 3 2014
Voting Now Open for CRL Purchase of New Collections

CRL welcomes representatives of member libraries to vote in this year’s CRL Purchase Proposal Program. Voting on CRL acquisition of major microform and reprint collections is open until Friday, November 21.

Oct 21 2014
CSPC Appoints Five New Members

New members bring diverse backgrounds and deep expertise to primary governance committee on CRL collections.

Oct 20 2014
Simon New CRL Vice President of Collections and Services

On September 29, 2014, James Simon was named CRL Vice President of Collections and Services. Simon is now responsible for CRL departments that build and care for CRL collections and that directly serve CRL members and constituencies: Access Services, Stack Management, Facilities, and Technical Services. 

Oct 6 2014
CRL to Digitize Endangered Foreign Government Publications

CRL will digitize and expose official gazettes from several countries where the integrity of the public record may be at risk.

Oct 1 2014
Deadline Extended for 2015 Purchase Proposal Program

The deadline for nominations for collection purchases in the CRL FY15 Purchase Proposal Program has been extended until October 7.

Oct 1 2014
Primary Source Award Nominations Now Open

The Primary Source Awards recognize librarians, faculty, and researchers for innovative and creative uses of primary source materials. Nominate colleagues (or yourself) for CRL’s annual award program.

Sep 23 2014
SEEMP Acquires Russian Satirical Journal Krokodil

SEEMP (Slavic and East European Materials Project) has acquired microfilm of the Russian satirical journal Krokodil for the years 1923–44.

Sep 22 2014
CRL Supports AMPs’ Digital Turn

CRL’s six Area Materials Projects increasingly embrace digitization as a mechanism for preservation and access.

Sep 15 2014
Project Ceres Funds Michigan Grange Visitor Digitization

The Grange Visitor, the official newspaper of the Michigan State Grange from 1875 to 1896, is online as a Michigan State University Digital Collection with support from Project CERES. With funding from the Center for Research Libraries, twenty-one volumes, 402 issues, and 3,239 pages are now preserved and accessible to researchers.

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