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A number of CRL staff members will attend this year’s ALA Midwinter Conference in Atlanta, January 20-24, to report on, and gather input for, CRL programs.
CRL digitization recently reached another milestone: over 25,000 titles digitized from CRL collections are now hosted on CRL's DDS platform, available to researchers at CRL member institutions.
ProQuest's metadata digitized newspapers provides valuable data on publication history and product coverage in key databases for academic research.
The dashboard, developed as a result of recent community discussions, provides a high-level view of the progress of shared print archiving efforts.
Project Ceres grants a total of $48,839.43 to projects from five universities. 
TRAIL is in the top 25 of HathiTrust content contributors, with more than 39,000 volumes of technical reports originally published by the US Government.
LAMP recently microfilmed the contemporary Mexican newspaper El Diario de Juárez for the years 2008-2010.
CRL's extensive work with serials data and holdings records is benefiting member institutions' assessment and disclosure of serial holdings for archiving.
Who from CRL will be at ALA Midwinter 2016 in Boston and where to find them.
Following the announcement that Portico will now archive EBSCO Digital Archives products in its D-Collections program, representatives of CRL libraries heard more about the expanding program in two conference calls with Portico. CRL has updated the provider profile and review of Portico in eDesiderata.
Three major publishers of news databases have begun to provide detailed metadata to the International Coalition on Newspapers (ICON) database.
The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) has completed a preservation audit of Canadiana.org, and on the basis of that audit certified Canadiana as a trustworthy digital repository.
Preserving America's Print Resources II: a North American Summit was convened by CRL at ALA 2015 in order to discuss how CRL can further support the archiving and sharing of print serial collections by North American libraries.
Project Ceres—a collaboration between USAIN, AgNIC, and CRL—supports projects that preserve print materials essential to the study of agriculture and make those materials accessible through digitization.
A number of CRL staff members will attend this year’s ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco, June 25-30, to report on, and gather input for, CRL programs.
TRAIL will now collect U.S. government technical reports from all years, doing away with the 1975 cutoff it had previously used.  Following a recent vote of the membership, the TRAIL Bylaws were amended to allow for personal memberships.
Over the last several months CRL has undertaken several major upgrades to the facility.  These projects represent the culmination of a multi-year initiative focused on improving the Center’s preservation environment, and increasing energy efficiency.   
The Middle East Materials Project (MEMP) and the South Asia Materials Project (SAMP) contributed funds for the preservation of seventeen newspaper and serial titles published in Afghanistan.
The Middle East Materials Project (MEMP) has microfilmed several Iraqi newspapers published in Baghdad after the 2003 invasion.
CRL has released the findings of its preservation audit, and has certified CLOCKSS as a trustworthy digital repository. The certification applies to the repository’s ability to preserve and manage digital content deposited with CLOCKSS by participating e-journal publishers as of May 2014.