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LAMP will meet on July 23, 2010, 7–9:30 p.m. in Providence, R.I.
CRL and the British Library are working to provide electronic access to scholarship at UK universities through the EThOS database.
The five new additions to CRL’s member roster exemplify diversity and expertise.
The TRAIL (Technical Report Archive & Image Library) collaborative effort digitizes and provides access to scientific and technical reports issued by U.S. federal agencies prior to 1975. CRL invites institutions to join TRAIL as the program becomes part of the Global Resources Network.
Blazing a Trail: Digitizing and Preserving Legacy U.S. Government Technical Reports poster to be presented on June 28 as part of the ALA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
The TRAIL project has received the 2010 Documents to the People Award, sponsored by LexisNexis, GODORT, and ALA. The award will be presented at the ALA conference in June in Washington, D.C.
GNARP will hold several meetings at ALA Annual in Washington this year.
CRL has developed a searchable registry of information on print archiving initiatives, including projects and serial holdings.
You can now access video versions of the PowerPoint presentations from CRL’s 61st Annual Council Business Meeting and Collections Forum.
CIFNAL will hold a  Members Meeting at ALA Annual in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, June 27, 2010.
Respond by Wednesday, May 12, to a special offer for member purchase of Gale’s Making of the Modern World or Mass Observation from Adam Matthew.
A new CRL dataset lists print materials being archived by five U.S. consortia.
The current issue (V11N4) features new reviews of electronic resources for libraries.
Eighteen libraries contributed to this year’s purchase of four major microfilm sets.
The African Newspapers module of the World Newspaper Archive now includes over 25 titles and more than half of the projected page total.
Seven Liberian newspapers from the collection of Michigan State University have been microfilmed by CAMP.
Articles from American Periodicals from the Center for Research Libraries (APCRL) are now indexed in the latest release of C19: The Nineteenth Century Index, available from ProQuest.
CRL makes a change in access to UK dissertations.
This new catalog shows users what is in the CRL JSTOR print archive and what is still needed.
Four collections have been announced as possibilities for purchase on this year’s Shared Purchase ballot.