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New funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will enable CRL and international partners to expand access to source materials for area and international studies. 
LLMC is digitizing Cuban legal materials, increasing access to Cuba's legal patrimony.
Now in its fifth year, CRL's Global Resources Partnership in Science, Technology, and Engineering continues to expand benefits to CRL member libraries.
CRL's e-resource efforts align with its core mission: ensuring the integrity and accessibility of critical evidence for research. 
At CRL’s 2016 Council of Voting Members meeting the question was posed, “Should more CRL digital resources be Open Access?” Attendees said yes and CRL’s Board of Directors agreed. 
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.
The Slavic and East European Materials Project (SEEMP) recently microfilmed twelve newspaper titles from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, spanning the years 1988-2010.
The Middle East Materials Project (MEMP) has microfilmed issues of al-Hadaf from 1979-1989.  This title was published in Arabic in Beirut, Lebanon by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (P.F.L.P.).
The Collections and Services Policy Committee plays a critical role in reviewing and proposing broad directions for CRL collections strategy.
Three libraries became new voting members of CRL on July 1.
ProQuest's metadata digitized newspapers provides valuable data on publication history and product coverage in key databases for academic research.
The Southeast Asia Materials Project (SEAM) recently microfilmed issues from May 2000 - April 2002 of  Xin sheng ri bao (Harian Hidup Baru), an Indonesian newspaper published primarily in Chinese.
The dashboard, developed as a result of recent community discussions, provides a high-level view of the progress of shared print archiving efforts.
Three CRL staff members will attend this year's ALA Annual Conference in Orlando.
The Latin American Materials Project (LAMP) has microfilmed issues from 1992 of the New York City newspaper Listín USA, which covered the Dominican community there.
Four institutions recently joined TRAIL (the Technical Report Archive & Image Library).  TRAIL identifies, acquires, catalogs, digitizes and provides unrestricted access to U.S. government agency technical reports.
The Middle East Materials Project (MEMP) has preserved nine Afghan publications, covering a broad range of time periods and subjects.
Project Ceres grants a total of $48,839.43 to projects from five universities. 
At the April 14 meeting of CRL’s Council of Voting Members, delegates from CRL libraries  elected  new members of the Board of Directors, approved a budget for the coming fiscal year and authorized new digital directions for CRL.  
With the support of twelve member libraries, CRL will acquire four microform sets through its 2016 Shared Purchase Program.