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TRAIL member representative Robbie Sittel of the University of North Texas (UNT) has been appointed to the Depository Library Council (DLC).
CRL's premiere collection of executive branch serial documents issued by Brazil’s government is now fully searchable and downloadable.
Since 2010, CRL and LLMC's Global Resources Law Partnership has vastly expanded access to U.S. State and Candian Province legislative resources. 
The South Asia Open Archives (SAOA), administered by the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), has recently begun digitizing the Indian Newspaper Reports containing weekly translations and summaries of local Anglo-Indian and vernacular-language newspapers from the late nineteenth through the early twentieth century, from throughout South Asia.
Highlights from the 2018 PAN Forum at ALA 2018 Midwinter conference titled, “Validation of Shared Print Collections.”
As of January, 2018, CRL voting member libraries have access to the new online review ccAdvisor, a collaboration between Choice and the Charleston Company.
CRL staff members will be available at ALA's 2018 Midwinter Meeting in Denver, CO, for questions on CRL programs.
Through an NEH-funded planning effort, CRL will mine bibliographic records for historical print serials reformatted through major humanities preservation efforts, to address a significant gap in “actionable” information for libraries responsible for the stewardship of critical humanities resources.
CRL voting member libraries have approved the acquisition of ten microform, reprint, and CD/DVD collections through the 2018 Purchase Proposal Program. List price value $132,538 (depending on the exchange rate). Once acquired, the collections will be available through interlibrary loan from CRL.  
The South Asia Materials Project (SAMP) has digitized the magazine Nalupu (Black) for the entire run of its publication, April 1989-June 1993.  This is one of the pioneering magazines which brought together discussions of caste and class politics in the Telugu-speaking regions of India.

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