The U.S. Government Printing Office has engaged the Center for Research Libraries to undertake an in-depth audit of FDsys, the GPO’s federal digital repository. The audit will begin in January 2013 and be concluded by September.
Do you know a colleague, faculty member, or graduate student deserving special recognition for his or her work with primary source materials? Consider nominating them for a Primary Source Award!
New content added to Latin American, South Asian modules.
LAMP (formerly the Latin American Microform Project) funded the digitization of a collection of Puerto Rican Civil Court Cases held by the University of Connecticut.
Out 22 2012
CRL Expands News Coverage for Members
In a recent message to CRL library directors, Bernie Reilly reported that CRL has begun to explore providing “end-to end” coverage of news content to researchers at CRL libraries. The recent CRL offers of several key news databases from Readex are a step in that direction: they provide favorable terms for access to a range of historic and current news content.
CRL has made its catalog records available to members in a variety of ways: tape loading, record sets from OCLC, and since 2006, via FTP on a quarterly schedule. Now, CRL records are also available to subscribers of Ex Libris’ Primo Central and ProQuest’s Summon.
Set 7 2012
CAMP Preserves Mololi Newspaper
The Cooperative African Materials Project (CAMP) has microfilmed the newspaper Mololi from Lesotho.
LAMP and the University of Texas have duplicated 600 serials from the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection at the University of Texas at Austin.
The Southeast Asia Microform Project (SEAM) recently completed the microfilming of several years of the Malaysian newspaper Harakah.