Webinar: News Preservation and Access

Event Logistics

Wednesday, July 13, 2011
1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Gwen Ihnat - gihnat@crl.edu

James Simon, Director of the CRL Global Resources Network, hosts this online event that surveys CRL news collections, major news databases (such as the World Newspaper Archive: African Newspapers, pictured), and the challenges of preserving online news. Simon will also discuss recent findings from CRL’s new report, “Preserving News in the Digital Environment: Mapping the Newspaper Industry in Transition,” supported by the Library of Congress Office of Strategic Initiatives.

This event is free for librarians and researchers at CRL institutions.

CRL hosts Webinars throughout the year on collections and services of interest to CRL libraries. For more information on our Webinar schedule, visit http://www.crl.edu/membership/make-most-your-crl-membership/webinars.

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