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CRL's Collections and Services Policy Committee is excited to open a call for participation in the newly formed Sustainable Stewardship and Access Working Group. 

On March 23-24 the "Truth, Justice, Memory: Documentary Evidence in the Digital Age" conference will take place at El Colegio de México, where the digital platform Repository of Documentation on Disappearances in Mexico (RDDM) will launch.

Yearly, through the Purchase Proposal Program, CRL members nominate collections for acquisition which are then evaluated and voted on by membership. Once acquired, the materials are available for use by member libraries and their researchers through interlibrary loan. Member participation in the Purchase Proposal Program is one of the ways the CRL community builds a collective collection, providing access to resources that may otherwise be too costly for individual institutions to obtain.

Lanette Garza joins the team as the new NERL Program Manager.

TRAIL (Technical Report Archive & Image Library) has released its Winter 2022 Newsletter, which covers:

The first of its kind, the retroactive open access pilot agreement opens tens of thousands of articles authored by leading researchers at NERL institutions.

Welcoming Community Collections Manager Jes Neal, Open Knowledge Licensing Coordinator Melanie Kowalski, and Collections Assistant Ivanna Moreno

CIFNAL’s Engaging Francophone Partners Working Group announces its spring Speaker Series.

TRAIL Autumn 2021 Newsletter

December 16, 2021

Highlights from TRAIL's activities over the past few months, including an annual meeting follow-up.

Bates College, Davidson College, and the University of California, Riverside all joined CRL in recent months.