75 CRL libraries invest in Latin American Newspapers

Wednesday, July 15, 2009
James Simon - jsimon@crl.edu

As of July 15, 2009, 75 CRL institutions have signaled their interest in ongoing access to the Latin American Newspapers module of the World Newspaper Archive (WNA). The investment of the participating libraries goes directly back into the program to continue digitization of important news content. LAN has surpassed 625,000 pages, with a projected 1 million pages by fall 2009.

All CRL libraries are welcome to participate in the program. If your institution is interested in continued access to LAN or other modules, contact us at any point to receive additional information.

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