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The MacArthur Foundation awards grants to CRL and institutional partners in Mexico to provide support for a multistage initiative to promote the ability of memory institutions and other actors to secure and preserve documentation vital to civil society in Mexico.
CRL negotiates extraordinary access to archival and special collections content from Gale Primary Sources to assist students, faculty, and staff at CRL member institutions working remotely in response to COVID-19. CRL members have unlimited access to a number of archives and customized webinars in Gale Primary Sources from now until June 30, 2020.
Notes and Updates from the 2020 Midwinter PAN meeting
Project Ceres—a collaboration between USAIN, AgNIC, and CRL—funds eight digitization projects for 2019-2020.
CRL has been awarded a planning grant from the MacArthur Foundation to develop an operable strategy for preserving recent Mexican human rights documentation.
The PAN Forum met Friday, January 26, 2019, in Seattle Washington for another informative event.
Shared print meeting held in Charleston to discuss improvements to the OCLC WorldCat database and CRL's Print Archives Preservation Registry (PAPR).
The Center for Research Libraries has issued a new report on CLOCKSS that updates the findings of its initial TRAC certification audit, performed in 2014. 
During its 2018-2019 funding cycle, Project CERES funded two proposals for the digitization and preservation of agricultural publications spanning 1913 to 1988. The projects include collections from the University of Tennessee and Colorado State University.
In June 2018 the Print Archive Network (PAN) Forum brought together leading practitioners of shared print initiatives to exchange information, expertise, and best practices on the strategic management of print holdings.
Highlights from the 2018 PAN Forum at ALA 2018 Midwinter conference titled, “Validation of Shared Print Collections.”
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.
Highlights from the 2017 PAN Forum at #ALA annual conference titled, “Validation of Shared Print Collections.”
The TRAIL collection now contains more than 61,500 federal technical reports, including over 4.5 million pages of content.
A number of CRL staff members will attend this year’s American Library Association Annual Conference to report on and gather input for CRL programs.
CRL and partners continue their support for preservation and digtiization of historical agricultural publications through Project CERES
CRL libraries are helping grow and strengthen the print journal holdings maintained under the Global Resources Partnership in Science, Technology and Engineering, to ensure the availability of knowledge resources vital to research and learning.
Highlights from the January 2017 PAN Updates.
A number of CRL staff members will attend this year’s ALA Midwinter Conference in Atlanta, January 20-24, to report on, and gather input for, CRL programs.