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SEEMP has acquired microfilm of the newspaper Zapoliar'e, published in Vorkuta, Russia, for August 1952 through December 1970.
The Chaquèri Collection of Iranian Left-wing Materials 1960–85 is now available through CRL’s online catalog.
CRL now offers rebroadcasts of informative presentations and Webinars highlighting global research resources and other valuable topics on our new YouTube channel.
Through a new partnership, CRL is expanding its preservation of international legal collections, and providing electronic access to new primary source materials in the fields of law, government, and politics.
CRL invites nominations for cooperative purchases in the FY11 Purchase Proposal Program until September 30.
CRL announces its newest board member,  Dr. Susan Martin of the University of Tennessee Knoxville.
The current issue of The Charleston Advisor (V12N1) features new reviews of electronic resources for libraries.
CIFNAL members are encouraged to participate in the dLOC project by signing up at
CRL has made substantial design improvements to its online catalog.
CRL Vice President and Director of Programs and Services Melissa Trevvett has accepted a new position as Executive Director of the Boston Library Consortium.
GNARP has developed a list of German-Language Newspapers held in North America, available on the WESSWeb.
A list of major microform sets in French and Francophone studies is now available on the WESSWeb.
The new World Newspaper Archive  module provides more than 400,000 fully searchable pages of newspapers published in South Asia dating from the 19th century.
This year CRL added 11,000 new volumes and 223 new titles to the JSTOR collection.
LAMP will meet on July 23, 2010, 7–9:30 p.m. in Providence, R.I.
CRL and the British Library are working to provide electronic access to scholarship at UK universities through the EThOS database.
The five new additions to CRL’s member roster exemplify diversity and expertise.
The TRAIL (Technical Report Archive & Image Library) collaborative effort digitizes and provides access to scientific and technical reports issued by U.S. federal agencies prior to 1975. CRL invites institutions to join TRAIL as the program becomes part of the Global Resources Network.
Blazing a Trail: Digitizing and Preserving Legacy U.S. Government Technical Reports poster to be presented on June 28 as part of the ALA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
The TRAIL project has received the 2010 Documents to the People Award, sponsored by LexisNexis, GODORT, and ALA. The award will be presented at the ALA conference in June in Washington, D.C.