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This proposal outlines a cooperative approach to archiving print journals, newspapers, and government documents in North American collections.
CRL’s preservation audit marks the first public disclosure of a digital certification review conducted by an independent entity.
The preliminary release for World Newspaper Archive–African Newspapers, which contains 13 titles with approximately 85,000 pages, is now available for preview.
The current issue (V11N3) features new reviews of electronic resources for libraries.
CRL announces its new e-mail update.
The collection features such titles as Novo Correio de Modas (1852–54), O Sexo Feminino (1873–89), and A Mai de Familia (Jan 1879–Dec 1888).
Latin American Newspapers reaches 970,000 pages; African Newspapers preliminary release is expected in December.
The 2009 LARRP chair’s report is now available for participants.
The Africa Studies Center (The Netherlands) becomes the newest international member of the Cooperative Africana Microform Project.
Children accidentally aloft in a balloon—information now available in digitized historic American periodicals from CRL.
The University becomes the group’s 29th institutional member.
The University of Pennsylvania is the latest institution to join the German-North American Resources Partnership.
The University of Sheffield (UK) is the newest international member of CAMP (Cooperative Africana Microform Project).  CAMP, founded in 1963, is a joint effort by research libraries throughout the world and the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) to promote the preservation of publications and archives concerning the nearly fifty nations of Sub-Saharan Africa
The new issue (V11N2) of The Charleston Advisor (TCA), a print and online review of electronic resources for libraries, has been released.
Voting has begun on the CRL FY2010 Purchase Proposal Ballot. This year CRL will allocate $135,000 to the purchase of collections through this program.
The goal of the initiative is to significantly reduce costs, increase accessibility, and foster long-term preservation of journals, newspapers, and government documents for scholars and researchers in the CRL community.
Dramatic new design offers many enhanced features.
In October 2009, CRL surpassed two million pages digitized on request for scholars at member libraries.
LAN approaches 900,000 pages; CRL begins production on African Newspapers.
Montreal, August 2008