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In 2023, the CRL community has convened to weave together CRL's global collections activities into a holistic program that leverages CRL's unique scale to build community-stewarded global collections in service to CRL members and the research enterprise they support. More information on this initiative and its timeline and deliverables can be found here. 

In 2023, the CRL community is convening, in consultation with the Educopia Institute, to weave CRL's global collections activities together into a holistic strategy that leverages CRL's unique community, scale, and infrastructure to build community-stewarded global collections in service to research, and scholarship. More information on this initiative and its timeline and deliverables can be found here. 

The Slavic and East European Materials Project (SEEMP) has preserved a large set of newspapers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan.

CIFNAL, GNARP, and SEEMP have issued the following "European Studies Statement on Collection Development, Access, and Equity in the Time of COVID-19"

The Slavic and East European Materials Project (SEEMP) has digitized issues of the Ukrainian Catholic newspaper Ameryka, published in Philadelphia.

SEEMP (Slavic and East European Materials Project) has embarked on a multi-year project to microfilm a collection of newspapers from the immediate post-Soviet period (ca. 1991-1998). 

The Slavic and East European Materials Project (SEEMP) recently microfilmed twelve newspaper titles from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, spanning the years 1988-2010.

The Slavic and East European Materials Project (SEEMP) has digitized 90 rare titles published in 1945-1954 by various groups of Ukrainian Émigrés living in Germany or other Western European countries.

SEEMP (Slavic and East European Materials Project) has acquired microfilm of the Russian satirical journal Krokodil for the years 1923–44.

CRL’s six Area Materials Projects increasingly embrace digitization as a mechanism for preservation and access.

The Slavic and East European Materials Project (SEEMP) has acquired the Russian newspaper Zapoliar'e for the years 1971-1990.

SEEMP has preserved the 1971–88 issues of the Zagreb edition of Borba.

The Slavic and East European Microform Project (SEEMP) has preserved issues from 1992 to 2007 of the newspaper Oslobođenje, published in Sarajevo.

The Slavic and East European Microform Project (SEEMP) has acquired the complete run of the Polish newspaper Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny.

The Slavic and East European Microform Project will hold its Annual Business Meeting on Friday, November 19, 2010, in Los Angeles. 

SEEMP has acquired microfilm of the newspaper Zapoliar'e, published in Vorkuta, Russia, for August 1952 through December 1970.

The next meeting of SEEMP will be held Friday, November 13 at 3:00 - 4:45 pm in the Rhode Island Room in the Marriott Copley Place in Boston, MA. For more information, visit the SEEMP Web page.

SEEMP is filming Oslobođenje (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina) and seeks issues from 2005.