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Council on Library & Information Resources

CLIR forges strategies to enhance research, teaching, and learning environments in collaboration with libraries, cultural institutions, and communities of higher learning. We foster collaboration by investing in cross-disciplinary intellectual leadership, strategic programs, and professional development opportunities.

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2024 DLF Forum Call for Proposals Is Now Open!

The Call for Proposals for the in-person DLF Forum at Michigan State University is now open. We invite proposals related to topics ranging from digital humanities methods and projects to artificial intelligence, accessibility, and climate change as related to digital libraries.

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We believe the future depends on the preservation, organization, and accessibility of knowledge. Through collaboration with cultural institutions across the globe, we foster cross-disciplinary thought leadership, tactical programs, and professional development opportunities.

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