The unexpected response of some friends during the July flooding in northern Vermont left a lasting impression: “We wanted to help get food to your animals, but didn’t have a raft.”
At that time, my wife and I were in New Hampshire, and as I read about the floods in a digital newspaper, the images of our capital city, Montpelier, under several feet of river water and subsequent drone pictures appearing of our village similarly submerged were hard to believe.
In a significant step toward addressing the chronic lack of diversity in the library profession, CLIR has received a $250,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
CLIR has successfully secured a substantial grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to launch the CLIR Climate Resiliency Action Workshop Program. This two-year initiative, managed in collaboration with the Digital Library Federation’s Climate Justice Working Group and led by Amanda Boczar, Curator for Digital Collections at the University of South Florida Libraries, will empower libraries, museums, and cultural institutions to proactively address the mounting challenges posed by extreme weather events and climate change.
In an effort to tackle the growing challenges of misinformation and disinformation in today’s digital age, CLIR has announced the release of the trailer for its highly anticipated new media literacy podcast, “For Your Reference” (FYR). With an impressive team of co-producers and hosts, this initiative aims to empower the public with the critical skills needed to discern fact from fiction in the digital realm.
A recent Supreme Court ruling holds the potential to either champion the rights of artists, writers, and musicians, or potentially stifle creativity, subjecting arts and information organizations to copyright lawsuits. In September, the Open Copyright Education Advisory Network (OCEAN) convened a discussion centering on the case of Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsmith, and the potential implications it may bear for libraries, archives, museums, and galleries.
Since its inception in 2004, the CLIR postdoctoral fellowship program has been an exceptional opportunity for recent Ph.D. graduates to gain invaluable experience in academic libraries, archives, and museums. Renowned for its competitiveness, this esteemed fellowship program has provided support to over 200 postdoctoral fellows, many of whom have made remarkable contributions to the field of library and information science.
In this edition, our focus shines on Lorena Gauthereau, who currently serves as the Digital Programs Manager at the University of Houston’s US Latino Digital Humanities Center and the “Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage” project.
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