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CLIR Issues 138

Number 138  November/December 2020 ISSN 1944-7639 (online version) Contents CLIR and HBCU Library Alliance to Study Feasibility for Large-Scale Survey of HBCU Libraries CLIR Board Appoints New Members, Officers Virtual DLF Forum and Related Events Draw Record Participation Louisa Kwasigroch Appointed Interim DLF Senior Program Officer Material Memory Season 2 Explores Cultural Memory and...

3 Questions With Field Notes’ Bryan Bedell

3 Questions With Field Notes’ Bryan Bedell The “Dime Novel” edition of Field Notes ‘Quarterly Releases’ series, inspired in part by a visit to Northern Illinois University’s dime novel collection has become one of our favorite examples of ways our grant recipients’ collections have been used to inspire something new. For this month’s newsletter,...

Redwoods and Material Memory with Nicole Kang Ferraiolo

Redwoods and Material Memory with Nicole Kang Ferraiolo The second season of CLIR’s podcast Material Memory delves into the impact of the climate crisis on communities and their cultural heritage. We asked host Nicole Kang Ferraiolo, Director of Global Strategic Initiatives at CLIR, about the inspiration behind the imagery for this season. How did...

Lisa Wright on designing for CLIR

Lisa Wright on designing for CLIR Lisa Wright, of Obsesso Processo, worked with CLIR’s Digital Library Federation and Digitizing Hidden Collections programs to design identities for their 2020 events. We’re so excited to be chatting with you about the designs you did for us! To get us started, can you tell us a bit...

CLIR to Serve as Fiscal Host for ILiADS

CLIR has signed an agreement with the Institute for Liberal Arts Digital Scholarship (ILiADS) to serve as its fiscal host. ILiADS is a network of individuals, expertise, and projects that demonstrate the scholarly and pedagogical impact of the digital liberal arts. Launched at Hamilton College in 2015, with initial funding from The Andrew W....

A Message of Support for Black Lives

CLIR strongly condemns the murder of George Floyd, as well as Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and all Black people who have lost their lives to violence and police brutality motivated by hatred and prejudice. We state unequivocally that the Black lives of our staff, our community, and our nation matter. As an...

Call for Proposals: DLF Forum 2020 and Affiliated Events

Calls for Proposals are now open for the 2020 DLF Forum, Learn@DLF, NDSA’s Digital Preservation 2020, and CLIR’s Digitizing Hidden Collections Symposium. Events will take place from November 8–12 in Baltimore, Maryland. For all events, we welcome submissions from members and nonmembers alike. Students, practitioners, and others from any related field are invited to...

CLIR Issues 131

Number 131  September/October 2019 ISSN 1944-7639 (online version) Contents Three Questions with Don Waters Are We Doing Enough to Manage and Preserve Born-Digital Content? New Releases: Foundations of Discovery; Technologies of Surveillance Group Advocacy Action Plan; #DLFteach Toolkit 1.0 Follow the DLF Forum and Related Events Call for Host Institutions: Postdoctoral Fellowship Program  ...

CLIR Issues 130

Number 130  July/August 2019 ISSN 1944-7639 (online version) Contents CLIR and HBCU Library Alliance Form National Partnership CLIR Appoints Postdoctoral Fellowship Advisory Committee Announcing DLF Forum Fellows Welcome New Staff! Forthcoming Publications Blogroll   CLIR Issues is produced in electronic format only. To receive the newsletter, please sign up at https://www.clir.org/pubs/issues/signup. Content is not...

CLIR Issues 129

Number 129  May/June 2019 ISSN 1944-7639 (online version) Contents CLIR Names 2019 Postdoctoral Fellows Assessing CLIR’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program Register Now for DLF 2019 Forum and Affiliated Events Forthcoming: Cataloging Hidden Collections Program Assessment Reminder: Recordings at Risk Application Deadline July 9 Blogroll CLIR Issues is produced in electronic format only. To receive the...

مجلس موارد المكتبات والمعلومات يُعَيِّن مستشارين تنظيميين لمكتبة الشرق الأوسط الرقمية

واشنطن، الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية، — عَيَّن مجلس موارد المكتبات والمعلومات خمسة مستشارين تنظيميين لمكتبة الشرق الأوسط الرقمية هم: الدكتور سيف عبدالله الجابري، مدير مركز المعلومات، مكتبة جامعة السلطان قابوس، سلطنة عُمان الدكتورة نجوى عدره، باحثة أنثروبولوجية في التراث الثقافي اليمني غير المادي الدكتورة ماريت عطا الله، رئيس قسم تطوير المجموعات بمكتبة...