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Toward a More Inclusive Grant Program

This is the fourth post in a five-part series called “Five Years of Listening” on the evolution of the Digitizing Hidden Collections program. —By Nicole Kang Ferraiolo  Most people know what they mean when they talk about inclusion, yet it remains one of the trickiest words to define. It can be understood in the...

What We Might Choose to Save

By Christa Williford When the editors first applied to CLIR for support for the project that resulted in 3D/VR in the Academic Library: Emerging Practices and Trends, I was delighted. As a program officer charged with facilitating brighter futures for access and preservation in libraries and archives, I appreciate the need to focus more...

CLIR Appoints Carol A. Mandel Distinguished Presidential Fellow

CLIR has appointed Carol A. Mandel Distinguished Presidential Fellow. Mandel is dean emerita of New York University (NYU) Libraries and currently serves on the CLIR Board. Mandel will systematically consider the societal and institutional frameworks that can expand scalable, sustainable approaches to preserving various types of digital content. Building on extensive work already done...

Initiatives and Partnerships

CLIR engages a range of stakeholders in its work, and its activities touch on all facets of scholarly communication: original research, including new forms of inquiry and expression; new methods of investigation; the creation and curation of large datasets and the relationship of data to publication and authentication of research; teaching, including new pedagogies, the influence of technology on the classroom and extra-classroom experience; preservation; collection development; archives and special collections and their manifestation; new modes of publication; interoperability and linkages of global resources; digitization of new content within accepted parameters of metadata and protocols; and the interrelated aspects of these facets.

CIOs in Liberal Arts Colleges

Semiannual forum of directors that run merged IT and Library units on liberal arts colleges and small universities.

Committee on Coherence at Scale

Analyzes emerging national-scale digital projects and their potential to help transform higher education in terms of scholarly productivity, teaching, cost-efficiency, and sustainability.

eResearch Network

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Digitizing Hidden Collections

Funding the digitization of rare and unique content in cultural memory institutions, CLIR has awarded nearly $4 million to institutions holding collections of high scholarly value.

Leading Change Institute

A week-long symposia to prepare and develop the next generation of leaders in libraries, information services, and higher education.

Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

Strengthening the connection among library collections, educational technologies, and current research by embedding recent PhD recipients in library environments.

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