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Missed Connections

equality and respect. Christa Williford

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Leading and Learning: What a Decade of CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowships Has Taught Us

It is now over a decade since the first cohort of 11 CLIR postdoctoral fellows began their appointments at academic libraries across the United States. This seems remarkable to those of us who were lucky enough to be around for those early days, but what may be even more remarkable is how much...

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So what do we mean by "hidden"?

In January, CLIR issued the first request for proposals for Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives: Enabling New Scholarship through Increasing Access to Unique Materials . This milestone marks the fruition of a long development process that involved reading and consulting the...

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Making the Rules: Where to Start?

As we have reported previously in Re:Thinking , CLIR is now in the final stages of developing a proposed new digitization competition, the product of more than a year’s worth of consultation with The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, other funders, and experienced practitioners...

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Addressing tensions between rights and access in CLIR’s proposed digitization program

As two previous posts here have noted, we at CLIR have spent much time this year considering the feasibility of building a national digitization program on the model of Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives . There seems to be strong interest among our sponsors and...

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Digital Technologies Development Librarian, Montana State University (MSU) Library

Overview The Digital Technologies Development Librarian has primary responsibility for the development and maintenance of the software that supports the library's data services and digital scholarship programs including data management, scholarly publishing, and data visualization. Located in...

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Digitizing Hidden Collections: What You've Told Us

Back in April , we announced that we were discontinuing Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives in its current form and that we were working to replace it with a program that could accommodate funding the digitization of rare and unique collections. The succeeding months have...

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Digital Humanities Specialist, Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University

The Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, with pending grant funding from the A.W. Mellon Foundation in the Digital Humanities, is seeking applicants for a Research Staff position in the digital humanities. In particular, we are looking for applicants...