The Center for Research Libraries’ FOCUS on Global Resources newsletter, Winter 2012-13 issue (“International Studies and Research Libraries”) is now available online.
The Winter 2012-13 issue of the "FOCUS on Global Resources" newsletter reports on the global dimensions of scholarship and international and area studies collections in 21st century libraries.
In This Issue
Comments from CRL President Bernard Reilly
Global Dimensions of Scholarship and Research Libraries: A Forum on the Future
James T. Simon, CRL Director of International Resources, reports on a recent conference at Duke University that explored the connections between global scholarship and the collective ability of research libraries to support it.
International and Area Studies Collections in 21st Century Libraries: Conference Report
At a recent conference at Yale University, academic library leaders responsible for international and area studies collections and staff gathered to discuss common challenges and identify strategic areas for joint action, as Yale’s Ellen H. Hammond, Director, International Collections & Research Support, describes.
To view or download current and past issues of FOCUS, visit: http://www.crl.edu/focus
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