Category Archives: National Leadership Grants

Grants to University of Michigan Help Answer Questions of Copyright

By Richard C. Adler, Special Projects Librarian University of Michigan Library The Copyright Office at the University of Michigan Library is bringing to a close the first phase of its new project, the Copyright Review Management System-World. CRMS-World is the second … Continue reading

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National Leadership Grant Video: San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ Center for Creative Energy

By Kevin O’Connell, IMLS Writer-Editor In this video interview, Curator of Education Megan DiRienzo describes the Center for Creative Energy, a partnership among the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, the Upper Colorado River Authority, and the local school district. It’s a … Continue reading

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How bad is it? Researchers Identify Common Digitization Blunders

By Paul Conway, PhD, Associate Professor School of Information at the University of Michigan Made possible with funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Institute of Museum and Library Services, HathiTrust is the test bed for research into … Continue reading

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Databib is Tackling Tough Data Sharing Problems

By  Michael Witt Principal Investigator and Editor-in-Chief of Databib A new resource called Databib has been created to help people identify and locate online repositories of research data. With support from IMLS, the Purdue and Penn State University Libraries collaborated to develop … Continue reading

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