CLIR

AcronymDefinition
CLIRCouncil on Library and Information Resources
CLIRcross-language information retrieval
CLIRCalling Line Identification Restriction (phone number blocking)
CLIRConnected Line Identification Restriction
CLIRCalling Line Identity Restriction
CLIRcross-lingual information retrieval
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Enhanced data monitoring features allow access made via various channels, such as voice, SMS or Internet, to be assigned to individual users even with CLIR activated.
van Gent discussed the problems of selling CLIR products.
Charles Henry, President of CLIR, said: "Our partnership with Qatar National Library marks a pivotal turn for the Digital Library of the Middle East.
The Idea of Order: Transforming Research Collections for 21st Century Scholarship," is posted online at the CLIR website; print copies will be available soon.
The issue of authenticity of digital objects and records has been addressed by several professional groups, from archivists and librarians to technologists and legal experts, though there remain a number of unresolved issues about how to verify through objective means whether or not a digital file is what it purports to be (Bearman and Trant, 1998; CLIR, 2000; InterPARES).
Daniel Greenstein, CLIR, 1755 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20036
Assesses whether the recommendations from the CLIR report2 have been delivered through the DiD2 projects and are likely to be met through DiD3 and its current cohort of projects;
CLIR works in partnership with libraries, archives, and other information providers to advocate collaborative approaches to preserving the nation's intellectual heritage and strengthening the many components of its information system.
The most comprehensive model is the work of Dan Hazen, Jeffrey Horrell, and Jan Merrill-Oldham, of Harvard University, published in the CLIR monograph, Selecting Research Collections for Digitization (1998), referred to throughout this article as the Harvard Model.
The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) has announced that it has published The Future of the Past: Preservation in American Research Libraries, a report by Abby Smith, director of programs at CLIR.
It begins with acknowledgements, listing of staff and distinguished fellows, a letter from the CLIR Chairman, and a message from the CLIR President.
Checks should be made payable to CLIR and mailed to CLIR Publication Orders, 1755 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20036-2 124.