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On Tuesday, May 30th, the BLC will hold its annual membership meeting, Networking Day, at Brandeis University. Staff at all BLC member libraries are invitied to attend and can register here . We are particularly...
As Boston city workers prepared to take away the many signs that were left behind by marchers in Saturday's Women's March, a Northeastern University Professor, Nathan Felde, and a group of colleagues rented a van...
The Boston Library Consortium is seeking nominations and applications for the inaugural “ BLC Leads ” leadership program. BLC Leads is a 6-month multi-faceted program that prepares library professionals who demonstrate leadership potential to take...
The newly formed Streaming Media COI is offering a program on Media Copyright in the Digital Age. The program will be an interactive forum on current media copyright issues facing library staff. Topics such as...
As part of a focus on workforce development, the BLC is seeking to hire a part-time Program Coordinator consultant. This is a new role within the BLC and is an outgrowth of a deliberate focus...
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The Digital Scholarship Group at Northeastern University Libraries has won two grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Women Writers Project received funding for a three-year, $290,000 project from the National Endowment for...
Boston, MA – October 14, 2016 – The academic and research libraries of the Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust (EAST) met today in Boston to celebrate the largest shared print monograph initiative to date. The institutional...
Following the keynote from Elliot Felix of brightspot strategy at the May 24th BLC Networking Day, librarians from 10 of the BLC member libraries gave Lightning Talks on projects and initiatives that are making a...
On May 24th over 150 librarians and other staff from across the BLC member libraries met at Brandeis University for the annual membership meeting: Networking Day. Elliot Felix, Founder of brightspot strategy, spoke on “...
A $725,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will help modernize the HistoryMakers' digital archive Sixteen years ago, oral historian Julieanna Richardson '76 began recording first-person interviews with African Americans from all walks of...

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