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Join us for an update on "Building a National Finding Aid Network" (NAFAN), a 2.5-year IMLS-funded research and demonstration project (2020-2023). NAFAN is rooted in the goal of providing inclusive, comprehensive, and persistent access to finding aids by laying the foundation for a national network available to a broad and diverse set of contributors and researchers. This information session will provide an early review of some of the key project deliverables, including:
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This Zoom webinar will be recorded and made available via the NAFAN project website.
The NAFAN project is coordinated by the California Digital Library (CDL), in collaboration with Chain Bridge Group, OCLC, Shift Collective, and the University of Virginia Library (UVA), and in close partnership with statewide/regional finding aid aggregators and LYRASIS (ArchivesSpace technical consultation). NAFAN is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, through grant LG-246349-OLS-20. The IMLS is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s libraries and museums. To learn more, visit www.imls.gov.