Electronic Resources & Preservation Committees
June 16, 2001
Present: Cathy Zeljak (George Washington), Brad Schaffner
(Kansas), Mischa Buczkowski (Oregon), Jackie Byrd (Indiana), Joanna Dyla
(Stanford), Diana Greene (NYU), Michael Herrick (Harvard), Jared Ingersoll
(Columbia), Sandra Levy (Chicago), Terri Tickle Miller (Michigan State),
Robert Rohrbacher (UCLA), Karen Rondesvedt (Stanford), Grazyna Slanda
(Harvard), Andy Spencer (Indiana)
Guest Speaker: Thomas McKinlay Vanderlinden from Bridgeport
National Bindery, Inc. spoke on ways to preserve library materials while
maintaining, as much as possible, the look and "feel" of the original
Minutes: The minutes of the January 2001 meeting were approved.
Project updates: Andy Spencer reported on the progress of Indiana
University's Letopis' zhurnal'nykh statei project to digitize 20 years of
the letopis. Complications in proofreading the digitized texts have
resulted in slowdowns. It is possible that several years of the letopis
will be mounted on the WWW without proofreading.
Jackie Byrd reported that the online Slavic Librarians Directory is
current for US libraries. Updating of non-US libraries will begin this
Brad Schaffner announced that Slavic librarians were needed for the
AAU/ARL Global Resources Program. Information can be found at:
Cathy Zeljak gave an update on the SEES website.
Submitted by Jackie Byrd
Last updated 01/10/02