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The arXiv server, for example, costs about $826,000 a year to run, and is funded by the Cornell University Library in Ithaca, New York; the Simons Foundation in New York and institutional members.
Marcum has found in Karen Calhoun of Cornell University Library the driving intellectual force for the changes which are seen as desirable at LC.
New sources will include scholarly journals from Oxford University Press, MIT Press and Hindawi Publishing, as well as the arXiv database, hosted by the Cornell University Library.
The following examination of the intersection of conservation and digital imaging is drawn from guidelines proposed at the Cornell University Library.
Microsoft has collaborated with Cornell University Library (CUL) in a win- win relationship where Microsoft digitizes CUL's outstanding collections for its Live Book Search portal, while CUL is enabled to meet the increasing demand of its Library users for online access to high-quality full-text scholarly material.
Kenney is assistant university librarian at Cornell University Library.
World Wide Web Working Group, Cornell University Library.
I am sure that she would continue to be horrified, if she were alive, at the cataloging initiatives begun in her day at the Cornell University Library.