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Cataloging Projects of Note:

Cambridge University Library
In October 2009, Cambridge University Library launched a cataloging project which will make records for its collection of 4,650 incunables available and searchable online for the first time. The incunabula collection is internationally renowned and includes 134 unique items. The project has been funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for five years.

Council on Library and Information Resources - Hidden Collections Program
The Council on Library and Information Resources administers this national effort with the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Since the program began in 2008, sixty-five grants totalling nearly $16M have been made to a variety of institutions nationwide.

MIT Institute Archives & Special Collections
The MIT Libraries rare and special books cataloging project continues and as of May 2008, 3,000 volumes have been cataloged and are accessible through Barton, the MIT Libraries catalog. The first four in a series of exhibits are available on their website.

Yale University
The Yale University Rare Book Team publishes annual ‘action plans’ online for their rare book cataloging staff. Here is the plan for 2011/2012, which includes cataloging 12,000 monographs and 9,000 serials.