OCLC’s REALM Project Director, Sharon Streams on “COVID-19 Research and REALM”
From an OCLC/Hanging Together Blog Post:
The REopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums (REALM) project has been in full motion since spring 2020. As the project charts the path forward into the new year and next phase of research, we are taking a moment to look back on the road we’ve traveled thus far. As REALM project director for OCLC, I’ve benefited from the guidance of the thoughtful, responsive, compassionate people who comprise the multi-organization project team, working groups, and executive project steering committee. The activities and results I describe in this article would not have been possible without their commitment to resilient archives, libraries, and museums; and to the safety of their staff and community members.
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