March 2001 - Vol. 60, No. 3
Hannah Arendt Papers Online
The Hannah Arendt papers, located in the Library's Manuscript Division, are one of the principal sources for the study of modern intellectual life. Selections have been made available online.
LC AND OCLC
The Library of Congress and the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) will develop a prototype for a new reference service based on the Library's Collaborative Digital Reference Service pilot.
TELLING MORE TALES
New stories have been added to the Library's award-winning "America's Library" Web site for children and families.
NEW FROM THE NATIONAL LIBRARY SERVICE
The NLS will welcome visitors from Russia and Eastern Europe as part of the Network Library Program of the Open Society Institute.
ORGANIZING FOR ACTION
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson offered the keynote address for the Library's African American History Month program
MINORITIES IN MUSLIM CULTURES
The Library sponsored the final event in a five-part series of international symposia on globalization in Muslim societies.
The Library and the Architect of the Capitol are working to correct possible fire hazards found in the Library's three Capitol Hill buildings.