Ctr. for Research on Info Access





The Center for Research on Information Access (CRIA) is not currently an active component of Columbia University Information Services Division. (January 2004)

The Center was established in January 1995 with a four-fold mission:

  • Establish visibility for Columbia University as a leader in Digital Libraries, Digital Government, and other areas involving interdisciplinary projects for computing in distributed networked environments;
  • Establish and reinforce multidisciplinary links between the Libraries, Academic Computing, and Academic Departments;
  • Build and expand the funding base for projects in Digital Libraries, and application of distributed computational technologies;
  • Assist in identifying new research opportunities and finding appropriate players within Columbia University, the United States, and the international community.

The Project Director of CRIA was Dr. Judith L. Klavans


Last updated 10/11/04
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