Key Member Documents:
- Benefits of Membership
- Making Content Available
- Member Guide
- Responsibilities of CRRA Official Representatives and Member Liaisons
The CRRA provides enduring global access to Catholic research resources in the Americas, beginning with access to the rare, unique and uncommon research materials.
There are twelve areas that CRRA has identified as particular themes and interests of importance.
The Collection Policy Statement has more information on the content of CRRA.
The CRRA will foster a dynamic scholarly community by:
Want to add your collection to the Portal? First, become a member! Second, follow these steps below:
Still have a question? You can check out the entire guide or contact Eric Lease Morgan at email@example.com, 574-631-8604 or Pat Lawton at firstname.lastname@example.org, 574-631-1324.
Membership is open to all institutions whose interest is in advancing scholarship and ensuring easy and persistent access to critical resources. The benefits of membership are supporting faculty and students in their teaching, learning, and research, making your resources visible through an international database, and becoming a leader in making Catholic resources accessible to scholars worldwide. The CRRA achieves its mission and goals through the direction and participation of its members. Become one today!