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February 25, 2020

Eastern Academic Scholars Trust. Continued growth of Shared Print: USMAI Libraries join the Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust. The Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust (EAST) is pleased to announce that twelve libraries within the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI) Library Consortium are joining the EAST shared print program. These libraries will join the Loyola - Notre Dame Library, a fellow USMAI member, which has been an EAST member since early 2017. [Full Announcement].

October 7, 2019

Eastern Academic Scholars Trust. Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust (EAST) welcomes Florida libraries, increasing membership to 65 academic and research institutions. The Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust (EAST) is pleased to announce that six of the Florida State University System libraries, plus their shared repository collection, are joining the EAST shared print program. The libraries will join Florida State University, which has been an EAST member since 2016. [Full Announcement].

September 26, 2015

Eastern Academic Scholars Trust. Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust announces key appointments. The Eastern Academic Scholars Trust, a major new shared print initiative among 47 libraries across New England, New York and Pennsylvania with important grant support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Davis Educational Foundation, is pleased to announce the addition of two key staff to the project as well as the election of the EAST Executive Committee. [Full Announcement].

June 30, 2015

Eastern Academic Scholars Trust. Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust [EAST] launches: Large Shared Print initiative across libraries in the Northeast focuses on ensuring access to Ssholarly materials. The Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust, a major new shared print initiative, launches on July 1st with important grant support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Davis Educational Foundation. The 47 member libraries of EAST, across New England, New York and Pennsylvania, will collaborate to retain agreed upon titles in their local circulating collections as well as make them available to lend to other EAST members, thereby ensuring continued access to the scholarly record of print monographs and journals. [Full Announcement].