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Short Take: Library of Congress gets AT&T grant

AT&T announced a $3.5 million grant to the Library of Congress. The grant will support the National Digital Library, an initiative spearheaded by the library to digitize collections relating to American history and make them accessible online. The AT&T grant caps off the library's $60 million campaign, allowing it to reach the goal of digitizing 5 million items from their distinguished collections and developing related education support materials.

AT&T announced a $3.5 million grant to the Library of Congress. The grant will support the National Digital Library, an initiative spearheaded by the library to digitize collections relating to American history and make them accessible online. The AT&T grant caps off the library's $60 million campaign, allowing it to reach the goal of digitizing 5 million items from their distinguished collections and developing related education support materials.