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What next?
What is happening with CLIP now?
Over the last few years, we have concentrated on making information on maritime records widely available, especially through this web site. We have: Most of this data is available on the finding aids on this site.
 
CLIP transcription and projects

We have now completed CLIP transcription projects and have no plans at present to start any more.

The CLIP transcription system is still in use at Portsmouth City Archives and Glamorgan Archives with local volunteers entering data directly from the documents.

We are providing the transcription facilities for the next joint TNA/NMM project which is the transcription of all the Royal Navy ratings records for World War I. If you would be interested in taking part in this project, please contact us and we will be glad to put you in touch with the staff at TNA who are recruiting, training and supporting the transcribers. Do please get in touch.

What next for CLIP?
We welcome comments and suggestions about how we can build on CLIP’s success. The general aim remains to make as much data as possible readily available, preferably over the internet.
 
The sort of projects we like to be involved in are: Some ideas we’ve discussed are: We would particularly welcome any comments from CLIP volunteers, archivists, and anyone involved in maritime history. Do please give us your thoughts.
 
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