|1994||University of California, Berkeley, Columbia University, Harvard University, University of Hawai‘i, at Mānoa, University of Southern California, and University of Washington first launched the Consortium.|
|1995||University of Chicago joined the Consortium|
|1996||University of California, Los Angeles join the Consortium|
|1997||University of Toronto joined the Consortium as the first institution in Canada.|
|1999||The Consortium concluded an initial five-year program successfully.|
|2000||The proposal to the Korea Foundation for the funding of the second five-year program (2000-2004) was approved.|
|2003||University of Michigan joined the Consortium.|
|2005||The Consortium concluded the second five-year program successfully.|
|2006||The proposal to the Korea Foundation for the funding ($30,000 per year) of the third five-year program (2006-2011) was approved.|
|2006||Two universities on the West Coast, Stanford University and the University of British Columbia, Canada, joined the Consortium.|
|2011||The Consortium concluded the third five-year program successfully.|
|2012||The proposal to the Korea Foundation for the funding ($20,000 per year) of the fourth five-year program (2012-2016) including two new memberships, Duke University and Princeton University was approved.|
|2016||The Consortium concluded the fourth five-year program successfully.|
|2017||The proposal to the Korea Foundation for the funding ($18,000 per year for collection development, $10,000 per year for research grant, and $8,218 for LibGuides and LibAnswers) of a three-year program (2017-2020) was approved. University of British Columbia withdrew its membership from the Consortium.|
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