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Membership Meeting 2014 (Spring): ARL Strategic Thinking and Design

Presented at the 164th ARL Membership Meeting, May 2014, in Columbus, Ohio, by Ann Pendleton-Jullian, Wendy Pradt Lougee, Susan Gibbons, John Wilkin, and James Hilton

pdfmm14sp-strategic-thinking-and-design.pdf 

 
                     

Fall Forum 2008: E-Science: Trends, Transformations & Responses

Presentation at the 2008 ARL/CNI Fall Forum, "Reinventing Science Librarianship: Models for the Future."

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Fall Forum 2008: Supporting Virtual Organizations

Presentation at the 2008 ARL/CNI Fall Forum, "Reinventing Science Librarianship: Models for the Future."

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Fall Forum 2008: Summary Reactor Panel

Presentation at the 2008 ARL/CNI Fall Forum, "Reinventing Science Librarianship: Models for the Future."

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Fall Forum 2008: E-Science: Trends, Transformations & Responses

Presentation at the 2008 ARL/CNI Fall Forum, "Reinventing Science Librarianship: Models for the Future."

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Agenda for Developing E-Science in Research Libraries

The ARL Steering Committees for Scholarly Communication and for Research, Teaching, and Learning jointly appointed a task force in 2006 to address the emergent domain of e-science. The Joint Task Force on Library Support for E-Science focused its attention on the implications of trends in e-science for research libraries, exploring the dimensions that impact collections, services, research infrastructure, and professional development. Priorities of government funding agencies further shaped the task force's work. This is the final report of the task force.

pdf escience-report-final-2007.pdf

 
 

Agenda for Developing E-Science in Research Libraries: Final Report and Recommendations to the Scholarly Communication Steering Committee, thePublic Policies Affecting Research Libraries Steering Committee, andthe Research, Teaching, and Learning Steering

E-science has the potential to be transformational within research libraries by impacting theiroperations, functions, and possibly even their mission. Recognizing this potential, the ARL Steering Committees for Scholarly Communication and for Research, Teaching, and Learning jointly appointed a task force in 2006 to address the emergent domain of e-science. The Joint Task Force on Library Support for E-Science focused its attention on the implications of trends ine-science for research libraries, exploring the dimensions that impact collections, services,research infrastructure, and professional development.

pdf arl-escience-agenda-nov07.pdf

 
 

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Infrastructure Breakout Session

Slides from the breakout seesion on infrastructure for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-infrastructure.pdf

 
 
 
 

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