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Scholars & Scholarship - Page: 2

Our priority is to align library strategy, staffing, and spending to advance the principles and practices of open scholarship. Through collective action with partners in research and learning communities, we increase the amount of high-quality scholarship that is openly available, support our members to promote “open science by design” within their own institutions, and provide leadership on high-impact collective collections initiatives.

Research libraries partner in the creation of new research and scholarship while they also manage vast collections in print, special collections, media, and other formats. A new openness in scholarly and research environments is transforming how knowledge is created, shared, and sustained. We contribute to this transformation by deeply engaging with scholarly communities and acting collectively to reduce friction between users and the information they seek and create.

Contact Cynthia Hudson Vitale (cvitale@arl.org) or Judy Ruttenberg (judy@arl.org) to find out how you can get involved.

  • P+L: Presses and Library Publishing

    P+L is a community of university presses and research libraries with whom they have a reporting relationship. Meeting since 2016, this group of press directors and university librarians focus on...

  • Research Data

    The proliferation, management, and preservation of research data is one of the most pressing challenges facing research libraries. ARL works with members, funders, and partners to advance FAIR (findable, accessible,...

  • Research Data Management and Sharing Policies

    Academic research libraries are key partners on campuses providing research data services and infrastructure for faculty, students and staff. Since 2003—when the first policy was published—ARL has been actively engaged...

  • Text and Data Mining Exemption to Digital Millennium Copyright Act Would Advance Knowledge of Diverse Works

    Text and Data Mining Exemption to Digital Millennium Copyright Act Would Advance Knowledge of Diverse Works

    This week, the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), as a member of the Library Copyright Alliance, joined the Authors Alliance and the American Association of University Professors in submitting a...

  • TOME Brings Scholars’ Books to Wider Audience

    TOME Brings Scholars’ Books to Wider Audience

    What good is a book if people can't read it? Calvin L. Warren, assistant professor at Emory University, studies “concerns of black existence, such as justice, anti-black violence, and black...

  • TOME: Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem

    TOME (Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem) advances the wide dissemination of scholarship by humanities and humanistic social sciences faculty members through open access editions of peer-reviewed and professionally edited monographs. Scholars face...