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Day in Review (September 12–15)

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Monday, September 12

Top o’ the Review

Next Steps for Building the Open Knowledge Network: Browse Use Cases and Register for September 15 Report Rollout Event
(NSF: US National Science Foundation)

President Biden Details Cancer Moonshot Progress, Announces Inaugural Director of ARPA-H, Signs Executive Order to Launch National Biotech & Biomanufacturing Initiative
(The White House)

The Rising Popularity of College Postgraduate Credential Programs in Canada
See also: Report of the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program, September 2022
(Statistics Canada)

University of Michigan Professor Paul Courant Receives Paul Evan Peters Award
(Coalition for Networked Information)

US Department of Education Awards Nearly $25 Million to Recruit, Prepare, Develop, Support a Strong, Diverse Educator Workforce for Our Nation’s Schools
(US Department of Education)

Welcome to the Open Education Leadership Program 2022–2023 Fellows!


ARL Member Libraries

Across Three Projects, Emory Libraries Amplifies Underrepresented Voices
(Emory University)

Civil Rights Digital Library Relaunches with New Look, 15 Years of Updated Content
(University of Georgia Libraries)

Colleges Should Reward Efforts to Make Research Open: A Letter from Chris Bourg and Rebecca Saxe
(MIT Libraries)

Digital Commons Now Part of Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries
(Vanderbilt University)

Latin American Digital Initiatives Team Visits Partners in Buenaventura, Colombia
(University of Texas Libraries)

Librarians to Launch Study on Florida’s Farmworker Populations
(University of Miami and University of Florida)

UBC Library Launches EDI Scholars-in-Residence Program at Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
(The University of British Columbia Library)

VCU Libraries Supports Independent, Queer, Peer-Reviewed, Open Access Publisher Punctum Books
(VCU Libraries)



Proposed DataCite Metadata Schema Changes: Your Feedback Needed!


Data & Analytics

US Chief Data Scientist Explains Government’s Push for Greater Use of Disaggregated Data


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Gender-Diverse Teams Produce More Trailblazing Research but Remain Underrepresented
(Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)


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Tuesday, September 13

Top o’ the Review

ACE, ARL, Other Groups Comment on Education Department Title IX Draft Rule
(ACE: American Council on Education)

Anti-racism Toolkit for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in Scholarly Publishing
(C4DISC: Coalition for Diversity and Inclusion in Scholarly Communications)

COVID-19: Transfer, Mobility, and Progress: First Two Years of the Pandemic Report
(National Student Clearinghouse Research Center)

National Survey of College Student COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake, Attitudes, Experiences, Intentions
(ACHA: American College Health Association)

Podcast: A Conversation with CNI’s Cliff Lynch
(CNI Interviews Podcast, EDUCAUSE Review)


ARL Member Libraries

Announcing the Reverend France A. Davis Papers and France Davis Utah Black Archive
(The University of Utah J. Willard Marriott Library)
Chronicling America Reaches 50 States
(Library of Congress)

Constitution Day: September 17, 2022
(Syracuse University Libraries)

FSU Researcher Earns NSF Grant to  Advance Open Science
(FSU: Florida State University)

ISTL: Celebrating 100 Issues of Science & Technology Librarianship
(University of Alberta Library)

John Hay Library Receives Grants to Digitize Materials of Dissenting US Politics
(Brown University Library)

YFile: A Project in Preservation: Archiving Digital Documents, Articles, Images
(York University Libraries)



Highlights and Updates from 9th Peer Review Congress: An Insider’s Perspective


Higher Ed—Other

Reflections on 2022 Correctional Education Association (CEA) Conference
(Ithaka S+R)


Advocacy & Public Policy

(IAPP: Privacy Advisor)


Scholars & Scholarship

Evaluating the (In)Accessibility of Data behind Papers in Astronomy

Factors Influencing Canadian HASS Researchers’ Open Access Publishing Practices
(Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS)


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Wednesday, September 14

Top o’ the Review

ASERL Publishes 2022 Annual Report
(ASERL: Association of Southeastern Research Libraries)

Call for Proposals: 2023 BitCurator Forum
(BitCurator Consortium)

First Meeting of Working Group on Open Science Monitoring Framework to Be Held Tomorrow, September 15
(UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization)

International Graduate Admissions Survey 2022 Report Now Available
(CGS: Council of Graduate Schools)

Task Force on a Digital FDLP: Draft Report Available for Public Comment
(FDLP: US Federal Depository Library Program)


ARL Member Libraries

Bill Bradley Senate Papers Are Now Open at PUL
(Princeton University Library)

LPC Welcomes a New Member: York University
(LPC: Library Publishing Coalition)

New Archival Collection Discovery Platform Coming Soon
(NLM: US National Library of Medicine)

The Interview: Boston Public Library President David Leonard
(Boston Magazine)

UBC Library Digitizes Rare Collection of World War II–Era Kamishibai Plays
(The University of British Columbia Library)

UCLA Library to Expand Global Preservation Work Thanks to Largest Grant in Its History


Advocacy & Public Policy

California’s Newsom Signs Bill Requiring Social Media Firms’ Transparency

CDT Urges US Department of Education to Protect LGBTQI+ Students from Discriminatory Data & Tech Use in Proposed Title IX Rules
(CDT: Center for Democracy and Technology)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Global Equity in Open Access Publishing: Workshop Series on Practical Mechanisms and Action Plans to Remove Barriers for Readers and Authors
(Open Access 2020, Max Planck Digital Library)


Scholars & Scholarship

Citation Data Are Now Open, but That’s Far from Enough

New Data Set Offers Unique Insights into Peer Review

Signed Citations: Making Persistent and Verifiable Citations of Digital Scientific Content
(MetaArXiv Preprints)


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Thursday, September 15

Top o’ the Review

A Fair Pricing Model for Open Access
(Research Professional News)

Community Reflections on Ithaka S+R’s Report about Digital Preservation and Curation Systems
(Ithaka S+R)

Does Peer Review Improve Statistical Content of Manuscripts? A Study on 27,467 Submissions to Four Journals
(Royal Society Open Science)

IMLS Opens Nominations for 2023 National Medal for Museum and Library Service:  Submissions for Nation’s Highest Honor Due by November 1, 2022
(IMLS: US Institute of Museum and Library Services)

Revised Principles of Transparency and Best Practice Released
(OASPA: Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association)


ARL Member Libraries

Brown Library Publishes Five New Volumes in “Race &…in America” Digital Book Series
(Brown University Library)

Immersive Experiences Open Up New Worlds of Teaching, Learning, and Research
(Penn State)

IPLC Launches LGBTQ+ Communities of Former Soviet Union & Eastern Europe Web Archive
(IPLC: Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation)

Library Descriptive Data Unleashed in SVDE: Making Data More Meaningful
(Smithsonian Libraries and Archives)

New Rule Expands Public Access to Federally Funded Research
(University of Michigan)

New UVA Library Exhibition Showcases Powerful, Century-Old Portraits of Black Virginians
(University of Virginia Library)

Scholars Attend “Rare Book School” at Tulane’s Latin American Library
(Tulane University)


Advocacy & Public Policy

IMLS to Convene Federal Information Literacy Task Force
(IMLS: US Institute of Museum and Library Services)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

AASCU Expands Initiative to Close Equity Gaps for Students
(AASCU: American Association of State Colleges and Universities)


Scholars & Scholarship

Availability and Completeness of Open Funder Metadata: Case Study for Publications Funded by Dutch Research Council
(Quantitative Science Studies)

New Study by UMass Amherst Economist Examines Misconceptions Doctoral Students Have of Scientific Publishing and Academic Labor Markets
(University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Perish and Publish: Dynamics of Biomedical Publications by Deceased Authors


Curated by Gary D. Price, MLIS
Co-Founder and Editor, Library Journal’s infoDOCKET
Information Industry Analyst