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Day in Review (April 18–21)

Last Updated on April 21, 2022, 5:41 pm ET

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Monday, April 18

Top o’ the Review

Call for Nominations: Paul Evan Peters Award
(Coalition for Networked Information)

Challenging the Glass Ceiling: Collaboration as the Key to Increasing the Number of Librarians of Color in Academic Libraries
(Collaborative Librarianship)

HELIOS Launches with Focus on Collective Action
(Higher Education Leadership Initiative for Open Scholarship)

Library of Congress Changes Reference to 1919 Arkansas Racial Violence to “Elaine Massacre”
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

Moving to Mobile: Space as a Service in the Academic Library
(EDUCAUSE Review)

 

ARL Member Libraries

MIT Press Director Talks Innovation in Academic Publishing
(BostInno)

MU Libraries Receives NEH Grant to Renovate Ellis Library West Stacks for Special Collections and Archives
(University of Missouri Libraries)

Ohio University Libraries’ Mahn Center Receives National Endowment for the Humanities Grant
(Ohio University)

Penn Libraries Joins Elsevier Open Access Pilot
(Penn Libraries)

UCLA Library Collections Reveal Legacy of California’s First Black Librarian
(UCLA)

You Passed! Now Pass It On. Donate Your Textbooks to the Library
(Duke University Libraries)

 

Libraries—Other

Open Education Network Launches Manifold Pilot
(Open Education Network)

 

Higher Ed—Members

At the Heart of the UArizona Campus, a New District Is Dedicated to Student Success
(The University of Arizona)

Dr. William F. Tate IV Is the First African American to Lead LSU
(Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)

NSF Announces Investment in Multi-Sector Partnership to Accelerate Research in Next Generation Networking and Computing Systems
(US National Science Foundation)

Study Finds College Becomes Cheaper for Some Students, Despite Rising Tuition at Public Universities
(Tulane University)

World Campus Bachelor’s Program Implements Cost-Free Materials in Core Courses
(Penn State University)

 

Higher Ed—Other

AAU to Establish Learning Community on Effective Teaching Evaluation
(Association of American Universities)

 

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

http://infoDOCKET.com
@infodocket


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Tuesday, April 19

Top o’ the Review

2022 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report: Teaching and Learning Edition
(EDUCAUSE)

ALA Announces 2022 L. Ray Patterson Award Winner James G. Neal
(American Library Association)

Career Pathways in Research: The Current Data Landscape
(Research on Research Institute)

Impact of Transformative Agreements on the Value of the Big Deal, Part 1: Methodology
(Delta Think)

Open Copyright Education Advisory Network Announces Series of Virtual Discussion Sessions
(Open Copyright Education Advisory Network)

Video Recording: CNI Spring 2022 Meeting Closing Plenary: Lorcan Dempsey
(Coalition for Networked Information)

 

ARL Member Libraries

Digitization Program: A Closer Look
(University of Alberta Library)

Gray, Oates, Ohler Named New AULs at UMN Libraries
(University of Minnesota Libraries)

Library Community Collective: Advocating for Social Justice through Community Conversations
(Collaborative Librarianship)

The Modern Library and the University
(University of Wisconsin–Madison Libraries)

University Libraries’ Anne Conway Reaches a Copyright Milestone
(UNC University Libraries)

 

Libraries—Other

Court Rules That Data Scraping Is Legal in LinkedIn Appeal
(ZDNet)

 

Higher Ed—Other

Department of Education Announces Actions to Fix Longstanding Failures in the Student Loan Programs
(US Department of Education)

Momentum Builds Behind a Way to Lower the Cost of College: A Degree in Three Years
(The Hechinger Report)

 

Advocacy & Public Policy

Science in Exile: Supporting Displaced, Refugee, and At-Risk Scientists
(International Science Council)

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Google’s AI-Powered “Inclusive Warnings” Feature Is Very Broken
(Vice)

 

Scholars & Scholarship

Cumulative Advantage and Citation Performance of Repeat Authors in Scholarly Journals
(PLOS ONE)

Library Perspective: Balancing Investments and Sustainability in Open Access
(COPIM: Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs)

 

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

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@infodocket


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Wednesday, April 20

Top o’ the Review

FAIRware: Towards FAIR Community Metadata Practices
(Wellcome Data)

New Study Explores How Open Educational Resources Transform Teaching & Learning
(Achieving the Dream)

Preliminary Investigation: Defining Open Scholarly Infrastructure
(Invest in Open Infrastructure)

Register for “Public Communication and Engagement in Science: Lessons Learned from COVID-19,” April 22 Webinar
(OECD Global Science Forum)

The Future of Research Revealed
(Elsevier)

 

ARL Member Libraries

A 19th-Century Encyclopedia Gets a Modern Makeover
(Smithsonian Libraries and Archives)

Amplifying Anti-racism Resources through Intra-university Collaboration at The Ohio State University
(Collaborative Librarianship)

Episode 517: Scholarly Syndication
(Lost in the Stacks Podcast, Georgia Tech Library)

Hiding in Plain Sight: Fore-edge Painting in Rare Books and Special Collections
(McGill University Library)

News from RBML’s Archivists and Collections Managers
(Columbia University Libraries)

UMass Amherst Libraries Present New Open Textbook: Radical Social Theory: An Appraisal, a Critique, and an Overcoming
(University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries)

 

Libraries—Other

Announcing the Winners of the 2022 Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Library Publishing
(Library Publishing Coalition)

 

Higher Ed

A Surge in Tech Companies Target Student Mental Health Support
(Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)

 

Advocacy & Public Policy

How Smart is the SMART Copyright Act?
(Diff Blog, Wikimedia Foundation)

 

Scholars & Scholarship

GigaScience and GigaByte Groups Join Sciety
(Sciety)

Patching Science—Amending the Literature through Version Control
(bioRxiv)

 

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

http://infoDOCKET.com
@infodocket


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Thursday, April 21

Top o’ the Review

A Milestone for the Open Access Book: 50,000 Open Access Books in DOAB and Counting
(Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association)

APLU Names Mark Becker as Its Next President
(Association of Public and Land-grant Universities)

Collaboration: ORCID and OA Switchboard Work to “Connect the Dots” of PIDs in the Open Access Journey
(ORCID)

NLM Introduces New Tool in Support of Ongoing Pandemic Response
(US National Library of Medicine)

SCOAP3 Extended by Two Years
(Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics)

Upcoming In-Person and Online Special Event (April 25): Brewster Kahle and Tony Marx: The Internet Archive at 25
(New York Public Library)

 

ARL Member Libraries

Digitization Project to Preserve Senate Recordings from the 1950s and ’60s
(The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Libraries)

Irwin Nash Migrant Labor Digital Collection Wins National Library Award
(Washington State University Libraries)

Library Collections Enhancement Initiative
(University of Wisconsin–Madison Libraries)

New Journal Publishing Platform
(Washington University in St. Louis University Libraries)

PeerJ Welcomes Western University to Our Three-Year Publishing Memberships Program
(PeerJ)

[Re]Framing Graphic Medicine: Comics and the History of Medicine
(The University of Chicago Library)

Where Are the Books? A Look Inside High Density Collections
(Arizona State University Library)

 

Libraries—Other

Saving the Web for Posterity
(Online Searcher)

 

Higher Ed

I Grew Up Believing I Was Dumb. A College Education behind Bars Healed That Wound
(The Marshall Project)

Most Americans Who Are Familiar with Title IX Say It’s Had a Positive Impact on Gender Equality
(Pew Research Center)

Self-Sovereign Identity User Scenarios in the Educational Domain
(EDUCAUSE Review)

 

In Other News

A Scholarly Network of AI Research with an Information Science Focus: Global North and Global South Perspectives
(PLOS ONE)

Production and Trade of Knowledge- and Technology-Intensive Industries
(US National Science Foundation)

 

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

http://infoDOCKET.com
@infodocket

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