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Day in Review (January 23–26)

Last Updated on January 26, 2023, 3:24 pm ET

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Monday, January 23

Florida College System Censorship Can Not Stand
(AAUP: American Association of University Professors)

Number and Salaries of Full-Time Teaching Staff at Canadian Universities, 2021/2022
(Statistics Canada)

Software Preservation Network 2023 Coordinating Committee Nominations
(SPN: Software Preservation Network)

Stacey Patton Named CLIR Communications Manager
(CLIR: Council on Library and Information Resources)

University Leaders from 14 Countries Release Recommendations for Improving Mentorship in Graduate Education
(CGS: Council of Graduate Schools)

What’s a College Degree Worth? States Start to Demand Colleges Share the Data
(Washington Post)


ARL Member Libraries

Evaluating Data through a Critical and Ethical Lens
(FSU Libraries)

Every Book a Mirror: Book Artists Engage with the 21st Century
(UNC University Libraries)

Message from the Vice Provost
(University of Texas Libraries)



Print Archive Network (PAN) Forum Update—January 2023
(Partnership for Shared Book Collections)

Top 10 Books of 2022

2022 Charleston Conference Plenary Videos Now Openly Available
(Charleston Hub)


Higher Ed—Members

Howard and Georgetown Universities to Launch Joint Medical Humanities Center Funded by Mellon Foundation Grant
(Howard University)


Higher Ed—Other

College Enrollment Gaps: How Academic Preparation Influences Opportunity
(Brookings Institution)


Advocacy & Public Policy

Federal Records Chief Says “Culture of Paper” Persists at Agencies
(Federal News Network)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Experiential Diversity Training and Science Learning for College Students alongside Peers with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Imposter Syndrome in Academic Libraries: Indigenous Women Edition
(Urban Library Journal)


Scholars & Scholarship

ChatGPT Listed as Author on Research Papers: Many Scientists Disapprove

Is ChatGPT an Eloquent Robot or a Misinformation Machine?
(Bloomberg via Washington Post)

Supporting Open Access Publishing for Books: Myth-Busting Webinars Event Summary


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Tuesday, January 24

Top o’ the Review

American Library Association Announces New Transformational Grant from Mellon Foundation
(ALA: American Library Association)

Canadian Policy: Data Management Requirement Takes Effect in March

Digital Strategies in UK Higher Education: Making Digital Mainstream

GPO Digitizes Historic Congressional Directories from the 1800s
(Government Publishing Office)

Mellon Foundation Grants More Than $12 Million to Recipients of Inaugural Higher Learning Open Call for Civic Engagement and Social Justice–Related Research and Projects
(The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation)

ORCID Welcomes Ukraine to Global Consortia

Vinopal to Join HathiTrust as Associate Director


ARL Member Libraries

Hesburgh Libraries Analog Preservation and Conservation
(University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries)

Libraries Lay Strong Foundation for Innovative reACT House
(University of Maryland Libraries)

The Horrors of Good Intentions: Told through the Story of a Dark Repository
(University of Michigan Library)

Weldon Library Celebrates Revitalized Look with Grand Reopening
(Western University)

Woodstock Archivists Discover Rare Photo of Formerly Enslaved Woman Post-Emancipation
(Georgetown University Library)



Applications Open for Position of IFLA Secretary General
(IFLA: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) 2022 Year in Review
(DLF: Digital Library Federation)


Higher Ed—Members

Howard University Will Be Lead Institution for New Research Center
(US Department of Defense)


Higher Ed—Other

Pell Grants May Not Meet Incarcerated Students’ Financial Need, Research Shows
(NASFAA: National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

National Student Clearinghouse Launches DEI Data Lab
(National Student Clearinghouse)


Scholars & Scholarship

Case Study: ROR in FAIRsharing
(ROR: Research Organization Registry)

RDA 20th Plenary Meeting Final Program & Pathways Available
(RDA: Research Data Alliance)

Reconceptualizing Open Access to Theses and Dissertations


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Wednesday, January 25

Top o’ the Review

A Call for Radical Hope: IFLA Trend Report Update 2022
(IFLA: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

Data Management Plans: Implications for Automated Analyses
(Data Science Journal)

National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource Task Force Releases Final Report
(OSTP: Office of Science and Technology Policy, The White House)

Reminder: NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing Effective on January 25, 2023
(NIH: US National Institutes of Health)

Tools Such as ChatGPT Threaten Transparent Science: Here Are Our Ground Rules for Their Use


ARL Member Libraries

ASU Library’s Labriola Center Receives $1M from Mellon Foundation for “Firekeepers” Initiative
(ASU: Arizona State University)

Digitizing Vintage Media—a Tale of Three Films
(University of Alberta Library)

IUScholarWorks Welcomes the Indiana University Journal of Black Student Experience
(Indiana University Bloomington Libraries)

Preserving the Smothers Brothers’ Comedic and Musical Legacy
(UC Santa Barbara Library)

UW Libraries Joins Dryad
(University of Washington Libraries)

VU Student Publishes Podcast on the Vanderbilt Television News Archive
(Vanderbilt University Jean & Alexander Heard Libraries)



CRKN Announces Transformative Agreement with Wiley
(CRKN: Canadian Research Knowledge Network)

GPO’s GitHub Collection of Catalog of US Government Publications (CGP) Records: January 6 House Committee
(FDLP: Federal Depository Library Program, US Government Printing Office)

The Effect of Student Engagement Strategies in Online Instruction for Data Management Skills
(Education and Information Technologies)


Higher Ed

Approaches to Training in the Public Humanities: Replicable Models for Building Public Humanities Training Programs
(NHA: National Humanities Alliance)

The Evolving Landscape of Students’ Mobile Learning Practices in Higher Education


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Biden-⁠Harris Administration Releases First-Ever Federal Evidence Agenda on LGBTQI+ Equity
(OSTP: Office of Science and Technology Policy, The White House)


Scholars & Scholarship

New Supporting Member: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
(Open Knowledge Maps)

The Semantic Scholar Open Data Platform

US National Science Foundation and US Department of Energy Announce Expanded Collaboration
(US National Science Foundation)


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Thursday, January 26

Top o’ the Review

Coalition Publica Call for Projects 2023: Textual Data in Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH)
(PKP: Public Knowledge Project, Simon Fraser University)

cOAlition S Confirms the End of Its Financial Support for Open Access Publishing under Transformative Arrangements after 2024
(cOAlition S)

RAISE Project: A Game Changer for Open Science (OS)

Teaching with Streaming Video: Understanding Instructional Practices, Challenges, and Support Needs
(Ithaka S+R)

2023 Library Publishing Directory: Call for Entries
(LPC: Library Publishing Coalition)

Upcoming Event (Thursday, February 2): CC Open Education Platform Lightning Talks
(CC: Creative Commons)

ARL Member Libraries

Beinecke Library Adds Earliest Known Printed Text to Permanent Exhibit
(Yale Library)

Renowned Activist & Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg Awarded Honorary Degree; Libraries House Daniel Ellsberg Papers
(University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries)

University Libraries Dean Tyler Walters Appointed Board Chair of Academic Preservation Trust
(Virginia Tech)

University of Maryland (UMD) Works with HELIOS on Open Scholarship Initiatives, with UMD Libraries in the Lead
(University of Maryland Libraries)

Upcoming Webinar (Thursday, February 9): Finding Your People: Exploring the Past, Present, and Future of Documenting Black Families in Special Collections and Archives
(UNC University Libraries)


Higher Ed—Members

As Book Bans Increase across the Country, a BU Scholar Is Fighting Back
(BU: Boston University)

NYU Professors Tell Their Students: Do Not Use ChatGPT


Higher Ed—Other

Proven Strategies Help Some College Students, but Not All. We Have to Fix That.
(Lumina Foundation)


Data & Analytics

New Online Tool Provides Health Snapshot of All 435 US Congressional Districts
(NYU Langone Health)


Scholars & Scholarship

Community Consensus on Core Open-Science Practices to Monitor in Biomedicine

DORA at 10: Looking Back at the History and Forward to the Future of Research Assessment
(DORA: Declaration on Research Assessment)

PALOMERA Project Kickoff
(LIBER: Association of European Research Libraries)

Ready, Set, Share


In Other News

Technology Predictions for 2023 Released: IEEE Computer Society Experts Gauge the Future of Tech
(IEEE Computer Society)


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