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Day in Review (January 10–13)

Last Updated on January 13, 2022, 4:52 pm ET

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Monday, January 10

Top o’ the Review

Announcing the Catalog of Open Infrastructure Services (COIs)
(Invest in Open Infrastructure)

ArXiv.org Reaches a Milestone and a Reckoning
(Scientific American)

For Better Science, Increase Indigenous Participation in Publishing
(Nature)

Higher Education R&D Increase of 3.3% in FY 2020 Is the Lowest Since FY 2015
(US National Science Foundation)

Libraries as Cultural Rights Defenders: Looking Ahead to Culture, Heritage, and Development in 2022
(International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

 

ARL Member Libraries

DIY/DEI: Antiracism
(NC State University Libraries)

NU Declassified: Shelving the Rumors on Campus Librarians
(Daily Northwestern)

UChicago Library Experts Shape Development of New Open-Source Library Management System
(The University of Chicago Library)

University Libraries Renews Access to ScienceDirect for Research Benefit
(Penn State University Libraries)

 

Libraries—Other

A Seat at the Table: Librarians Should Be Included in Plans for Students’ Basic Needs (opinion)
(Inside Higher Ed)

Three in Ten Americans Now Read E-books
(Pew Research Center)
See also: Americans Reading Fewer Books Than in Past (Gallup)

 

Higher Ed—Members

Concentrated Learning: New Student Success District Focuses on Academic and Holistic Support
(University of Arizona Alumni Magazine)

 

Higher Ed—Other

Cyber Command Partners with US Universities to Prepare Graduates for Military Cyber Roles
(The Record by Recorded Future)

Ensuring Affordability: AASCU Institutions’ Practices & Policies
(American Association of State Colleges and Universities)

 

Scholars & Scholarship

Competitive Exposure and Existential Recognition: Visibility and Legitimacy on Academic Social Networking Sites
(Research Evaluation)

 

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

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Tuesday, January 11

Top o’ the Review

Curated Futures Project Imagines Possibility of a “Third Library”
(Council on Library and Information Resources)

IFLA Releases Statement on Open Library Data
(International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

NEH Announces $24.7 Million for 208 Humanities Projects Nationwide
(US National Endowment for the Humanities)
See also: AUPresses Receives NEH Grant to Study Impact of Open Access on Print Sales and UO Libraries’ Open-ONI Project Receives NEH Grant

Sharing Ownership of a National Research Agenda for the Arts
(US National Endowment for the Arts)

White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Releases Scientific Integrity Task Force Report
(US Office of Science and Technology Policy)

 

ARL Member Libraries

Correcting the Record
(University of Michigan Library)

Eyes on the Future: Optometry Library to Be Reconfigured to Address Campus and Research Needs
(UC Berkeley Library)

Iowa State University Joins UC Berkeley and University of Ottawa in PeerJ Membership Program to Provide Open Access Publishing from as Little as $80
(Iowa State University Library)

Upcoming Event (January 25): The Future of Storytelling: Technology and Knowledge Creation in The New York Times Newsroom
(Center for Research Libraries)

 

Libraries—Other

IIIF Community’s Accomplishments in 2021
(International Image Interoperability Framework)

Student Learning Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education and in Academic Libraries: A Review of the Literature (abstract only)
(Journal of Academic Librarianship)

 

Higher Ed—Members

Unfolding History: VCU Students Contribute to Massive Holocaust Research Project
(Virginia Commonwealth University)

 

Higher Ed—Other

New Study Reveals Women Lag Men in Pay Beginning at the Outset of Their Careers
(National Association of Colleges and Employers )

 

Advocacy & Public Policy

NTIA Wants Input on How to Spend $48B of New Broadband Funding
(MeriTalk State & Local)

OSTP Releases Guidance for NSPM-33, Long Awaited Research Security Roadmap
(Consortium of Social Science Associations)

 

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Wednesday, January 12

Top o’ the Review

Preprints: Their Evolving Role in Science Communication
(Ithaka S+R)

Research Evaluation Needs to Change with the Times
(Nature)

The Movement to Open Access Scholarly Publishing, Part 1: A Conversation with OASPA’s Claire Redhead
(Charleston Hub)

UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science: A Response from cOAlition S
(cOAlition S)

Video: BTAA BIG Collection Convening: Equity & Inclusion: The Light and Air of the Knowledge Commons
(Big Ten Academic Alliance)

 

ARL Member Libraries

Diversifying Global Music Curriculum with Open Course Materials: Interview with Luisa Nardini
(University of Texas Libraries)

Partners on the Health Care Team: Librarians Collaborating with Nurses
(US National Library of Medicine)

UC San Diego Library Set to Host 2nd Annual Art of Science Contest
(UC San Diego)

William Shakespeare’s First Folio Published in 1623 Gifted to UBC Library
(The University of British Columbia)

 

Higher Ed—Members

“Black Lives Always Mattered!” Invites All to See Philadelphia History in Living Color
(Temple University)

Mastering the Art of Reading Medieval Manuscripts
(Dartmouth College)

 

Higher Ed—Other

Government of Canada Invests in Talented Graduate Scholars and Postdoctoral Researchers
(Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada)

 

Advocacy & Public Policy

Michigan Democrat to Introduce Plan to Create “Digital Literacy” Commission
(The Hill)

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion Launches Glossary
(Coalition for Diversity and Inclusion in Scholarly Communications)

 

Scholars & Scholarship

Springer Nature Expands Its Partnership with CLOCKSS Digital Archive
(CLOCKSS)

 

In Other News

This Private Equity Firm Is Amassing Companies That Collect Data on America’s Children
(The Markup)

 

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Information Industry Analyst
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Thursday, January 13

Top o’ the Review

15 Best Practices for Basic Needs Data Collection and Management in Higher Education
(Ithaka S+R)

APLU Report: Strengthening University-Industry Collaboration Vital to US Competitive Edge in Innovation
(Association of Public and Land-grant Universities)

Academics Want to Preserve Video Games. The Game Industry Is Fighting Them in Court
(Washington Post)

More Than 1 Million Fewer Students Are in College. Here’s How That Impacts the Economy
(National Public Radio)
See also: Current Term Enrollment Estimates (Fall 2021) (National Student Clearinghouse)

San Francisco Public Library Awarded $2 Million to Expand Services for Incarcerated Individuals
(American Library Association)

 

ARL Member Libraries

David S. Ferriero, Archivist of the United States, Is Retiring
(Washington Post)

James Hilton Leaving Library Role to Focus on Academic Innovation
(University of Michigan)

Tech Library Partners with Renowned Artist Deanna Sirlin
(Georgia Tech Library)

 

Libraries—Other

2021 DigiPres Recordings Available… and More!
(Digital Library Federation)

Open Access Books—A World beyond Covid
(Digital Science)

Open Science Monitoring: A Strategic Priority for OpenAIRE
(OpenAIRE)

 

Higher Ed—Members

New Study Calls into Question Early Claims of COVID-19 “Infodemic” of Health Misinformation
(George Washington University)

 

Higher Ed—Other

A Data-Based Look at America’s Physicians and Medical Students, State-by-State
(Association of American Medical Colleges)

Credential Transparency Illuminates Pathways to a Better Future
(EDUCAUSE Review)

 

Advocacy & Public Policy

LCA Position on Proposed US Intellectual Property Office
(Library Copyright Alliance)
Also new from LCA: A New Approach to Foreign Commercial-Scale Infringement

 

Scholars & Scholarship

Scopus 1900–2020: Growth in Articles, Abstracts, Countries, Fields, and Journals
(Quantitative Science Studies)

Toward Empathetic Digital Repositories: Interview with Diego Pino Navarro
(Journal of Critical Digital Librarianship)

 

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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