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Day in Review (July 25–28)

Last Updated on July 28, 2022, 4:47 pm ET

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Monday, July 25

Top o’ the Review

Assessment Survey Report—2022
(Partnership for Shared Book Collections)

COAR Releases Community Framework for Good Practices in Repositories, Version 2
(Confederation of Open Access Repositories)

CUPA-HR 2022 Higher Education Employee Retention Survey: Initial Results
(College and University Professional Association for Human Resources)

Exclusive Licence to Publish—Now Here’s a Thing
(Plan S)

The Many Faces of Meetings: A Taxonomy of Emerging Models for In-Person and Hybrid Conferences
(Ithaka S+R)

Video: Library Spaces in the Campus of the Future—
(Research Libraries UK)


ARL Member Libraries

Introducing Goldy Little Free Libraries
(University of Minnesota Libraries)

Karim Boughida Named Dean of Stony Brook University Libraries
(Stony Brook University)

Libraries Receives Gift of Cookbook Collection
(Syracuse University Libraries)

New Book Recommends Standards for 3D Data Preservation
(Washington University in St. Louis University Libraries)

New Law Library Director Appointed
(J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah)

Picture Perfect—Researchers and Librarians Partner to Improve Medical Imaging
(University of Wisconsin–Madison Libraries)

University of Pennsylvania Libraries Announces Brian Vivier as Inaugural Director of the Center for Global Collections
(Penn Libraries)



Video: Community Discussion: Addressing the NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy
(Network of the National Library of Medicine)


Higher Ed—Member

Sian Beilock to Become First Woman to Lead Dartmouth College
(Washington Post)


Higher Ed—Others

Yearly Success and Progress Rates: Fall 2015 Beginning Cohort
(National Student Clearinghouse Research Center)


Advocacy & Public Policy

EDGI’s Response to the EPA’s Announcement It Will Retain Its Online Archive
(Environmental Data & Governance Initiative)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Connecting the Dots between DEI and Higher Education Internationalization
(NAFSA: Association of International Educators)

Higher Education Has Important Role to Play in Stopping AAPI Hate
(Diverse Issues in Higher Education)


Scholars & Scholarship

User Engagement with Scholarly Tweets of Scientific Papers: A Large-Scale and Cross-Disciplinary Analysis


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Tuesday, July 26

Top o’ the Review

Addressing Sexual Harassment in Academic Medicine
(Association of American Medical Colleges)

GPO Releases Five-Year Strategic Plan Focused on Modernizing and Innovating
(US Government Publishing Office)

Results of OASPA Board of Directors Election 2022
(Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association)

Scientific Collaboration, Research Funding, and Novelty in Scientific Knowledge

Video: ACRL Presents: Ethical Engagement in Learning Analytics: Lessons Learned by Campus Colleagues
(Association of College and Research Libraries) 


ARL Member Libraries

Introducing the Sally T. Wong Avery Library
(UC San Diego)

John A. Jenkins Donates Papers Documenting His Remarkable Career
(University of Maryland University Libraries)

MSU Press Director Gabriel Dotto to Retire
(Michigan State University)

Renovations in Regenstein
(The University of Chicago Library)

University at Buffalo Libraries Joins OCLC Research Library Partnership

University Libraries Join the Academic Preservation Trust
(University of Colorado Boulder University Libraries)



Experimenting with Repository Workflows for Archiving: Manual Ingest
(COPIM: Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs)


Higher Ed—Members

An Interview on QuadEx, Duke University’s New Equity-Based Residential and Learning Model
(Ithaka S+R)


Higher Ed—Others

Education Department Releases Proposed Regulations to Protect Veterans and Service Members, Increase College Oversight, and Increase College Access for Incarcerated Individuals
(US Department of Education)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Kicking Off the Digital Equity Project
(DPLA: Digital Public Library of America)


Scholars & Scholarship

Can Integrity Issues Encountered by a Publisher Inform Best Practices at Institutions? Reflections From the World Conference on Research Integrity 2022
(MetaArXiv Preprints)

Request for Information: Soliciting Ideas for New NIH Common Fund Programs
(US National Institutes of Health)

2022 International Training Workshop on Open Science and SDGs
(CODATA: Committee on Data of the International Science Council)


In Other News

Chrome Use Subject to Restrictions in Dutch Schools Over Data-Security Concerns
(Bleeping Computer)

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Wednesday, July 27

Top o’ the Review

Library Publishers Rally to Disseminate the Work of Ukrainian Scholars
(Library Publishing Coalition)

Now Released IFLA Guidelines for Professional LIS Education Programs

(IFLA: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

Save the Date: IATUL Fall Seminar 2022
(IATUL: International Association of University Libraries)

Study Finds Wikipedia Influences Judicial Behavior
(MIT News)

Varying Degrees 2022: New America’s Sixth Annual Survey on Higher Education
(New America)


ARL Member Libraries

Health Sciences Library Construction Project
(University of Missouri Libraries)

IEEE and UC Sign Transformative Open Access Publishing Agreement and
Nature Portfolio Now Included in UC–Springer Nature Open Access Agreement
(University of California)

New Addition to Duke’s Uyghur-Language Collection
(Duke University Libraries)

The Blind Leading the Blind: One Man’s Journey in Film Preservation
(Indiana University Bloomington Libraries)

What Is Your Earliest Memory of the Internet?
(Library of Congress)



OASPA 2022 Conference Preliminary Program Now Available
(OASPA: Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association)


Higher Ed

College Enrollment during the Pandemic
(American Council on Education)


Advocacy & Public Policy

Dozens of US States Are Jumping on the Social Media Censorship Bandwagon


Data & Analytics

Balancing Data Privacy and Usability in the Federal Statistical System (paywalled)
(PNAS: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

NSF Grant Decisions Reflect Systemic Racism, Study Argues


Scholars & Scholarship

ATG Interviews Alicia Wise, Executive Director of CLOCKSS
(ATG: Against the Grain)


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Thursday, July 28

Top o’ the Review

A Critical Literature Review of Historic Scientific Analog Data: Uses, Successes, and Challenges
(Data Science Journal)

Congressional Democrats Prepare to Introduce Net Neutrality Bill
Note: ARL has endorsed this bill.

IMLS Announces $21 Million Investment in US Library and Archive Initiatives
(US Institute of Museum and Library Services)

“In Conversation With…” Discusses Reparative Description/Conscious Editing
(CoSA: Council of State Archivists) 

Open-Access Publishing Expands at U of California (paywalled)
(Chronicle of Higher Education)

Research Reliability: Federal Actions Needed to Promote Stronger Research Practices
(GAO: US Government Accountability Office)

ARL Member Libraries

Library of Congress Appoints Leaders to Advance Digital-Forward Strategy for Discovery and Preservation of Collections
(US Library of Congress)

Rare Glacier Research Notebooks Now Available Digitally
(University of Colorado Boulder University Libraries)

Read, Hot, and Digitized: Acknowledging Indigenous Land with Native Land Digital
(University of Texas Libraries)

Touching History: Collaboration between Library and History Department Gives Students a Hands-On Look at the Past
(McMaster University Library)

UBC Library’s Joan Gillis Fonds Is Added to the Canadian Commission for UNESCO’s Canada Memory of the World Register
(The University of British Columbia Library)

UCR Practices for Cyber Threats against Special Archives
(University of California, Riverside)



ACRL 2023 Keynote Speakers Announced
(ACRL: Association of College and Research Libraries)

New COPIM Scoping Report Published on Archiving and Preserving Open Access Monographs
(COPIM: Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs)


Higher Ed

Sloan Foundation Funds New Office to Support Open Source Activities
(Carnegie Mellon University)


Advocacy & Public Policy

APLU Hails Senate Passage of US Competitiveness Legislation
(Association of Public and Land-grant Universities)

Are Social Media Companies the New Common Carriers?
(Public Knowledge via Twitter)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Rutgers Researcher Developing Digital Bibliography of Black Authors and Print Work
(Rutgers Today)

Ten Simple Rules to Host an Inclusive Conference
(PLOS Computational Biology)


Scholars & Scholarship

Changing the Culture on Data Management and Data Sharing in Biomedicine—Special Theme Issue
(HDSR: Harvard Data Science Review)


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