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Day in Review (July 5–7)

Last Updated on July 12, 2022, 9:30 am ET

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Tuesday, July 5

Top o’ the Review

Digital Scholarship Programs in Practice
(Association of College and Research Libraries)

IFLA Extraordinary Elections 2022: Election Results
(International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

National Academies Seeks Nominations for Committee on Misinformation
(Consortium of Social Science Associations)

Video Recording: Book Banning and the First Amendment
(Freedom Forum)

WorldFAIR: Global Cooperation on FAIR Data Policy and Practice–Kick-Off Meeting Introduces Major New Initiative to Advance Implementation of the FAIR Data Principles
(International Science Council)


ARL Member Libraries

Dawnie Walton wins the VCU Cabell First Novelist Award for ‘The Final Revival of Opal & Nev’
(Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries)

Hidden Gems: Canadiana Online
(University of Alberta Library)

Lori Harris Named Interim Dean and University Librarian
(University of Cincinnati Libraries)

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



A New Issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly (16.3) is Now Available Online
(Digital Humanities Quarterly)

Bibliometrics at Large–The Role of Metrics Beyond Academia
(The London School of Economics and Political Science Impact Blog)

New Project for SPARC Europe to Reform Rights Retention and Open Licensing Policies in Europe
(Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition Europe)


Higher Ed—Members

The New American University: The University–Think Tank Partnership
(New America)


Higher Ed—Other

Black and Latina Women Hold the Most Student Debt
(Diverse Issues in Higher Education)

Inflation and NIH Research Project Grants
(US National Institutes of Health)

Scholars & Scholarship

Reproducibility of COVID-19 Pre-Prints


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


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Wednesday, July 6

Top o’ the Review

A 10-Year Follow-Up Survey of US Academic Libraries Highlights the COVID-19 Experience and Greater Interest in Health Information Outreach
(Health Information and Libraries Journal)

Higher Education: Testing Companies Most Commonly Granted Extra Time to Accommodate Individuals with Disabilities
(US Government Accountability Office)

Mapping the Research Landscape of COVID-19 from Social Sciences Perspective: A Bibliometric Analysis

National Science Foundation Announces $8.6 million Partnership with Leading Foundations to Improve US STEM Education
(US National Science Foundation)

Video Recording: “Banning Books”
(Aspen Ideas Festival)


ARL Member Libraries

Announcing Our Philosophy of Access to Research and Scholarship
(The University of Tennessee Libraries)

Duke Libraries Partners with the Civil Rights Movement Archive to Sustain Activist Centered History
(Duke University Libraries)

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



Community Consultation for COUNTER Release 5.1

Our Wicked Discovery Problem Part One: Inconvenient and Boring
(Charleston Hub)

SPARC Names New Visiting Program Officer for Open Models


Higher Ed—Other

New Podcast Offers a Real-Time Look at Processes of Institutional Change for Promoting Inclusive Excellence in Science Education
(American Association of Colleges and Universities)

Universities Advised to Prepare for Interruption of China Ties
(Research Professional News)


Advocacy & Public Policy

COSSA Releases Analysis of FY 2023 House Appropriations Bills
(Consortium of Social Science Associations)

Education Department Releases Proposed Regulations to Expand and Improve Targeted Relief Programs
(US Department of Education)


Scholars & Scholarship

Changing the Academic Gender Narrative through Open Access


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Co-Founder and Editor, Library Journal’s infoDOCKET
Information Industry Analyst


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Thursday, July 7

Top o’ the Review

Lost and Found: State and Institutional Actions to Resolve Stranded Credits
(Ithaka S+R)

Statement on Peer-Reviewed Publications
(cOAlition S and Plan S)

Video and Slides of IFLA ARL Webinar re: Research Ethics
(International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Academic and Research Libraries Section)

Video Playlist: 2022 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries Presentations
(Texas Digital Library)
Note: Playlist includes video of opening plenary and keynote, “Reckoning and Transformation: The Value of Being of and for Equity and Inclusion,” by Elaine Westbrooks

What Is Computational Publishing?
(COPIM: Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs)

ARL Member Libraries

Celebrating Five Successful Years of UC San Diego’s Race and Oral History Project
(UC San Diego Library)

IPLC Launches New Resource-Sharing Software
(Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation)

Library to Host Biannual Copyright Public Modernization Committee Meeting on July 28
(US Library of Congress)

Sourcery Special Collections & Archives Access Program Calls for Testing Partners
(Coalition for Networked Information and University of Connecticut)



Launching the Green Libraries Manifesto
(The British Library)


Higher Ed

Graduates of 2010 to 2018 Receiving Payments From the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) Program in 2020
(Statistics Canada)


Advocacy & Public Policy

Democrats Seek to Boost Media Literacy for Students, Veterans with Two New Bills
(The Hill)

Overview of the American Data Privacy and Protection Act, H.R. 8152
(US Congressional Research Service)


Scholars & Scholarship

A Text Analysis of Four Levels of Librarian Involvement and Impact on Students in an Inquiry-Based Learning Course
(Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research)

Developing Competencies for Outreach Work in Academic Libraries
(College & Research Libraries)

How Well Did Prior Postdoctoral Appointments Prepare PhDs for Their Careers? Length, Value, and Skills of Postdoctoral Experience
(Council of Graduate Schools)

SciDataCon 2022: Three Takeaways from the State of Open Data 2021 Panel Discussion


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