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Day in Review (March 7–10)

Last Updated on March 14, 2022, 4:02 pm ET

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Monday, March 7

Top o’ the Review

AFT and AAUP Pursue Historic Affiliation
(American Association of University Professors)

Data Services Librarians’ Responsibilities and Perspectives on Research Data Management
(Journal of eScience Librarianship)

How Will Termination of Research Partnerships with Russia Affect Global Scientific Research?
(University of Illinois)

Remarks of President Joe Biden—State of the Union Address as Prepared for Delivery, Annotated
(US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine)

Statements and Resources on the Current Conflict in Ukraine from Science Organizations
(International Science Council)
Note: The infoDOCKET roundup of statements of support and solidarity from the library, archive, and publishing communities also continues to be updated.

 

ARL Member Libraries

Elaine Westbrooks Named Carl A. Kroch University Librarian
(Cornell Chronicle)
See also: Message from Elaine Westbrooks (via UNC University Libraries)

Louisville History of Racial Oppression and Activism Revealed in New Online Resource
(University of Louisville Libraries)

Oregon State University Libraries, Portland State University Library, and University of Oregon Libraries Initiate Negotiations with Elsevier
(Oregon State University)

Penn Libraries Releases Digital Strategy 2022–2024
(Penn Libraries)

Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO)
(Brown University Library)

UGA Breaks Ground on Experiential Learning Center at Wormsloe
(University of Georgia Libraries)

 

Libraries—Other

Accelerating Open Research: A Multi-Stakeholder Discussion
(The Scholarly Kitchen)

 

Higher Ed—Members

Kentucky Virtual Library Joins University Press of Kentucky Open Access Initiative
(University of Kentucky)

Yale Report Shows Business Students Want Better Corporate Climate Practices
(Yale Daily News)

 

Higher Ed—Other

Department of Education Announces State-by-State American Rescue Plan Funding for Colleges and Universities and State-by-State Analysis of Record $2.7 Billion American Rescue Plan Investment in Historically Black Colleges and Universities
(The White House)

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Report on Racial Justice Statements and Campus Equity Efforts (podcast)
(EDUCAUSE Review)

 

Scholars & Scholarship

What Works for Peer Review and Decision-Making in Research Funding: A Realist Synthesis
(Research Integrity and Peer Review)

 

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

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Tuesday, March 8

Top o’ the Review

California Digital Library: Prioritizing Community and Sustainability as an NGLP Pilot Partner
(Educopia Institute)

Looking Ahead: IMLS Presents New Strategic Plan for FY 2022–2026
(US Institute of Museum and Library Services)

Plan P: Can Institutions Facilitate Open Access?
(Nature Index)

US Innovation Activities Are Concentrated in Geographic Regions
(US National Science Foundation)

Vale Donna Scheeder 1947–2022
(International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

 

ARL Member Libraries

Call for Proposals: Tracing Race at Iowa State University
(Iowa State University Libraries)

Ellis Library Sensory Maps Make Finding the Perfect Study Space Easier
(University of Missouri Libraries)

Law Library Launches Books-to-Prison Project
(Yale Law School)

UMass Amherst Libraries Announce Publication of Living Languages – Lenguas Vivas – Línguas Vivas
(University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries)

US Copyright Office Joins Message on International Women’s Day 2022
(US Copyright Office, Library of Congress)

 

Libraries—Other

How Artificial Intelligence Might Change Academic Library Work: Applying the Competencies Literature and the Theory of the Professions
(Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology)

POSI Fan Tutte
(Crossref)

 

Higher Ed—Other

Colleges’ New Solution to Enrollment Declines: Reducing the Number of Dropouts
(The Hechinger Report)

How Student Loan Borrowers Have Changed since 2008
(Urban Institute)

 

Advocacy & Public Policy

Join the Effort to Develop a Scientific Integrity Framework
(White House Office of Science and Technology Policy)

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

IFLA’s Management of Library Associations Section Launches Webinar Series on Diversity and Leadership
(International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)

 

Scholars & Scholarship

Is Funding for Sexual Harassment Research Declining Despite Proven Social Impact?
(Dimensions)

 

In Other News

Open Minds Podcast: Angela DeBarger of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
(Creative Commons)

 

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Information Industry Analyst
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Wednesday, March 9

Top o’ the Review

Copyright Office Issues Final Rule for Small Claims Procedures for Library and Archives Opt-Outs and Class Actions
(US Copyright Office)

Dear Colleague Letter: Effective Practices for Making Research Data Discoverable and Citable (Data Sharing)
(US National Science Foundation)

NIH Should Standardize Questions Used to Collect Sex, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Data in Studies and Surveys, Says New Report
(US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine)

Open Science Conference 2022: Video Playlist of Presentation Recordings
(ZBW–Leibniz Information Centre for Economics)

Tracking the Collaborative Networks of Five Leading Science Nations
(Nature)

 

ARL Member Libraries

History as It Happens: Rescuing the Historical Record in a Digital World
(NYU Libraries)

Introducing: Library Mobile for Rutgers
(Rutgers University Libraries)

Jay Barth Appointed Director of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum
(US National Archives and Records Administration)

Open UBC Launches New Searchable Online Collection to Highlight UBC Open Educational Resources
(The University of British Columbia Library)

UC Davis Library Launches AggieOpen to Support OER Adoption & Creation
(UC Davis Library)

 

Libraries—Other

Announcing the New LPC Board Members and Bylaws Update Approval
(Library Publishing Coalition)

WEST Program Reflections—Progress on WEST 2019 Strategic Directions and 2021 Year-in-Review
(California Digital Library)

 

Higher Ed

New Data Finds Common Ground in Addressing Climate Resiliency among Academics and Beltway Professionals
(Battelle)

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Digital Inclusion and Equity Changes What’s Possible: Business Lab Podcast Episode
(MIT Technology Review)

 

Scholars & Scholarship

Are Female Scientists Less Inclined to Publish Alone? The Gender Solo Research Gap
(Scientometrics)

Division by Division, Book by Book: Using Licensed E-books as a Gateway to OERs
(College & Research Libraries News)

UN Statistical Commission Endorses Report on Open Data
(Open Data Watch)

 

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

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Thursday, March 10

Top o’ the Review

AI Can Help Historians Restore Ancient Texts from Damaged Inscriptions
(New Scientist)
Note: For additional information about the AI, see this post from DeepMind

Few Journals Heed Calls to Boycott Russian Papers
(Science)

Media and Democracy: Unpacking America’s Complex Views on the Digital Public Square
(Knight Foundation)

Stakeholder Controls and Conflicts in Research Funding and Publication
(PLOS ONE)

The Unintended Consequences of the Pandemic on Non-COVID-19 Research Activities
(LSE Impact Blog)

 

ARL Member Libraries

37 MIT Press Monographs and Edited Collections Publishing Open Access Thanks to Direct to Open Participants
(MIT Press)

CIFNAL Speaker Series: The Future of Electronic Publishing in France and Francophone Canada (March 28)
(Center for Research Libraries)

Kislak Collection Features Historic Photos of Lost Ship Found after More Than 100 Years
(University of Miami)

The Libraries, Now Playing on ESPN
(NC State University Libraries)

Watch a Recording of the 2022 Supreme Court Fellows Program Annual Lecture Featuring US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer
(US Library of Congress)

 

Libraries—Other

Conspiratorial Thinking in Academic Libraries: Implications for Change Management and Leadership
(In the Library with the Lead Pipe)

 

Higher Ed

A Preliminary Analysis of Debt Forgiveness Programs
(Ithaka S+R)

 

Advocacy & Public Policy

APLU Statement on Omnibus Appropriations Bill
(Association of Public and Land-grant Universities)

What Anti-LGBTQ+ State Bills Mean for Higher Ed
(Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

INCLUSIVE ADDIE: Initial Considerations for DEI Pedagogy
(EDUCAUSE Review)

 

Scholars & Scholarship

A Registry of Editorial Boards—A New Trust Signal for Scholarly Communications?
(Crossref)

Video: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the SCOSS Third Pledging Round Webinar North America
(SPARC Europe)

 

In Other News

Timbuktu Manuscripts: Mali’s Ancient Documents Captured Online
(BBC)

 

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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