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Day in Review (November 14–17)

Last Updated on November 17, 2022, 2:59 pm ET

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Monday, November 14

11th Annual University Press Week Looks to the Future
(AUPresses: Association of University Presses)

Google to Pay Nearly $400 Million to Settle State Location-Tracking Probe
See also: Official announcement of settlement by Oregon Department of Justice

November 14 Marks International Day against Illicit Trafficking in Cultural Property
(Antiquities Coalition)

OCLC Annual Report 2021–2022 Published

Open Science in Africa: What Policymakers Should Consider
(Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics)

US Colleges and Universities See Strong Rebounds in International Student Enrollments
(IIE: Institute of International Education)


ARL Member Libraries

5th Annual Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover: Middle Eastern and South Asian Authors
(University of Alberta Library)

Penn Libraries Dedicates Holman Biotech Commons
(University of Pennsylvania)

Read the McMaster University Library 2021–2022 Impact Report
(McMaster University Library)

UC San Diego Library Launches 2022–2027 Strategic Plan
(UC San Diego Library)

Upcoming Event (Tuesday, November 15): Conversation with Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden
(Library of Congress via Chicago Collections)


Higher Ed—Members


Higher Ed—Other

Directory of Presidents’ Alliance Resources to Support DACA Recipients, Undocumented Students, Dream Legislation, and Institutions of Higher Education
(Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration)

Cohort 19 of ACE Internationalization Lab Imagines the Future at Final Meeting
(ACE: American Council on Education)

Elite Universities Aim to Attract More Community College Transfer Students via New Pipeline


Scholars & Scholarship


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Tuesday, November 15

Top o’ the Review

ACRL 2023 Conference Registration Now Open!
(ACRL: Association of College and Research Libraries)

CLIR Announces Partnership Agreements for Hidden Collections Africa
(CLIR: Council on Library and Information Resources)

Elsevier and CAUL Sign Agreement to Support Transition to Open Access Publishing alongside Continued Research Access for Australia and New Zealand Researchers
(CAUL: Council of Australian University Librarians)

Research Security and the Cost of Compliance: Phase I Report
(COGR: Council on Governmental Relations)

2023 Library Publishing Forum Call for Proposals
(Library Publishing Coalition)


ARL Member Libraries

Library of Congress Awards Bobbitt Poetry Prizes to Rita Dove and Heid E. Erdrich

(Library of Congress)

Rare Papyrus Fragment of the Gospel of John Now at the Harry Ransom Center
(The University of Texas at Austin)

South Asia Cooperative Acquisitions Program (SACAP): 60 Years of Building Unique Collections
(Duke University Libraries)

#TextbookBroke Fall 2022 Campaign
(University of Ottawa Library)

Two Law Libraries Combine Efforts to Provide Better Information to Public
(University of Iowa Libraries via Radio Iowa)

University of Alberta OER Cookbook Wins Gourmand Award!
(University of Alberta Library)

Waltz Named University Libraries Associate Dean for Learning and Engagement
(Penn State)


Higher Ed—Members

Center for Journalism & Democracy Opens at Howard University
(Howard University)

Podcast Episode: To Solve Societal Problems, Unite the Humanities with Science
(Issues in Science and Technology)


Higher Ed—Other

More Than 100,000 Students Experienced an Abrupt Campus Closure between July 2004 and June 2020
(SHEEO: State Higher Education Executive Officers Association and the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center)


Scholars & Scholarship

Clarivate Names World’s Influential Researchers with Highly Cited Researchers 2022 List

NISO Publishes Updated Version of Standards Tag Suite
(NISO: National Information Standards Organization)


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Wednesday, November 16

Top o’ the Review

DOAB Officially Launches Its New Service to Further Build Trust in Peer Review and Open-Access Academic Book Publishing
(DOAB: Directory of Open Access Books)

More Than 2,000 Journals Share Price and Service Data through Plan S’s Journal Comparison Service
(cOAlition S)

Powered by Publics Releases Report Outlining Best Practices for Transfer Student Success
(APLU: Association of Public and Land-grant Universities)

Safeguarding Science Toolkit Launched to Help Researchers Defend Scientific Integrity
(NSF: US National Science Foundation)

Video Recordings, Papers. Posters, and Presentations from the 17th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing
(Septentrio Conference Series)


ARL Member Libraries

Book Chapter: Burning the Candle at Both Ends: How and Why Academic Librarians Who Are Parents Experience and Combat Burnout at Work
(LSU Libraries and The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Libraries via TRACE: Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange)

Message from New Dean of Libraries Xuemao Wang
(Northwestern Libraries)

National Archives at Riverside Collaborates with California Universities to Digitize Chinese Heritage Records
(NARA: US National Archives and Records Administration)

The Intangible Rewards of Engaging with Research Data
(NLM: National Library of Medicine)

UCLA Library Connects Sciences Collections to UCLA Nursing Students for Real-World Impact
(UCLA via Newswise)



LJ Movers & Shakers 2023 Deadline Extended
(LJ: Library Journal)

2022 Online Meeting: Registration Open & Program Announcement
(IIIF: International Image Interoperability Framework)


Higher Ed

Welcoming the University of Toronto to the College and University Fund for the Social Sciences (CUF)
(SSRC: Social Science Research Council)

Advocacy & Public Policy

Federal Scientific Integrity Policies: A Primer
(CRS: Congressional Research Service)

The Scary Truth about AI Copyright Is Nobody Knows What Will Happen Next
(The Verge)


Scholars & Scholarship

ORCID Coverage in Research Institutions—Readiness for Partially Automated Research Reporting
(Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics)

Quarterly Roundup: Your November 2022 News from Dryad


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Thursday, November 17

Top o’ the Review

CNI December 2022 Meeting Program
(CNI: Coalition for Networked Information)

Discover State-of-the-Art Machine Learning Demos on arXiv

Graduate Enrollment and Degrees: 2011 to 2021
(CGS: Council of Graduate Schools)

How Funding Agencies Can Meet OSTP (and Open Science) Guidance Using Existing Open Infrastructure

US Charges Russian Suspects with Operating Z-Library E-book Site
(Bleeping Computer)


ARL Member Libraries

KU Libraries Announce 2022 Shulenburger Award for Innovation & Advocacy in Scholarly Communication
(The University of Kansas Libraries)

New Collection Development Policy
(BHL: Biodiversity Heritage Library, Smithsonian Libraries and Archives)

New Initiative Will Make Cather’s Manuscripts Available Online
(University of Nebraska–Lincoln)

Upcoming Event (Tuesday, December 6): Amanda K. Rinehart to Deliver the 2022 Joseph Leiter NLM/MLA Lecture
(NLM: National Library of Medicine)


Higher Ed

A Retrospective Look at US Education Statistics
(NCES: National Center for Education Statistics, US Department of Education)


Advocacy & Public Policy

Memory Laws or Gag Laws? Disinformation Meets Academic Freedom
(Journal of Academic Freedom)


Scholars & Scholarship

Exploring the Loss of Trust in Institutions and Experts—Fall 2022 Issue of Daedalus
(American Academy of Arts & Sciences)

Open Publishing Case Studies Released
(Open Access Australasia)

OR2023 Call for Proposals
(Open Repositories Conference)

Perspectives on E-books and Digital Textbooks and the Way Ahead
(Insights: The UKSG Journal)

Producing Open Data
(RIO: Research Ideas and Outcomes)

Towards Richer Metadata—Perspectives from Three DataCite Projects


In Other News

Is Mastodon Private and Secure? Let’s Take a Look
(EFF: Electronic Frontier Foundation)


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