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Day in Review (November 7–10)

Last Updated on November 10, 2022, 4:22 pm ET

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Monday, November 7

Top o’ the Review

ALISE 2022: Proceedings of the Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference
(ALISE: Association for Library and Information Science Education)

Determining the Cost of Open Access: Estimating Annual Article Processing Charges for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Medicine Articles at a Large Midwestern University
(IUPUI ScholarWorks)

OCLC and Clarivate Have Settled Lawsuit

The State of Education Censorship in Institutions of Higher Ed and Implications for the Field
(AACTE: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education)

Upcoming AAUP Webinar (Thursday, November 10): Academic Freedom Basics
(AAUP: American Association of University Professors)


ARL Member Libraries

A Conservator with a Unique Window into History
(Syracuse University)

Andy Corrigan Named Interim Dean of Tulane University Libraries
(Tulane University)

Introducing the UC Libraries HathiTrust Help Center Newsletter
(CDL: California Digital Library)

Mills Acquires Jim Berkenstadt Beatles LP Collection
(University of Wisconsin–Madison Libraries)

Princeton University Library Announces Publication of “Yearning to Breathe Free,” a Compilation of Scholarly Essays Looking at Jews in Gilded Age America
(Princeton University Library)

Proactive Chat: A New Way to Reach McGill Librarians
(McGill University Library)

Smithsonian Libraries and Archives Opens “Nature of the Book”
(Smithsonian Libraries and Archives)

Trevor A. Dawes in Line to Be 63rd President of Association of Research Libraries
(University of Delaware)

UMass’s World Librarians Provide Open-Access Education for Students in Malawi and Kenya
(Massachusetts Daily Collegian)



Library Publishing Coalition Releases 2021–2022 Annual Report
(Library Publishing Coalition)


Higher Ed—Members


Higher Ed—Other

Survey: Cyber Security at UK Colleges and Universities Remains High Priority, but There’s More Work to Be Done

The State of Higher Ed Technology: A Survey of CIOs
(Inside Higher Ed via New America)


Advocacy & Public Policy

Updates on Research Security Policies and Practices in the US Government
(OSTP: Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President)


Data & Analytics

Invisible Labor, Invisible Value: Unpacking Traditional Assessment of Academic Library Value
(C&RL: College & Research Libraries)

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Tuesday, November 8

Top o’ the Review

Deceptive Academic Journals: An Excerpt from The Predator Effect
(Retraction Watch)

Finding Your Way in Academic Librarianship: Introducing the Scholarly Communication Notebook
(College & Research Libraries News)

National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) Leadership Refreshes Foundational Strategy, Now Includes Transparency and Openness
(DLF: Digital Library Federation)

To Improve Research Collaboration among Land-Grant Universities, Congress Should Facilitate Participation of Historically Black and Tribal Colleges and Universities, Says New Report
(National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine)

Upcoming Special Event (Friday, November 11): Oxford Reads for Rushdie
(Bodleian Libraries)

Videos: 2022 HathiTrust Member Meeting Part 1: A Conversation on HathiTrust’s Directions and
2022 HathiTrust Member Meeting Part 2: Board of Governors Panel


ARL Member Libraries

Active Community of Learners Engage with the Library’s Center for Digital Scholarship
(Brown University Library)

Libraries Address Harmful Language in Catalog Records
(University of Maryland Libraries)

NARA Awards $65M Electronic Records Archives Contract
(NARA: US National Archives and Records Administration, via MeriTalk)

New York Public Library Becomes New Opening the Future Member
(New York Public Library via Opening the Future)

Outstanding Student Research, in Sidewalk Chalk
(NC State University Libraries)

San Diego Circuit Libraries Receive Funding for Campaign against Health Misinformation
(UC San Diego)

Wangensteen Library Receives Cultural Heritage Grant
(University of Minnesota Libraries)

Wesley Chenault Named Associate Director for Strategic Initiatives and Programs
(Smithsonian Library and Archives)


Higher Ed—Other

Early Trends in the 2023 Admission Cycle
(LSAC: Law School Admission Council)

More High Schoolers Should Be Allowed to Learn on College Campuses
(Washington Post)


Advocacy & Public Policy

Can AI Teach AI? DARPA Explores How AI Tutoring Can Help Adult Learners
(DARPA: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency)


Scholars & Scholarship

CORE to Become an Independent Open-Access Service from August 2023

Finding the Proof of the PID Pudding

Gender and Country Biases in Wikipedia Citations to Scholarly Publications
(JASIST: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology)


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

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Wednesday, November 9

Top o’ the Review

AAAS Survey: Many Researchers Face Difficulties Paying Open Access Fees
(AAAS: American Association for the Advancement of Science)

Better Preprint Metadata through Community Participation

IATUL 2022: Proceedings and Recordings Now Available
(IATUL: International Association of University Libraries)

Leading by Diversifying Collections: A Guide for Academic Library Leadership
(Ithaka S+R)

Sorenson Impact Center Introduces Innovative Dashboard to Empower Higher Education Institutions to Achieve Diversity Goals
(The University of Utah via Newswise)


ARL Member Libraries

Digital Humanities at 30: A Roundtable
(UVA: University of Virginia Library)

Libraries to Pilot ALA Imagination Station
(Indiana University Bloomington Libraries)

Marriott Library Oral Histories Provide Unique Perspectives on Navajo Code Talker Experience
(The University of Utah)

Students Unite to Study Baltimore’s Civil Rights History
(Johns Hopkins University)

Top 10 Most Used Databases
(FSU: Florida State University Libraries)


Higher Ed—Members

CITP Launches the Digital Witness Lab
(CITP: Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University)

Japanese Literature Students Prepare to Catalog Rare Book Collection
(University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)


Higher Ed—Other


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion


Scholars & Scholarship

Call for Papers: Data Management Planning across Disciplines and Infrastructures
(CODATA: Committee on Data, International Science Council)

Science Europe Organized Its First Conference on Open Science: Event Highlights
(Science Europe)


In Other News


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Thursday, November 10

Top o’ the Review

Computational Publishing Pilot Project. Introducing Our Partners and Communities
(COPIM: Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs)

Free to Think 2022
(ISC: International Science Council)

Open Access Books through Open Data Sources: Assessing Prevalence, Providers, and Preservation

Protecting Tribal Sovereignty
(Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)

SAA Council Reviews Strategic Plan, Sections Structure, Annual Reports
(SAA: Society of American Archivists)

Should I Join Mastodon? A Scientists’ Guide


ARL Member Libraries

MIT Press Direct to Open Books Downloaded More Than 176,312 Times in 10 Months
(MIT Press)

2023 Innovator in Residence Rebuilds and Revisits Lost Communities
(Library of Congress)


Higher Ed—Members


Higher Ed—Other

Coursera Conducts Layoffs to “Slow Our Rate of Spending”
(Class Central)

EUA Signs Agreement on Reforming Research Assessment
(EUA: European University Association) and
UKRI Signs Agreement on Reforming Research Assessment
(UKRI: UK Research and Innovation)

NCES Releases Indicators on Rural Education
(NCES: National Center for Education Statistics, US Department of Education)


Advocacy & Public Policy

Green Technology Book 2022; Solutions for Climate-Change Adaptation
(WIPO: World Intellectual Property Organization)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion


Scholars & Scholarship

Motivations, Concerns, and Selection Biases When Posting Preprints: A Survey of bioRxiv Authors

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

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

The Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative
(LIBER Quarterly)


In Other News


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