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Day in Review (October 24–27)

Last Updated on October 27, 2022, 2:16 pm ET

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Monday, October 24

Boyer Commission Issues Blueprint for Advancing College Equity and Excellence in Follow-Up to Landmark Report
(APLU: Association of Public and Land-grant Universities)

Conference of Global Science Academies, Including Young Academies for the First Time, Will Explore How to Make Research Systems More Inclusive, Effective, and Sustainable
(National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine)

eLife Ends Accept/Reject Decisions following Peer Review

Launching the Guidelines on Inclusive Language and Images in Scholarly Communication
(C4DISC: Coalition for Diversity & Inclusion in Scholarly Communications)

Scientific Organizations Form International Group to Advance Ukrainian Science and Support Researchers; Breakthrough Prize Foundation Provides $3 Million
(National Academy of Sciences)

Temporary Suspension of Active Cooperation with Russian Members
(IATUL: International Association of University Libraries)


ARL Member Libraries

A Greater Library for a Greater Community
(The University of Chicago Library)

ASU Program Aims to Add More Diversity to Library Field
(Arizona State University)

Brown Library’s First Born-Digital Publication Awarded Prize by the American Historical Association
(Brown University Library)

Larry P. Alford Awarded the 2022 Ron MacDonald Distinguished Service Award
(CRKN: Canadian Research Knowledge Network)

Libraries’ Digital Preservation Policy Ensures Future Academic, Research Access
(Penn State University Libraries)

Making Connections in Unlikely Places: How the Learning Enrichment Team Is Bringing Wellness to the Libraries Through “Exploration and Serendipity”
(Penn Libraries)

Michael Huerta, PhD, Named Acting Deputy Director for Operations and Innovation at NLM
(NLM: US National Library of Medicine)



IFLA Statement on Evidence for Sustainable Development
(IFLA: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)


Higher Ed

Doctorate Recipients from US Universities: 2021 (Data Tables)
(NSF: US National Science Foundation)

Over 6 in 10 Americans Favor Leaving Race out of College Admissions, Post–Schar School Poll Finds
(Washington Post)


Advocacy & Public Policy

Coalition Letter to Biden Administration on College Food Insecurity
(The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice)


Data & Analytics

Community Feedback on COUNTER Release 5.1


Scholars & Scholarship

Change and Growth in Open Access Journal Publishing and Charging Trends 2011–2021
(JASIST: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology)

Open Access Market Sizing Update 2022
(Delta Think)


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Tuesday, October 25

Top o’ the Review

CNI Pre-Recorded Project Briefing Series Live: October 2022: Edition Guide and Videos
(CNI: Coalition for Networked Information)

Developing a Canadian PID Strategy: Results and Next Steps
(CRKN: Canadian Research Knowledge Network)

Grounding Indigenous Rights in DataCite Metadata

Three New Articles Published by the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication

Upcoming Webinar (November 21): How Do We Fix E-book Markets? A Discussion on the Future of Libraries and Authorship
(Knowledge Rights 21)


ARL Member Libraries

Grant for Strengthening Research Skills in High Schools
(Stony Brook University Libraries)

Library Exhibit Explores Fraught History of Textile Industry
(Cornell University Library)

MIT Press Journal Open Mind Is Now a Diamond Open-Access Publication
(MIT Press)

Sound Beat: Access Audio Launching Podcast Series “The Land You’re On: Acknowledging the Haudenosaunee”
(Syracuse University Libraries)

Traveling Back in Time to Korea’s Modern Era
(The University of Chicago Library, Yale University Library, Princeton University Library, and University of Tokyo Library System)


Higher Ed

Innovation in Mentorship
(Issues in Science and Technology)


Advocacy & Public Policy

FTC’s PrivacyCon 2022 Will Feature Research on Commercial Surveillance, Automated Decision-Making
(FTC: US Federal Trade Commission)


Scholars & Scholarship

Diamond Open-Access Initiative Gathering Steam: Conference and Launch of DIAMAS
(Science Europe)

The Changing Landscape of Open-Access Compliance
(Digital Science)


In Other News

Americans Value US Role as Scientific Leader, but 38% Say Country Is Losing Ground Globally
(Pew Research Center)


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Wednesday, October 26

Top o’ the Review

Freedom on the Net 2022: Countering an Authoritarian Overhaul of the Internet
(Freedom House)

GW Ethics in Publishing Conference Recordings Available Now
(SSP: Society for Scholarly Publishing)

Lyrasis Announces John Wilkin as New Chief Executive Officer

NISO and UIUC Awarded Sloan Grant for Work to Prevent the Spread of Retracted Research
(NISO: National Information Standards Organization and UIUC: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)

Open Access Week 2022: Developing Policies and Practices for Fully Open-Access Landscapes
(LIBER: Association of European Research Libraries)

Update on the COAR Notify Initiative: Advancing Innovation in Scholarly Communications
(COAR: Confederation of Open Access Repositories)


ARL Member Libraries

Audiovisual Media Preservation Initiative (AVMPI): Curating a Diverse and Dynamic Audiovisual Collection
(Smithsonian Libraries and Archives)

Bernard Unti Donates and Endows an Important Animal Studies Collection to the Libraries
(NC State University Libraries)

Exhibit on Auburn’s Land-Grant History on Display in Ralph Brown Draughon Library
(Auburn University)

How a Digital Repository Is Democratizing Science from a Duke Basement
(Duke University Department of Biology and Duke Libraries)

Labbers Win MIT Prize for Open Data 2022
(MIT Media Lab)

Preserving a University Tradition
(Washington University in St. Louis)

University Libraries Appoint Executive Director of the Louis Calder Memorial Library and Associate Dean for Health Information Services
(University of Miami Libraries)


Higher Ed

How Higher Ed Can Help Underserved Communities Access Broadband
(Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)


Advocacy & Public Policy

ACM Global Technology Policy Council Releases Joint Statement on Principles for Responsible Algorithmic Systems by US and Europe Policy Committees
(ACM: Association for Computing Machinery)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

NIH Releases UNITE Progress Report for 2021–2022
(COSSA: Consortium of Social Science Associations)


Scholars & Scholarship

ORCID’s 2022 Public Data File Now Available


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Thursday, October 27

Top o’ the Review

Education Indicators in Canada: Report of the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program, October 2022
(Statistics Canada)

High School Benchmarks
(National Student Clearinghouse Research Center)

Impact of the 2022 OSTP Memo: A Bibliometric Analysis of US Federally Funded Publications, 2017–2021 (preprint)

Legal and Ethical Considerations for Providing Access to Born-Digital Collections: Attorney-Client Privilege
(DLF: Digital Library Federation)

Rate of Publication Hastens, but Number of Publications Slows Academic Promotion


ARL Member Libraries

Chung: Why Canada Needs to Tell the Stories of Feminist Trailblazers
(Ottawa Citizen)

Exploring Charting Texas Online
(Texas A&M University Libraries)

Library of Congress Acquires Rare Codex from Central Mexico
(Library of Congress)

Micah Vandegrift Discusses the Future of Climate Justice and Open-Access Research
(Massachusetts Daily Collegian)

National Archives Tops 200 Million Digitized Pages in Online Catalog
(NARA: US National Archives and Records Administration)

Open Access Monographs: Digital Scholarship as Catalyst
(Digital Science)

Organizational Changes Position Emory Libraries and Carlos Museum for Even Greater Innovation
(Emory University)

Texas Tech University Libraries’ Dia de los Muertos Exhibit and Ofrenda to Run through November 4
(Texas Tech University Libraries)

Webinar Recording: Going Where No Library Has Gone Before: Building a Research Library at a Biocultural Reserve in the Yucatan
(ACRL DSS PDC: Association of College and Research Libraries Digital Scholarship Section Professional Development Committee)



IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) 2022 Dublin Online Sessions and Recordings Now Available
(IFLA: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)


Higher Ed

Digitized Publications on New Website Tell Early Film, Broadcast, Recording History
(University of Wisconsin–Madison)


Advocacy & Public Policy


Scholars & Scholarship

“Important but Not Easy”—Future Research Leaders Share Insights on Open Research at Special Conference Session
(UKRN: UK Reproducibility Network)


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