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Day in Review (September 6–8)

Last Updated on September 8, 2022, 3:48 pm ET

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Tuesday, September 6

Top o’ the Review

ARL, Internet Archive, Public Knowledge, Wikimedia, Others Urge Congress to Shelve Journalism Competition and Preservation Act
(Public Knowledge)

Coordinating Research Data–Support Services across Campus: Announcing the Launch of a New Cohort-Based Research and Consulting Project
(Ithaka S+R)

DCN Is Ready to Support Policies Resulting from OSTP Public Access Memo
(DCN: Data Curation Network)

New CARL VPO for Copyright
(CARL: Canadian Association of Research Libraries)

Open Access to Research Can Close Gaps for People with Disabilities


ARL Member Libraries

Hannah Scates Kettler Appointed Academic Services Associate University Librarian
(Iowa State University Library)

Illinois Newspaper Project Receives NEH Grant
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library)

Labor Day: More Than a Holiday
(VCU: Virginia Commonwealth University)

Paul B. Moses: Trailblazing Art Historian
(The University of Chicago Library)

Regents Approve $62.7 Million for Collections Facility
(University of Minnesota Libraries)



Happy 10th Anniversary, re3data!


Higher Ed—Members

ASU Database Celebrates Growth, Continued Partnership with US Air Force, Indigenous Communities
(ASU: Arizona State University)

Purdue Galleries to Create Digital Access to Art Collections through a Grant from the Henry Luce Foundation
(Purdue University)


Higher Ed—Other

Higher Ed Trends during the Pandemic: What’s New and What’s Next
(National Student Clearinghouse)

Launch of New National Network to Boost Innovation
(The University of Sheffield)

Teaching “Digital Native” College Students Who Understand TikTok—But Not Microsoft Excel


Scholars & Scholarship

Open Book Collective: A Model for Open Community-led Governance
(COPIM: Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs)


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

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Wednesday, September 7

Top o’ the Review

ACRL Awards Updates and Awards Process Implementation Task Force
(ACRL: Association of College and Research Libraries)

April Hathcock Elected Chair of SPARC Steering Committee

DPLA Board of Directors Elects Felton Thomas as Chair, Approves Second Terms of Service for Jill Bourne and Elaine Westbrooks
(DPLA: Digital Public Library of America)

From Vision to Reality: Bringing Resilient Open-Source Infrastructure to Library Publishers
(Educopia Institute)

National Collection Strategic Plan Released
(FDLP: US Federal Depository Library Program)

Survey Shows Majority of University Students Want Blended Learning


ARL Member Libraries

East Asian Library Loans Rare Book to Fondazione Prada
(Princeton University Library)

Ernest Stevenson Bird Library Celebrates 50th Anniversary
(Syracuse University Libraries)

UC San Diego Announces 2022 Undergraduate Library Research Prize Winners
(UC San Diego Library)


Higher Ed—Members

New Technique Boosts Online Medical Search Results
(Cornell University)


Higher Ed—Other

Tuition Fees for Degree Programs, 2022/2023
(Statistics Canada)


Advocacy & Public Policy

COGR Matrix of Science & Security Laws, Regulations, and Policies
(COGR: Council on Governmental Relations)

Comments on the Department of Education’s Proposed Regulations for Pell Grant Restoration for Incarcerated People
(Ithaka S+R)


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Progress on the Sustainable Development Goals: The Gender Snapshot 2022
(UN Women)


Scholars & Scholarship

A Study of Publicly Available Resources Addressing Legal Data-Sharing Barriers: Systematic Assessment
(JMIR: Journal of Medical Internet Research)

Accessibility for Crossref DOI Links: Call for Comments on Proposed New Guidelines

Spotlight Series Recap: Data Stewardship and Data Sharing
(HELIOS: Higher Education Leadership Initiative)


In Other News

Facebook Engineers: We Have No Idea Where We Keep All Your Personal Data
(The Intercept)


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

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Thursday, September 8

Top o’ the Review

Advancing Equity with Community Data Partnerships: We Need to Hear from You
(OSTP: US Office of Science and Technology Policy, The White House)

First-of-Its-Kind Report Sheds Light on Experience of Indigenous Students
(Diverse: Issues in Higher Education)

GPO Names Yale Librarian Scott Matheson as Superintendent of Documents
(GPO: US Government Publishing Office)

Karen Manning of Georgia Tech Library Selected as Visiting Program Officer for BIPOC Networking
(ASERL: Association of Southeastern Research Libraries)
See also: Georgia Tech Library’s news release about the appointment

Oversight of the US Copyright Office: September 7 Hearing Video and Register of Copyright’s Testimony Now Online
(US Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Intellectual Property)


ARL Member Libraries

Book Discussion: Cheap Speech by Richard Hasen, In-Person & Virtual, Wednesday, September 14
(J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah)

MIT Press Announces New Support for Its Fund for Diverse Voices
(MIT Press)

NLM Collaborates with Publishers to Make Monkeypox-Related Literature Immediately Accessible
(NLM: US National Library of Medicine)

OhioLINK Strategic Framework Maps Future Initiatives in Five Broad Directions
(OhioLINK: Ohio Library and Information Network)

Web Archiving Government Information
(University of Alberta Library)

Will New White House Open-Access Rules Impact Researchers?
(The Brink, Boston University)


Scholars & Scholarship

A Longitudinal Study of the Evolution of Opinions about Open Access and Its Main Features: A Twitter Sentiment Analysis

Community Hubs for Citizen Science: Building Capacity through Libraries and Universities—Free, Online Event, September 13
(LIBER: Association of European Research Libraries)

One Year of COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation on Twitter

OSTP Memo—Modeling Market Impact
(Delta Think)

“Who Is the FAIRest of Them All?” Authors, Entities, and Journals Regarding FAIR Data Principles


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