Scout Calvert, Michigan State University, is working with a team from ARL, the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), and EDUCAUSE in a strategic partnership to better understand how research libraries can best advance research and learning during these times of significant changes in the production, dissemination, and reuse of digital content.
Steve Hiller, University of Washington, is leading consultations and training to help libraries develop sustainable assessment efforts that demonstrate their contributions to teaching, learning, and research. He is also Library Assessment Conference co-chair.
Stephanie McReynolds, Syracuse University; Ava Brillat, University of Miami; Gordon Daines, Brigham Young University; and Greg Davis, Iowa State University (photos clockwise from top left) are advancing the Research Library Impact Framework initiative.
Alanna Aiko Moore, UC San Diego, is enhancing and supporting the mentorship component of ARL’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programs.
Jennifer Muilenburg, University of Washington, is working with ARL’s Scholars and Scholarship team, developing policies and practices to advance research data sharing.
Darcée Olson, Louisiana State University, is writing a series of briefs on topics related to digital rights, including controlled digital lending, digitization, licensing reform, and contract preemption.
Jennifer Osorio, UCLA, is supporting the ARL Academy Leadership Research Project Task Force in its work to examine the gap between the current role played by leaders of research libraries and the role those leaders want to/should take with their libraries.
Victoria Owen, University of Toronto, is a joint VPO with ARL and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) and is chair of the Joint Task Force on Marrakesh Treaty Implementation.
Peter Potter, Virginia Tech, is developing a robust communications structure for TOME (Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem). He is also tracking books published through TOME in order to assess impact.