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Press Coverage

3 Questions on Academic Library Spending for the Scholar Who Wrote the Book on University Budgets, Inside Higher Ed, January 26, 2023

White House: Make Public Access to Research Immediate, Library Journal, September 26, 2022

White House Federal Research Policy Expands Accessibility in Higher Education, Experts Say, GW Hatchet, September 12, 2022

Will New White House Open-Access Rules Impact Researchers?, The Brink, Boston University, September 7, 2022

What They Are Saying: White House Federally Funded Research Guidance Hailed as a Win for Innovation and Equity, The White House, August 31, 2022

No Paywall for Taxpayer-Funded Research, US Declares, Inside Higher Ed, August 26, 2022

“A Historic Moment”: New Guidance Requires Federally Funded Research to Be Open Access, Chronicle of Higher Education, August 25, 2022

ARL, CARL Engage Ithaka S+R for Report on Aligning the Research Library to Organizational Strategy, Library Journal, July 21, 2022

Academics Want to Preserve Video Games. The Game Industry Is Fighting Them in Court, Washington Post, January 12, 2022

DeLa Dos on the Equity Work Ahead for ARL, Library Journal, May 20, 2021

Academic Libraries Led Universities into the Socially Distant Era. Now They’re Planning for What’s Next, Chronicle of Higher Education, April 27, 2021

The Case of Ahmad v. University of Michigan, in Archival Outlook, March/April 2021

Research Libraries Commend Biden’s Use of Science, Inside Higher Ed, February 24, 2021

Re-Envisioning Humanities Infrastructure, Inside Higher Ed, February 22, 2021

Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to UM over Anti-immigration Activist’s Papers, Detroit News, December 27, 2020

Research Libraries, Emerging Technologies—and a Pandemic, EDUCAUSE Review, October 26, 2020

Dozens of Scientific Journals Have Vanished from the Internet, Study Found, CNN, September 15, 2020

Research Libraries Tell Publishers to Drop Their Awful Lawsuit against the Internet Archive, Techdirt, July 2, 2020

COVID-19 IP Catch-up: Mask Sales & Remote Source Codes (and lawsuit against Internet Archive), Law360, June 26, 2020

A Lawsuit Is Threatening the Internet Archive—But It’s Not As Dire As You May Have Heard, Vox, June 23, 2020

The Movement toward Equity, Public Libraries Online, May 22, 2020

Libraries Brace for Budget Cuts, Inside Higher Ed, April 17, 2020

Research Librarians Want Publishers to Act, in “Latest Coronavirus News,” Inside Higher Ed, March 27, 2020

Overdue: Closing Libraries, Inside Higher Ed, March 19, 2020

Libraries’ Anderson Selected for Leadership and Career Development Program, University of Arizona, March 11, 2020

Ryan Clough, “Librarians at Odds with Makers over Copyright Bill,” interview by Dave Miller, Think Out Loud, Oregon Public Broadcasting, March 2, 2020

The Association of Research Libraries “Strongly Opposes” Proposals to Cut Federal Library Programs and the Institute of Museum and Library Services, in “Morning Education,” Politico, February 12, 2020

Making Research Books More “Discoverable” Online, EdSurge, December 9, 2019

TOME Thinks OER Is the Solution for a Sustainable Academic Publishing Model, ElearningInside News, December 6, 2019

Are You Ready to ROR? An Inside Look at this New Organization Identifier Registry, Scholarly Kitchen, December 4, 2019

Special Collections Hosts ARL Kaleidoscope Program Scholar, University of Arizona Libraries, November 26, 2019

Meet the ARL Fellow for Digital and Inclusive ExcellenceClaudia Konings, Emory University Libraries Blog, November 22, 2019

Move by Journals to “Seamless” Off-campus Access Raises Privacy Concerns, Science, November 15, 2019

Reference Desk Removal Increases Efficiency for Library Users, Daily Nexus, October 27, 2019

MSU Librarian Named Visiting Program Officer, MSUToday, October 11, 2019

The Future of Campus Libraries? “Sticky Interdependence,” Chronicle of Higher Education, October 9, 2019

Libraries Supports Faculty Member’s Open-access Publication through TOME, Penn State News, October 3, 2019

UVa Project Aims to Ease Book Access for People with Disabilities, Daily Progress, August 10, 2019

U of R Library Staff Member Lese Taylor Named Diversity Scholar by Association of Research Libraries, University of Richmond, August 5, 2019

The War to Free Science: How Librarians, Pirates, and Funders Are Liberating the World’s Academic Research from Paywalls, Vox, July 10, 2019

Gibbons Named Vice Provost for Collections and Scholarly Communications, Yale News, June 18, 2019

Librarian of Congress Appoints Michelle Light Director of Special Collections, Library of Congress, June 14, 2019

Are “Big Deals” Actually Good Deals? Inside Higher Ed, May 30, 2019

University of Maryland Names Adriene Lim Dean of University Libraries, Daily Record, May 29, 2019

University Libraries “Thank You” Video Wins Award for Diversity, Penn State News, May 28, 2019

UK Names University of Wisconsin–Madison Librarian Doug Way as Next Dean of Libraries, KyForward, May 9, 2019

A Lesson from UC’s Split with Elsevier: Keep the Faculty in the Loop, Chronicle of Higher Education, March 1, 2019

Library Associations Pledge to Address Racism, Inside Higher Ed, February 4, 2019

Open-Access Best SellersInside Higher Ed, June 1, 2018