EDUCAUSE Review: Special Report | Digital Transformation
Edcause Review Steven Bell, Published: Friday, April 15, 2022
LIBER blog post, “Support SCOSS (the Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services) in Providing Funding for Three Essential Services (arXiv, Redalyc/AmeliCA,and DSpace) for the Open Research Community."
OASPA blog post and report from cross-stakeholder workshops
Primary Research Group Inc. has published the International Survey of Academic Research Library Dataset Purchasing Practices, ISBN 978-157440-688-7
Open Educational Resources: The Story of Change and Evolving Perceptions. Mirela Roncevic Library Relations, Knowledge Unlatched
from the post: "What exactly has contributed to the explosion of OERs in recent years? The steep cost of textbooks and higher education in general, particularly in the United States, is frequently attributed to their popularity perhaps more than any other factor."
FYI - ACRL task force report
New blog post available on Jisc joining Sparc Europe
Blog post from Dr. Steve Albrecht in Library Service, Safety, & Security" section of Library 2.0: "Is There Hidden Bias at Your Library?"
RLUK published results of a major survey exploring the role, and potential role, of research and academic libraries as partners in, and leaders of, research.
Get the latest predictions from the latest report from Association Research Libraries (USA). They include predictions on technology and ways of working in a post covid world
The Creating Socially Distanced Campuses and Education (SDCE) Project has now published its Final Capstone Report, providing a summary of the project's outcomes.
Information Literacy Group Covid-19 and Information Literacy: A selective list of useful resources
The June issue of the Journal of Information Literacy is published and free to read and download.
Collection weeding: Innovative processes and tools to ease the burden,The Journal of Academic Librarianship May 2020
"Socially distanced on campus education: the next big question" 04 May 2020 | Doug Parkin
An article by Dan Cohen on Controlled Digital Lending and the recent court case between the Internet Archive and various publishers is a great overview of CDL, the current state of play in the US and more generally, the kind of transformations on ebooks have had on libraries.
The December 2022 issue of the IFLA Metadata Newsletter is now available. Published twice a year, the Newsletter is a joint production of the IFLA Bibliography, Cataloguing, and Subject Analysis and Access Sections.
EDUCAUSE 2022 Horizon Action Plan: Hybrid Learning
EDUCAUSE Report 2022 Students and Technology Report: Rebalancing the Student Experience
EDUCAUSE Review Weathering the Storm: Targeted and Timely Analytics to Support Disengaged Students Sept 1st 2022
EDUCAUSE Review Artificial Intelligence: Where are we now. Special Report
EDUCAUSE Review Digital Transformation Special Report
Future States of the Research Library: Claire Stewart, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Libraries
Library as Place: Kornelia Tancheva, University of Pittsburgh Library System
Impressions from a Former ARL LCDP Fellow of the Pandemons Class: Martha Alvarado Anderson, University of Arkansas Libraries
Mitigating Health Misinformation: Potential Roles for Academic Libraries: Jeffery L. Loo and Erik T. Mitchell, University of California San Diego Library