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Forty-four new or updated datasets from the National Library of Medicine, Digital Earth Africa, Amazon, and others are available – Plus More ATG News & Announcements

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44 New or Updated Datasets Available on the Registry of Open Data from the National Library of Medicine, Digital Earth Africa, Amazon, and Others

According to infoDOCKET “Forty-four new or updated datasets from the National Library of Medicine, Digital Earth Africa, Amazon, and others are available on the Registry of Open Data in the following categories COVID-19, Agriculture, Climate and Weather, Energy, Geospatial, Life Sciences, and Machine Learning, …”

STM’s Peer Review Taxonomy to be formalized as an ANSI/NISO standard

Library Technology Guides reports that “The National Information Standards Organization and STM, the International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers announced the formation of a new NISO Working Group to formalize the Peer Review Taxonomy as an ANSI/NISO standard, following approval of the project by NISO Voting Members late last month. NISO invites volunteers to join the soon-to-be-formed Working Group, which will be merged with the existing STM Working Group…”


New Report From Research Libraries UK (RLUK) : “New Frontiers of Digital Access: The Development and Delivery of Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces Amongst Collection-Holding Institutions”

Also according to infoDOCKETRLUK has published a major research report exploring the development and delivery of Virtual Reading Rooms (VRRs) and Virtual Teaching Spaces (VTSs) amongst archives, special collections, and museums.
New Frontiers of Digital Access: The development and delivery of Virtual Reading Rooms and Virtual Teaching Spaces amongst collection-holding institutions presents the results from a major international survey of libraries, archives, and museums, conducted by RLUK in May-June 2021…”

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