According to infoDOCKET “the number of digital copies of our records in the National Archives Catalog has just surpassed 150 million. Digitizing large quantities of our records is an important goal for NARA because we know that not everyone can come to our facilities. Providing these records online democratizes access to them.
Library Technology Guides reports that “The Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) and Public Library Association (PLA) now offer Benchmark: Library Metrics and Trends to power library data analysis and visualization. This new digital resource can help libraries plan, make informed decisions, and tell the story of their impact. Through Benchmark, library professionals have access to a centralized collection of their library data and the ability to compare with peer libraries using a robust set of visualization and reporting tools…”
MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES
- University of British Columbia Library Launches Open Publishing Program to Support UBC Faculty, Staff, and Student-Led Open Journals and Texts
- The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)Awards $15 Million in American Rescue Plan Grants to Museums, Libraries and Native Communities
- Members of International Science Council endorse eight principles for reform, commit to work for change in scientific publishing