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V34#2 April, 2022 Table of Contents

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ISSUES, NEWS, & GOINGS ON

Rumors p 1

From Your Editor p. 6

Letters to the Editor p. 6

Advertising Deadlines p. 6

FEATURES

The Stalemate p. 12

The Public Knowledge Project’s Open Monograph Press p. 14

Pressbooks Reflects on a Growing Movement and How Librarians Can Move OER Forward p. 18

Fulcrum Presents the Next Big Thing in Scholarly Communications …The Book! p. 23

Where’s my stuff? A First Attempt at a Multi-supplier “My Account” Area p. 25

Back Talk — A Streetcar in Athens p. 74

REVIEWS

Reader’s Roundup: Monographic Musings & Reference Reviews p. 29

Booklover — Rhyme, Russian, Revolution, and Reason p. 34

LEGAL ISSUES

Legally Speaking — NFTs, Blockchain, and Copyright Issues p. 35

Questions and Answers — Copyright Column p. 37

PUBLISHING

Bet You Missed It p. 10

Don’s Conference Notes — The 2022 NISO Plus Conference p. 39

The Miles Conrad Lecture p. 44

And They Were There — Reports of Meetings p. 46

TECHNOLOGY & STANDARDS AND TEACHING & LEARNING

Learning Belongs in the Library — OER and Achieving Wide Faculty Adoption: Three Hurdles p. 53

The Scholarly Publishing Scene — The 2022 PROSE Awards p. 55

Let’s Get Technical — Text and Data Mining Support at the University of Chicago Library p. 57

BOOKSELLING AND VENDING

The Digital Toolbox — Q&A:  How Consortia Are Helping Shape the Present and Future for Academic Libraries p. 59

Optimizing Library Services — Embracing OER and Enhancing Digital Skills for the 21st Century:  Using Applied Digital Skills as a Powerful Teaching and Learning Tool p. 61

Biz of Digital — Digital Soundings: Fostering Interdisciplinary Digital Scholarship at UNCW p. 64

ATG INTERVIEWS & PROFILES

Michele Avissar-Whiting – Editor in Chief, Research Square p. 66

Unseen Labor:  An Interview with Ann Kardos and Gretchen Neidhardt p. 68

Profiles Encouraged p. 71

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