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Library Impact Research Report: Faculty Publication Patterns at a Large Urban University and Correlation with Collections Use and Size – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 7/11/22

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ARL reports that “as part of ARL’s Research Library Impact Framework initiative, the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) conducted a study to demonstrate how the availability and use of library collections impacts faculty productivity and publication patterns over time. To address these questions, the project used various statistics: collection size (measured by journal holdings), collection use (measured by number of references in the publications), number of publications by faculty, publication impact (measured by number of citations), number of co-authors, grant funding, page counts, and faculty demographic information. (See the link to the original article to access the entire report.)


Duke University Libraries is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Civil Rights Movement Archive (CRMA) that designates the Duke Libraries as the stewards who will preserve and sustain the CRMA when the current managers are no longer able to carry the work forward…”


MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES

Announcing our Philosophy of Access to Research and Scholarship (University of Tennessee)

Research Tools: Web Archive With Astronomical Photographic Plates Goes Online


CONFERENCES, MEETINGS, & WEBINARS

ACRL Presents: Ethical Engagement in Learning AnalyticsAccording to ACRL InsiderACRL Presents webcast “Ethical Engagement in Learning Analytics: Lessons Learned by Campus Colleagues” at 1:00 p.m. Central on Friday, July 22, 2022…
“In this webinar, hear from a panel of higher education experts in learning analytics, data governance, data privacy, data security, and assessment. These panelists have addressed many of the questions libraries are currently grappling with and are now engaging in learning analytics and assessment with and on behalf of their students.
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Library (Library of Congress) to Host Biannual Copyright Public Modernization Committee Meeting on July 28 – “The third public meeting of the Copyright Public Modernization Committee will take place virtually on July 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. EST. The meeting will include remarks from Register of Copyrights Shira Perlmutter and Judith Conklin, the Library’s chief information officer, as well as an update on the development of the Enterprise Copyright System (ECS) and related copyright IT modernization efforts. ECS is a modern IT platform being built by the Library to simplify the process for the public to conduct business with the Copyright Office...”

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