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NISO awarded IMLS grant for collaborative collections lifecycle project – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 8/3/22

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Library Technology Guides reports that “The National Information Standards Organization, the Partnership for Academic Library Collaboration and Innovation, and Lehigh University Libraries, along with 27 other partner organizations, have been awarded a National Leadership Grant for Libraries by the Institute of Museum and Library Services for a Collaborative Collections Lifecycle Project. The CCLP will create a suite of best practices, improve standards, and prototype middleware infrastructure for the development…”


According to this announcement, College Libraries Ontario (CLO) is excited to announce the official launch of Page 1+, the innovative new search tool for industry-relevant resources. The Page 1+ consortium includes 20 Ontario college libraries that will use Page 1+.
Page 1+ is an outcome of CLO’s ongoing commitment to collaboration. By sharing in the operation and maintenance of a single universal system, the 20 participating libraries of Page 1+ can expand their capabilities, allowing for a more efficient and robust research process for Ontario college students and faculty, and creating new opportunities for growth...”


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Core Forum – October 13-15, 2022, Salt Lake City! Core Forum will provide an opportunity to reconnect with fellow colleagues and make new connections while celebrating the interconnected library work Core members share. The Forum will feature a welcome reception on Thursday night, keynote presentation, 16+ concurrent sessions, exhibits, and poster sessions… “Participants from diverse areas of librarianship will enjoy two days of presentations, interactive panel discussions, and activities both thought-provoking and highly relevant to their current and future career paths. The Forum will engage the collective expertise of presenters and participants, facilitating enriching conversations, and learning opportunities. Everyone, including non-Core members, are encouraged to register and bring questions, share their experiences, and perspectives to the event...”

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