According this post in the Stanford Report “Stanford Libraries has created a new division called Research Data Services (RDS) that will collaborate with other campus units, such as the Stanford Research Computing Center, to provide services for Stanford scholars across the university working with data. …”
MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES
- Neil Gaiman, Alok Menon, Naomi Klein, Saul Williams, and 300+ authors pen open letter supporting libraries’ rights in the digital age
- Best-selling Author James Patterson Donates $2 Million to Help PEN America Raise its Reach, Voice, and Influence
CONFERENCES, MEETINGS, & WEBINARS
Wednesday, October 12, 11.00am – 12.30pm Eastern Time (US/Canada)
From issues of authentication to the threats posed by ransomware, all organizations must prioritize protections for digital identities and assets. Libraries, funding agencies, content and platform providers, and end users are largely aware of the dangers, but hesitate over the potential inconvenience and hidden costs of addressing them. What can be done? This roundtable discussion will provide insights and encouragement. Confirmed speakers are: David Batho, Jisc; Robb Burgess, Silverchair; Skott Klebe, EBSCO Information Services; and Amy Pawlowski, OHIOLink.
(Monthly webinar — free for NISO members)