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V35#4 September, 2023 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

AM:  Empowering Humanities and Social Sciences Through Collaborative Partnerships p. 14

Archival Collaboration, Shakespeare’s First Folio and an Open Access Resource p. 16

Leveraging Innovative Collaboration to Empower Digital Special Collections p. 18

Expanding Access to Digital Primary Sources for National History Day p. 22

The Unique Opportunities of Audio-Visual Primary Sources in Opening Up New Pathways to Discover, Learn and Create p. 24

Digital Access in a Pandemic:  Integrating and Utilising AM’s Ethnomusicology: Global Field Recordings at UCLA p. 27

Back Talk — Kicking Stones Loose:  A Modest Proposal p. 62

REVIEWS

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

Booklover — Poetry and Process p. 33

LEGAL ISSUES

Legally Speaking — (When) Will the Robots Take Our Jobs? p. 34

Questions and Answers — Copyright Column p. 36

PUBLISHING

Bet You Missed It p. 10

The Scholarly Publishing Scene — 2023 PROSE Awards p. 39

TECHNOLOGY & STANDARDS AND TEACHING & LEARNING

Learning Belongs in the Library — ChatGPT in Teaching, Learning, and Scholarly Communication:  Celebrating the Uniquely Human p. 40

Let’s Get Technical — Building Inclusive Collaborative Acquisitions:  The Purchase Request Platform p. 42

Wandering the Web — Resources for Alternative Living Spaces p. 44

BOOKSELLING AND VENDING

The Digital Toolbox — Academic Libraries & Publishers Prioritize User-Centered Services and Open Access Resources to Improve Student Academic Success p. 46

Biz of Digital — AI Writing Tools and Data Sharing Mandates:  Publishing tsunami or FAIR at last? p. 48

Optimizing Library Services — Fostering Accessibility through Library and Publisher Collaboration p. 50

INTERNATIONALLY FOCUSED

Looking Over the Edge — Connecting Preprints and Peer Review:  Toward Better Provenance, Quality, and Trustworthiness p. 51

ATG INTERVIEWS & PROFILES

Karen Phillips – Executive VP Learning and UK Executive Lead, Sage p. 55

Tim Smith – Head of Portfolio Development, IOP Publishing p. 57

Profiles Encouraged p. 59

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