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Evolving AI Strategies in Libraries: Insights from Two Polls of ARL Member Representatives over Nine Months—Report Published – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 4/2/24

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Evolving AI Strategies in Libraries: Insights from Two Polls of ARL Member Representatives over Nine Months—Report Published

According to this post in ARL NEWS “The onset of new, more accessible, artificial intelligence (AI) technologies marks a significant turning point for libraries, ushering in a period rich with both unparalleled opportunities and complex challenges. In this era of swift technological transformation, libraries stand at a critical intersection. To effectively chart this transition, two quick polls were conducted among members of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) to capture changing perspectives on the potential impact of AI, assess the extent of AI exploration and implementation within libraries, and identify AI applications relevant to the current library environment.

“Today, ARL has released the results of the two polls—analyzing and juxtaposing the outcomes of these two surveys to better understand how library leaders are managing the complexities of integrating AI into their operations and services. The report also includes recommendations for ARL research libraries. Download the report, Evolving AI Strategies in Libraries: Insights from Two Polls of ARL Member Representatives over Nine Months.


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CONFERENCES, MEETINGS & WEBINARS

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Upcoming webinar: “The Right To Deposit – Uniform Guidance to Ensure Author Compliance and Public Access” (Office of Scholarly CommunicationUniversity of California)

“The Right To Deposit – Uniform Guidance to Ensure Author Compliance and Public Access” is a free webinar that will be held on April 16th from 11:00-1:30 pm PDT (2:00-3:30 EDT). It will explore the deposit rights environment authors will face under new, zero-embargo public access policies from federal funders, and the role institutions can play in supporting these rights. Authors and librarians at US higher education institutions are encouraged to attend to learn more about the details of these new policies and what their rights are; representatives and staff from funding agencies are also invited to learn more about the rights landscape from an author’s perspective.

This free webinar is organized by the University of California (UC) and Authors Alliance and is co-sponsored by the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL), the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation, and the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC). 

We hope you’ll join us! Please register for this event in advance using your employer provided e-mail address so we understand who you are.

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