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ATGthePodcast 223 – A Conversation With Jonathan Grant, Founding Director, Different Angles

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In today’s episode, Matthew Ismail, a Conference Director and Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings, talks with Jonathan Grant, the Founding Director of Different Angles Ltd, a consultancy that focuses on the social impact of universities and research. His main interests are in biomedical and health R&D policy, research impact assessment, the use of research and evidence in policy and decision-taking, and the social purpose of universities in the 21st century. Jonathan has significant international experience, having helped formulate and implement R&D and other strategies in, for example, the UK, Greece, Norway, Qatar, Oman, Abu Dhabi, Australia, Canada and the USA. Jonathan’s book, The New Power University, the social purpose of higher education in the 21st century, was published by Pearson in March 2021.

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LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-grant-0aa26827/

 

Twitter:

Keywords:  #DifferentAngles, #scholarly, #academia,  #research, #impact, #influential, #leadership, #universities, #learning, #education, #knowledge, #integrity,  #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 222 – A Conversation With Tuve Floden, Scholar, Middle Eastern Studies, Founder of the Blog “Other Things”

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In today’s episode, we’re talking with Tuve Floden, Scholar, Middle Eastern Studies and Founder of the Blog “Other Things.” Tuve is interviewed by Matthew Ismail, a Conference Director and Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings.

Tuve Floden is an independent scholar of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies with a PhD in Islamic Studies from Georgetown University. Tuve and Matthew discuss the work of an independent scholar and the differences between communicating with the public via scholarly articles and books and communicating via a blog and video. Tuve is able to access most of his resources via Google and limited guest visits to university libraries, but he finds that the abundance of open access resources is a boon to an independent scholar.

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/tuvefloden/

Keywords:  #OtherThingsBlog, #MiddleEast, #books, #literature, #ArabLit, #culture, #scholarly, #academia,  #research, #learning, #education, #knowledge, #integrity,  #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 221 – A Conversation With Paul Killoran, Founder, CEO, Ex Ordo

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In today’s episode, we’re talking with Paul Killoran, Founder and CEO, Ex Ordo. Paul is interviewed by Matthew Ismail, a Conference Director and Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings.

In their conversation, Paul lays out his ideas on how societies can expand their opportunities and increase engagement by using data from conference and publishing platforms in new ways. Societies have access to more data than they may realize and this data can be transformative. Paul’s ideas are very interesting and could help societies gain more independence to support their missions.

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LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulkilloran/

Keywords:, #ExOrdo, #data, #ScholarlyEvents, #events, #scholarly, #partners, #technology, #academia, #trust, #learning, #education, #knowledge, #integrity,  #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 220 – Evaluating AI Tools For Researchers: A Guide For Libraries

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Audio from the 2022 Charleston Conference from a Session titled “Evaluating AI Tools For Researchers: A Guide For Libraries.”

This session was presented by Michael Upshall, Consultant, Former Publisher, and Igor Brbre, Information Specialist, NHS Healthcare Improvement, Scotland, and research librarian.

In this session, Michael and Igor outline an assessment framework for evaluating new AI-based tools, from an evaluation of the corpus to being able to measure accuracy and effectiveness, as well as being able to identify biases and inequalities.

The evaluation framework is exemplified in a case study including a measured trial of some of these tools, comparing human and machine-facilitated approaches to the research process, and comparing time taken and quality of results, using data from a health library. Until now, much of the help provided by libraries in the form of fact sheets and how-to guides has been evaluated only subjectively; this case studies aims to show a better way to evaluate these tools, using statistically valid samples plus feedback from users to identify how widely used and how successful these tools are, in the hopes of being better equipped to evaluate new AI utilities for research and submission.

Video of the presentation available at:  https://youtu.be/ifZ-xQKw-oY?si=CQ3Yflo-zhJV_VMO

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mupshall/

 Twitter:

Keywords: #AI, #AITools, #AIServices, #research, #knowledge,  #scholcomm, #collaboration,#engagement, #problemsolvers, #publishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers,

ATGthePodcast 219 – A Conversation With David Myers, CEO at Data Licensing Alliance and DMedia Associates

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ATGthePodcast 219 - A Conversation With David Myers, CEO at Data Licensing Alliance and DMedia Associates
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In today’s episode, we’re talking with David Myers, CEO at Data Licensing Alliance and DMedia Associates. David is interviewed by Matthew Ismail, a Conference Director and Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings.

David worked for seven years at Wolters Kluwer in licensing and was deeply involved in inbound licensing of data before founding his consultancy, DMedia Associates, 17 years ago when Print was everything. Then, people realized what digital data meant. David founded his other business, Data Licensing Alliance, four years ago.  He consults mainly with STM publishers, and helps companies monetize their digital assets and provides guidance on AI policy. David also talks about how he became involved in licensing of digital assets and what the current business climate is for this process and the challenges involved. 

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-myers-a1829a/

Keywords:, #data, #dladata, #AI, #license, #trust, #learning, #education, #knowledge #research, #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 218 – Instructional Design and the Library: Joining forces to create engaging and inclusive online courses

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Audio from the 2022 Charleston Conference from a Session titled “Instructional Design and the Library: Joining forces to create engaging and inclusive online courses”

Instructional design is an exciting field that can help create inclusive, accessible and engaging learning experiences for library patrons. While this work presents challenges, expertise is continually growing in this increasingly evidence-based field. As learning communities become increasingly digitized, librarians have an opportunity to become increasingly connected to instructional design teams within their own institutions. But what do librarians need to know about instructional design so that they can best benefit from what it has to offer? And how can they influence how online course resources are designed so they better meet patrons’ needs?

This session brings together a Library Engagement Manager, a Librarian, and an Instructional Designer to explore three aspects of instructional design:

●     The application of the “universal design” framework for Learning to ensure online resources can engage a broad range of learners, whatever their ability

●     The challenges and opportunities of creating asynchronous online course resources; and

●     Learnings and lessons from online course development

This session was presented by Rachel Crookes, Associate Director, SAGE Campus, Kaneisha Gaston, Library Engagement Manager, SAGE, Sarah Morris, head of instruction and engagement, Emory Libraries, Emory University, and Emma Slayton, Data Curation, Visualization, and GIS Specialist, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries.

Video of the presentation available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mcy09cSUMxg

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-crookes-6545994/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaneisha-gaston-8310a725/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahemorris1/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/1-emma-slayton/

Keywords: #onlinecourses, #onlinelearning, #learningtechnology, #highered, #learning, #research, #knowledge, #scholarship, #scholcomm, #collaboration,#engagement, #problemsolvers, #publishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 217 – “How Open Is Open?: A Conversation about Open Access Publishing, Transformative Agreements, and DEIA”

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Audio from the 2022 Charleston Conference from a Session titled “How Open Is Open?: A Conversation about Open Access Publishing, Transformative Agreements, and DEIA.”

“At its core, open access (OA) publishing aims to provide equitable access to all worldwide. With diverse open access publishing models, a variety of transformative agreements, and different forms of peer review, OA works to ensure diversity, equity, inclusion, and access (DEIA) in many ways. Yet, issues of DEIA are still pervasive in this publishing model. In addition, transformative agreements present their own opportunities and challenges that intersect with DEIA and open access publishing considerations. This lively panel discussion will include questions and issues to explore, including perspectives from librarians and a medium-sized publisher.”

This session was presented by Sarah Norris, Scholarly Communication Librarian, University of Central Florida, Christopher Vidas Head, Collections & Acquisitions, Clemson University, and Nick Newcomer, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, IGI Global.

Video of the presentation available at: https://youtu.be/BWyBJpy3dBc?si=e7fPdsXnk4NBtzcl

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanorris/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-vidas-a515a473/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-newcomer-08b6a0a1/

Keywords: #OA, #OpenAccess, #OAPublishing, #TransformativeAgreements, #books, #knowledge, #scholarship, #scholcomm, #DEIA, #collaboration,#engagement, #problemsolvers, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 216 – “Historians and Librarians Unite: 25 Years of Collaborations”

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Audio from the 2022 Charleston Conference from a Session titled “Historians and Librarians Unite: 25 years of Collaborations.”

Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000 (WASM) first appeared online in December 1997. Over 25 years this online journal and database has grown to include some 200,000 pages of primary documents and interpretive documents building on those documents. In the process of constructing the database, its historian editors have collaborated extensively with librarian authors. In this panel, they share the experiences of three librarians who became major contributors.

This session was presented by Thomas Dublin (SUNY Binghamton), Cindy Ingold (University of Illinois), Kelly Blessinger (Louisiana State University Libraries), and Tammie Busch (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville).

Video of the presentation available at:   

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/cindy-ingold-7a51a316/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-blessinger-ba1a73b0/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/tammiebusch/

Twitter:

Keywords: #books, #ebooks, #knowledge, #scholarship, #scholcomm, #collaboration,#engagement, #problemsolvers, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

 

ATGthePodcast 215 – A Conversation with Shaharima Parvin, Senior Assistant Librarian, East West University, Bangladesh

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ATGthePodcast 215 - A Conversation with Shaharima Parvin, Senior Assistant Librarian, East West University, Bangladesh
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In today’s episode, we’re talking with Shaharima Parvin, Senior Assistant Librarian at East West University in Bangladesh and a CrossRef Ambassador. Shaharima is interviewed by Matthew Ismail, a Conference Director, and Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings.

Shaharima talks with Matthew about the structure of the higher education system within Bangladesh. She also discusses open educational resources and how they’re being used in Bagladesh, and how advocating for the use of OER’s and open access educational materials with stakeholders is very important to her.  Also, whether cooperation in higher education is possible within South Asia when there are so many different languages and different cultures present.    

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaharima/

Twitter:

Keywords:, #scholcomm, #AcademicLibrary, #academia, #HigherEd, #OER, #OpenEductionResources, #collections, #learning, #education, #knowledge #research, #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 214 – A Conversation with Boaz Nadev Manes, University Librarian, Lehigh University

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ATGthePodcast 214 - A Conversation with Boaz Nadev Manes, University Librarian, Lehigh University
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In today’s episode, we’re talking with Boaz Nadev Manes, University Librarian, Lehigh University. Boaz is interviewed by Matthew Ismail, a Conference Director and Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings.

Boaz gives an update on the Collaborative Collection Lifecycle Project which he spoke with Matthew about last year on an episode of our podcast. 

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/boaz-nadav-manes-b526583b/

 

Twitter:

Keywords:, #scholcomm, #ScholarlyPublishing, #openaccess, #collections, #Innovation, #learning, #education, #knowledge #research, #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #podcasts

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