What was New 2009 Monday, 8 March 2010

 

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  • Learning to share, By Zoë Corbyn, Matthew Reisz. Times Higher Education, 12 November 2009 "Free, immediate and permanently available research results for all - that's what the open-access campaigners want. Unsurprisingly, the subscription publishers disagree." (UK)
11 November, 2009
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  • Web 2.0 use in libraries. A list for anyone interested in Web 2.0 and its uses in libraries. Specifically for those interested in developing Web 2.0 content for their library service, including social networking tools, mashups and other media. LIS-WEB2@JISCMAIL.AC.UK (UK)
  • ARL Survey on E-science and Data Support: Initial Findings. Sponsored by the Library Roles in Research, Teaching, and Learning Steering Committee. Presenter: Wendy Lougee. Proceedings of the 155th ARL Membership Meeting (US)
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28 July, 2009
  • Final OLE Project Report. Open Library Environment project (OLE Project). This project has received funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to enable the library community to deliberate together and deliver a design for the next generation of library automation services. (US)
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  • The Transformative Potential of Open Educational Resources (OER). Four pioneers from the Open Educational Resources community offered their insights into “The transformative potential of Open Educational Resources (OER)” at the SPARC-ACRL Forum, held during the 2009 American Library Association Midwinter Meeting in Denver, CO. (US)
17 July, 2009
  • Campus Outreach Initiative Talking Points. Campus Outreach to Scholarly Society Leaders, Editors, and Members: Promoting positive change and a continuing role for scholarly societies. Association of Research Libraries (US)
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  • Make It Digital. DigitalNZ - includes guides for good digitisation practice. National Library of New Zealand (NZ)
  • Calendar. Issue 2, 2009, now available. Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) (AU)
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  • OECD’s education lighthouse for the way out of the crisis. The economic and social crisis is having an increasing impact on education. This collaborative website has been set up to leverage the collective intelligence of the global education community in shaping the post-crisis economy and society. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (FR)
  • 2009 August 17-18 Sydney CAUL Industry Think Tank 2009: Global Economic Crisis: Library Consortia, Publishers and Content Providers Working Together. Council of Australian University Librarians. Invitation Only. http://www.caul.edu.au/meetings/thinktank2009.html
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  • CollectionsCare proposes a system of staffed regional hubs where communities and governments can work in partnership to develop and care for Australia’s distributed cultural and scientific collections. Collections Council of Australia (AU)
  • Digital Collection Builder (DCB). Canadiana.org The Digital Collection Builder (DCB) is an open-source software tool that makes it simple for libraries, archives, and other heritage organizations to provide access to their unique digitized collections; it brings their collections together with other Canadian online resources for Canadians and the world. (CA)
5 June, 2009
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  • Development of a web-based scholarly communications toolkit. The RIN has commissioned Mark Ware Consulting, working in partnership with Searchlighter, to help it formulate a web-based toolkit to support key stakeholders (especially research funders, higher education institutions, libraries and publishers) to apply the common principles set out in the Research and the Scholarly Communications Process: towards strategic goals for public policy. RIN (Research Information Network) (UK)
29 May, 2009
  • University Press 2.0 by Phil Pochoda, Director of University of Michigan Press, essay presented recently at a symposium on "Bookishness" organized by the Michigan Quarterly Review. (US)
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  • CAIRSS Central is delighted to launch the new CAIRSS website. The primary function of CAIRSS (CAUL Australian Institutional Repository Support Service) is to offer support for Repository Managers in the higher education sector in Australia.  This website will be the central hub for this activity. (AU)
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  • Data.gov: This site will make a broad array of U.S. Government data available. Coming soon! (US)
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  • Audit Manual Version 6.0 March 2009 - Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) (AU)
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  • Open Access: Whom would you back? Richard Poynder blogspot (UK)
  • Research Data Management Forum. In partnership with the Research Information Network, the DCC have created a new forum for the exchange of experience and best practice between the managers and technical staff from UK data centres, university repository installations and other related organisations with responsibility for the discovery, delivery and preservation of digital research output. Digital Curation Centre (UK)
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  • Advertisement. University of Durham. University Librarian. Applications close 27 March, 2009 (UK)
  • Open Access Week 2009. October 19-23, 2009 Organizers: SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition), the PLoS (The Public Library of Science), Students for FreeCulture, OASIS (the Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook); Open Access Directory (OAD); and eIFL.net (Electronic Information for Libraries) (US)
4 March, 2009
  • Harnessing the Power of Digital Data for Science and Society: report of the Interagency Working Group on Digital Data to the National Science and Technology Council. January 2009 (US)
  • Collaborative Librarianship -- Call for Papers and Participation  (eISSN: 1943-7528) sponsored by: Colorado Academic Library Consortium, Colorado Library Consortium, Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, Regis University, University of Denver (US)
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  • The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) from the United States, the National Science Foundation (NSF) from the United States, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) from Canada invites institutions to submit proposals for the Digging into Data Challenge. The proposal process will be in two stages and interested potential applicants must first send a letter of intent by 15 March 2009.  The deadline for receipt of the final proposal in response to this call will be Wednesday 15 July 2009. (UK)
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