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Catharine Bond Hill,  John B. King, Jr.  and David Brooks at the ATI Presidential Summit

Catharine Bond Hill, John B. King, Jr. and David Brooks at the ATI Presidential Summit

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October 26, 2018

Roger Schonfeld at the XVI International Conference on University Libraries in Mexico City

On Friday, October 26, Roger Schonfeld is speaking at the XVI International Conference on University Libraries in Mexico City. His panel is on the “Responsibility of the Library in Cultural Diversity and Social Inclusion,” and he will be joined by  Alexa Milley Gómez Restrepo, Centro de Ciencias Genómicas, UNAM. México, and Ricardo Chamorro Rodríguez, Biblioteca y Archivo de la Universidad de Cádiz. España. For more information, please visit the conference website.
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October 10, 2018

What’s Hot and Cooking in Scholarly and Academic Publishing?

Roger Schonfeld at the Frankfurt Book Fair

On October 10, 2018, Roger Schonfeld is participating in a roundtable discussion on “What’s Hot and Cooking in Scholarly and Academic Publishing?” at the Frankfurt Book Fair. This event, a collaboration between SSP, The Scholarly Kitchen, and the Frankfurt Book Fair, is free to all Fair attendees and will run from 8:45 am to 10:00 am. For more information and to register, please see the SSP website. About the event: The Scholarly Kitchen Chefs (blog contributors) explore what’s next…
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October 9, 2018

Supporting Student Success at Community Colleges

An Educause Webinar with Christine Wolff-Eisenberg and Dr. Braddlee

On Tuesday, October 9, Christine Wolff-Eisenberg and NOVA’s Dr. Braddlee are presenting at an EDUCAUSE ELI webinar. The webinar will run from 1:00 – 2:00 pm (ET). To register, please visit the EDUCAUSE website. About the webinar: What goals are community college students trying to achieve through their education? What challenges are they facing? What library and other academic support services might help them succeed? These questions are at the center of a multiyear research project that Ithaka S+R…
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September 28, 2018

Deanna Marcum at the Past, Present, and Future of Libraries Conference

On September 28, 2018, Deanna Marcum is speaking on “The Making of Digital Libraries for the Scholarly Community” panel at the American Philosophical Society’s Past, Present, and Future of Libraries Conference. For more information, and to see the program, please visit the society’s website.    …
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September 28, 2018

Danielle Cooper at the Joint Conference of Librarians of Color

Roundtable on Incorporating Indigenous Methodologies into Library Research

Danielle Cooper, Deborah Lee (University of Saskatchewan), and Anthony Sanchez (University of Arizona) are facilitating a roundtable discussion on incorporating Indigenous methodologies into library research at the Joint Conference of Librarians of Color in September. The conference is being held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. For more information, see the conference website. Roundtable abstract: Academic library practices that are inclusive to Indigenous communities are grounded in the recognition that Indigenous cultures feature unique experiences and knowledges. This work cannot be fully supported without a…
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September 26, 2018

Rayane Alamuddin Presents Findings from the First-Year Programming at Two-Year Institutions Study

TyFy Conference in Orlando

On Wednesday, September 26, Rayane Alamuddin will present findings from the First-Year Programming at Two-Year Institutions study at the TYFY Conference in Orlando, Florida. Ithaka S+R will also release the publication of the study that day. For more information and to register, please see the conference website.
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August 26, 2018

Danielle Cooper at IFLA

On Sunday, August 26, Danielle Cooper will speak on the “Decolonizing Academic Library Research with Indigenous Methodologies: A Collaborative Approach” panel at the 84th IFLA General Conference and Assembly in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Danielle and Camille Callison of the University of Manitoba will discuss the ongoing research support services project on indigenous studies. The panel is part of a larger session on “Diverse Indigenous Voices: Decolonizing, Transforming and Centering Practices – Indigenous Matters,” which will run from 9:30 –…
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June 25, 2018

Danielle Cooper Presents on the Indigenous Studies Research Support Services Project

ALA's Library Research Roundtable Chair’s Program

On Monday, June 25, Danielle Cooper will discuss the methodology of the Research Support Services project on Indigenous Studies at the ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans. Her talk is part of the Library Research Roundtable Chair’s Program, which runs from 10-11:00 am. For more information about the conference and to register, please see the ALA website. Paper abstract: Library practices that are inclusive to Indigenous communities are grounded in the recognition that Indigenous cultures feature unique experiences and knowledges.
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June 23, 2018

First Listen: Advocating for Equity and Inclusion

Liam Sweeney at the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries Annual Conference

On Saturday, June 23, Liam Sweeney will take part in a panel discussion, “First Listen: Advocating for Equity and Inclusion,” at the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries Annual Conference in Miami. He will be drawing on lessons learned from the museum case studies in diversity. For more information about the conference, see the AAMG website. From the conference website: The panel will discuss strategies, techniques, and resources used by their own institutions to address diversity issues as a…
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June 7, 2018

Danielle Cooper at UXLIBS IV

In June, Danielle Cooper will speak at the UXLIBS IV Conference in Sheffield, UK, on the Indigenous Studies Research Support Services project. Abstract Thirty-five librarians at 12 academic libraries are currently conducting a collaborative qualitative study on supporting Indigenous Studies scholars utilizing Indigenous methodologies. This presentation shares the project’s methodology towards exploring how Indigenous approaches to inquiry can be developed in support of decolonizing academic library practice including user experience research. For more information, please visit the conference website.
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May 31, 2018

Engaging Staff in Evidence-Based Approaches to User-Centric Library Services

Danielle Cooper at the CONUL Annual Conference

On Thursday, May 31, Danielle Cooper and Siobhan Dunne, Trinity College Dublin, will speak on “Engaging Staff in Evidence-Based Approaches to User-Centric Library Services” at the CONUL Annual Conference in Galway, Ireland. The talk is part of a session on measuring the impact & effectiveness of library services and will run from 12:15 to 1:25 pm. For more information and to register, please see the conference website.    …
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May 31, 2018

Martin Kurzweil at The New York Times Higher Ed Leaders Forum

Big Data: Managing Risks and Seizing Opportunities

On Thursday, May 31, 2018, Martin Kurzweil will serve as a discussion leader on “Big Data: Managing Risks and Seizing Opportunities” at The New York Times Higher Ed Leaders Forum. The session will run from 12:30 – 2:00 pm. The event is being held in TheTimesCenter in New York City. For more information, please see the event website. About the forum: For the presidents, chancellors and provosts of our nation’s colleges and universities, issues on campus grow more urgent…
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May 30, 2018

Roger Schonfeld Delivers Keynote Address at the Big Ten Academic Alliance Conference

On Wednesday, May 30, Roger Schonfeld will deliver the keynote address at the Big Ten Academic Alliance Conference at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. His talk, “Current Trends and Technologies for Discovery and Discoverability,” will begin at 9:30 am. For more information about the conference, please see the agenda.
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May 18, 2018

Catharine Bond Hill at the Education Writers Association National Seminar

Higher Ed Affordability

On Friday, May 18, Cappy Hill will speak on a panel about higher ed affordability at the Education Writers Association National Seminar in Los Angeles. The session runs from 9:00 am – noon. For more details and to register, please visit the EWA website. Session abstract: Deep Dive: Higher Ed Affordability: – You want a story that gets clicks? “Student loans” gets more Google search love than Prince Harry, Paula Abdul or Robert Mueller! Learn everything you need to know…
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May 8, 2018

Museum Inclusion: Roger Schonfeld and Liam Sweeney at AAM

American Alliance of Museums Annual Conference

On Tuesday, May 8, Roger Schonfeld and Liam Sweeney are presenting on the case studies in museum diversity at the American Alliance of Museums Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. They will be joined by Nicole Ivy, the director of inclusion at the American Alliance of Museums. For more information and to register, please see the AAM website. About the program: Several case studies were conducted as a follow-up to the groundbreaking 2015 Art Museum Staff Demographic Survey funded…
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April 27, 2018

The Turn to Researcher Workflow and Key Implications for Publishers and Libraries

Roger Schonfeld at the Fiesole Collection Development Retreat

On Friday, April 27, at 9:00 am, Roger Schonfeld will speak on “The Turn to Researcher Workflow and Key Implications for Publishers and Libraries” at the Fiesole Collection Development Retreat in Barcelona, Spain. For more information, please visit the retreat’s website. About the retreat: The 2018 Fiesole Retreat will once again examine new technologies and service models, as well as issues in collection development and librarianship. We will also look at the role of the Library as a laboratory…
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April 25, 2018

The Future of Access

Roger Schonfeld Moderates Panel at the STM US Annual Conference

Roger Schonfeld is moderating a panel on “The Future of Access” at STM’s US Annual Conference on Wednesday, April 25, at 3:15. The panelists include Gaby Appleton, managing director of Mendeley, Yann Mahé, director of innovation & business development at MyScienceWork, and Rob McGrath, CEO of Readcube. The conference is taking place in Philadelphia, and registration is open through the STM website. Panel abstract: The fate of the music business looms over STM publishers like darkening storm clouds. Content providers…
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April 24, 2018

Breaking Down the Silos

Roger Schonfeld at the STM Society Day Conference

On Tuesday, April 24, Roger Schonfeld is participating in the STM Society Day Conference in Philadelphia. This year’s theme, “Breaking Down the Silos,” takes as its starting point Roger’s recent Scholarly Kitchen post, “Workflow Strategy for Those Left Behind: Strategic Context.” Roger will also speak during the 1:15 panel on “Coordinating all aspects of research.” He will be joined by Penelope Lewis, American Chemical Society, Erin Lavik, University of Maryland, and Karen McCord, Breezio. Phil Jones, Digital Science, will moderate…
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April 23, 2018

Martin Kurzweil at the DEAC Annual Conference

Distance Education Accrediting Commission

On Monday, April 23, Martin Kurzweil is speaking on a panel at the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) Annual Conference in San Diego. The panel, “Disrupting the Ecosystem,” runs from 10:45 – noon. For more information and to register, see the conference website. Panel description: The once stable ecosystem of policies, processes, services and technologies that surrounds every learner is under disruptive stress. The affordances of technology as experienced through shared content, open educational resources (OERs) and outsourced services…
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April 13, 2018

Limitations on Access: The Independent Scholar and Lifelong Learner

Roger Schonfeld at CNI

On Friday, April 13, at 9:00 am, Roger Schonfeld, Cecilia Preston, and Sarah Hare will discuss “Limitations on Access: The Independent Scholar and Lifelong Learner,” at the CNI Spring Meeting in San Diego. For more information about the conference, please see CNI’s website. Panel abstract: The vast majority of university students are at peak lifetime access to scholarly resources. After graduation, despite some alumni provisions and public library efforts, their access to indices, databases, and content platforms shrinks substantially.