Library Collaboration Research
Art libraries can look to innovative partnerships and collaborations as an important strategy for responding to strained budgets and to building institutional sustainability. The Operationalizing the Art Research Collective Collection project was designed to identify new possibilities for collaboration and partnership models that support sustainable, ongoing availability of the rich collections of art libraries to researchers, wherever they may be. The project used a mixed method approach, incorporating analysis of library data and case study interviews.
The need to adapt during a crisis is often the impetus for change. During this presentation, Ixchel Faniel will share findings from an OCLC Research project that looked into the future with twenty-nine global leaders from public, two-year, four-year, and research libraries. As these leaders reflected on their responses to rapidly changing community and institutional needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, they discussed the changes they want to take into the future. These discussions illuminated new and evolving practices and policies to support the work, collections, and engagement experiences in libraries as they move beyond the pandemic.
Topics: New Model Library, Open Access, Library Consortia, Institutional Organization
This webinar is the first in a series offered by the OCLC Research Library Partnership focusing on cross-campus collaboration in research support.
Topics: Research Information Management, Role of Libraries in Data Curation, Institutional Organization, Research Support, Research Data Management, Works in Progress
In this session with OCLC Research, learn how libraries have strengthened community by connecting, collaborating, and supporting each other amid a tumultuous and ever-shifting landscape.
Topics: Research Library Partnership, New Model Library
State Library of Ohio
Malpas presents the keynote address at OhioLINK library directors meeting.
Topics: Library Trends
Denver, CO (US)
Malpas details the University Futures, Library Futures project that examined the impact of increasing differentiation of US higher education on the organization of academic libraries; and the shift from collection-centric model of excellence to engagement-oriented model supporting distinctive needs of parent institution.
Topics: Library Consortia, Library Trends
Baltimore, Maryland (USA)
In this presentation, researchers Malpas and Stein delve into the University Futures, Library Futures project that examined the impact of increasing differentiation of US higher education on the organization of academic libraries.