The OCLC Research report Social Interoperability in Research Support explores the social and structural norms that shape cross-campus collaboration in higher education and offers a conceptual model of key university stakeholders in research support. Information about their goals, interests, expertise, and crucially, the importance of cross-campus relationships in their work was synthesized from interviews conducted with practitioners from a wide range of campus stakeholders in research support. The report describes the network of campus units involved in both the provision and consumption of major categories of research support services and concludes with recommendations for establishing and maintaining successful cross-campus relationships.
Download the report at: https://oc.lc/social-interoperability
Test 6 results available
The REALM project has published the results of the sixth round of Battelle’s laboratory testing for infectious COVID-19 virus on five materials commonly found in furnishings and exhibits of archives, lib...
OCLC, Washington State University to create digital stewardship training for tribal archives, libraries, and museums, and small public libraries
OCLC’s WebJunction, in partnership with Washington State University’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation, is creating a series of 10 free online courses for staff at tribal archives, librari...
Lorcan Dempsey, OCLC Vice President and Chief Strategist, presents at RLUK’s Digital Shift Forum to consider how the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating library trends and directions that could have l...
Test 5 results available
The REALM project has published the results of the fifth round of Battelle’s laboratory testing for infectious COVID-19 virus on four fabrics and leath...
Transitioning to the Next Generation of Metadata, an OCLC Research Report, synthesizes six years (2015-2020) of OCLC Research Library Partners Metadata Managers Focus Group discussions to trace how metadata services is&...
New OCLC Research Report—Social Interoperability in Research Support: Cross-campus partnerships and the university research enterprise
The OCLC Research report Social Interoperability in Research Support explores the social and structural norms that shape cross-campus collaboration in higher education and offers a conceptual model of key...
The REALM project has published the results of the third round of Battelle’s laboratory testing for COVID-19 on five plastic-based materials: talking book USB cassettes, DVD, storage bags, storage con...
Lynn Silipigni Connaway named University of Wisconsin – Madison Information School’s 2020 Distinguished Alumna
Lynn Silipigni Connaway, OCLC’s Director of Library Trends and User Research, has been named the University of Wisconsin – Madison Information School’s
03 December 2020
Works in Progress Webinar: Case study—Supporting bibliometric and research impact analysis at the University of Waterloo
In this webinar, librarians from the University of Waterloo will describe how their library has worked with campus partners to develop robust offerings in bibliometrics and research impact (BRI).
08 December 2020
Join this webinar to learn about an ontological tool to use in crafting acquisition policies for artists’ books and other ill-defined collection areas.
12 January 2021
Works in Progress Webinar: What comes next? Grappling with data, reconsidering workflows, and expanding collaboration following a large-scale collection survey
Learn how assessment data can inform future collection development decisions, collection management activities, and preservation priorities.
16 March 2021
Works in Progress Webinar: Holistic approaches to born-digital appraisal and accessioning -- revising the UC Guidelines for Efficient Archival Processing
Viewers will learn about the revisions to the “Guidelines for Efficient Archival Processing in the University of California Libraries” and about new recommendations for accessioning and appraising born-digital materials.
24 November 2020
Join this webinar to learn about the latest research from the REALM project and how to incorporate this information into local decision making.
17 November 2020
Works in Progress Webinar: Providing robust research support services at Syracuse University through cross-campus partnerships
This webinar will be of interest to anyone interested in cultivating positive campus partnerships to support research activities. We expect this to be of particular interest to those that work in a research support role, as well as library leaders.
12 November 2020
This webinar will be of interest to professionals who work with metadata, who are “metadata adjacent,” or who have an interest in what the future of metadata may bring.