Constance Malpas was the Strategic Intelligence Manager & Research Scientist; she was employed at OCLC until June 2018. Her research focused on reconfiguration of academic print collections in the networked environment, especially the emergence of shared print preservation models; the impacts of emerging scholarly practice on library collections and services; and changes in the higher education and research landscape. She has published widely on the future of academic libraries, the transformation of research library collections, and library support for digital research, teaching and learning workflows. Constance holds a BA from Mount Holyoke College and an MA from Princeton University, both degrees in history of science.
She tweets @ConstanceM and blogs at http://hangingtogether.org/.
18 October 2018
Constance Malpas, Roger Schonfeld, Rona Stein, Lorcan Dempsey, Deanna Marcum
11 July 2018
Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie, Contance Malpas
25 June 2018
Lorcan Dempsey, Constance Malpas
26 April 2018
Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie, Constance Malpas
Toward a New Understanding of American Higher Education Institutions: Focus of Educational Offer, Mode of Provision
19 January 2018
Rona Stein, PhD, Constance Malpas
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