In this webinar we will demystify the process of an AV assessment: how to get started, how to determine the essential elements, and how to retool midstream to fit your institution’s needs.
Topics: Works in Progress, Archives and Special Collections, AV Materials
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated many existing civil legal issues, such as housing, employment, debt management, and more. Learn how public libraries can connect community members to relevant resources and information to help them navigate the complex civil legal system, especially in rural areas where legal resources are sparse.
This concluding webinar to the LIBER-OCLC Open Science Discussion Series provided an overview of the small group discussions, highlighted some of the visions developed, challenges identified and collaboration opportunities identified, and outlined next steps and future opportunities for engagement.
Topics: Open Access
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.
Topics: Works in Progress, Metadata
In this opening presentation in the RLUK Digital Shift Forum, Lorcan Dempsey looks at some pandemic effects, and considers how it will likely accelerate some collection directions already evident.
This webinar will be of interest to anyone interested in cultivating positive campus partnerships to support research activities.
Topics: Researcher Support
In this webinar, representatives from Rutgers University will share how the Rutgers New Brunswick Libraries has partnered with the systemwide Office of Advanced Research Computing to develop a shared GIS specialist position.
Topics: Works in Progress
Learn about an innovative pilot program in which University of Miami librarians, as embedded team members, played a crucial role in interdisciplinary research projects.
Topics: Works in Progress
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, Researcher Support, Research Data Management, Works in Progress
This presentation summarized OCLC's findings on the impact of new workflows in the ground-shifting transition from traditional cataloging to linked data platforms, highlighted the integral engagement, participation, and feedback from OCLC members, and attempted to chart a linked data research path for the decade to come.
Recording available on LD4 on YouTube.
Topics: Linked Data