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Mural of factory workers and large machines. An iconic work by Mexican artist Diego Rivera, depicting Detroit industry.

Opening Keynote: Workflow is the New Content

By Lorcan Dempsey

Digital Initiatives Symposium, University of San Diego
virtual

The digital environment makes workflow support more important, as activities, content, and communications are tied together on the network in various combinations. In his opening keynote, Dempsey discusses a variety of issues, in the context of changing research behaviors, metrics, the move to open, and other factors, with a library or research setting in mind.

Topics: Research Support, Research Information Management, Research Data Management

Lessons learned from establishing a bibliometric and research impact team at Syracuse University

Lessons learned from establishing a bibliometric and research impact team at Syracuse University

By Emily Hart, Brenna Helmstutler, Anita Kuiken, Stephanie JH McReynolds

In this webinar, librarians from Syracuse University discuss the approach, tools, and collaborations they’re leveraging in developing services to support university needs around demonstrating and quantifying research impact.

Topics: Works in Progress, Research Information Management

Pandemic Effects and Library Directions

Pandemic Effects and Library Directions

By Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Ixchel M. Faniel, Kendra Morgan, Sharon Streams

ILFA
virtual

In this session, OCLC Research staff summarised findings from interviews with 29 library leaders from 11 countries conducted during the height of the pandemic, the themes of which were synthesized in the briefing, The New Model Library: Pandemic Effects and Library Directions.

Topics: New Model Library

Envisioning a New Model Library

Envisioning a New Model Library

By Ixchel M. Faniel, Emma Hill Kepron

virtual

Library leaders had to make quick, robust changes to their library workflows, community offerings, and staffing in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us for a 60-minute webinar to hear about how library practices have evolved during the pandemic and how their adaptations fit into new models of library operation.

Topics: New Model Library