[%message:opentracker%]
ITI Newslink
Inside this Issue
NewsBreaks
Weekly News Digests
NewsLink Spotlight
Bookshelf
ITI Blogs


Other ITI Newsletters
CRM eWeekly
InfoToday Europe eNews
KMWorld Newslinks
Smart Customer Service eWeekly
Speech Technology eWeekly
Streaming Media Producer FOCUS
Streaming Media Xtra
Streaming Media Europe Xtra
Tuesday, March 15, 2022

 WorldShare Management Services

Build your strategy on our cloud-based management platform

The award-winning WorldShare Management Services (WMS) is a complete cloud-based library management platform. It’s designed to support your strategic priorities with intuitive discovery, better group collaboration, actionable data, and an API-first framework that connects the library to your institution’s systems.

NewsBreaks
Defining What Librarianship and Library Education Should Be
by Nancy K. Herther
Current discussions about the philosophical and ethical principles in library education center on such key issues as cultural diversity of professionals and its impact on user perspectives and needs; needs of historically overlooked populations and how to assess and address them; and addressing the health, economic, and other disparities in communities and the potential leadership that is required. These issues aren't new, but the resurgence of energy surrounding them is a hopeful sign of progress.

Weekly News Digests
Guides for Helping Ukraine and for Learning Its History and Culture
Exact Editions has launched a free nonfiction book collection on the history and culture of Ukraine, available until April 15. It features 18 titles from university presses and other academic publishers, and any publisher is still welcome to add content to the collection.
'Clarivate to Cease All Commercial Activity in Russia'
Clarivate issued the following statement, which reads, in part: "Clarivate respects and supports the rule of international law and joins the global community in condemning Russia's attack on Ukraine."
REALM Project Findings Get Published in Microbiology Journal
OCLC issued an update on the REALM (REopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums) project—conducted jointly with IMLS and research firm Battelle—stating the following: "Results of [REALM's] work have now been published in theĀ Journal of Applied Microbiology."
'People Are Sharing Heartwarming Stories of Libraries Being Safe Spaces and It's So Wholesome'
Annie Reneau writes the following for Upworthy: "The public library is one of the greatest inventions humankind has ever imagined and actually made happen. Libraries are perfect in concept and exceptional in practice. The idea that we ought to plop a building full of books to borrow wherever groups of people live is beautiful in its simplicity and the fact that we've actually succeeded in doing it is somewhat miraculous."
eLife Issues a Call for Peer Review Trainers in Africa
eLife announced the following: "AfricArXiv, Eider Africa, eLife, PREreview, and TCC Africa have collaborated to develop a peer-review training workshop, Open Peer Reviewers in Africa, tailored to the region-specific context of African researchers. They co-created tools and strategies for scholarly literature evaluation, and are now ready to pilot the new workshop series with researchers who would be interested in sharing their knowledge by training others, and helping co-develop the resources further."

NewsLink Spotlight
A Librarian Looks at Oscars 2022: Inclusive Stories, Exclusive Access
by Jessica Hilburn
Even in a season with fewer awards ceremonies to help forecast the Academy Award nominees for the 2021 film year, the Oscar nominations were fairly predictable when announced on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Critics Choice Awards have been pushed back multiple times, and because the Hollywood Foreign Press has been relegated to irrelevancy after its 2021 outing—for having no Black voters and some members receiving gifts from studios in hopes of nominations—the Golden Globes rightly passed without as much as a blip on the radar. So, what are we to expect from the 2022 Oscars ceremony? A surprising variety of genres with an unsurprising list of names.

How KM and Knowledge Services Benefit Libraries video clip

How KM and Knowledge Services Benefit Libraries (5:32)

FDIC Library and Information Center chief Richard Huffine offers examples of how libraries can apply knowledge management (KM) and knowledge services in this clip from Computers in Libraries Connect 2022.

Bookshelf
Online Teaching in K-12
Online Teaching in K-12
Models, Methods, and Best Practices for Teachers and Administrators
Edited by Sarah Bryans-Bongey and Kevin J. Graziano
Foreword by Norman Vaughan
Online Teaching in K–12 is the essential hands-on reference and textbook for education professionals seeking success in the planning, design, and teaching of K–12 online courses and programs.

Organized in three parts—Foundations, Supporting Diverse Learners, and Implementation Strategies—Online Teaching in K–12 will be welcomed for its clear and timely coverage geared to supporting teachers, administrators, professional trainers, colleges, and schools in their quest for excellence in online primary education.

2016/352 pp/softbound/ISBN 978-1-57387-527-1 | Regular Price $65.00 | Web Order Price: $58.50

ITI Blogs

If you regularly read blogs, add these to your reader:

ITI Conferences (libconf.com): covering ITI’s library conferences worldwide

ILI365/InfoToday Europe (infotoday.eu): news and ideas for, and by, innovative info pros from around the world, throughout the year

Streaming Media (streamingmedia.com/Articles/Blog): the go-to destination for opinion, analysis, and insights into the entire online video ecosystem


This newsletter is published by Information Today, Inc.
Editor: Brandi Scardilli
Website: http://www.infotoday.com/NewsLink
Email: bscardilli@infotoday.com