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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

The Institutional Investor Journal Collection (IIJ) is an essential resource for every business library. Comprised of eleven peer-reviewed journals, IIJ is known for its unique mix of academic research and articles written by leading practitioners in the field. Topics include How to Predict Stock Market Crashes, When to Claim Social Security and the European Sovereign Debt Crisis.

Now Academic Libraries qualify for special savings on Full Collection Access.

NewsBreaks
Distinctions Emerge in U.S. Government Plans for Expanding Access to Research
by Richard Huffine
Research funded by the U.S. government is finally going to be available for anyone to read and cite, based on plans laid out by the agencies that administer the funding. Recently, several agencies have released plans that are all based on the February 2013 Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies. That order required the development of new policies to provide expanded access to the research being funded by the U.S. government. In addition, Congress included public access requirements in the FY 2014 Omnibus for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Education. The memo and the legislation impact 24 agencies that spend at least $100 million in research funding annually. Each plan is customized and includes the approaches the agencies will take to address two very different requirements: public access to research publications and public access to the data associated with that research.

Weekly News Digests
APA Introduces Teaching-Focused Journal
The American Psychological Association (APA) will release a new journal, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, in spring 2015. It covers evidence-based teaching tips and reviews of contemporary teaching theories for high school, community college, college, and university instructors and students.
NISO Studies Patron Privacy
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded NISO (National Information Standards Organization) a grant to develop the Consensus Framework to Support Patron Privacy in Digital Library and Information Systems. The grant will support a series of community discussions to encourage libraries, publishers, and information systems providers to build better privacy protection into their operations.
TLC Displays Reading Levels in Its ILS Products
The Library Corp. (TLC) added Reading Level Integration to its Library-Solution and Library-Solution for Schools, which gathers data from vendors and associates titles by ISBN for display in various Library-Solution modules.
Cisco and Microsoft Work on Cloud Computing
Cisco extended its relationship with Microsoft for a new technology platform designed to accelerate service delivery and streamline entry into the Intercloud (a globally connected network of clouds) for cloud providers. Cisco Cloud Architecture for the Microsoft Cloud Platform is an integrated solution that helps these providers rapidly deliver cloud services with simplified operations and reduced costs.
DPLA Moves Forward With Public Library Partnership Project
The Minnesota Digital Library received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation--as one of the Digital Public Library of America's (DPLA) four service hubs to get an award--to work on the Public Library Partnership Project (PLPP). The PLPP is tasked with developing a curriculum for teaching basic digitization concepts and skills that will help public library staffers participate in their local digital libraries and the DPLA to create online exhibitions featuring digitized materials.

NewsLink Spotlight
University Libraries Offer an Alternative to Traditional Publishing
by Brandi Scardilli
Maybe you're a professor who has an idea for a journal you'd like to start at your university. Or maybe you're a graduate student looking to prove yourself by publishing your research. Or maybe you're a college librarian hoping to start a newsletter that will raise your library's visibility on campus. No matter the reason, you're writing something that needs to find an audience. Why not publish it at the library? As digital tools get easier to use, many institutions are starting their own publishing programs in an effort to offer more varied services to their communities.
Download Our March Editorial Sampler
Want to review some articles from our library publications? Download the free March content sampler (PDF) of recent articles and an exclusive subscription offer.

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The Accidental Data Scientist author Amy Affelt discusses leading technology experts' recommended remedies for fixing Facebook's fake news problem in this clip from Computers in Libraries 2018.

ITI Blogs

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

ITI Conference Blog libconf.com – covering ITI's library conferences worldwide.

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

destinationCRM Blog destinationcrmblog.coma blog from the editors of CRM magazine, dedicated to providing Customer Relationship Management information in a timely manner to connect decision makers and providers.

SpeechTech Blog speechtechblog.com – updates on speech technology and its applications in daily life, covering everything from ASR to VUI, with lots of links, threads, and even a few pictures thrown in for good measure.

ITI News

The Information Advisor's Guide to Internet Research

Edited by Robert Berkman, The Information Advisor’s Guide to Internet Research explores, evaluates, and provides critical analysis of free and fee-based information resources, web-based services, and search strategies to help you maximize your time and keep you up-to-date on the internet's role in research.

IAG

In addition to at least one feature by business specialist Berkman, each issue of The Information Advisor’s Guide to Internet Research includes an in-depth article by Ran Hock, author of The Extreme Searcher book series and well-known seminar speaker, who checks out a major web resource.

Four regular columns are rotated; two appear each issue and give readers suggestions for cool internet tools to check out (Brian Smith McCallum, M.L.S., public and academic librarian); sites to turn to for more scholarly research needs (Briana McGuckin, reference and instructional librarian); sites to go to that provide information for the common good (Susan Fingerman, retired librarian instructor, STEM); and sites that give you “big data” facts and figures on a range of topics (Jackie Shane, former reference librarian).

Download your free copy of the June 2018 issue now!


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Computers in Libraries magazine has posted its 2019 editorial calendar and has issued a call for article proposals at infotoday.com/cilmag/contrib.shtml#themes.


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Editor: Brandi Scardilli
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Email: bscardilli@infotoday.com