Creating international collobrations, implementing smart services, and technologic advances are paving the way for the China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT) Library to meet the needs of its faculty, researchers, and students.
By taking a leading role in open science at their institutions, librarians are harmoniously aligning themselves with their institutional strategies. In this year’s Hunter Forum, panelists will discuss current initiatives in enabling open science with collaborative tools and connected infrastructures. We will also look to the future at how the results of these efforts can be realized in a holistic way to benefit the research ecosystem
The Charleston Conference is a great venue for discovering new resources and trends in library and information science, reconnecting with colleagues, and broadening your network. We hope to see you there!
Pamella R. Lach, San Diego State University | Oct 28, 2019
In collaboration with a campus-wide Digital Humanities Initiative, a university library began a grass-roots effort to open a new DH Center. The DHC allows faculty and students to leave their silos, connect with each other, build relationships and imagine new possibilities.
By Daniel Fitzroy and Ula Lechtenberg, Sacred Heart University | Oct 16, 2019
A small library staff in a university with a growing number of online programs needed to move beyond face-to-face interactions as their only form of instruction. They focused on creating digital learn objects, particularly videos and tutorials, to meet the needs of their key users.
By Michele Gibney, University of the Pacific | Sept 27, 2019
As a relatively new entrant in the open science arena, the University of the Pacific has accomplished quite a lot. They have awarded 46 faculty OER grants, published 49 OA articles in two new journals and saved students over $250,000.