Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries (SPIRL) for 2015 is Now Accepting Nominations

For the third year in a row, Stanford Libraries opens nominations for the Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries (SPIRL), a prize to recognize and celebrate innovation through programs, projects, and new or improved services that benefits users. The deadline for entries is January 15, 2015. Please see SPIRL for further […]

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Here’s a chance to contribute to some big questions

One thing ARL wanted to do this year is to talk about some “big questions” (and even the little ones). Our first topic is put forward by James G Neal, Vice President for Information Services and University Librarian Columbia University. You are now invited to have a read of the […]

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Research in the big data era: legal, social and technical approaches to large text and data sets

Slides from our Joint Session with Serials and other Resources, and the Committee on Copyright and Legal Matters, are now available.

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ARL now has a Facebook presence

If you have anything to share with academic and research library colleagues from around the world, please join up and post on ARL’s Facebook page .

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Slides from Hot Topics, Lyon August 2014

The slides and views from roundtable discussions are now available.  Thank you to our presenters and to everyone who contributed to the discussions.  The lively roundtable conversations is what our Hot Topics session is all about!

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Research in the big data era: legal, social and technical approaches to large text and data sets

Academic and Research Libraries with Serials and Other Continuing Resources and Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters (CLM) are holding a session at the IFLA World Congress (Lyon) on August 19, 9.30-12.45. Hope to see you there: Mining large data sets for the humanities PETER LEONARD (Yale University, New […]

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ARL’s Hot Topics session at Lyon

ARL’s Hot topics in academic and research libraries.  The session is scheduled for Wednesday 20 August 11:45-13:45  at the part of IFLA’s World Library and Information Congress : IFLA General Conference and Assembly Put in your diaries now! As in previous years, this session will comprise of invited speakers to present an overview […]

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