What do 850 football players and their performance data have in common with academic libraries and online resources? More than you’d think! The connecting factor is data, how it is collected, used and for what purposes.
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‘All your data are belong to us’: the weaponisation of library usage data and what we can do about it
Plans for Glasgow, the November conference next week and our upcoming seminar - Usage data for decision making. Plus the latest Michael Upshall article in Insights!
Clarivate and OCLC have announced that they have signed a settlement agreement and release. An agreement has been reached in a lawsuit filed by OCLC in June 2022 against Clarivate and its subsidiaries in the United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio.
This policy aims to give a more specific answer to the question ‘How should DORA be enforced?’,
From the UK government announcement: UK and Switzerland sign Memorandum of Understanding deepening the relationship between the two countries’ world-leading research and innovation communities
AIPP has selected Cadmore Media to host and stream video and audio assets across their journal portfolio and Physics Today. Included in the project is the migration of some 7,500 media assets to the new platform.
Brill reports positive revenue development in Q3/2022, but FY will be impacted by administration of distributor.
OCLC Research is partnering with two Dutch library consortia—UKB and SHB —to investigate ways that libraries at universities and universities of applied sciences can improve the discoverability of scholarly, peer-reviewed open access (OA) publications for their communities.
The Agreement sets a common direction for changes in assessment practices for research, researchers and research organisations, with the goal to maximise the quality and impact of research.
Jisc support deal expires July 2023, the OU takes up the reins; launches membership programme