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Subject: Videos: Researcher Privacy & Learning Data Principles
Date: Tue, 09 May 2017 11:45:15 -0400
Two new videos from CNI’s spring membership meeting have been posted:

-From Theory to Practice: Leading the Way with Learning Data Principles, Jenn Stringer, University of California at Berkeley
The IMS Global Learning Consortium Learning Data & Analytics Innovation Leadership Network has developed guiding principles for institutional leaders, administrators, and other stakeholders, who are participating in ongoing dialogues about the gathering and usage of learning data. This video includes a discussion of the principles and the rationale behind them.

-Protect Researcher Privacy in the Surveillance Era, Sam Kome, Claremont Colleges
With the combination of Wireless, Proxy, and ILS data, libraries today have a 360 degree, highly granular view of researcher activity. These data are valuable for operational decisions, however they have immense privacy implications. This video includes an examination of these data, their beneficial uses, and the necessary steps needed to protect researchers.  

Also from this meeting, released previously:

-Advancing Accessibility through Libraries, Laura Woods (Tufts), Joseph (Jody) Combs (ARL/Vanderbilt), Beth Sandore Namachchivaya (UIUC) 

-A CAVEkiosk in the Library: The At-Risk Cultural Heritage and the Digital Humanities UC Catalyst Grant, Declan Fleming (UCSD)

-Building Data Refuge: From Bucket Brigade to Sustainable Action, Panelists from U. Penn, Georgetown, Temple, U. Michigan

-The Role of Academic Libraries in an Era of Fake News, Alternative Facts, and Information Overload, Donald A. Barclay (University of California, Merced)

-Ithaka S+R US Library Survey 2016, Roger C. Schonfeld (Ithaka S+R)

-Data Integrity for Librarians, Archivists, and Criminals: What We Can Steal from Bitcoin, BitTorrent, and Usenet, Jeffrey Spies (Center for Open Science)

-Institutional Repository Strategies: What We Learned at the Executive Roundtables, Clifford Lynch (CNI)

-Fresh Perspectives on the Future of University-Based Publishing, Amy Brand (The MIT Press)
-What Today’s Students Have Taught Us, Alison J. Head (Project Information Literacy)

Look for more announcements soon of other video offerings from the spring 2017 CNI meeting ( To see all videos produced by CNI, visit our video channels on YouTube ( and Vimeo (

Diane Goldenberg-Hart
Communications Coordinator | CNI
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