Mailing List Message #114642
From: Diane Goldenberg-Hart <>
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Subject: Videos: Open Library of Humanities; Library Strategy for 3D & VR
Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2019 13:50:30 -0500
New videos from CNI’s December membership meeting have been posted:

Developing Library Strategy for 3D and Virtual Reality Collection Development and Reuse, Nathan Hall (Virginia Tech), Jamie Wittenberg (Indiana University – Bloomington)
This video provides an update on a partnership between three academic libraries to study and make recommendations for library adoption of 3D and VR services.

Where Next for the Open Library of Humanities and Consortial Funding Models for Open Access? Martin Paul Eve (University of London)
Although open access has become associated with article processing charges, the consortial business models underpinning the Open Library of Humanities, Knowledge Unlatched, arXiv, and even SCOAP3 have been highly successful within their own domains. These models, though, are theorized to have scalability limits. This video discusses next steps for the Open Library of Humanities in the emergent political contexts of the European Union’s Plan S, and attempts to spread the model more widely.

Previously-released videos from this meeting:

-California Digital Library & Dryad: Community Owned Data Publishing, Daniella Lowenberg & John Chodacki (California Digital Library, University of California Office of the President)

-Moore-Sloan Data Science Environments Project UpdateMicaela Parker (Moore-Sloan Data Science Environments)

-Blockchain: What’s Not To Like? David S. H. Rosenthal, Stanford University (retired)

-Can I Trust this Data? Selecting Data for Reuse and Other Dilemmas of the Research Scientist, Grace Agnew (Rutgers University)

-Demonstrating Faculty Impact: New Data and Visualization Services, Barrie Hayes, Amanda Henley (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)*
*Weather/travel issues precluded the speakers from attending CNI’s fall 2018 meeting; the presenters provided CNI with this recording and granted permission to release it publicly.

-The State of Digital Preservation: A Snapshot of Triumphs, Gaps, and Open Research Questions, Oya Y. Rieger, Roger C. Schonfeld (Ithaka S+R)
-Foundations for Research Computing: Collaborating to Provide Student Support at Scale, Barbara Rockenbach, Mark Newton, Halayn Hescock (Columbia University)

-From Talking to Action: Fostering Deep Collaboration Between University Libraries, Museums, and IT, Susan Gibbons, Louis King, Michael Appleby, Dale Hendrickson (Yale University)
-Public Access to Research Data: Report from the AAU APLU Public Access Working Group Workshop, Mary Lee Kennedy (ARL), Kacy Redd (APLU), Katie Steen (AAUW), Tyler Walters (Virginia Tech)

-What Is the Future of Libraries in Academic Research? Tom Hickerson, John Brosz, Suzanne Goopy (University of Calgary)

-Library as Platform: The Transformed Library’s Impact on Teaching and Learning, Jason Evans Groth, Greg Raschke (North Carolina State University)

-Closing plenary: The National Library of Medicine & the National Institutes of Health Partnership in Accelerating Discovery Through DataPatricia Flatley Brennan, Director, US National Library of Medicine

-Clifford Lynch’s opening address, Responsible Stewardship, Technology Realities, and Renewing Collaborations: CNI's Agenda for the Coming Year

Look for more announcements soon of other video offerings from the fall 2018 CNI meeting ( To see all videos produced by CNI, visit our video channels on YouTube ( and Vimeo (

Diane Goldenberg-Hart

Communications Coordinator
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