News Roundup (May 1, 2018)
1. “Opening the Door to Open Science Starts With University Libraries”, JISC and CNI Share Plans For 12th Biannual Conference For Library Leaders: The Changing Role For Libraries in the Context of the Research University on July 2, 2018 in Oxford, UK)
2. ARL Leadership & Career Development Program 2018–2019 Fellows Selected
3. The Fedora Project Releases 2017 Annual Report
10 pages; PDF.
4. “Library Systems Report 2018” by Marshall Breeding Now Available Online (via American Libraries)
5. Society of Scholarly Publishers (SSP) Announces Newly Elected Board Members for 2018-19 Term
6. Facebook Will Allow Users to Opt Out of Letting Facebook Collect their Browsing History (via Recode) ||| Official Facebook Post About “Clear History” (via Facebook Newsroom)
Note: This new feature, as of today, is coming soon. No launch date provided.
7. Library of Congress Introduces New “Headlines and Heroes” Blog
8. OCLC to Support Interoperability Between Talis Aspire Reading Lists, WorldShare Management Services
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