ATG News & Announcements 11/2/19

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College & Research Libraries – November 2019 is now Available

According the ACRL Insider “the November 2019 issue of College & Research Libraries is now freely available online. Visit the C&RL website for complete contents from 1939 to the present and follow C&RL on Facebook and Twitter for updates and discussion.


UNSILO AI in Academic Publishing Survey released

Library Technology Guides notes that “UNSILO has released the results of a survey on AI usage in academic publishing. How is it used? What factors impede its adoption?… The UNSILO survey, with publishers and other stakeholders in the scholarly workflow, was done between June and September 2019. The results were presented at a panel session at the Frankfurt Book Fair, chaired by Toby Green, former head of publishing at OECD…”


NISO Releases Draft FASTEN Recommended Practice for Public Comment

Library Technology Guides also notes that “The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) seeks comments on a new draft Recommended Practice pertaining to the modernization of library-vendor technical interoperability using RESTful web service application programming interfaces (APIs) and standard mobile application intent calls…”


Research Tools: New Digital Resources Launch Online for Study of Human Rights (Global Access to the PEN International and English PEN Records)

infoDOCKET reports that “thousands of digitized records reflecting major historical events of the 20th century related to PEN International, a global writers’ organization, are available online beginning this month. A project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and completed by the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin has resulted in a new online finding aid for researchers, as well as access to teaching guides and nearly 5,000 digitized records…”


IEEE Xplore Digital Library reaches new milestone with 5 million documents now available in its repository

According to KnowledgeSpeak IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organisation advancing technology for humanity, has announced that the IEEE Xplore® digital library, one of the world’s largest collections of technical literature in engineering, computer science, and related technologies, has reached a new milestone with 5 million documents now available…


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