What's New Friday, 18 August 2017

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18 August, 2017
  • 2017 Employment Projections [Employment projections for the five years to May 2022].  Labour Market Information Portal.  Australian Government Department of Employment.  (AU)
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  • CAUDIT 2017 Top Ten Topics.  The Council of Australasian University Directors of Information Technology (CAUDIT) (AU)
    This list is a practical tool that identifies significant challenges and opportunities. The Top Ten booklet encourages conversations about transformative technology and related topics that serve the competitive advantage of individual institutions, and benefit the higher education and research sectors as a whole. 
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  • Dryad is a nonprofit repository for data underlying the international scientific and medical literature.  North Carolina State University (US)
  • DANS: the Netherlands Institute for Permanent Access to Digital Research Resources. (NL)
  • Initiative for Open Citations (I4OC) "has a bold ambition: for 100% of citation data to be freely available for re-use. And so far this collaboration between publishers, researchers and other stakeholders is proving to be well on the way to achieving that goal."  OASPA (Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association) (NL)
    • "subscription-access and open-access publishers have recently made the decision to release reference list metadata publicly"
12 July, 2017
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  • National Survey of Research Commercialisation - data collection on how the publicly funded research system collaborates with industry to transfer knowledge and commercialise research.  Department of Industry, Innovation and Science. (AU)
  • Scholarly Communications Licence.  "PA members are deeply concerned about a proposal from a scholarly communications working group to introduce a new model licence within HEIs."  The Publishers Association (UK)
    • Key Publisher Concerns with the SCL.  Steering Group response. Responses to recent concerns raised by the Publishers' Association about plans to introduce a model open access policy for UK Higher Education Institutions in order to simplify the complex funder and publisher policy environment currently experienced by UK academics. Chris Banks, Director of Library Services, Imperial College London. 30 June 2017 (UK)
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  • The Journal Blacklist.  Cabell's International (US)  "Since its founding almost 40 years ago, Cabells has expanded its services to include both a journal whitelist and blacklist, manuscript preparation tools, and a suite of powerful metrics to help its users find the right journals, no matter what stage of their career. (US)
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  • NSLA Cost of Copyright Compliance Toolkit.  ....to accurately calculate the costs associated with undertaking copyright compliance in libraries, in order to build a strategic case for copyright reform.  National & State Libraries Australasia.  (AU)

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