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CNI Conversations

Reports & Commentary on Current Topics
from CNI Leadership in a Podcast Format


December 2009

Audio Recording [mp3 58:33 min.] December 17, 2009

The Dec. 2009 session of CNI Conversations featured a recap of the recent CNI Membership Meeting by Executive Director Clifford Lynch and Associate Director Joan Lippincott. Cliff also discussed the 5th International Digital Curation Conference, as well as the NSF-funded workshop “Scholarly Evaluation Metrics: Opportunities and Challenges.”

November 2009

Audio Recording [mp3 1:03:43 hr.] November 18, 2009

The Nov. 2009 session of CNI Conversations featured a few highlights from the upcoming CNI member meeting by Executive Director Clifford Lynch.  Cliff also discussed institutional repositories, the recent ARL/CNI special collections forum, and a new book of essays dedicated to Jim Gray.  Participant questions included a request for an update on the Open Annotation Collaboration and comments on the Google Books negotiations.  Joan Lippincott, CNI Associate Director, provided an update on the EDUCAUSE annual conference.

October 2009

Audio Recording [mp3 1:00:45 hr.] October 6, 2009

During this discussion, CNI Executive Director Clifford Lynch reported on Internet2 and the NDIIPP storage systems symposium.  Cliff also responded to participants’ questions about the Bamboo Project, the trend for university libraries and university presses to work together, and the open access movement.

September 2009

Audio Recording [mp3 1:04:25 hr.] September 15, 2009

As part of an ongoing effort to explore additional ways to connect with our members, CNI has launched a program we are calling CNI Conversations, a series of sessions in which participants from member institutions take part in discussions on current topics with CNI Director Clifford Lynch and others.  The first event, which was done in audio-conference format, took place on September 15, 2009.  In this session, discussion topics included the Google Book proposed settlement, DataNet, and library responses to the financial crisis, among other things.

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