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Project Briefings & Plenary Sessions from CNI Meetings

The Archaeology of Infrastructure (November '15)

Sayeed Choudhury, Johns Hopkins University
Jaap Geraerts, University College London


Design Labs at the Intersection of Engaged Learning and Digital Scholarship (November '15)

Laurie Alexander, University of Michigan
Justin Schell, University of Michigan


Digital Scholarship Centers: Two Models (November '15)

Tom Keegan, The University of Iowa
John Culshaw, The University of Iowa
Paul Soderdahl, The University of Iowa
Roger Zender, Case Western Reserve University


Digital Scholarship Spaces: Building Communities & Enabling Collaboration (November '15)

Elizabeth Cowell, University of California Santa Cruz
Rachel Deblinger, University of California Santa Cruz
Greg Raschke, North Carolina State University
Mike Nutt, North Carolina State University
Joan Lippincott, Coalition for Networked Information


Findings from a Suite of Studies on Open Access Monograph Publishing: What Will it Cost and How Will it Work? (November '15)

Charles Watkinson, University of Michigan
Carolyn Walters, Indiana University – Bloomington
Lisa Macklin, Emory University
Nancy Maron, BlueSky to BluePrint, LLC


Hybrid Online/Offline Scholarly Information Resources (November '15)

Ryan Shaw, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Patrick Golden, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


New Partnerships in the Scholarly Communication System and the Open Source Toolkit (November '15)

Robert Cartolano, Columbia University
Jennifer Crewe, Columbia University Press
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Modern Language Association
Mark Newton, Columbia University
Barbara Rockenbach, Columbia University


The Process of Discovery: CLIR Postdoctoral Fellows on the Future of the Academy (November '15)

John Maclachlan, McMaster University
Elizabeth A. Waraksa, Association of Research Libraries
Meridith Beck Sayre, Knox College and Council on Library and Information Resources
Jodi Reeves Flores, University of Arizona


Annotated Manuscripts in the IIIF Environment: Enhancing Scholarship and Creating Communities (April '15)

Stephen Nichols, Johns Hopkins University
Tamsyn Rose-Steel, Johns Hopkins University
Sayeed Choudhury, Johns Hopkins University


Building Expertise to Support Digital Scholarship: A Global Perspective (April '15)

Vivian Lewis, McMaster University
Lisa Spiro, Rice University
Xuemao Wang, University of Cincinnati
Jon E. Cawthorne, West Virginia University


Mobile Technology Support for Field Research (April '15)

Wayne Johnston, University of Guelph


Publishing Ada: A Retrospective Look at the First Three Years of an Open Peer Review Multi-modal Journal (April '15)

Karen Estlund, University of Oregon
Sarah Hamid, University of Oregon
Bryce Peake, Intel Labs / University of Oregon


SHARE Project Update (April '15)

Judy Ruttenberg, Association of Research Libraries
Jeff Spies, Center for Open Science


Stewarding the Scholarly Record at the University of Arizona (April '15)

Maliaca Oxnam, University of Arizona
Kimberly Chapman, University of Arizona
Jeremy Frumkin, University of Arizona


Extending the Lifecycle of Scientific Field Notes: Making Hidden Collections Reusable (December '14)

Riccardo Ferrante, Smithsonian Institution
Rusty Russell, Smithsonian Institution

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Fostering Human-to-Human Collaboration (December '14)

Adam Hyde, PLOS


The Global Open Knowledgebase (GOKb): A Collaborative Open Data Project Supporting Electronic Resources Management and Scholarly Communication (December '14)

Kristin Antelman, California Institute of Technology
Liam Earney, Jisc
Kristen Wilson, North Carolina State University


Improving Integrity, Transparency, and Reproducibility Through Connection of the Scholarly Workflow (December '14)

Andrew Sallans, Center for Open Science


Research Impact, Scholarly Output, and Models of Sustainability in the Libraries (December '14)

Steven Braun, University of Minnesota


Towards an Open Annotation Standard (December '14)

Rob Sanderson, Stanford University
Karen Myers, World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)


1914-1918-online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War (March '14)

Nicolas Apostolopoulos, Freie Universtät Berlin
Oliver Janz, Freie Universtät Berlin


Community-based Stewardship at Pennsylvania State University (March '14)

Mike Furlough, Pennsylvania State University
Patricia Hswe, Pennsylvania State University
Ben Goldman, Pennsylvania State University


Enriching How We Create, Teach and Learn: The Intersections of Scholarly Communication and Information Literacy (March '14)

Joyce Ogburn, Appalachian State University
Stephanie Davis-Kahl, Illinois Wesleyan University
Merinda Kaye Hensley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Mary Ellen Davis, Association of College and Research Libraries


The Evolving Scholarly Record (March '14)

Brian Lavoie, OCLC Research
Jennifer Schaffner, OCLC Research


Fostering A Graduate Research Community with Digital Scholarship Programs and Services (March '14)

Andrew Bonamici, University of Oregon
Karen Estlund, University of Oregon


Supporting and Encouraging Digital Scholarship (March '14)

Zheng (John) Wang, University of Notre Dame
Tracy Bergstrom, University of Notre Dame
Mitsunori Ogihara, University of Miami


Update on the ARL/CARL/COAR/LIBER Joint Task Force on Librarians’ Competencies in Support of E-Research and Scholarly Communication (March '14)

Pascal V. Calarco, University of Waterloo
Judy Ruttenberg, Association of Research Libraries


Use Altmetrics to Uncover the Hidden Scholarly Dialogue (March '14)

Andrea Michalek, Plum Analytics


Creating a Data Interchange Standard for Researchers, Research, and Research Resources: VIVO-ISF (November '13)

Dean B. Krafft, Cornell University
Brian Lowe, Cornell University


Developments in Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) (November '13)

Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Gail McMillan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Matt Schultz, Educopia Institute, MetaArchive Cooperative
Austin McLean, ProQuest


Digital Humanities and Arts Projects Updates from Columbia University (November '13)

Mark P. Newton, Columbia University
Leyla S. Williams, Columbia University
Jackson Harvell, Columbia University
Tad Shull, Columbia University


Hiberlink: Investigating Reference Rot in Web-Based Scholarly Communication (November '13)

Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Martin Klein, Los Alamos National Laboratory


Innovations in E-book and E-journal Publishing Forms (November '13)

Jason Clark, Montana State University
Scott Young, Montana State University
Reginald Gibbons, Northwestern University
Harlan Wallach, Northwestern University


Toward a Sustainable Approach to Open Access Publishing and Archiving (November '13)

Rebecca Kennison, Columbia University
Lisa Norberg, Barnard College


Developments in Scholarly Identity Management (March '13)

Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information
David Millman, New York University
Laurel L. Haak, ORCID
Neil Jacobs, Jisc
Dean B. Krafft, Cornell University


Digital Humanities Revisited: Continuing Debates and Work on the Ground (March '13)

Thomas C. Wilson, University of Alabama Annotating the World’s Knowledge (March '13)

Peter Brantley, Annotating the World's Knowledge (March '13)

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The Library Building as Research Platform (March '13)

Kristin Antelman, North Carolina State University
Maurice York, North Carolina State University

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Not Another Cross-Search Tool: The Digital Commons Network (March '13)

Jean-Gabriel Bankier, bepress

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Personal Archiving and Scholarly Workflow: An Exploratory Study of Pennsylvania State University Faculty (March '13)

Ellysa Stern Cahoy, Pennsylvania State University


Research Impact: The State of the Art and Implications for Networked Infrastructure (March '13)

Neil Jacobs, Jisc


Scholarly Communication: New Models for Digital Scholarship Workflows (March '13)

Stephen M. Griffin, University of Pittsburgh


Strategies for Fostering a Culture of Open Access: Reports from the Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions (March '13)

Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Michael Boock, Oregon State University
Deborah Ludwig, University of Kansas
Diane Geraci, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
James Mullins, Purdue University


Taking Scholarly Note-taking to the Web (March '13)

Michael Buckland, University of California, Berkeley
Ryan Shaw, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Two Institutions, Two Perspectives, One Partnership: Evaluation, Collaboration, & Creation of New Services in Digital Scholarship & Publishing (March '13)

Karen Estlund, University of Oregon
Evviva Weinraub Lajoie, Oregon State University


Using the Amazon Cloud to Host Digital Scholarship Projects (March '13)

Stewart Varner, Emory University
Jay Varner, Emory University

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MOOCs, Mobility, and Changing Scholarly Practice (December '12)

Speaker: Clifford A. Lynch

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Establishing Infrastructures for Scholarly Publishing (December '12)

Kevin Comerford, University of New Mexico
Jonathan Wheeler, University of New Mexico
Kevin S. Hawkins, University of Michigan


Force 11: The Future of Research Communications and E-Scholarship (December '12)

Anita de Waard, Elsevier Labs
Maryann Martone, University of California, San Diego

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The HathiTrust Research Center: Opening Up the Elephant for New Knowledge Creation (December '12)

John Unsworth, Brandeis University
Beth Sandore Namachchivaya, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Robert McDonald, Indiana University


Ithaka S+R’s Research Support Services: Recommendations for Addressing the Needs of Chemists and Historians (December '12)

Roger Schonfeld, Ithaka
Deanna Marcum, Ithaka


Library Publishing Coalition Project: Advancing the Emerging Library Publishing Field (December '12)

Katherine Skinner, Educopia
Tyler Walters, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Julie Speer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Spencer Keralis, University of North Texas


Open Annotation Update: OAC Experiment Results and Ongoing Work of the W3C OA Community Group (December '12)

Timothy Cole, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Paolo Ciccarese, Harvard University & Massachusetts General Hospital


The PressForward Project and Scholarly Communication on the Open Web (December '12)

Dan Cohen, George Mason University
Joan Fragaszy Troyano, George Mason University


SURFconext: Next Generation Collaboration Infrastructure Across Institutional Boundaries (December '12)

Frank Benneker, University of Amsterdam
Driek Heesakkers, University of Amsterdam


Virtual Research Environments in Germany: Funding Activities of the German Research Foundation (December '12)

Sigrun Eckelmann, German Research Foundation (DFG)
Steffen Vogt, University of Freiburg
Yvonne Rommelfanger, University of Trier


Fembot: Reinventing Scholarly Production and Communication (March '12)

Karen Estlund, University of Oregon
Carol Stabile, University of Oregon


Too Big to Know (March '12)

David Weinberger, Harvard University


Transforming Research Support Services (March '12)

Jennifer Rutner, Ithaka S&R
Roger Schonfeld, Ithaka S&R


Data Lifecycle Management (December '11)

Thorny Staples, Smithsonian Institution
Jeremy Kenyon, University of Idaho
Bruce Godfrey, University of Idaho


ETDs as Prior Publications: The 2011 NDLTD Publishers’ Survey (December '11)

Gail McMillan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


Microsoft Academic Search: Next-Generation Scholarly Discovery (December '11)

Lee Dirks, Microsoft Research


Moving Video and Audio into the Scholarly Mainstream (December '11)

Judtih Thomas, University of Virginia
Rafael Alvarado, University of Virginia
Jama Coartney, University of Virginia
Julie Meloni, University of Virginia


New Roles for New Times: Emerging Library Roles for Supporting and Curating Digital Scholarship (December '11)

Tyler Walters, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Martin Halbert, University of North Texas
Katherine Skinner, MetaArchive Cooperative


Open Folklore: A Collaboration (December '11)

Brenda Johnson, Indiana University
Timothy Lloyd, American Folklore Society
Julie Bobay, Indiana University


WissKI: An Architecture for a Transdisciplinary Virtual Research Environment (December '11)

Guenther Goerz, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Siegfried Krause, Germanic National Museum, Nuremberg


The A-B-C-D of Open Scholarship Infrastructure: Open Access, Open Bibliography, Open Citation, Open Data (and Beyond…) (April '11)

David F. Flanders, Joint Information Systems Committee


Connecting Scholars with Information, and Unlocking It! (April '11)

William Gunn, Mendeley Research Networks


Creating a Digital Scholarly Edition in the Humanities (April '11)

Suzanne Thorin, Syracuse University
Teresa Harris, Syracuse University


DiSC: Developing a Digital Scholarship Commons (April '11)

Joan A. Smith, Emory University
Rick Luce, Emory University


A Publishing Pilot for “Data Papers” (April '11)

John A. Kunze, California Digital Library
Catherine Mitchell, California Digital Library
Steven Abrams, California Digital Library
Patricia Cruse, California Digital Library


Realizing Scalar Capacities to Transform Media Archive Scholarship (April '11)

Craig Dietrich, University of Southern California
Erik Loyer, University of Southern California


Annotating Scholarly Resources: An Update from the Open Annotation Collaboration (December '10)

Robert Sanderson, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Tim Cole, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign


The Ivory Tower and the Open Web (December '10)

Daniel J. Cohen, George Mason University

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ARL’s 2030 Scenarios Look at the Future of Research (December '10)

Karla Strieb, Association of Research Libraries


Centers for Digital Scholarship & Library Leadership: Two Case Studies (December '10)

Joan Giesecke, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Harriette Hemmasi, Brown University


University Publishing Initiatives (December '10)

David Ruddy, Cornell University
Mira Waller, Duke University Press
Maria Bonn, University of Michigan


Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication: An Exploration of Faculty Values and Needs in Seven Disciplines (April '10)

Diane Harley, University of California, Berkeley


Digital Scholarship in an Academic Research Library: UVa’s Scholars’ Lab (April '10)

Bethany Nowviskie, University of Virginia
Michael Furlough, Pennsylvania State University
Anne Houston, University of Virginia


Faculty Attitudes 2009: Findings from the Latest Ithaka S+R Survey (April '10)

Roger C. Schonfeld, Ithaka S+R


Using Digital Video for Research – Getting Beyond YouTube: Segmenting, Annotating and Archiving Digital Video Using the Annotator’s Workbench (April '10)

William G. Cowan, Indiana University


CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship and the Transformation of Academic Libraries (December '09)

Elliot Shore, Bryn Mawr College
Charles Henry, Council on Library and Information Resources


Enhancing Research through Enhanced Publications in the SURFshare Program (December '09)

John Doove, SURF Foundation


Knowledge Exchange: The European Initiative of DEFF, DFG, JISC and SURF (December '09)

Sigrun Eckelmann, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)


EthicShare: A Model for Virtual Research Communities (April '09)

Kate McCready, University of Minnesota
John T. Butler, University of Minnesota


Open Annotation Collaboration: Enabling Interoperable Annotation of Scholarly Digital Resources (April '09)

Timothy W. Cole, University of Illinois


Social Networking for Graduate Students: GradShare (April '09)

Jeff Lang, ProQuest


Academic Research Portals: Integrating Librarians and Academic Programs (December '08)

John Zenelis, George Mason University
Wally Grotophorst, George Mason University
Victoria Shelton, George Mason University
LeRoy J. LaFleur, George Mason University


Deep Indexing of Journal Articles as a Significant Enhancement in Scholarly Communications (December '06)

Matthew Dunie , CSA


The MLA Task Force on Evaluating Scholarship for Tenure and Promotion: An Open Discussion (April '06)

David Laurence, Modern Language Association
David Nicholls, Modern Language Association


Two Years of the ARROW Project: A Progress Report on Where We Are, and How We Got Here (April '06)

Neil Dickson, Monash University
David Groenewegen, Monash University


National (Canada) Consultation on Access to Scientific Research Data (December '05)

Glen Newton, CISTI, National Research Council Canada


Real Measurements for Libraries: The Normative Data Project (December '05)

Steven Abram, SirsiDynix
Robert Molyneux, SirsiDynix


The Right Tool for the Job: DPubS Publication Management Software (December '05)

Sarah Thomas, Cornell University
Nancy L. Eaton, Pennsylvania State University


Grey Literature in Scholarly Communication: Current Thinking from Libraries and Publishers (April '05)

James Neal, Columbia University
Kate Wittenberg, Columbia University


Copyright Management for Scholarship (April '04)

Rodney Petersen, EDUCAUSE
Julia Blixrud, Association of Research Libraries
John C. Vaughn, Association of American Universities


EPIC’s Online Use and Costs Evaluation Program: Findings and Suggestions for Future Research (April '04)

Christina Norman, Columbia University
Kate Wittenberg, Columbia University


Realizing the Scholarly Knowledge Cycle: The Experience of eBank UK (April '04)

Liz Lyon, UKOLN, University of Bath


Public and Distributed Scholarship in an Age of Wires and Empires (December '03)

David Silver, University of Washington


Security Issues for Licensed Resources (December '02)

Kevin Guthrie, JSTOR
Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information


Building Sustainable Models for Electronic Scholarly Publishing (April '02)

Maria S. Bonn, University of Michigan
Catherine Candee, University of California, Office of the President


Information Policy, Electronic Surveillance, and Privacy Post September 11th (April '02)

Prue Adler, Association of Research Libraries
Rodney Peterson, EDUCAUSE/University of Maryland


The Online Publishing Use and Costs Evaluation Program (April '02)

Kate Wittenberg, Columbia University

Christina Norman, EPIC

David Millman, Columbia University


Open Archives Initiative Update (April '02)

Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information

Daniel Greenstein, Digital Library Federation
Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory – Research Library


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Last updated:  Wednesday, August 17th, 2011