New videos from CNI’s December membership meeting have been posted:
Protecting Privacy on the Web: A Study of HTTPS and Google Analytics Implementation in Academic Library Websites Kenning Arlitsch & Scott W.H. Young (Montana State University)
How well do academic libraries protect privacy in the digital age? This presentation reports the results of a study funded by IMLS and conducted by Montana State University and the University of New Mexico.
Hiding In Plain Sight: The Value of Machine-Processable Copyright Data
John Mark Ockerbloom (U. Pennsylvania), Greg Cram (NYPL), Melissa Levine (U. Michigan)
This presentation features discussions of projects that are publishing and using historic copyright data online, and show how making such data available in searchable, machine-processable, and linkable forms can enable libraries and other cultural institutions to legally use and share underused public domain and copyrighted literature and scholarship with greater confidence.
User Research: Can LOD Help Users Engage with and Make Better Use of Digitized Special Collections?
Timothy W. Cole (UIUC), Katrina Fenlon (UMD College Park), Harriett Green (Washington U. St. Louis)
This briefing looks at two case studies undertaken to better understand how users engage with digitized special collections to understand if the use of Linked Open Data (LOD) methods and models facilitate and/or encourage user engagement.
Evaluating and Closing Privacy Gaps for Online Library Services
Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe (UIUC), Katie Zimmerman & Micah Altman (MIT)
Combines 2 presentations: Privacy Gaps in Mediated Library Services and Negotiating for What We Want: A Proposal for Model License Language on User Privacy.