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Innovative Trends in Academic Libraries
Danielle Cooper Yeshiva University Symposium

On Thursday, January 11, from 2:00 - 3:00 pm, Danielle Cooper is speaking on "Digital Humanities: Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Religious Studies Scholars" at Yeshiva University. Her talk is part of Yeshiva's "Mini Symposium on Innovative Trends in Academic Libraries." For more information, see the conference website. Danielle's talk is drawn from the Research Support Services project on religious studies.


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Workflows and the Highly Collaborative Public Health Scholar

Today Ithaka S+R is publishing the report Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Public Health Scholars, which provides actionable findings for organizations, institutions, and professionals who support the research activities in this dynamic field.  Our research was undertaken collaboratively with research teams at seven academic libraries in the U.S., six of which have also made their local findings publically available as companion publications. This work is part of an ongoing…

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A New Project on Indigenous Studies Scholars

I would like to begin by acknowledging the Lenape, the traditional caretakers of the land on which Ithaka S+R is located. Today, Manhattan (from the Lenape word Manahatta) is still the home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island and beyond. I am grateful for the opportunity to work for Ithaka S+R on this land.[1] Here at Ithaka S+R, we have developed a certain kind of expertise in scholars’…

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Supporting Civil and Environmental Engineering Scholars

This Fall Ithaka S+R is launching a new project to explore the research support needs of Civil and Environmental Engineering scholars. Civil and Environmental Engineering focuses on the built and natural environment, including the design and maintenance of infrastructure and buildings and stewardship of natural resources. Our project seeks to develop a holistic understanding of these scholars’ information needs by attending to the full life cycle of their information activities,…

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Rethinking Liaison Programs for the Humanities

For generations, most research libraries have had employees with deep subject expertise. Once known as bibliographers, these scholars and librarians originally focused their efforts on selection for collection building. Today, there is real anxiety about the role of subject expertise and academic liaisons in research libraries. We argue that evidence about scholars’ practices and needs should be a key input …


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Danielle Cooper Shares Findings from the Agriculture Study with USAIN Members

On July 12, at 1:00 pm (EDT), Danielle Cooper will share findings from Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Agriculture Scholars with members of the United States Agricultural Information Network (USAIN) through a webinar. USAIN was one of the sponsors of this research support services project into the needs and practices of agriculture faculty.


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Agricultural Research, Data Management, Funder Mandates: Where Do We Go From Here?

The latest Ithaka S+R report on agriculture scholars summarizes the diverse research being undertaken in across the agricultural sciences and suggests some ways forward for the agricultural information community. One key theme in the report focuses on the work undertaken by researchers in the agricultural sciences around data management. The breadth of the field is reflected in the variety of methods and data generated by scholars, ranging from genetics to…

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Danielle Cooper Speaks at the Catholic Research Resources Alliance Annual Meeting

On Tuesday, June 27, Danielle Cooper will share findings from "Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Religious Studies Scholars" with the Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) in Chicago. When: Tuesday, June 27, 9:00 - 9:45 am Where: Loyola University Chicago Water Tower Campus Regents Hall, Lewis Towers, 111 E. Pearson St Chicago, IL Registration is open to all CRRA members, partners, friends, and guests.    


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Innovating with Evidence Collaboratively and Cross-Institutionally
Danielle Cooper at the EBLIP Conference

Danielle Cooper will present "Innovating with Evidence Collaboratively and Cross-Institutionally: Ithaka S+R's Religious Studies Conference" at the 9th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference in Philadelphia. Her talk will begin at 11:30 on Tuesday, June 20. For more information, please visit the conference website Abstract Objective: What resources and services do faculty members need to be successful in their research? The answer likely depends on their discipline. By embracing…