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Kudos Unveils Headline Results From the Bridging the Divide Project

Kudos revealed headline results from its Bridging the Divide project, which "gathered input from researchers, university administrators, funders and others with a role or interest in ensuring that research engages and benefits audiences beyond academia.

Clarivate Report Shares Buzzworthy New Research Fronts

Clarivate published a global research report, "Identifying Research Fronts in the Web of Science: From Metrics to Meaning," which features analysis from Clarivate's Institute for Scientific Information (ISI).

OCLC and LIBER Develop Discussion Series on Open Science

OCLC teamed up with LIBER (Association of European Research Libraries) to launch a discussion series (i.e., webinars and discussion groups) centered on open science that will run from Sept. 24 to Nov. 5.

Clarivate Report Showcases Trends in Indigenous Research

Clarivate rolled out a new regional landscape report, "The State of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Maori and Pacific Peoples Research," based on data from the Web of Science Core Collection.

CCC Facilitates Better At-Home Learning During the Pandemic

Since its founding in 1978, Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) has strived to create platforms that successfully support copyright compliance for both the publishers and users of content. Since March, CCC has stepped up to create compliance solutions geared to the use and reuse of content that is part of remote and online education.

BiblioCommons Adds Android Option for BiblioApps

BiblioCommons introduced BiblioApps for Android devices to aid public libraries in patron engagement. Already available for iOS devices, BiblioApps provides a way to promote "the library's collections, staff lists, and events to increase the public library's use—both online and in person.

Children's Primary Sources Get the Spotlight at Adam Matthew

Adam Matthew rolled out its newest collection of primary sources, Children's Literature and Culture, which comes from the holdings of the American Antiquarian Society (with additional material from the Winterthur Library).

CCC Introduces Open Access Workflow Services

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) launched Open Access Workflow Services, "a comprehensive consulting practice providing strategic Open Access (OA) and Transformative Agreement workflow support to publishers, funders, institutions and other key stakeholders in the scholarly communications ecosystem."

The Librarian of Congress Appoints the Next Register of Copyrights

The U.S. Copyright Office announced the following: "Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced today that she has appointed Shira Perlmutter as Register of Copyrights and director of the U.S. Copyright Office."

'What James Daunt Did and Did Not Say About Barnes & Noble's Future' by Mike Shatzkin

Mike Shatzkin writes the following on his The Idea Logical Company blog: "In what has to be considered a bit of a coup, BISG Executive Director Brian O'Leary scored a lengthy interview with B&N head James Daunt as the feature of BISG's annual meeting which took place on September 11. Daunt had a lot to say about his plans for change at B&N....

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