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Cathy Aster selected for HBCU-DLF Authenticity Project

April 2, 2019
by Hannah Frost

Cathy Aster has been selected as a Conversation Partner for the IMLS-funded Authenticity Project. In a collaboration by the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Library Alliance  and the Digital Library Federation, the mentoring and professional development program provides opportunities for staff at HBCUs and predominantly white institutions (PWIs) to foster connections and build information exchanges using a project-based focus. The goal of the Authenticity Project is “to create a more diverse, inclusive, collaborative and cohesive next-generation digital library workforce, ready to work across types of institutions in building infrastructure of various kinds (social and technological) in service to a wide array of communities.” 

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Stanford Mendeley Institutional subscription will be cancelled on June 30th, 2019

April 2, 2019
by Alexandra Krogman

Please read our blog post "Update for Stanford Mendeley Institutional users" for an update on the situation.

Our current Stanford Mendeley Institutional subscription expires on June 30th, 2019, and we have been advised by Elsevier against renewal.  We find ourselves in the unhappy position of having to announce that we will no longer offer Mendeley Institutional after June 30th.

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John Mustain, Rare Books Curator, to retire

March 29, 2019
by Robert G Trujillo

John Mustain is retiring as the Rare Books Curator for the Stanford Libraries at the end of April, 2019. John has been with the Stanford Libraries for 35+ years both as a Rare Books Cataloger and subsequently as the Rare Books Curator. John is a bit of a legend within the Libraries and amongst the Stanford faculty and graduate students … and deservedly so.

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Concierge 52: Library Systems: Going behind the scenes

March 20, 2019
by Ellie Buckley

Join us to learn how Library Systems is involved behind the scenes in almost every aspect of library operations--from acquisition to circulation of library materials, automated fund reports, metadata uploads to SearchWorks, and even grant funded projects like LD4P. The Library Systems team and liaisons will discuss key unit functions, including management of SirsiDynix Symphony Workflows.

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