Several members of the CHORUS Academic Advisory Working Group (AAWG) were on the conference circuit in November, speaking at two key events.
On 4 November 2021, Michael Levine-Clark (Dean of Libraries, University of Denver), Liz Lorbeer (Chair, Medical Library, Stryker School of Medicine, Western Michigan University), and Judy Russell (Dean of University Libraries, University of Florida) led the “Managing Open Research: Challenges and Opportunities for the Research Library” discussion about how their universities approach to managing open research, highlighting challenges and opportunities for institutional libraries.
Recording Link: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/charleston-conference-2021-recordings-available-charleston-hub
Note – The link will take you to the Charleston Hub, where you can find the link to the session recording. Log-in credentials are necessary to view presentations.
Grey Literature Conference
On 25 November 2021, Judy Russell, Michael Levine-Clark, and Rick Anderson (University Librarian, Brigham Young University) shared their thoughts on the topic of research data openness and management. It was great to be part of this event for the first time, but the pre-recorded format precluded any real-time discussion with participants. They look forward to a future opportunity to address this group again.
Recording Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVaYIdfpwZoQwAK2Dsqu-wQ