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CNI News & Conversations Moving - Update Your Readers & Links!

CNI has launched a newly-designed Web site which incorporates the CNI News feed and the CNI Conversations podcast program. Updates and notifications will no longer be posted to this site. 54 more words

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NSF Report: Changing the Conduct of Science in the Information Age

CNI-announce readers may be interested in a recently-issued report from the U.S. National Science Foundation reporting on a November 2010 workshop titled “Changing the Conduct of Science in the Information Age”. 84 more words

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ARL-CNI Forum on 21st-Century Collections, Oct. 13–14

ARL and CNI will co-host the forum 21st-Century Collections and the Urgency of Collaborative Action on October 13–14 in Washington, DC, immediately following the ARL Membership Meeting. 29 more words

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Coming Soon: Redesigned CNI Web Site

CNI will be launching our newly designed Web site over Labor Day weekend. The new site will continue to offer easy access to all the information the community has come to rely on from CNI, including the latest news on pressing issues, CNI membership meeting details, and publications by CNI staff. 151 more words

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CLIR Report on Cyberinfrastructure for Classical Studies

CLIR has just published a major (and, at 300 pages, massive) study of cyberinfrastucture needs and developments in the area of classical studies. I’ve reproduced the announcement below. 149 more words

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Moore Foundation Call for Input on Data Intensive Science Investments

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has issued a call for community input to help guide the planning for their future investments in data-intensive science. The call is open through mid-September, 2011, and is structured through a web tool that allows both submission of new ideas and commentary on ideas that others have submitted in response to the Foundation’s call. 44 more words

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Video available - Lynch at OCLC Symposium

OCLC has made available a number of videos from programs at the ALA Annual Conference. Included are Cliff Lynch’s keynote at their Symposium “The Infinite Collection: Resources in the Digital Age.” Cliff’s is one of a number of stimulating presentations, including those by Brian Schottlaender of UC San Diego, Rick Anderson of University of Utah, and Bobbi Newman of the Libraries and Transliteracy Project. 20 more words

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