Press Release: CCAHA and Lyrasis Announce Succession Planning Initiative for Collections Stewardship

March 22, 2023By LyrasisPress Release

  Contact: Jason Henn Manager of Marketing & External Relations, CCAHA Meg Blum Director of Marketing & Communications, Lyrasis 303.875.9893 The Collections Stewardship Succession Planning Initiative is a two-year project of the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA), in partnership with Lyrasis, created to actively address the need for leadership development and knowledge transfer in the … Read More

DataCite DOI Best Practices and Considerations for Getting Started

March 7, 2023By LyrasisDataCite US Community, Lyrasis

DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) enable unique, persistent identification for objects as an important part of the open research infrastructure that helps to make research and scholarly communication more FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable). If your organization is thinking about using DataCite DOIs, or if you’re just getting started, this blog provides an overview of … Read More

Lyrasis March Instructor Spotlight: Siobhan O’Loughlin

February 28, 2023By LyrasisClass Spotlight, Classes and Events, Events, Lyrasis, LYRASIS Learning

Our March Instructor Spotlight is Siobhán O’Loughlin. Siobhán is teaching  Cultivating Creativity on March 22. Siobhán O’Loughlin (she/her) is a Los Angeles-based creative. She is the recipient of The New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Solo Performance, a grant recipient of the Network of Ensemble Theatres, a Moth Story Slam Champion, a fellow at … Read More

ORCID at UF: The University of Florida’s response to NSPM-33

February 25, 2023By LyrasisORCID US

The University of Florida (UF) became an ORCID member organization in 2017 initially through the Greater Western Library Alliance (GWLA) consortium, prior to joining the ORCID US Community consortium in 2018. This blog post is based on a presentation by Stephanie Gray, Assistant Vice President & Director of Sponsored Programs, and Karen Pastos, Project Manager, … Read More

February Lyrasis Instructor Spotlight: Jill Hurst-Wahl

January 31, 2023By LyrasisClasses and Events, Lyrasis

Our February Instructor Spotlights Jill Hurst-Wahl. Jill is teaching Copyright and Fair Use in Academic Libraries on February 7. Jill is a consultant, speaker, writer, and educator, who frequently focuses on copyright law. She has taught copyright law for the American Library Association and the Syracuse University iSchool, where she is now professor emerita. Her … Read More

Lyrasis Webinar Series: FADGI (Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative) Returns!

January 30, 2023By LyrasisClass Spotlight, Classes and Events, Digitization, Lyrasis

The FADGI webinar series returns! Join us for an overview and deep dive of the Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative (FADGI) with Don Williams and Jim Studnicki. In this five part series, we’ll begin with Don Williams giving an overview of the FADGI guidelines, their purpose, and his work with the Still Image Working Group, … Read More

Grants Funds Available for Public Libraries

January 23, 2023By LyrasisCatalyst Fund

Lyrasis invites and encourages Lyrasis Public Library members to submit proposals and ideas for the Catalyst Fund. The Catalyst Fund provides financial support for new ideas and innovative projects from the Lyrasis membership. Initiated by the Lyrasis Leaders Circle in 2016, the Fund expands opportunities to share expertise and collaborate on innovations with potential for … Read More

ORCID US Community Newsletter – December 2022

December 12, 2022By LyrasisORCID US

The ORCID US Community is closing out our 5th year and we’re still growing strong, with plenty of exciting updates and important information from across the community below. Past newsletters can be found in the ORCID US Community Blog. To contribute to future newsletters, please email Stay well! Community Snapshot Member institutions = 185 … Read More

Columbia University Joins The Palace Project Platform and App

December 9, 2022By LyrasisFeatured, Lyrasis, Press Release, The Palace Project

The nonprofit library-centered platform enables equitable e-content access through public libraries and universities ATLANTA, GA – December 12, 2022 – The Palace Project (“Palace”), the nonprofit library-centered platform and e-reader app for digital content and services, announced today that the Columbia University Library has adopted its platform. The Palace Project is an easy-to-use platform for … Read More

December Instructors Spotlight: Leigh Grinstead and Tanya Diggs

December 7, 2022By LyrasisLyrasis

Our December Instructors Spotlights Leigh Grinstead as the Program Lead for the Catalyst Fund and Tanya Diggs, who is the Lyrasis Grants Administrator. Leigh and Tanya work closely together to manage the Catalyst Fund grant activities. They advise and support members as they develop concepts into polished ideas or proposals and work with recipients to … Read More

Computers in Libraries 2023

December 5, 2022By LyrasisEvents

Computers in Libraries is back in person for 2023! As a LYRASIS member, you are eligible to attend Computers in Libraries 2023 March 28 – March 30, 2023 at a discounted rate. Use the following discount registration information to purchase your pass. This year, the Gold Pass will be available for the group rate of $649 … Read More

WALDO Transition

October 31, 2022By LyrasisLyrasis

In August 2022, it was announced that the WALDO Executive Board voted to discontinue its 501c3 organization as a discrete entity and will gradually conclude WALDO’s operations during fiscal year (FY) 2023, which ends June 30, 2023. WALDO has been in discussion with Lyrasis since early 2020, with the Board investigating its options to make … Read More