Streamlining Research Information Management with ORCID & Pure at RTI International (Research Triangle Institute)

September 22, 2022By LYRASISLYRASIS, ORCID US

RTI International (Research Triangle Institute) is a non-profit research institute based in North Carolina that provides research services for government and commercial clients around the globe. RTI became an ORCID member organization in 2017 through LYRASIS, which then became the ORCID US Community consortium in 2018. This blog post is based on a presentation by … Read More

CollectionSpace Community Collections Spotlight for Education

September 15, 2022By LYRASISCollectionSpace Community Collections Spotlight, LYRASIS

CollectionSpace Community Collections Spotlight: CollectionSpace for Education SAVE THE DATE! September 27th, 1:00-2:30pm Eastern Join us for the CollectionSpace Community Collections Spotlight webinar on September 27. CollectionSpace is one of the leading web-based, open source collections management software solutions used by a wide range of institution types and museums. While museums continually seek to make … Read More

WALDO To Cease Operations for Group Licensing

August 25, 2022By LYRASISFeatured, LYRASIS

The WALDO Executive Board has 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.  LYRASIS, a nonprofit membership organization, has been entrusted by the WALDO Board to act as the fiscal and administrative agent for the former WALDO … Read More

University of Michigan Press Hits 2022 Open Access Books Target; Ready to Expand Open Access in 2023

August 23, 2022By LYRASISLYRASIS, Open Access 2 Comments

The following article was posted on behalf of University of Michigan Press. The 2023 Michigan Ebook Collection marks the third year of University of Michigan of Press’s renewed commitment to open access through its Fund to Mission program. This OA monograph model has allowed UMP to better align with our mission of sustainably distributing scholarship … Read More

Meet Sam Eddington

August 23, 2022By LYRASISClasses and Events, LYRASIS

Meet Sam Eddington- LYRASIS Learning Program Leader Recently, Sam Eddington joined LYRASIS as the new Program Leader for LYRASIS Learning and Professional Development. Sam is an experienced training professional with a background in developing statewide training initiatives, and has worked in academic, public, and regional libraries. He also served on and chaired many national and state … Read More

NSPM-33 & ORCID: Information for Research Organizations

June 14, 2022By LYRASISLYRASIS, ORCID US

This is a living document that will be updated over time as more details about NSPM-33-related policies become available. Last updated: August 29, 2022. In January 2021, the White House released a National Security Presidential Memorandum (NSPM-33) on United States (US) Government-Supported Research and Development National Security Policy. NSPM-33 directs Federal agencies conducting research and/or … Read More

LYRASIS Open Access Community Investment Program Meets Funding Goals

June 13, 2022By LYRASISLYRASIS, Open Access No Comments

LYRASIS is pleased to announce that the supporters of the LYRASIS Open Access Community Investment Program (OACIP) have achieved the 2022 funding goals!  What is OACIP? OACIP [pronounced O-A-C-I-P] is a community-driven framework that enables collective stakeholders to evaluate and fund open access content initiatives in a strategic way. OACIP brings together investment opportunities in … Read More

Celebrating 7 years of service, LYRASIS CEO to Transition at End of June 2022

February 22, 2022By LYRASISLYRASIS

February 22, 2022. Following seven years of service, Robert Miller, the Chief Executive Officer of LYRASIS, a leading non-profit member organization serving and supporting libraries, archives, museums, and cultural heritage organizations globally, will be leaving the organization as of June 30, 2022.  Since becoming CEO in 2015, Robert and his team have led LYRASIS through … Read More