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Brannon, Griffin, Kucsak, Polanka, and Shaw,"Libraries and the Move to Transparency"

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This presentation was provided by Sian Brannon of the University of North Texas, Julie Griffin and Michael Kucsak of Virginia Tech University, Sue Polanka of Wright State University, and Jon Shaw of the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, during the roundtable discussion of the NISO webinar "Libraries and the Move to Transparency," which was held on May 15, 2019.

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Brannon, Griffin, Kucsak, Polanka, and Shaw,"Libraries and the Move to Transparency"

  1. 1. NISO Webinar Libraries and the Move to Transparency Wednesday, May 15, 2019 1:00 am – 2:30 pm Participants: • Sian Brannon, Associate Dean for Collection Management, University of North Texas; • Julie Griffin, Senior Associate Dean, University Libraries, Virginia Tech; • Michael Kucsak, Assistant Dean & Chief of Staff, University Libraries, Virginia Tech; • Michael Levine-Clark, Dean of Libraries, University of Denver; • Sue Polanka, University Librarian, Wright State University; • Jon Shaw, Associate Vice Provost & Deputy University Librarian, University of Pennsylvania Libraries.
  2. 2. NISO Webinar: Libraries and The Move to Transparency NISO Webinar • May 15, 2019 Questions (1) What types of information should the university library be making transparent? (2) How does such transparency potentially benefit or disadvantage the academic library?
  3. 3. NISO Webinar: Libraries and The Move to Transparency NISO Webinar • May 15, 2019 (3) Discuss Transparency (in the context of both library policies as well as library process) when applied to the following: Strategic Plans Budgets
  4. 4. NISO Webinar: Libraries and The Move to Transparency NISO Webinar • May 15, 2019 (3) Discuss Transparency (in context of library policies as well as library process) when applied to the following: Collection Management (storage, selection, weeding, cancellations, etc.)
  5. 5. NISO Webinar: Libraries and The Move to Transparency NISO Webinar • May 15, 2019 (3) Transparency & Licensing Agreements Investment in information resources; Non disclosure agreements; Constraints on patrons’ use of and engagement with licensed content:
  6. 6. NISO Webinar: Libraries and The Move to Transparency NISO Webinar • May 15, 2019 (3) Transparency Policies pertaining to privacy protections of patron use of and engagement with content and with institutional management systems in place
  7. 7. NISO Webinar: Libraries and The Move to Transparency NISO Webinar • May 15, 2019 (3) Transparency when applied to the following: Policies pertaining to patron and/or public access to staff (organizational charts, staff directories)
  8. 8. (4) What successful techniques have you been able to use in communicating policies and practices to specific communities and/or subsets of the patron community, such as undergraduates? (5) What do you see as best practices in creating transparency around issues such as protecting patron privacy (key internal library principle) in the context of new (data collection) systems such as learning management systems (respecting the institutional interest in supporting student retention)? (6) To what extent should there be limits (or degrees) of transparency when communicating with the patron community? 8
  9. 9. NISO Webinar: Libraries and The Move to Transparency NISO Webinar • May 15, 2019 Questions & Discussion Slides will be posted to the NISO website following the close of today’s segment: https://www.niso.org/events/2019/05/libraries-and-move- transparency
  10. 10. Thanks to all of our attendees for joining us today. We look forward to hearing from you! THANK YOU

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