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Subject:

Re: ORCID API

From:

Andrew Kierig <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

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Oh, excellent point. I was planning on using the member API. It didn’t occur to me as an interim measure.

And re: the demo. That’s good to know. There was a lot of frustrating back and forth and wrong information from the ORCID person I was speaking with.

ak

--
Andrew Kierig
pronoun.is/they<https://pronoun.is/they>

Digital Publishing Lead
Mason Publishing
George Mason University Libraries

On 31 Jul 2019, at 13:10, Alainna Wrigley wrote:

Having helped test and review PKP's new OJS plugin for ORCID, I can confirm that OJS does support the ORCID Public API, which does not require a review from the ORCID team. It's also pretty flexible on how ORCID iDs are collected -- really like the email request method for co-authors that editors or submitting authors can initiate. It's a nice improvement over the feature in OJS 2.x.

That said, the ORCID Member API credentials review process for an OJS plugin should be relatively straightforward, and screenshots should be sufficient to demonstrate that the system is working as intended -- unless the review process has changed significant since I left ORCID in December : (

Best,
Alainna
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-----Original Message-----
From: Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Andrew Kierig
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2019 9:19 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] ORCID API

Dear David:

There’s also a plugin<https://secure-web.cisco.com/1YIVS4VHyB5hPbgXm3HGU2BtaTYddOzwsDYLRskH49QOcLWNuRURINa5hRcSe4VZLfHAvsfXkFEIic6KVzORlETMX_bh9FAWd2CU3aCUa0eJMj_KG0DfXkf0JkTEprg4V9PQrgYSJ6NRFwIl_8_vKerPjn753A3y8kn0nZYtcy_IukTJUVsKRQKF52271mTO3_9zxXl7dpGWaiWxezpKfI_1sXhlzEBIP6626kgCWjY4uP_Wov9SBB-_RhcdEg0Wlu1k4uMry8u1bF8-sY4CWuYEQLwp3MBVUqncVV-YfNzr_DYDxWzS2UKHau6P_r0LOX7ko2QFfwArHw1YtXzt-cL-M5WU0FIMrrpMPrhKzqdIShXsmyIxc2Q4KtpuVXMSCDA9cqrnQtX5x5XdqAgoRssqk7LG4CB9fDAJx1Z30khG3mePEZmpq2Oi10oKtA3eaTf5dIsqYelf47V5W878zhQ/https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fpkp%2ForcidProfile> for PKP’s Open Journals System that uses the ORCID API to pull user profile data and push publications.

I don’t mean to sound down on ORCID, I’m a huge fan, but their approval process for using the production API even with an existing and already ORCID approved plugin is why we don’t have it on the GMU OJS Instance<https://journals.gmu.edu>. There’s just too much other stuff to do that I don’t really have time to schedule and then spend an hour on a demo with one of their folks.

ak

--
Andrew Kierig
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Digital Publishing Lead
Mason Publishing
George Mason University Libraries

On 30 Jul 2019, at 23:00, CODE4LIB automatic digest system wrote:

There are 10 messages totaling 679 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

1. ORCID (4)
2. Archipelago Commons beta release 8.x-1.0-beta1 - check it!
3. Screen Reader Survey
4. Job: Unix Systems Engineer at Columbia University Libraries 5. Job: Systems Manager at Library Company of Philadelphia 6. Job: Coordinator of Information Technology Services at Thomas Crane Public Library 7. Job: Technology Development Librarian at The University of Alabama Libraries

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Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2019 15:16:27 +0000
From: "Bigwood, David" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ORCID

ORCID provides an API that can be queried by ORCID or institution name (I think). Has anyone written code to query the API on a regular basis to pull down articles by their faculty? Is it something you'd care to share? I've not the faintest idea of a way to write an API query.

Thanks,
David Bigwood
[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
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Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2019 15:42:09 +0000
From: "Pikas, Christina K." <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: ORCID

Hi David,
Our beta version of our Civil Space staff profiles is pulling from ORCID (not sure why it's not live yet). We're a consortium member which was only necessary to be able to add to the profiles (we migrated data from ResearcherID).

I didn't do the programming myself- it was done by developers here. If you use R, you might consider: https://secure-web.cisco.com/1h3EtixgqqvdoWtOtmePGtSQFE_DE-vjbBndy9U9V4EX5IfbxYqqprFMwA2EunXvRGARDb3-IwSvRbgnJL_Ijo7X2dcSD-mJUuSxBtMkxMZYxKW9Y4bYC3bfBLS6qFjD-g7oAdzd1tMcv6qt9znsJjehlI5rdqPpK-4oyCpZBWLuumEwwtO3ZPx_3db_YnKBIGp5xIWDKuMWKSHahCnf_BMJTNYHI0yBfwvnLvk4qINENs1XWLoLuITkb54pHdwZSWRYEpXvpO2lIOVyHBWpjOP5WkByYeo2GsXY2hh0Rdcq6GRDa4IGPrTcOGww8eJh0CdPHKB9nPQLf_xd7wYGaXV7IBjcHHRwevz1h32VeiTM9CEaUOL1esvfCQR9DUw3lpXOrTlPaEvLb1tBoCNCcDg/https%3A%2F%2Fropensci.github.io%2Frorcid%2F . The developer documentation is pretty good, too: https://secure-web.cisco.com/19EJZRaJ6aib0SzRT9Y0NYoQdPiE-vFkvnd0isxh33PaRLVAnihk34-g2aTeO915IBHlE-x3TLhHiU5NcmSnvdpHSUGeKTLXWMmcfuLEd97a4cuZpRrHBNwqDFXneu0t1APfKCBRAgeRY6_RHYUrN1HA_V2DGHdrRzQ586frz0cpSRtaZuiKsgmxhj9YNBBHGL_bBaTNTZg_34RVai-wo2jIHCDeuKjpgB9z7zV2I4fbhyxwyfmqOpLlowU0mOmIE1bd2xxIn60iJNS5qmqMGTUfKeUVm_aa1yOkVhbtgq61Jxba5o9gqDPgKhd2MMRUFOPXAT71UGuSLykqTGK2iEnd_fziU1xUpfUNTSGuTBpOkJuWSOqjEbh24AP6zASIb/https%3A%2F%2Fsupport.orcid.org%2Fhc%2Fen-us%2Farticles%2F360006897174

What language were you thinking about (like Python or R or ... ???)

Christina

------
Christina K. Pikas, BS, MLS, PhD
(she/her/hers)
Librarian
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Baltimore: 443.778.4812
D.C.: 240.228.4812
[log in to unmask]



-----Original Message-----
From: Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Bigwood, David
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 11:16 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: [CODE4LIB] ORCID

ORCID provides an API that can be queried by ORCID or institution name (I think). Has anyone written code to query the API on a regular basis to pull down articles by their faculty? Is it something you'd care to share? I've not the faintest idea of a way to write an API query.

Thanks,
David Bigwood
[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Regional Planetary Image Facility/Library Lunar and Planetary Institute https://secure-web.cisco.com/1ZEzOij9eRJRzNl0ylCdiG3B9kcqXFeAdUlTgIpNPKpvcBOkPv98skrHNvyAFUxzMcVTPCa0f0oVL5XyFmyMh3jbE5nRJ4BoU1NijEnHdcosRX2Hbi8cvN51dy4f-ZW0ubEBpU-NUERCHkXjioYkOKY_aXd0HplSIOGzyv-y1CZj7yaK4DRNiwsj9cfHO6l8ZVJ3TeVroG06M23sVyKq4C_c9JBReeBmcIV7xglEjqdFOcPMr4au_kD1P1PvdODBdUAURRVSqkspiakBSH8-VwERRH_1_pRxBHjRkbMP_KYklhasBfWO3u8aTOkMLZXQFpjH6RA6ABAWHURyVeYV3fTz35D8oVPqWTvXbg8TyzfTDXkGJ8oamdwt6vExeikFt/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FRPIFN%2F https://secure-web.cisco.com/18SfoGf2Pt0IdF9rok6zVfRalsv_duCWc4hRY2_YxnZEJoOWdcs66X04Qxgv-ec_mSeqoTquZ6uHk3zHrTfOL-UkO4nr8nmQJoy_I-5WdlDW1PByHwtHlEsKTXDIIvSuZjjXkEHxSZBC2JN-LivvmRHHmHDhmPFq2KGqRl0F4_8jIwucGe6-yogYFFsmkBp6lLjSUWsgZXm6g1N5MqkG6KCiC8NE47_Iw8qk9Km-3nEEFRlyuidYt1ZaqPoPw_NRYv4OQgmLCImJYurzjJ4qFrrTAsIt1gCKOmwnjvhXyISJQHgnTsD03u61Puaux-h2IWAiwssxUXgZFeRqeN_hKjlf6sHLP7u0ukzmaRTkMicbfJZb3twCqFITXfl3VyL5G/https%3A%2F%2Frepository.hou.usra.edu%2F

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Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2019 16:56:21 +0000
From: Alainna Wrigley <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: ORCID

Seconding rorcid -- Scott regularly updates it!

You can see a few code examples at https://secure-web.cisco.com/1oyHolGsnf_lcNCsZYa6-qaoMWNlo1mlLpD8btCawwpR1vi5PelIlWAGRya0GkNkxKrUYEECxw9hHWCkzjpwM3QXES0muTkTqNcgbaqoPlzWLNx0HGn7cGk1o4-1gZucVZcD4RGArWCtURpqzs6Sfg0UrRKjasnnLI2FOQj6gU_1-fzxcE2bhrLEwRR0zoWd-jfZ87YPScigNnmA_p3X24wVY4_PRp5T-4tNtBgypP-8pw5GYhzKu01vVXfvpGzVXHs2tJmm9j-7pxYqKOLzGWhczAyLa-3ov_QO-nzV68v6aGW_KgrkeTOhzBVPuVAGNfIlojagthMwI3KSDQ_aZCOsUDJfVB1-Wbg5Yg_00vvsrLQZS5rNkPDpjqvM3St2W/https%3A%2F%2Fmembers.orcid.org%2Fapi%2Fresources%2Fcode-examples -- but n.b. that it's a bit out of date in terms of using older versions of the ORCID API. rorcid has kept up to date, however.

Ideally you'd first gather the ORCID iDs via the API, by having the user sign into their ORCID account and authenticate with the application (using e.g. the free ORCID public API). If memory serves rorcid supports this use. The ORCID development team also has created a simple iD connection application at: https://orcid-create-on-demand.herokuapp.com or if you'd prefer OIDC: https://secure-web.cisco.com/1qdYgNGgjPpKiY9oBRhwDXqHCYgvarXS5bL5jns1MpKPljkKnPVsV5mP0lInyw49k71hU-Cjo14vHLb_9V-XNSnN631cN48zUYUwHg6MGD1XICawGNmuCKkXRIQBDndtXYKjBQgDMgsdndym8fXhOLY9lC4a6wAhSJE8h7uQd9WGUmp3pSY-GHJQsj4SxPOff_kHFACO_XGyv1J-NT_2TP8Z5pOq433CWS-Vdv9H2NagmbbJ1_5P3veOrs8KvISxnqxmH0b3GZzlIkesD_rwOt13C4QFoJ97gibUNpzIrAWGxrVV5kritVI7yzUbf1T0I9hV-ZaDvNlFjt_FtYOLLb4fTMAdp2JFQHYbyvw3dvH8bfkfSkXuTN-gCH9wqzD4zdcqwdSc5WS9NY5lh-Wnalw/https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2FORCID%2Forcid-openid-examples

Finally, a plug for the ORCID API users group -- a good place for sharing code examples and getting help. https://secure-web.cisco.com/1-eIiq-zOEa1mcClJ8hujSKBw1QE6L7WakKJ3HqwsBBeNurILwsW_CzOTDjfWlCJtm57Rtk12SHfBN5fy_uSYe_aYEakZT-nbe2YpaactUGFGs4y5SB_FJcRhmAdW9ASC2asWoKjrNGEqz59vPcBzBv_8U9v73wNkRkcro84xgM0aoO8eellr6fTFSQRZwOYcDGVRbEr2B2BxKpP4PvAf5kni9UQ2JRUyh9LHlhJHstr1SPeu6SsftXnYXw6459eXr1Pd8UDW6rPBK5sMk9TERlufe-m1slWKXV-SDvOp-cM2fT1GT2-gnMYIPCGcDN5jjDWn7u8l4GaLI7R-Oe_6dULeOYulFeee2D2UQmWiK98nsf7EicuBWvWH7m81zkSCrMs7JI3bjaJm6oR8Gj8RFQ/https%3A%2F%2Fgroups.google.com%2Fgroup%2Forcid-api-users

Warm regards,
Alainna

-----Original Message-----
From: Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Pikas, Christina K.
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 8:42 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] ORCID

Hi David,
Our beta version of our Civil Space staff profiles is pulling from ORCID (not sure why it's not live yet). We're a consortium member which was only necessary to be able to add to the profiles (we migrated data from ResearcherID).

I didn't do the programming myself- it was done by developers here. If you use R, you might consider: https://secure-web.cisco.com/1h3EtixgqqvdoWtOtmePGtSQFE_DE-vjbBndy9U9V4EX5IfbxYqqprFMwA2EunXvRGARDb3-IwSvRbgnJL_Ijo7X2dcSD-mJUuSxBtMkxMZYxKW9Y4bYC3bfBLS6qFjD-g7oAdzd1tMcv6qt9znsJjehlI5rdqPpK-4oyCpZBWLuumEwwtO3ZPx_3db_YnKBIGp5xIWDKuMWKSHahCnf_BMJTNYHI0yBfwvnLvk4qINENs1XWLoLuITkb54pHdwZSWRYEpXvpO2lIOVyHBWpjOP5WkByYeo2GsXY2hh0Rdcq6GRDa4IGPrTcOGww8eJh0CdPHKB9nPQLf_xd7wYGaXV7IBjcHHRwevz1h32VeiTM9CEaUOL1esvfCQR9DUw3lpXOrTlPaEvLb1tBoCNCcDg/https%3A%2F%2Fropensci.github.io%2Frorcid%2F . The developer documentation is pretty good, too: https://secure-web.cisco.com/19EJZRaJ6aib0SzRT9Y0NYoQdPiE-vFkvnd0isxh33PaRLVAnihk34-g2aTeO915IBHlE-x3TLhHiU5NcmSnvdpHSUGeKTLXWMmcfuLEd97a4cuZpRrHBNwqDFXneu0t1APfKCBRAgeRY6_RHYUrN1HA_V2DGHdrRzQ586frz0cpSRtaZuiKsgmxhj9YNBBHGL_bBaTNTZg_34RVai-wo2jIHCDeuKjpgB9z7zV2I4fbhyxwyfmqOpLlowU0mOmIE1bd2xxIn60iJNS5qmqMGTUfKeUVm_aa1yOkVhbtgq61Jxba5o9gqDPgKhd2MMRUFOPXAT71UGuSLykqTGK2iEnd_fziU1xUpfUNTSGuTBpOkJuWSOqjEbh24AP6zASIb/https%3A%2F%2Fsupport.orcid.org%2Fhc%2Fen-us%2Farticles%2F360006897174

What language were you thinking about (like Python or R or ... ???)

Christina

------
Christina K. Pikas, BS, MLS, PhD
(she/her/hers)
Librarian
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Baltimore: 443.778.4812
D.C.: 240.228.4812
[log in to unmask]



-----Original Message-----
From: Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Bigwood, David
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 11:16 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: [CODE4LIB] ORCID

ORCID provides an API that can be queried by ORCID or institution name (I think). Has anyone written code to query the API on a regular basis to pull down articles by their faculty? Is it something you'd care to share? I've not the faintest idea of a way to write an API query.

Thanks,
David Bigwood
[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Regional Planetary Image Facility/Library Lunar and Planetary Institute https://secure-web.cisco.com/1ZEzOij9eRJRzNl0ylCdiG3B9kcqXFeAdUlTgIpNPKpvcBOkPv98skrHNvyAFUxzMcVTPCa0f0oVL5XyFmyMh3jbE5nRJ4BoU1NijEnHdcosRX2Hbi8cvN51dy4f-ZW0ubEBpU-NUERCHkXjioYkOKY_aXd0HplSIOGzyv-y1CZj7yaK4DRNiwsj9cfHO6l8ZVJ3TeVroG06M23sVyKq4C_c9JBReeBmcIV7xglEjqdFOcPMr4au_kD1P1PvdODBdUAURRVSqkspiakBSH8-VwERRH_1_pRxBHjRkbMP_KYklhasBfWO3u8aTOkMLZXQFpjH6RA6ABAWHURyVeYV3fTz35D8oVPqWTvXbg8TyzfTDXkGJ8oamdwt6vExeikFt/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FRPIFN%2F https://secure-web.cisco.com/18SfoGf2Pt0IdF9rok6zVfRalsv_duCWc4hRY2_YxnZEJoOWdcs66X04Qxgv-ec_mSeqoTquZ6uHk3zHrTfOL-UkO4nr8nmQJoy_I-5WdlDW1PByHwtHlEsKTXDIIvSuZjjXkEHxSZBC2JN-LivvmRHHmHDhmPFq2KGqRl0F4_8jIwucGe6-yogYFFsmkBp6lLjSUWsgZXm6g1N5MqkG6KCiC8NE47_Iw8qk9Km-3nEEFRlyuidYt1ZaqPoPw_NRYv4OQgmLCImJYurzjJ4qFrrTAsIt1gCKOmwnjvhXyISJQHgnTsD03u61Puaux-h2IWAiwssxUXgZFeRqeN_hKjlf6sHLP7u0ukzmaRTkMicbfJZb3twCqFITXfl3VyL5G/https%3A%2F%2Frepository.hou.usra.edu%2F

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Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2019 10:31:38 -0700
From: Kyle Banerjee <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: ORCID

On Tue, Jul 30, 2019 at 8:16 AM Bigwood, David <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

ORCID provides an API that can be queried by ORCID or institution name (I think). Has anyone written code to query the API on a regular basis to pull down articles by their faculty? Is it something you'd care to share? I've not the faintest idea of a way to write an API query.

Haven't used the ORCID API specifically, but most APIs are straightforward.
Depending on your exact needs, you might require an institutional ORCID membership as the API capabilities are different.

We're looking at using ORCID for institutional purposes now. There are two factors I can't wrap my mind around:

1. Identifying ORCID IDs associated with the institution. It appears this requires individual researchers to formally make and and break associations 2. Maintenance of the list of publications itself also requires affirmative action on the part of the researcher or member institution acting on their behalf

In other words, we'd need all our researchers and faculty to individually do extra work and change the way they do things to meet the needs of the system, and I see no basis for believing this is a reasonable thing to expect.

kyle

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Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2019 14:33:30 -0400
From: Nate Hill <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Archipelago Commons beta release 8.x-1.0-beta1 - check it!

Hello Code4lib,

I'm pleased to announce that last night after a year of research and development the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) released the first beta of Archipelago, a new open source repository system. Tremendous thanks to Diego Navarro, our lead developer on the project, as well as Giancarlo Birello and many others.

https://secure-web.cisco.com/1rtPPqN6df8ZyG7SNqL-iJQFYutwaGeHVnsEf-dKmPKBTBxkjjwootHnn4pJ09XMWC2O55Gl-CaRIVp1b8KRP-8oBPUlVGeGaBYFhr9h3D3Rg0qEALEHr-JstFlEwfTKmoHQl_WqyYlHaEGfftxr15n_SLzvUdzcCu_PSSZzjnNf3H40Z1MDAWpyT89aINPp6e42iJJWnnxmMld_Hd9eexF_CPm_FeLgIvHGwWopWMiXJ0FlMwI-wke9rWNoQkWCh5ORL_ENG3R8jvNAYXgh50nQs3Q26byhBZuUhtA11OAccpD2_g58Yrk2GLJRxe5DI2Y93fFcEcqQ19bLWse2gn13lsJ2P5trAUvnD5RS3ayEbrE_Q82nltqKt7nidlZ13AzsrSKY3i2qd6gw_ngreWg/https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fesmero%2Farchipelago-deployment

Over the course of the next three years, METRO is committed to building a constellation of Archipelago repositories for our membership as a core
service: multi-tenancy is at the heart of the Archipelago concept. Most importantly for those on this list, we will be working to build a robust and healthy community of users and contributors. We hope that many of you will deploy and use this architecture to suit your own unique use cases.

If you are already using open source repository software.... Samvera, Islandora, or others... we invite you to take a look at this new architecture, one that was fresh-built with a clean slate, from the ground up. Archipelago is the result of years of our shared experience interacting with myriad different systems.

If you deploy right now, you'll be able to work with:

- Image/Images (1 or more sequences) with IIIF enabled viewer/Openseadragon and Simple HTML as formatters. Archipelago managed images, External referenced Images or mixed.
- Audio/Audios using HTML5 tags and subtitle tracks + future IIIF AV
- Video/Videos using HTML5 tags and subtitle tracks + future IIIF AV
- Panorama(s) via Panellum with hotspots that connect to any other DO.
- Book(s) via IABR V4 using IIIF, either generated internally from Archipelago managed images, Internal IIIF manifest (via our twig template caster), External referenced Images or even an External Manifest URI too.
- PDF(s) via IABR V4 using IIIF (we like the idea of unifying displays, no more PDF viewers v/s book viewers)
- 3D Models. STL, OBJ via custom Three.js scripts.
- much more coming with the next release

Explore it. Join our Google Group to learn more.
http://secure-web.cisco.com/1EUigvTZDhxdic6wWEABM5m2Ptw7imXdfEErMJWCOzRb-0gTWK-c_JXt1PJboJg1KkEEp4PPO0kxUSaSP-J5IiCmmOVdxzVcwpy28Lk9S7O3_WiPqk_UOkIOMJ8YbcnPjVZaugQn0KWKf5WT0fAUHO_pCvTVTcdaOx_NLn30pUnLvJrqzk22ruWc1t9F6SPogdHEXxVLc7Pkjn-sj23_3F4zkuqplvHdkyMSmS68QMVJJgxjfFbkCAHBPx6q5wD5vj-vckTLzHS6BgX9UZUQskqJi1pMXPteSll4dK8icfHZV0N2yHiWA40koJipjN_FXKWmNwNHn4SS8OB36yXHWo0ABnM4a7zQDhY_PIp1pgTSEgWGv5MBtYbrn97Rn_64H/http%3A%2F%2Fbit.ly%2Farchipelago-list
I hope this system will be of great benefit to the GLAM community at large.

Thanks

Nate

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Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2019 19:51:19 +0000
From: Kate Deibel <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Screen Reader Survey

Please distribute widely.

"WebAIM's screen reader survey<https://secure-web.cisco.com/19WAGcB_WRH9oLhXJjx0durye7Yk8YaD1CYcCv7ISMfbTd35MtoCHtrJFrkALg_rl130juJH9MpGTyp8ZbbC60Ou8QkGPJQo5dTDtL4yu4m7rRlFdhpKnqoqHTkemTaAy_4zY9xytpf0izxtwQc-hQrOyS1udZPR8IhoHsLb2bNIFXf-hf40Pa6XY28j0WQTcIYA_XxByNmvf-TUNRI2HqY5saimhWMGW_MOs1a2DpUSyta_QzQBCCj23dimlKurRYpVeEe1rTeS8aiTO4AA818cK204g9fWbvgyC9HBSusKtemX0qjbm63PrXSV3MQ6_GgJ2wlxpL3x8TJm8boQ-OYW7U2RGb9joNRw6f6hwymL-_uJgepyKJa0QuLCSwKov/https%3A%2F%2Fwebaim.org%2Fprojects%2Fscreenreadersurvey8%2F> #8 is now open. If you use a screen reader I highly recommend filling it out as it provides the industry with trends and helps us figure out what AT-browser combos are most used."


Katherine Deibel | PhD
Inclusion & Accessibility Librarian
Syracuse University Libraries
T 315.443.7178
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222 Waverly Ave., Syracuse, NY 13244
Syracuse University

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Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2019 01:30:03 +0000
From: Code4Lib Jobs <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Job: Unix Systems Engineer at Columbia University Libraries

The Unix Systems Engineer designs, develops and deploys Unix server and storage systems, performs maintenance and security as required, documents and maintains Library/IS projects and services, collaborates on projects and related activities with Library/IS and external units.

Responsibilities

Designing, installing, documenting, monitoring, optimizing, and maintaining Linux (primarily CentOS) servers.
Monitoring, troubleshooting, and documenting some Linux servers maintained by CUIT.
Modifying, testing, implementing, troubleshooting, and documenting both vendor-supplied and in-house applications on servers.
Managing security policies, access permissions and disaster recovery for mission-critical data on servers and desktop systems.
Collaborating on projects and related activities with other units, Columbia University IT (CUIT), other schools and departments at Columbia, and outside institutions.
Performing other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree, and/or equivalent in experience, and a minimum three years' related experience required.
Knowledge of Unix/Linux environment.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Knowledge of programming principles and at least one higher-level programming language.
Must be able to balance priorities and meet deadlines on multiple tasks.
Commitment to supporting and working in a diverse environment.

Preferred Qualifications

Experience with CentOS, cloud services (AWS), virtualization (xen, vmware), configuration management (Saltstack, Ansible), Python, relational databases, storage management, source control (git), web services (nginx/apache, haproxy, varnish).

Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran

Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.


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Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2019 01:30:12 +0000
From: Code4Lib Jobs <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Job: Systems Manager at Library Company of Philadelphia




Systems Manager

Library Company of Philadelphia, 1314 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

Department: IT Department

Reports To: Edwin Wolf 2nd Director

Classification: Exempt

Job Type: Full-Time (35 hours)

Salary: $55,000-$65,000

Close: Open until filled

Summary

The Library Company of Philadelphia seeks a versatile and service-oriented Systems Manager to implement multiple strategic projects to improve the Library Company’s information systems.

The Systems Manager maintains organizational efficiency and security of all local systems including, but not limited to, the local area network (LAN), backup and storage infrastructure onsite and in the cloud, digital repository, integrated library system (ILS), online resources, office technologies, and event audio/visual hardware.

The Library Company has several projects pending in the next 3-5 years that will directly involve the Systems Manager, including:

Migration to a new ILS
Implementation of a circulation module
Implementation of a new visitor registration system Implementation of Windows 365 Integration of Salesforce and Quickbooks Review and evaluation of all Library Company systems

Essential Job Functions

Develops and prioritizes long-term projects to ensure continuing compatibility and interoperability of systems Ensures consistency and sustainability of existing hardware and software by creating, maintaining, and communicating standards/procedures for implementing technical solutions Ensures day-to-day operation of the library’s IT infrastructure such as its LAN networks, data backup, disaster mitigation, e-mail, remote connections, phones, servers and PCs Liaises with users, operations, and programming personnel in the areas of systems design and implementation, modifications or trouble shooting Works with library staff to ensure digital assets are secure, accessible, and meet accepted archival standards for long term stewardship Stays abreast of emerging technologies and best practices

Required Qualifications:

Degree in Computer Science, Library and Information Science, or a related field Project management certification, or experience with managing multiple projects
2+ years of management experience
Advanced knowledge of server architecture, business networks and security Experience with system migration projects Excellent knowledge of technical management, information analysis, and computer hardware/software systems Strong communication, writing, and analytical skills

Preferred Qualifications:

Knowledge of, or experience in, special collections or academic libraries Records management experience

Position Type

This is a full-time (35 hour/week) exempt position. Some evening and weekend work is expected.

Physical Demands

Must be able to work at a computer/desk for extended periods of time and lift up to 20lbs. Some bending and kneeling required. Job entails exposure to fragile, rare historic materials and occasional exposure to high levels of various allergens that sometimes accompany them, including but not limited to photographic chemicals, dry rot, mold, mites, and dust.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

AAP/EEO Statement

The Library Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from diverse candidates.


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Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2019 01:30:22 +0000
From: Code4Lib Jobs <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Job: Coordinator of Information Technology Services at Thomas Crane Public Library




The Coordinator of Information Technology Services manages all aspects of system-wide technology, including the design, deployment and maintenance of the library’s computer systems, and administers all data networks and telecommunications; Evaluates current and emerging technologies and develops technology plans to meet community needs; Facilitates and supports the integration of technology into library services.

Essential Job Functions:

● Manages a 150+ device data network in four physical locations, including public time and print management systems, servers, devices and peripherals, software, data collection and data backups.

● Manages help desk functions and responds to support requests in a timely fashion.

● Manages media technology and services, including presentation equipment, sound and assisted listening systems, and video gaming platforms.

● Assists in orienting the public to new technology equipment and services.

● In collaboration with other library staff, develops public services and programming related to technology, including maker and STEAM activities.

● Instructs and supports staff in the operation and basic maintenance of technology equipment.

● Develops an annual technology plan and budget in collaboration with library administration.

Qualifications:

● M.L.S. from an ALA-accredited library school and a demonstrated commitment to continuing professional education

● Undergraduate or graduate level coursework in computer science or information technology an asset

● Three years of successful related work experience with infrastructure, desktop, and security administration in a library or similar environment

● Extensive knowledge of library technology and web-based products and services

● Working knowledge of all Windows operating systems and applications, Active Directory, group policies, and SaaS

● Two years of experience providing direct technology support to users

● Two years of experience as a supervisor or team leader

● Strong leadership ability, including initiative, creativity, and flexibility

● Demonstrated project management skills, including the ability to establish priorities, plan short- and long-term objectives, handle multiple competing priorities, assign and follow up on tasks, and meet reasonable deadlines

Visit http://secure-web.cisco.com/1aQMhWbi7lEx1gcAiMdK7cKT77KxklR1_APgP5qOb-S-BzzcGeUaUh3sYbkCQidNkWQ_ztoFc31eZeT1O80plBxuJdVtX8GXIogxGLXEVo36rCW00BCPA6gZG6hLtuTsWeyNL-H-fW_TLKQRSRcKlrHJvMVIn_-VS6cImdzZMcGz5zwwPrIrBODWuNDNCu2VF31DypFIEK7guO3j2MWfKqLm0w28Iuuzyz8x3yGMmsGzwfpQZMHVKRAslweSpjFnOfPmSWwdez1CsxrZY1aO39jyFaufy24MqELyjRqSAuJ8Gj4c-3two2htyu-93VVKoiZox8J4-6T8nftxawMpvRdhfd47LGmNwmfRKXkBXm-omufkyLi7rigrRyqBKUFpZ/http%3A%2F%2Fthomascranelibrary.org%2Fjobs for a full job description.

To apply, send cover letter and resume to Assistant Director Clayton Cheever ([log in to unmask]). Preference given to applications received by September 6, 2019.




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Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2019 01:30:26 +0000
From: Code4Lib Jobs <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Job: Technology Development Librarian at The University of Alabama Libraries




Technology Development Librarian

The University of Alabama Libraries seeks a talented, energetic, innovative, and entrepreneurial professional who desires to work in a creative, collaborative and respectful environment in Web Technologies and Development. Reporting to the Web Technologies and Development Manager, this position will be responsible for providing project leadership and technical direction within the unit. This position will assist in planning and managing application development processes and will supervise and train staff and student programmers, helping guide developers to the successful completion of complex technology projects. In collaboration with service stakeholders and developers, this position will analyze business and user needs, provide recommendations for commercial and/or open source options, and, when necessary, design solutions to meet those needs. The position will also be expected to create and maintain applications and application customizations and internal documentation according to University Libraries standards and best practices. The successful candidate will maintain knowledge of current best practices in all areas of responsibility with special attention to security. S/he will identify promising new technologies, tools, and APIs that can positively impact services or generate a better user experience and implement, troubleshoot, and maintain both proprietary and open source software with varying levels of external support.

This position will also be responsible for technical management and development of existing projects using EBSCO Discovery Service, DSpace, ArchivesSpace, and WordPress. Many of these tools require various forms of systems integration for full operation. The University Libraries is also a beta development partner in the FOLIO Library Services Platform, and this position will be engaged in development work for this international project.

Candidate must also possess the ability to deal with change, ambiguity, and complex problems in an academic setting. Responsibilities of the position evolve as the library environment continues to change.

Required Qualifications

MLS/MLIS degree from an ALA accredited program or equivalent.
Ability to creatively perform analysis and problem solving as necessary to complete specific assignments.
Ability to set and follow through on both individual and team priorities and goals.
Aptitude for learning new technologies and working in a dynamic environment.
Demonstrated comfort with an evolving technology landscape.
Demonstrated ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively, with diverse constituencies; comfort with ambiguity.
Demonstrated effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
Ability to understand diverse perspectives and acknowledge the significance of differences and complexities in background, cultures, values, and viewpoints as the foundation for an inclusive environment.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and creatively in a software team environment, using an agile development process, and to communicate effectively with non-technical stakeholders.
Experience in project management and/or serving as part of specialized project teams.
Experience working in and supporting a Linux environment.
Experience in full-stack development, both backend and frontend.
Experience in database design and configuration, particularly SQL databases.
Experience with content management systems.
Modern programming skills in any language, including version control, test-driven development, and debugging.
Proficiency in two or more common programming languages, such as Java, C, Python, or Ruby.
Proficiency in scripting languages, such as PHP and JavaScript.
Knowledge of developing software functionality using RESTful APIs and JSON arrays.
Knowledge of development for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) systems.
Familiarity with or willingness to learn ADA/Section 508 accessibility standards.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience with enterprise-level systems maintenance and software development, demonstrating significant responsibilities and achievements.
Experience leading various phases of technology infrastructure projects (concept, investigation, deployment, operations, migration, decommission); in particular projects which require coordination with developers and service stakeholders.
3+ years of programming and development experience in multiple languages and environments.
Experience configuring and supporting common open-source library applications such as Omeka, ArchivesSpace, DSpace, etc.
Experience with IT standard workflows using taskrunners and repositories.
Experience developing secure applications.
Experience with Containers and VMs.
Familiarity with Node.js, React.js, Bootstrap, Angular.js.
Familiar with UX methodologies and processes.

Environment: The University of Alabama, The Capstone University, is the State of Alabama’s flagship public university and the senior comprehensive R1 doctoral level institution in Alabama. UA enrolls over 37,000 students, is ranked in the top 50 public universities in the United States. UA has graduated 15 Rhodes Scholars, 15 Truman Scholars, has had 121 Fulbright Scholars, is one of the leading institutions for National Merit Scholars, and has 5 Pulitzer Prize winners among its ranks. Under the leadership of President Stuart Bell, UA has launched a strategic planning process that includes an aggressive research agenda and expansion of graduate education. The University of Alabama Libraries is essential in advancing the educational mission of the University. We provide innovative instruction, services, and resources to facilitate teaching, research, and learning. The University of Alabama Libraries is committed to be student-centered and research-focused in order to support discovery, learning, and creativity at The Capstone.

The University Libraries maintains memberships in the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research Libraries, the Coalition for Networked Information, centerNet, LYRASIS, the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, the HathiTrust, Scholars Trust, the Rosemont Alliance, the Network of Alabama Academic Libraries, Open Library Environment (OLE), and the Alabama Digital Preservation Network. We are the oldest academic library serving as a U.S. Government Documents Regional Depository. In this role we serve the academic community and the public. The University Libraries is an EBSCO FOLIO beta partner. The University Libraries homepage may be accessed at http://secure-web.cisco.com/19RK4PSJdqpBx9Kdp20pSr9fNk9J0BL--0POF7AQSVMmBRG-2gvbX_2ZkOLOZdL20T9UQCSdxHw5xNg9SHxMn5PSxdmrz8L7BhugYOT1vi1-M4-yv-v2Tg0MUO_x2F-jhYysPDDxcmcyGioGNNHGIc46zr79pMgA_4gaZIUGkjoP60Gy6zeLAX3bs3I9f_3Un59qOLcjqhUPXdANHDhwCqhDtvsaEJ8CH2DsX8el43-Q1lpv_eji2A0XOZoxN1rVwUKiZjgA_mRBxhMXSCrGT5Z9_jEOkdsYaLTRCqWkKANcH_qZSu76Qz36JYylr6XM4NJc1ag8aeapnVOr_qITZ08lwJwq-kfim9LthI5upbat7J43YYSj1o8tiB8xJWXTU/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.libraries.ua.edu Information about the University Libraries can be found at https://secure-web.cisco.com/1YKI3z6RVEuJK_KHwzYBf11VL3f58ACN1c-UJJM0QGUObmD0RRgHN1Zbwck2fPSwwmmg6unGgz6s3wSR1R5aYBIafHCt-Tga8zm700tMZ4pIN06-woeY7xTyGRaiZGbMaZjoM1GfgpDNzkGLGGk89n91ZXu9i25DCg17ovXBJz8SM8S5szNiZF_WnASNq3hh1P7P0fWx8zJnwNNxI5oslhQLMoF_D2UfKmJLwz1OfOh2crnsIkaltv_H5hNcpCuZe4n1l-5ShLpOw6eQz5iGR54cUqR8d6iIKjFTU-JWi1Puc6ehQPV9C3Pld1XdW-00LcWb0OvZ-YE-WbxPoBADQ5gL3YfdNuLGlQsOGTb6qwPezCeI5l67GFQMGtnbtU70W/https%3A%2F%2Fyoutu.be%2F2pdxdUnnVn0

The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa, a metropolitan area of 200,000, with a vibrant economy, a moderate climate, and a reputation across the South as an innovative, progressive community with an excellent quality of life. Tuscaloosa provides easy access to mountains, several large cities, and the beautiful Gulf Coast.

Prior to employment the successful candidate must pass a pre-employment background investigation.

Salary/benefits: 12-month non-tenure track renewable-contract faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor, depending on qualifications and experience. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Strong benefits including professional development support and tuition fee waiver.

To apply: Applications are accepted online only at https://secure-web.cisco.com/1wirys151qdhmxlNGj2dP8PSGHg9cFncykaQlfpeNi5LWm54IIE8zxAbJQ3TammWLPSk0IwKayZGzRSJDSsA8LhDV93qd7jXjw2NpG2OsTXm_lL8-2hYOkVjjcLcjQoqkEWAHSiFi-1rL_JdJntDIUuxS0Qhxvkc5YVlxGsXKdIYDi5QrlOxln6FfDf9LN2LzTBWrb-dU5vSIvDPoSBxyh-d6Kcx7wDScI06vIZ0iZc2eNHoi-03Uh6g0DgEQwx5uAAXHMl-qXIwZFy7Wgg-sECbMldWmKlhso0D3SwrBXX12kqF5Jge1ZBfQ_bhAIo-HecHK-xYu77PkklDLme7a1oT1cHSj_RauM_2DyJ7nit1X6hN947ZWi3fVNRYluqJt/https%3A%2F%2Ffacultyjobs.ua.edu . Click Search Positions. University Libraries in Organization drop down box. Please include your application, Curriculum Vitae, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and e- mail addresses of three references, including one current supervisor.

Position open until filled. Applications received by August 22, 2019 are assured of receiving full consideration.

The University of Alabama is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. Applicants from a broad spectrum of people, including women, members of ethnic minorities and disabled persons, are especially encouraged to apply. For questions regarding the search, contact Dr. Millie Jackson, Senior Associate Dean, at [log in to unmask]


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