42 Association of Research Libraries Research Library Issues 302 2021 funding for community-based infrastructure necessary for sustainable scholarship. Research libraries can work with these new projects to supply and help standardize data about which scholarly infrastructures are used by their local communities and how their organizations are contributing to the infrastructures’ sustainability. Endnotes 1. See, for example, “Sustainable Scholarship,” The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, https://sustainablescholarship.unc.edu/ “Sustainable Scholarship,” River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester, https://www.library.rochester.edu/services/collection- strategies/sustainable-scholarship and “Sustainable Open Scholarship Working Group,” Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, The University of Texas at Austin, https://provost. utexas.edu/initiatives/sustainable-open-scholarship-working- group/, all accessed November 30, 2021. 2. David W. Lewis, “The 2.5% Commitment,” IUPUI ScholarWorks, September 11, 2017, http://doi.org/10.7912/C2JD29. 3. ACRL Research Planning and Review Committee, “2018 Top Trends in Academic Libraries: A Review of the Trends and Issues Affecting Academic Libraries in Higher Education,” College & Research Libraries News 79, no. 6 (June 2018): 286, https://doi.org/10.5860/ crln.79.6.286. 4. Rebecca Kennison et al., OA in the Open: Community Needs and Perspectives, LIS Scholarship Archive, September 11, 2019, https:// doi.org/10.31229/osf.io/g972d. 5. Katherine Skinner, Mapping the Scholarly Communication Landscape 2019 Census (Atlanta, Georgia: Educopia Institute, 2019), https:// educopia.org/2019-census/.
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