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NASIG 28th Annual Conference

June 6-9, 2013
Buffalo, New York

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Conference Schedule

List of Attendees (members only)

Conference Proceedings (members only)

Conference Schedule on sched.org includes complete descriptions of each session.

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C Concurrent Session E Event G Great Idea O Organizational P Pre-Conference V Vision Session

June 5 • Wednesday
8:00AM – 5:00PM O Board Meeting Genesee

1:00PM – 5:00PM P Library As Publisher Ellicott
Presenters: Timothy S. Deliyannides, Lauren Collister

1:00PM – 5:00PM P RDA & Serials: Transitioning to RDA within a MARC 21 framework (Session 1) Delaware Suites
Presenters: Hien Nguyen, Les Hawkins

June 6 • Thursday

8:00AM – 9:00AM P RDA & Serials: Transitioning to RDA within a MARC 21 framework (Session 2) Delaware Suites
Presenters: Hien Nguyen, Les Hawkins

8:00AM – 12:00PM P Copyright in Practice: a participatory workshop Ellicott
Presenters: Kevin Smith

1:30PM – 2:30PM O ECC Training for Committee Chairs & Web Liaisons Delaware Suites

3:00PM – 4:00PM O New Committee Chair & Vice-Chair Meeting Delaware Suites

3:00PM – 7:00PM E Vendor Expo Buffalo Niagara Convention Center - North Exhibit Hall

4:15PM – 5:15PM E First Timers Reception Hyatt Sun Garden

5:00PM – 7:00PM E Conference Reception Buffalo Niagara Convention Center - North Exhibit Hall

7:15PM – 8:15PM E Opening Session Buffalo Niagara Convention Center - North Exhibit Hall
Tim Tielman (Executive Director of The Campaign for Greater Buffalo History, Architecture & Culture) will be delivering a “Whirlwind Tour of Buffalo”

8:30PM – 10:30PM E Dessert Reception Statler City, Rendezvous Room

June 7 • Friday
7:00AM – 8:30AM E Breakfast Grand Ballroom ABC

7:30AM – 8:30AM O Speakers Breakfast Grand Ballroom DEFG

9:00AM – 10:15AM V Libraries and Mobile Technologies in the Age of the Visible College Buffalo Niagara Convention Center - North Exhibit Hall
Presenters: Bryan Alexander

10:40AM – 11:40AM C ***CANCELLED*** Structural & Organizational Approaches to Discoverability and Design Delaware Suites

10:40AM – 11:40AM C From Print to Online: Revamping Technical Services with Distributed and Centralized Workflow Models Regency Ballroom AB
Presenters: Christine Korytnyk Dulaney, Kari Schmidt

10:40AM – 11:40AM C From Record-Bound to Boundless : FRBR, Linked Data and New Possibilities for Serials Cataloging Regency Ballroom C
Presenters: Marlene van Ballegooie, Juliya Borie

10:40AM – 11:40AM C Realizing the Value of Non-purchased Content Roosevelt
Presenters: Elyse Profera, Meg Walker

11:40AM – 1:10PM E Lunch (on your own) TBA

1:10PM – 2:10PM C Building a Better Knowledgebase: An Investigation of Current Practical Uses and Requirements Roosevelt
Presenters: Katherine Hill, Maria Collins

1:10PM – 2:10PM C Diversification of Access Pathways and the Role of Demand Driven Acquisition Delaware Suites
Presenters: Phill Jones, Mark England

1:10PM – 2:10PM C Model Licenses and License Templates: Present and Future Genesee
Presenters: Liane Taylor

1:10PM – 2:10PM C The End of Nostradamus: Killing Predictive Checkin Without Feeling Guilty Regency Ballroom C
Presenters: Bob Persing, Young Joo Moon

1:10PM – 2:10PM C The Missing Link: The Evolving Current State of Linked Data for Serials Regency Ballroom AB
Presenters: Laurie Kaplan, Nancy Fallgren, Michael Lauruhn, Regina Reynolds

2:25PM – 3:25PM E Great Ideas Showcase Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
The Great Ideas Showcase will provide an opportunity to share innovative ideas, new workflows, and new applications of technology in an interactive and informal setting. Great Ideas can be demonstrated in a variety of ways – posters, laptops, tablets, e-readers, etc. Participants will be given a table to showcase their idea as attendees mingle amongst the tables.

2013 Great Ideas
Blueprint for Collaboration: The University of Florida Storage Documents Project Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenters: Jan Swanbeck, Naomi Young, & Hank Young, University of Florida

Building a Multidisciplinary Thesaurus for JSTOR Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Nancy Murray, ITHAKA/JSTOR

Building Student Innovation through Technology at the Library Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenters: Emily Thompson and Kathryn Johns-Masten, SUNY Oswego Penfield Library

Custom Interface for Ebsco A to Z List Maintenance Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Peter Koonz, The College of Saint Rose

Fish Where the Fish Are: Using 360 Link and Open WorldCat to Direct Students from Google Back to Your Library Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Christine Troutman, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

From Static Art to Dynamic Architecture: Using the OPAC to Generate Real-Time Lists of Departmental Acquisitions Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Barry J. Gray, Edinboro University of PA

Getting the Word Out: (Re)Building Our Serials Cataloging Community Under RDA Through a Social Media Tool Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Les Hawkins, Library of Congress

Imagine More Space in Your Library! Weeding Bound Periodicals. Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenters: Susan Andrews & Sandy Hayes, Texas A&M University-Commerce

Is This Electronic Resource Accessible? Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Angela Dresselhaus, The University of Montana

Keeping 'Tabs' on the Situation: Using Tabs to Track Usage of Unbound Periodicals Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Heidy Berthoud, Vassar College Library

Now, Next, Later: A Planning Model for Technology Initiatives Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Laura Francabandera, Credo Reference

Palgrave Pivot - Breaking Boundaries Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Denise De La Rosa, Palgrave Macmillan

Pulling Back the Drapes: How to Use Excel and Access to Create an Effective Spreadsheet for Package Review Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Kate Seago, University of Kentucky

Round ERM Up: Corralling E-Resources Using Google Sites Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Rosemarie Reynolds, Smith College

SIPX: Maximize Digital Content Access with No Copyright Frustration Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Franny Lee, SIPX, Inc.

The Little Event that Could: The Amazing Success of Stress Busters at McConnell Library, Radford University Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenters: Kay Johnson & Beth Johnson, Radford University

Tracking Perpetual Access: A Survey of Librarian Practice Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer
Presenter: Chris Bulock, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

3:40PM – 4:40PM C Getting to the Core of the Matter: Competencies for New E-Resources Librarians Regency Ballroom AB
Presenters: Emma Lawson, Roën Janyk

3:40PM – 4:40PM C LibX: The Small but Mighty Button for E-Resource Discovery and Access Regency Ballroom C
Presenters: Galadriel Chilton, Joelle Thomas

3:40PM – 4:40PM C Scholar Commons @ USF: Sharing Knowledge Worldwide Genesee
Presenters: Carol Ann Borchert, Julie Fielding

3:40PM – 4:40PM C The Aggregator Database: Cornerstone or Annex? Delaware Suites
Presenters: Beverly Geckle, Suzanne Mangrum

5:00PM – 6:00PM O Business Meeting Buffalo Niagara Convention Center - North Exhibit Hall
Agenda:

6:30PM – 8:30PM E Dine-Arounds TBA

7:05PM – 10:00PM E Buffalo Bisons Baseball Game (optional) Coca-Cola Field

9:00PM – 11:30PM E Late Night Social Delaware Suites
We have two rooms reserved at the Hyatt for our informal Late Night Socials. The Delaware suites will have assorted board games and some playing cards. The Ellicott room wiil be available for those who wish to sing, play the instrument you've already packed, tell a good story or maybe some funny jokes. Or just come and hang out.

June 8 • Saturday

5:45AM – 7:00AM E Fun Run TBA

7:00AM – 8:30AM E Breakfast Grand Ballroom ABC

7:30AM – 8:30AM O Committee Meeting Breakfast

9:00AM – 10:15AM V The Value of Serials in Academic and Special Libraries Buffalo Niagara Convention Center - North Exhibit Hall
Presenters: Megan Oakleaf

10:40AM – 11:40AM C Creation, Transformation, Dissemination and Preservation: Advocating for Scholarly Communication Delaware Suites
Presenters: Christine M. Stamison, Anne McKee

10:40AM – 11:40AM C Discovering Music: Small-Scale, Web-Scale, Facets, and Beyond Niagara
Presenters: Rebecca Belford, Tracey Snyder

10:40AM – 11:40AM C Preparation Is Key: Lessons Learned from an ERMS Implementation Regency Ballroom AB
Presenters: Todd Enoch

11:40AM – 1:10PM E Lunch Hyatt Grand Ballroom Foyer

12:00PM – 1:00PM E Informal Discussion Groups

Kuali OLE (Grand Ballroom ABC)
Discovery Service? The Kuali OLE open-source ILS, currently being developed: http://www.kuali.org/ole and its plans for serials and e-resource control.
Discussion Group Leader: Bob Pershing, University of Pennsylvania

Serials Solutions Administrators Discussion (Grand Ballroom DEFG)
Discussion Group Leader: Open

Taiga Forum (Grand Ballroom ABC)
Discussion Group Leader: Eleanor Cook, East Carolina University

Academic Accreditation (Grand Ballroom DEFG)
Discussion Group Leader: Marcella Lesher, St. Mary's University

CORAL ERM (Niagara)
Discussion for users and interested parties.
Discussion Group Leader: Steve Oberg, Wheaton College

Newbie discussion group (Regency A)
Discussion Group Leader: Katy DiVittorio, University of Colorado, Denver

RDA Group Therapy (Regency C)
Discussion Group Leader: Jackie Magagnosc, Cornell University Law Library

ISSN Update Forum (Grand Ballroom ABC)
 

1:10PM – 2:10PM C Adopting and Implementing an Open Access Policy: The Library’s Role Regency Ballroom C
Presenters: Brian Kern

1:10PM – 2:10PM C Building a foundation for collection management decisions: two approaches Regency Ballroom A
Presenters: Leigh Ann DePope, Rebecca Kemp, Mark Hemhauser

1:10PM – 2:10PM C E-Resources Acquisition Checklist: an indispensable tool for managing the electronic resource life cycle Delaware Suites
Presenters: Nate Hosburgh

1:10PM – 2:10PM C Sailing the Digital Serial Seas: Charting a New Course with CONTENTdm Niagara
Presenters: Eve Grunberg, Francesca Francis

2:30PM – 3:30PM C DIY ERM (Do-It-Yourself Electronic Resources Management) for the Small Library Regency Ballroom C
Presenters: Sarah Hartman-Caverly

2:30PM – 3:30PM C Library Reorganization, Chaos, and Using the Core Competencies as a Guide Delaware Suites
Presenters: Clint Chamberlain, Derek Reece

2:30PM – 3:30PM C Losing Staff: the Seven Stages of Loss and Recovery Regency Ballroom A
Presenters: Elena Romaniuk

2:30PM – 3:30PM C Using Computing Power to Replace Lawyers: Advances in Licensing and Access Regency Ballroom B
Presenters: Tim Bowen, Franny Lee, Mimi Calter

3:50PM – 4:50PM C Designing user-centered discovery-and-access services for enhanced virtual user experience Delaware Suites
Presenters: Paoshan Yue, Molly Beisler

3:50PM – 4:50PM C EXPO-nential Success Redux or If You Plan It they will Come Niagara
Presenters: Joann Janosko

3:50PM – 4:50PM C Preserving Content from Your Institutional Repository Regency Ballroom
Presenters: Carol Ann Borchert, Wendy Robertson

3:50PM – 4:50PM C Textbook Affordability: Is There a Role for the Library? Regency Ballroom A
Presenters: Dean Hendrix, Charles Lyons

6:00PM – 9:00PM E Evening Event Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum
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9:00PM – 11:30PM E Late Night Social Ellicott

June 9 • Sunday

7:00AM – 8:30AM E Breakfast Grand Ballroom ABC

9:00AM – 10:15AM V Googlization and the Challenge of Big Data Grand Ballroom DEFG
Presenters: Siva Vaidhyanathan

10:15AM – 10:30AM E Closing Remarks Hyatt Regency Buffalo Hotel

10:40AM – 11:40AM C Collaboration in a Time of Change Regency Ballroom C
Presenters: Daryl Yang

10:40AM – 11:40AM C The Fundamentals of E-resource Licensing Delaware Suites
Presenters: Claire Dygert

10:40AM – 11:40AM C The Great Transition of Scholarly Communication at the Thomas G. Carpenter Library Regency Ballroom B
Presenters: Alice Eng, Cynthia J. Jordan

12:15PM – 1:15PM O Closing Board Meeting Board Room