Conference Handouts > 2011

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Wednesday, June 1, 9:00am-5:00pm

Serials and RDA: An Ongoing Relationship
Judy Kuhagen, Library of Congress

Powerpoints: mod1 | mod2 | mod3 | mod4 | mod5 | mod6 | mod7 | mod8 | mod9

.docs: schedule | LC core elements | relationship designators | where in RDA | exercise | answers | webliography

Wednesday, June 1, 1:00pm-5:00pm

Accounting Techniques for Acquisition Librarians
Rachel Kirk, Middle Tennessee State

Thursday, June 2, 9:00pm-Noon

Who Ya Gonna Call? Troubleshooting Strategies for E-resources Access Problems
Susan Davis, University at Buffalo; Teresa Malinkowski, California State University, Fullerton; Eve Davis, EBSCO Information Services; Dustin MacIver, EBSCO Information Services; Tina Currado, Taylor & Francis



Friday, June 3, 9:00am-10:15am

Science Re-Imagined
Adam Bly, Seed Media

Saturday, June 4, 9:00am-10:15am

Books in Chains
Paul Duguid, UC Berkeley School of Information



Strategy Sessions, Group A
Friday, June 3, 10:30am-noon

(1) Leaving the Big Deal: Consequences and Next Steps
Jonathan Nabe, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; David Fowler, University of Oregon

Powerpoint - Fowler
Powerpoint - Nabe

(2) Collaborating for Sustainable Scholarship: Models that Serve Librarians, Publishers and Scholars
Sarah Glasser, ITHAKA; Carol MacAdam, JSTOR; Kate Duff, University of Chicago Press

Powerpoint - MacAdam
Powerpoint - Duff

(3) No Substantial Penalty for Withdrawal: Investing in a Different Collaborative Model for the Shared Print Archive
Sharon Wiles-Young, Lehigh University; John Barnett, PALCI; Christy Roysdon, Lehigh University


Strategy Sessions, Group B
Saturday, June 4, 10:30am-noon

(1) Polishing the Crystal Ball: Using Historical Data to Project Serials Trends and Pricing
Steve Bosch, University of Arizona; Kittie Henderson, EBSCO Information Services; Heather Klusendorf, EBSCO Information Services


(2) NISO's IOTA Initiative: Measuring the Quality of OpenURL Links
Rafal Kasprowski, Rice University


(3) Shaping, Streamlining and Solidifying the Information Chain in Turbulent Times
Jose Luis Andrade, Swets; Meg Walker, Taylor & Francis; Anne McKee, Greater Western Library Alliance

Powerpoint - Walker
Powerpoint - McKee
Powerpoint - Andrade

Strategy Sessions, Group C
Sunday, June 5, 9:00am-10:30am

(1) Gateway to Improving ERM System Deliverables: NISO's ERM Data Standards and Best Practices Review
Deberah England, Wright State University; Bob McQuillan, Innovative Interfaces, Inc.


(2) Continuing Resources and the RDA Test
Regina Romano Reynolds, Library of Congress; Diane Boehr, National Library of Medicine; Tina Shrader, National Agricultural Library

(3) The Razor's Edge: Louisiana's State Budget and the Serials Crisis of 2010-2012
Michael Matthews, Northwestern State University; Sara Zimmerman, LOUIS: the Louisiana Library Network; Karen Niemla, University of Louisiana at Monroe

Powerpoint & Video


Tactics Sessions, Group A
Friday, June 3, 1:30pm-2:30pm

(1) A 10 Year Collaboration - Still Going Strong
Laurie Kaplan, SerialsSolutions; Kara Kilough, SerialsSolutions

Powerpoint (.pdf)

(2) Using Drupal to Track Licenses and Organize Database Information
Amanda Yesilbas, Florida Center for Library Automation

(3) Using Assessment to Make Difficult Choices in Cutting Periodicals
Mary Ann Trail, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey; Kerry Chang FitzGibbon, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey


Tactics Sessions, Group B
Friday, June 3, 2:45pm-3:45pm

(1) Exploring Patron Driven Access Models for E-journals and E-books
Lisa Kurt, University of Nevada, Reno; Erin Silva Fisher, University of Nevada, Reno


(2) One Academic Library - One Year of Web Scale Discovery
Tonia Graves, Old Dominion University

(3) Through the Gateway - Reporting on Collections
Sandy Hurd, Innovative Interfaces, Inc.; Tina Feick, Harrassowitz; John Smith, American University Washington College of Law


Tactics Sessions, Group C
Saturday, June 4, 1:45pm-2:45pm

(1) New Life to Old Serials: Digitizing Back Volumes
Wendy Robertson, University of Iowa


(2) Gateway to Good Negotiation: From Computer Mediated Communication to Playing Hardball
Beth Ashmore, Samford University Library; Jill Grogg, University of Alabama; Sara E. Morris, University of Kansas


(3) On Beyond E-Journals: Integrating E-books, Streaming Video, and Digital Collections at the HELIN Library Consortium
Martha Rice Sanders, HELIN Consortium; Bob McQuillan, Innovative Interfaces, Inc.


Tactics Sessions, Group D
Saturday, June 4, 3:00pm-4:00pm

(1) Using ESPReSSO to Streamline SSO Access
Andy Ingham, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Dustin MacIver, EBSCO Information Services

Powerpoint - MacIver
Powerpoint - Ingham

(2) Managing E-book Acquisition: The Coordination of "P" and "E" Publication Dates
Sarah Forzetting, Coutts; Gabrielle Wiersma, University of Colorado at Boulder


(3) Humble PIE-J and What [is] ISO 8: National and International Efforts towards Improved Journal Presentation and Identification
Bob Boissy, Springer; Regina Romano Reynolds, Library of Congress

Tactics Sessions, Group E
Sunday, June 5, 10:45am-11:45am

(1) Preparing for New Degree Plans: Finding the Essential Journal Titles in an Interdisciplinary World
Ellen Safley, University of Texas at Dallas


(2) Trialling Mobile and Article Rental Access Options for Journal Content
Grace Baynes, Nature Publishing Group


(3) Inventing the Can Opener: Getting the Most Out of Discovery
Rice Majors, University of Colorado at Boulder; John McCullough, Innovative Interfaces, Inc.


The @One eReader Bar: eReader exploration at the University of Nevada, Reno, Knowledge Center
Lisa Kurt, University of Nevada, Reno; Erin Silva Fisher, University of Nevada, Reno

Poster (.jpg)

MCTC Library's Perspective on Print Periodicals Processing
Jennifer Sippel, Minneapolis Community & Technical College Library

Poster (.pdf)

On the Road to (Better) Discovery: Choosing a New Interface for Our OPAC
Kate B. Moore, Indiana University Southeast

Poster (.doc)

To Bind or Not to Bind: Collaborations and Decisions, Decisions
Susan Andrews, Texas A&M University-Commerce

Poster (.pdf)