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2010

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PRECONFERENCE

Resource Description and Access "RDA": New Code for Cataloging
June 2, 2010 1:00pm-5:00pm and June 3, 9:00am-12:00pm

Presenter: Magda El-Sherbini, The Ohio State Univesity

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RDA Toolkit

VISION SESSIONS

1. Linked Data & Libraries

Friday, June 4th, 9:00 am-10:15 am

 

Presenter: Eric Miller, Zepheira, LLC

 

2. Publishing 2.0: How the Internet Changes Publications in Society

Saturday, June 5th, 9 am-10:15 am

 

Presenter: Kent Anderson, JBJS, Inc.

 

3. Serials Management in the Next-Generation Library Environment

Sunday, June 6th, 10:30 am – 11:30 am

 

Presenters: moderator Clint Chamberlain, University of Texas at Arlington; panel Jonathon Blackburn, OCLC; Neil Block, Innovative Interfaces; Brendan Gallagher, ByWater Solutions; Robert McDonald, Indiana University/Executive Director Kuali OLE Project


STRATEGY SESSIONS

STRATEGY A
Friday, June 4th, 10:30 am -12 pm

(1) Digital Preservation: The Library Perspective

Presenter: Colin Meddings, Oxford University Press

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(2) Not for the Faint of Heart! A New Approach to "Serials" Management. User Research into Subscription Management Practices Across Print, Electronic, and Monographic Series

Presenters: Jonathan Blackburn and Sylvia Lowden, OCLC

Presentation Handout 1 Handout 2

(3) It’s Time to Join Forces: New Approaches and Models that Support Sustainable Scholarship

Presenters: David Fritsch, JSTOR; Rachel Lee, University of California Press

STRATEGY B
Saturday, June 5th, 10:30 am-12 pm

(1) Evaluating Usage of Non-Text Resources: What the COUNTER Statistics Don’t Tell You

Presenters: Stephanie Krueger, ARTstor; Tammy S. Sugarman, Georgia State University

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(2) Transparency & Publisher Pricing Models

Presenters: Kate Moore, Indiana University Southeast; Lori Duggan, Indiana University

 

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Survey Results


(3) When Jobs Disappear: The Staffing Implications of the Elimination of Print Serials Management Tasks

Presenter: Sarah Glasser, Hofstra University

 

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STRATEGY C
Saturday, June 5th, 1:30 pm-3 pm

(1) Biomedical Publishing 101: An Overview from the Chicago Collaborative

Presenter: John Tagler, Association of American Publishers, Professional and Scholarly Publishing and John Shaw, Sage Publications

(2) CONSER Update

Presenters: Les Hawkins and Hien Nguyen, Library of Congress; Adolfo Tarango, University of California, San Diego


(3) ERMs and Impact on Technical Services

Presenters: moderator: Susan Banoun, University of Cincinnati; Deberah England; Wright State University; Sharon Purtee, Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library, University of Cincinnati; Angela Riggio, University of California, Los Angeles;

(4) What to Withdraw? Grappling with Print Collections Management in the Wake of Digitization

Presenter: Roger C. Schonfeld, Ithaka S+R

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TACTICS SESSIONS

TACTICS A
Friday, June 4th, 1:30 pm-2:30 pm

(1) Core Competencies for Electronic Resources Librarians

Presenter: Sarah Sutton, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

(2) Don’t Pay Twice! Leveraging Licenses to Lower Student Costs

Presenters: Angela Riggio and Bonnie Tijerina, University of California, Los Angeles

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(3) Integrating Usage Statistics into Collection Development Decisions

Presenters: Dani Roach and Linda Hulbert, University of St. Thomas

 

 

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(4) Oasis or Quicksand, Implementing a Catalog Discovery Layer to Maximize Access to Electronic Resources

Presenters: Ellen Safley and Debbie Montgomery, University of Texas at Dallas

 

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(5) Shelf-Ready? An Alternative for Library Checking In and Claiming Print Journals?

Presenters: Julie Su, San Diego State University; Jose Luis Andrade, Swets Americas; Bob McQuillan, Innovative Interfaces, Inc.

 

Handout 1 - Su

Handout 2 - Swets

Handout 3 - Innovative

 

(6) What Can the Cataloger Do With An ERM?

Presenter: Steve Shadle, University of Washington

 

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TACTICS B
Friday, June 4th, 2:45 pm-3:45 pm

(1) Can't We Write a Little Script for This? Managing Serials Data and xISSN

Presenters: Roy Tennant, OCLC; Mike Beccaria, Paul Smith's College; Adam Traub, St. John Fisher College

 

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(2) Industry Initiatives - What You Need to Know

Presenter: Ross MacIntyre, Mimas, The University of Manchester

UKSG Projects (TRANSFER & KBART): http://uksg.org/projects
PIRUS2: http://www.cranfieldlibrary.cranfield.ac.uk/pirus2/tiki-index.php


(3) Let the Patron Drive: Purchase on Demand of E-books

Presenters: Jonathan Nabe and Andrea Imre, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale

 

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(4) Licensing Electronic Journals through Non-Subscription-Agent "Go-Betweens"

Presenters: Betty Landesman, NIH; Pinar Erzin, Accucoms, Inc.

 

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(5) Like a Haven in the Shifting Economic Sands

Presenters: Melissa Beck, University of California, Los Angeles Law Library and Valerie Bross, University of California, Los Angeles

 

Handout - Conclusion

Handout - Presentation Summary

Handout - Session Handouts


TACTICS C
Sunday, June 6th, 9 am-10 am

(1) Beyond Lists and Guides: Using Usability to Help Students Get the Most out of E-Resources

Presenters: Amy Fry, Bowling Green State University


(2) One Identifier: Find Your Oasis with NISO's I2 (Institutional Identifier) Standard

Presenters: Tina Feick, Harrassowitz; Helen Henderson, Ringgold, Inc.


(3) Pay-Per-Use Article Delivery at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Presenters: Mindy King and Aaron Nichols, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

 

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(4) Making E-Serials Holdings Data Transferable Applying the KBART Recommended Practice

Presenter: Jason Price, Claremont Colleges and SCELC Consortium

 

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(5) Metadata Value Chain for Open Access E-Journals

Presenter: Holly Mercer, Texas A&M University

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POSTER SESSIONS

(1) Avoiding Obsolescence: A Professional Development Plan for Print Serials Staffers

Presenter: Megan Curran, USC Norris Medical Library

(2) The Be-all and End-all! Using End-Note to Add Table of Contents Notes to Serial Analytic Records

Presenter: Becky Culbertson, University of California, San Diego

(3) An Oasis in Tough Times – Shared Decision Making

Presenters: Michaelyn Haslam and Xiaoyin Zhang, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries

(4) Pouring Your Documents into Your Serials Bowl

Presenter: Kathryn Johns-Masten, State University of New York