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Type: Lively Lunch Discussions [clear filter]
Thursday, November 7
 

12:30pm

12:45pm

A Foray into Digital Library Publishing: The British Virginia Project at VCU Laurens Room, Francis Marion Hotel Can Librarians and Information Providers Foster Productive Discussions Over Product Value, Change Management, and Sustainability? Room 227, Addlestone Library Devising New Collection Policies in Academic Libraries: Let’s Be Smart! Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott Historic District Digital Humanities and Collection Services Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott Historic District eChaos: Managing Too Much in a Transitional World Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott Historic District How to Thrive in the Digital Reference Revolution: New Models for Publishing, Collection Development, and Information Access Pinckney Room, Francis Marion Hotel I Hear the Train A Comin' - LIVE Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Increasing the Discoverability of Institutional Video: A Survey of Current Trends and Best Practices Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites Historic District Not So Fast! Researcher Preferences for Print or E-books Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel Rompiendo Barreras: Reorganizing Technical & Digital Services in a Small Academic Library Drayton Room, Francis Marion Hotel Selling Academic Materials Directly to End-users Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott Historic District Who Will Do Non-Profit Scholarly Publishing in the Future, and How? Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel You Bought a New Resource—Now How Do You Get People to Use It? A Library, a Consortium, and a Publisher Explain What They’re Doing and How It’s Working. Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel You Can’t Have Too Much Electronic Resources Staffing Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel “Eat Yourself Full, Leave Your Plate Empty:” or Why Student and Faculty Appetite for Data is like an Offensive Lineman at a Buffet Citadel Green Room, Embassy Suites Historic District
 
Friday, November 8
 

12:30pm

12:45pm

Are Midsize Academic Libraries on the Right E-Book Train? Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel Changing Operations of Academic Libraries Drayton Room, Francis Marion Hotel Collection Development in the Network World: Where Do Libraries Add Value? Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites Historic District Coming Clean About Dirty OCR: Providing Primary-Source Text to Scholarly Users Room 120, Addlestone Library Creating a New Collections Allocation Model for These Changing Times: Challenges, Opportunities, and Data Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel Facing Fears About Deselection and eBooks; Strategies to Help Both Faculty and Librarians Feel Safe Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott Historic District High Noon at the Pricing Model Corral Pinckney Room, Francis Marion Hotel Is There a Future for Collection Development Librarians? Parkview Room, Francis Marion Hotel Library Publishing Coalition Project: Discussion and Research Update Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott Historic District Meeting Their Demand: E-Book Purchasing from Consortial and Institutional Perspectives Citadel Green Room, Embassy Suites Historic District Open Access Author Funds: A Problem or a Solution? Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Rethinking Your Acquisitions Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott Historic District Revising a Collection Development Manual: Challenges and Opportunities Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott Historic District Shared E-books from Coast to Coast: Consortial Programs in Florida and the Pacific Northwest Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Streaming Video in Academic Libraries: Preliminary Results from a National Survey Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott Historic District The New Normal: Publishers and the New Open Access Mixed Economy Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Too Little is Not Enough Room 227, Addlestone Library Your Budget is Stretched. Reference Content is Free Online. So Why are New Reference Works from “Traditional” Publishers Worth Your Investment? Laurens Room, Francis Marion Hotel