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MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY: In-Person & Online
THURSDAY: Online Only (Q&A for On-Demand Presentations)

HOW WILL I ACCESS THE ONLINE CONFERENCE?
>> PheedLoop Virtual Event Platform (Available March 3) – The online conference will be hosted on the PheedLoop Virtual Event Platform. A username and password will be emailed by March 3.
>> SCHED (This website) – Attendees may view the program and build a personal schedule for in-person attendance. All times listed on Sched are in Central Time (local Austin time zone)

Sunday, March 5
 

11:00am CST

Registration Open
Sunday March 5, 2023 11:00am - 8:00pm CST
M2 Lobby (Ground Level)
  Misc, Registration Desk

1:00pm CST

IN-PERSON WORKSHOP: Electronic Serials Cataloging *ADDITIONAL TICKET REQUIRED*
IN-PERSON WORKSHOP ONLY
**An additional ticket is needed to attend this workshop. Register here.

The Electronic Serials Cataloging Workshop is designed as a hands-on training course that will introduce attendees to current standards and practices, elements and terminology used in the cataloging of electronic serials. This course is based on Resource Description and Access (RDA) as interpreted by current CONSER policy and practice with special attention paid to the differences in the cataloging of print and electronic serials. Attendees will participate in hands-on exercises which will include use of tools and documentation in support of cataloging with RDA. Knowledge of print serials cataloging practices is not required but attendees should be familiar with the MARC standard.

In addition, the workshop will introduce attendees to the use made of e-serial MARC records outside of the traditional library catalog (eg, library discovery systems and knowledgebases).

Participants in the workshop will be able to:
  • describe the differences between cataloging print serials and electronic serials.
  • catalog an electronic serial following current CONSER practices.
  • understand the various options for providing access to e-serial full-text (ie, knowledgebase, manual cataloging).

Presenters
avatar for Steve Shadle

Steve Shadle

Head, Serials Cataloging, University of Washington Libraries
Steve plans, organizes, and directs the work of the Serials Cataloging Unit at the UW Libraries. His background in serial standards began with his work as an ISSN Cataloger at the Library of Congress and currently serves as the coordinator of the CONSER Open Access Journals project... Read More →


Sunday March 5, 2023 1:00pm - 5:00pm CST
Room 101
  Workshops

1:00pm CST

IN-PERSON WORKSHOP: Preparing, negotiating and implementing transformative agreements *ADDITIONAL TICKET REQUIRED*
IN-PERSON WORKSHOP ONLY 
An additional ticket is needed to attend this workshop. Register here.

This workshop is an opportunity for participants to explore the different phases of preparing for, negotiating and implementing transformative agreements–together with the library and consortium experts who produced the ESAC Reference Guide to TAs. Topics will include: How to derive key insights based on data, Engage stakeholders and plan communications, Understand your negotiation counterparts and the current environment, Define your negotiation approach and goals, Finding common ground in negotiations, Key information and data exchange, Agreement terms, Workflows, Monitoring and Assessment.

Participants in the workshop will be able to:
  • critically assess publisher offers of transformative agreements,
  • develop data-based open-access negotiation strategies,
  • produce talking points to garner support for negotiations from institutional stakeholders,
  • plan for workflow and process adjustments needed for implementation, and more.


Presenters
avatar for Ádám Dér

Ádám Dér

Head, Scientific Information Provision, Max Planck Digital Library
avatar for Colleen Campbell

Colleen Campbell

Strategic Advisor, Max Planck Digital Library
COLLEEN CAMPBELL leads external engagement in the OA transition at the Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL), focusing on capacity-building activities to empower librarians and other stakeholders with strategic insights and essential skills as they work to enable an open, sustainable... Read More →


Sunday March 5, 2023 1:00pm - 5:00pm CST
Room 106

1:00pm CST

IN-PERSON WORKSHOP: Privacy and Learning Analytics: A Data Ethics Workshop for Library Professionals *ADDITIONAL TICKET REQUIRED*
IN-PERSON WORKSHOP ONLY 
**An additional ticket is needed to attend this workshop. Register here.

Higher education institutions are facing significant accountability pressures to prove that their efforts produce valuable results and their resource expenditures are justifiable. In addition to traditional business intelligence strategies, colleges and universities have adopted learning analytics methods to investigate issues of student learning and success. Learning analytics are the “measurement, collection, analysis, and reporting of [student and other data] for the purposes of understanding and optimizing learning and the environments in which it occurs” (Siemens, 2012, http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2330601.2330605). Learning analytics have helped institutions optimize advising, predict student retention, and increase student engagement. Feeling the same pressures as their institutions, as well as the desire to contribute to student learning and success, academic libraries have begun to participate in learning analytics practices.

Nonetheless, regardless of the benefits that could accrue, learning analytics unquestionably presents challenges to student privacy, thus straining the professional ethics commitments that librarians make to uphold user confidentiality, respect privacy in information seeking and use, and support intellectual freedom. Librarians may feel a desire to refrain from engaging with campus learning analytics projects, meaning that librarian values around privacy and confidentiality are missing from campus conversations. This workshop seems to overcome this hesitancy by providing training about privacy and other related ethical issues associated with learning analytics through structured, reflective activities that enable participants to plan for proactive engagement with campus learning analytics work and contribute to the development of privacy protections in learning analytics.

This workshop is an offering of Prioritizing Privacy, a multi-faceted continuing education program to train academic library practitioners to comprehensively address privacy and other related ethical implications of learning analytics projects. Prioritizing Privacy is funded by an IMLS National Leadership Grant. Additional information is available on the project website (https://prioritizingprivacy.org/).

Participants in the workshop will be able to: 
  • Describe the social, political, and technological elements of learning analytics in higher education, generally, and academic libraries, specifically.
  • Analyze learning analytics and the ways in which they may create privacy harms.
  • Develop library learning analytics approaches that are based in privacy by design and the profession's code of ethics.
  • Design an action plan for engaging with learning analytics, information privacy, and ethical practice at one’s home institution.

Presenters
avatar for Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe

Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe

Professor/Coordinator for Research and Teaching Professional Development, University Library, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


Sunday March 5, 2023 1:00pm - 5:00pm CST
Room 105
  Workshops

5:00pm CST

Welcome Reception hosted by UT-Austin Library
Join us at the Perry Casteneda Library on UT-Austin's campus to celebrate the start of #ERL23!

The library is a short ~5 minute walk from the conference center.

Link to Google Map Directions from AT&T Hotel & Conference Center to Library

Sunday March 5, 2023 5:00pm - 6:30pm CST
Perry-Castañeda Library 101 E 21st St, Austin, TX 78712
 
Monday, March 6
 

7:00am CST

Breakfast
2 -3 hot breakfast items on daily rotation - eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, crepes, etc.
Steel Cut Oatmeal with toppings
Granola & yogurt with toppings
Whole and cut fruit
Muffins, Tea Bread
Selection of juices, coffee, and tea

Vegetarian and Gluten-Free items will be available

One Twenty 5 Cafe is located on the lobby level and offers additional food items for purchase.

Monday March 6, 2023 7:00am - 9:00am CST
Tejas Dining Room (M2-Ground Level)
  Misc, Meals

7:00am CST

Registration Open
Monday March 6, 2023 7:00am - 6:00pm CST
M2 Lobby (Ground Level)
  Misc, Registration Desk

9:00am CST

OPENING KEYNOTE: What does it mean to be Human in the Age of AI and Robotics?
AI and robots are being deployed throughout our society to not only assist humans but to act in their place. For instance, virtual teams can now include a digital human as a team member. These digital humans are designed to look and behave like humans in hopes of encouraging others to engage with and care about them in the same way they do other humans. Not surprisingly, there have been recent calls for robot rights and citizenship. Similarly, humans are augmenting themselves through various technology upgrades ranging from hearing aids, pacemakers, bionic arms, and exoskeleton body suits. As humans become increasingly cyborg-like in their existence, many have questioned the value of distinguishing between humans and machines. Yet, little thought has been given to the implications of blurring such lines. For example, in what ways does the elevation of machines to humans devalue or at least change what it means to be human? There is much to think about and prepare for as we knowingly or unknowingly re-create what it means to be human.

Presenters
avatar for Dr. Lionel P. Robert Jr.

Dr. Lionel P. Robert Jr.

Professor of Information and Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Faculty Affairs, University of Michigan School of Information
Dr. Lionel P. Robert Jr. is a Professor in the School of Information at the University of Michigan and an AIS Distinguished Member Cum Laude and an IEEE Senior Member. Dr. Robert completed his Ph.D. in Information Systems from Indiana University where he was a BAT Fellow and KPMG... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 9:00am - 10:15am CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

10:15am CST

Building a Collection Assessment Toolbox: Finding the right tools to assess your e-resource collection
From traditional COUNTER usage statistics to mining faculty publications, the methods for assessing an e-resource collection are overwhelming. This presentation discusses the methods two librarians at a university library tried, and which we best fit the needs of our assessment while building a collection assessment program for health sciences resources.

Presenters
avatar for Angélique Roy

Angélique Roy

Health Sciences Librarian, Queen's University
Angélique is a Health Sciences Librarian at the Bracken Health Sciences Library at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. She serves as the liaison librarian for Life Sciences, Biochemistry and the Bachelor of Health Sciences. Her research interests include the use of artificial... Read More →
avatar for Meghan Burke

Meghan Burke

Metadata/Discovery Librarian, Queen's University
Meghan is a Metadata/Discovery Librarian at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Her research interests include collection assessment, communication between technical services and the rest of the library, and online discovery. 


Monday March 6, 2023 10:15am - 10:30am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

10:15am CST

They Built It and We Came: FOLIO – an open-source library services platform
Librarians from Grand Valley State University will discuss their library's move to FOLIO. They will discuss the migration process, show personalized workflows, introduce Locate (FOLIO's new OPAC), show integrations with other library systems and highlight homegrown tools that work with FOLIO like self-service reports, suppression tool, and a location updater.

Presenters
avatar for Patrick Roth

Patrick Roth

Department Head, Systems and Discovery, Grand Valley State University
avatar for Marcia Masters

Marcia Masters

Acquisitions & eResources Librarian, Grand Valley State University


Monday March 6, 2023 10:15am - 11:00am CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

10:15am CST

Are Transformative Agreements Worth It? An Analysis of Open Access Publication Data at the University of Kentucky
The growing preference for open access has led libraries into transformative agreements with publishers. As the University of Kentucky Libraries has entered a new round of negotiations, we have questioned whether these types of agreements are worth it or if they are just the Big Deal under a new name.

Presenters
BR

Ben Rawlins

Associate Dean, University of Kentucky


Monday March 6, 2023 10:15am - 11:00am CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

10:30am CST

Developing a collection assessment program for a midsize academic library
After multiple budget cuts, what is left in our collections? A collection assessment program is critical for identifying gaps in the collection and determining if we are still meeting users' needs. In this session, you will learn how one librarian developed an assessment program for a midsize, primarily undergraduate university.

Presenters
avatar for Alice Pearman

Alice Pearman

Collection Management Librarian, Plymouth State University


Monday March 6, 2023 10:30am - 10:45am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

10:45am CST

What to Measure? Operationalizing Concepts for Meaningful Assessment
As demands on budgets continue to grow, so do calls for libraries to demonstrate the extent to which the resources, facilities, and services they provide contribute to abstract outcomes like "student engagement" or "research impact." This session will help attendees identify meaningful measures for these nebulous concepts.

Presenters
avatar for Rachel Fleming-May

Rachel Fleming-May

Associate Professor, School of Information Sciences, The University of Tennessee
avatar for Brianne Dosch

Brianne Dosch

Social Sciences Data Librarian, University of Tennessee Libraries
I partner with social sciences researchers to connect them with the data and resources they need to succeed. I try to bring passion and excitement to everything I do, which sometimes includes referencing Harry Potter, travel, and cats. I love working with faculty and students alike... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 10:45am - 11:00am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

11:15am CST

The Licensing for Library Values Playbook: Creating a Streamlined Process for Aligning Licenses to Library Values
Libraries are increasingly concerned about protecting and advocating for library values in a progressively monopolized vendor landscape. This presentation describes the initial implementation of professional standards and principles through a licensing playbook. This systematic process includes strategies for collaboration, consistency, evaluation rubrics, model language, and fall back language.

Presenters
avatar for Elyssa Gould

Elyssa Gould

Head, Acquisitions & Continuing Resources, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
CU

Christy Urquieta Cortes

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Monday March 6, 2023 11:15am - 12:00pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

11:15am CST

An Attempt to Measure Diversity of eBook Use in an Evidence Based Acquisitions Program
This presentation describes our attempt to use factors like discipline, publisher, and library availability to measure diversity of titles available and used in an EBA program. The presenters will discuss the extent to which reliance on use-based selection would lead to collection diversity/conformity and the limitations of their methods.

Presenters
LE

Lynn E. Gates

Director of Collections and Content, Kraemer Family Library
Hi! I've been a cataloger for over 13 years in both public and academic libraries. I'm passionate about making our catalogs work for our patrons and while this may mean something different at each institution, I strongly believe the end product should be useful!
avatar for Matthew Jabaily

Matthew Jabaily

Asst Prof/Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian, University of Colorado Colorado Springs


Monday March 6, 2023 11:15am - 12:00pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

11:15am CST

Exclusive Preview: The future of the Oxford English Dictionary, a Sponsored Session with Oxford University Press
2028 will mark the centenary of completion of OED’s First Edition. In the run-up to that milestone, the OED team is undertaking a series of projects designed to extend the OED’s usefulness, value, and reach. Join us in previewing some of these developments:
  1. A brand new website that will allow users a beautiful new experience
  2. New ways to delve into our rich lexical data – a vital asset for any librarian wanting to ensure their institution has the tools needed for top-class academic research in the 21st Century
  3. A look at some of the projects to expand the content in the OED, such as the Word English programme
  4. Teaching and other additional resources


Presenters
AA

Andrew Allen

Senior Marketing Manager, Oxford University Press
EH

Elinor Hawkes

Product Owner, Oxford University Press
avatar for Patricia Hudson

Patricia Hudson

Head of Library Marketing, Oxford University Press
MP

Michael Proffitt

Chief Editor of the Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford University Press

Sponsors

Monday March 6, 2023 11:15am - 12:00pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

12:00pm CST

Libraries as the drivers of digital transformation, a Luncheon with Clarivate
Libraries are driving change in their institutions and across the industry. They’re changing their focus from reactive to proactive by implementing new technologies that embed their services in the workflows of students, faculty, researchers and staff.
 
In this session, we’ll explore these technologies and their impact on the visibility and reach of the library. You will learn how libraries are using their management systems as the base for new and improved services that enable their staff and their stakeholders to work with more confidence, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness, improving outcomes across their institutions.

Presenters
avatar for Lauren Wojcik

Lauren Wojcik

Senior Technical Solution Consultant, Clarivate
avatar for Allen Jones

Allen Jones

Director of Digital Libraries & Technical Services, The New School Libraries

Sponsors

Monday March 6, 2023 12:00pm - 1:30pm CST
Salon D/E (M3-Upper Level)

12:00pm CST

The Future of Research is Students, a Luncheon with Elsevier
This session will explore ways electronic library collections can support student access to - and affordability of - course materials, how faculty and librarians can better work together on ensuring curricula are supported, and how campus bookstores play a role in this evolving ecosystem.

Sponsors

Monday March 6, 2023 12:00pm - 1:30pm CST
Salon A/B (M3-Upper Level)

1:30pm CST

Direct to Open by the Data: Usage, Lessons, and Forecasts from an Equitable Open Access Model in Year One
In 2021, the MIT Press launched Direct to Open (D2O), a new collective action model built to support the open access publication of digital monographs. Join us to look under the hood of the model and investigate usage, impact, participation trends, lessons learned, and more after year one.

Presenters
avatar for Amy Harris

Amy Harris

Senior Manager, Library Partnerships & Sales, MIT Press
Amy Harris has held various positions at the University Press of Florida, the University Press of Kentucky, and The MIT Press. Her seventeen-year career in scholarly publishing has had a particular focus on expanding access to knowledge and library-press partnerships.


Monday March 6, 2023 1:30pm - 1:45pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

1:30pm CST

CANCELED: Alienation and Burnout in ER Librarianship: Causes and Alternative Paths
Many things lead to a decrease in morale for e-resource librarians in academia. How do we understand these issues, and where else can we go? Join librarians who left for a discussion that looks not just at the structural problems in the current system, but techniques for stepping outside academia.

Presenters
KH

Kate Hill

Library Service Engineer, EBSCO
avatar for Zorian Sasyk

Zorian Sasyk

FOLIO Implementation Consultant, EBSCO Information Services
FOLIO Implementation | Electronic Resource Management and Lifecycle | Open Source Software in Libraries


Monday March 6, 2023 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

1:30pm CST

Consortial Futures: Where Will Library Consortia Go Next?
For generations, library consortia have provided leadership for licensing, shared infrastructure, resource sharing, professional development, and other critical areas. Consortia are continually evolving and adjusting as their communities' priorities shift. The presenters will envision and explore ways in which consortia might evolve for even greater impact over the next decade.

Presenters
avatar for Jill Grogg

Jill Grogg

Senior Strategist, LYRASIS
Jill Grogg is a Strategist with the Content & Scholarly Communication Initiatives team at LYRASIS. Previously, she was electronic resources coorindator at The University of Alabama Libraries for over a decade.
avatar for Jesse Holden

Jesse Holden

Program Manager for Shared Content, Orbis Cascade Alliance
avatar for Charlie Barlow

Charlie Barlow

Executive Director, Boston Library Consortium
avatar for Teri Gallaway

Teri Gallaway

Executive Director, SCELC
avatar for Michael Rodriguez

Michael Rodriguez

Senior Strategist, Content and Scholarly Communication Initiatives, Lyrasis
Michael Rodriguez (he/him) is a Senior Strategist for Content & Scholarly Communication Initiatives at Lyrasis, a U.S.-based nonprofit member organization with over 1100 institutional members nationwide. He formerly managed electronic resources and led collection development and strategy... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

1:45pm CST

Article-Level Intelligence for Better Open Access Discovery and Linking
The number of Open Access articles available in hybrid journals is increasing.  Yet limitations of link-resolvers makes discovering and linking to this content difficult.  This presentation will discuss how article level-intelligence helps libraries expand collections, improve discovery, and enable better access to Open Access articles in hybrid journals and more.

Presenters
avatar for Kendall Bartsch

Kendall Bartsch

CEO, Third Iron
Kendall Bartsch is the co-founder and CEO of Third Iron who works with a terrific team to deliver LibKey and BrowZine to over 1,400 libraries around the world. Third Iron services deliver next-generation solutions that simplify and improve access to content, all while keeping the... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 1:45pm - 2:00pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

2:00pm CST

Empowering Your Next Discovery: How Project MUSE is Advancing an Equitable and Open Future for Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Learn about Project MUSE’s work towards a Subscribe to Open (S2O) offer built around our flagship collections of peer-reviewed journals in the humanities and social sciences. MUSE is uniquely positioned to offer one of the first Subscribe to Open programs on an aggregator platform, as the host to more than 700 current journals from more than 200 not-for-profit publishers, and over 25 years of experience providing essential scholarship to thousands of libraries worldwide. This session will provide an introductory overview of our plans for an S2O offer, expected to roll out for the 2025 calendar year subscription term.

Presenters
avatar for Melanie Schaffner

Melanie Schaffner

Director of Sales & Marketing, Project MUSE
Melanie Schaffner has been with Project MUSE since 1996, leading the teams responsible for the strategic development, planning, and implementation of all sales and marketing activities for the organization. Melanie holds a B.S. in Geography and Environmental Systems from the University... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for Project MUSE

Project MUSE

Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community around the world.We collaborate with hundreds of mission-driven organizations to curate quality scholarship in the humanities and social sciences and we make these groundbreaking... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 2:00pm - 2:15pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

2:15pm CST

Break with Exhibitors
Monday March 6, 2023 2:15pm - 3:15pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)
  Exhibit Hall

2:15pm CST

Exhibit Hall Open
Monday March 6, 2023 2:15pm - 7:00pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)
  Exhibit Hall

3:15pm CST

NISO's Controlled Digital Lending Working Group: Standards to Support New Connections
Controlled digital lending (CDL) is a method that allows libraries to replicate the right to loan their legally acquired items in a digital format to patrons under controlled conditions. With support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NISO is developing a recommended practice to help streamline implementation of this library lending application.

Presenters
avatar for Nettie Lagace

Nettie Lagace

Associate Executive Director, NISO
Nettie Lagace is the Associate Executive Director at NISO, where she is responsible for facilitating the work of NISO's topic committees and development groups for standards and best practices, and working with the community to encourage broad adoption of this consensus work. Prior... Read More →
avatar for Allen Jones

Allen Jones

Director of Digital Libraries & Technical Services, The New School Libraries
avatar for Michael Rodriguez

Michael Rodriguez

Senior Strategist, Content and Scholarly Communication Initiatives, Lyrasis
Michael Rodriguez (he/him) is a Senior Strategist for Content & Scholarly Communication Initiatives at Lyrasis, a U.S.-based nonprofit member organization with over 1100 institutional members nationwide. He formerly managed electronic resources and led collection development and strategy... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 3:15pm - 4:00pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

3:15pm CST

Placing primary sources at the heart of education: publisher and library collaboration across pedagogy, platform and archives - Sponsored Session with AM
Primary sources bring content alive for students and make for fantastic teaching tools. They encourage critical thinking and place student-led research at the center of pedagogical approaches. Digital technologies, such as Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) Transcription and data mining, have opened new research pathways for students as much as they have for professional researchers. Still, transformational possibilities through collaboration among librarians, teaching staff, and publishers of primary sources can further facilitate discovery, learning and independent research. Join AM and partners at Baylor University for a discussion of how these collaborations enable faculty and students to create new scholarly pathways across a range of disciplines.  

Following this session, participants will develop new ideas on how to collaborate across departments and with vendors to get greater value out of their primary source materials 

Presenters
avatar for Ben Lacey

Ben Lacey

Head of Engagement, AM
avatar for Jessica Kowalski

Jessica Kowalski

Senior Quartex Sales Manager North America, AM
avatar for Joshua Been

Joshua Been

Director of Data & Digital Scholarship, Baylor University
Provides academic support and outreach in the areas of text analysis, data visualizations, qualitative data analysis, and geospatial research.

Sponsors
avatar for AM

AM

AM’s digital collections and technology platforms enrich the study, research and teaching of primary sources. With over 30 years’ experience working with librarians, educators and archivists, AM is inspired by archival materials and passionate about the technology that brings... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 3:15pm - 4:00pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

3:15pm CST

Missing Links: Incorporating Access Analysis into Electronic Resource Retention Decisions
Electronic resource retention decisions often revolve around COUNTER data and usage. An element that is sometimes overlooked, however, is e-resource discoverability. This presentation will present a rubric for assessing e-resource access points in Discovery Layers and library websites, including presenting an OhioLINK survey of collection managers and a case study.

Presenters
RW

Richard Wisneski

Electronic Resources, Miami University


Monday March 6, 2023 3:15pm - 4:00pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

4:15pm CST

Institutional repositories measurably increase the FAIRness of research outputs: Actionable data for librarians
Datasets and non-traditional research outputs are a growing use case for institutional repositories. We quantify how much FAIRer institutional repository outputs are and examine other benefits like reuse metrics and Altmetrics. Librarians can use this to quantify the value of their role and their institution's investment in the repository.

Presenters
avatar for Andrew Mckenna-Foster

Andrew Mckenna-Foster

Product Specialist, Digital Science
I'm interested in all aspects of knowledge curation and data management.


Monday March 6, 2023 4:15pm - 4:30pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

4:15pm CST

The Privacy Librarian Is In!: How Privacy Issues Affect Researchers and Libraries [Interactive Format]
Faced with an increasingly complex online environment through which libraries provide access to scholarly resources, librarians have found it difficult to educate users in protecting their personal information and online behaviors from inappropriate and sometimes unauthorized use while promoting the personalization services that users find beneficial. Modeled after the long-running Peanuts cartoon with Lucy offering advice for 5 cents, this interactive session will tackle key privacy issues in the researcher, vendor, and library framework. It will kick off with John Felts of Coastal Carolina staffing his post as "Privacy Librarian" while training a new library employee.
After this tour through privacy issues, a panel will highlight the context in which these patron questions exist. Topics will include privacy in accessing online content, sharing information for personalization, who has access to third party data, and privacy challenges in open access publishing.

Presenters
avatar for Heather Staines

Heather Staines

Senior Consultant, Delta Think
Heather Staines is Senior Consultant at Delta Think and Director of Community Engagement for the OA Data Analytics Tool. Her prior roles include Head of Partnerships for Knowledge Futures Group, Director of Business Development at Hypothesis, as well as positions at Proquest, SIPX... Read More →
avatar for Tim Lloyd

Tim Lloyd

CEO, LibLynx
Tim Lloyd is founder and CEO of LibLynx, a company providing Identity, Access & Analytics solutions for online resources. His career spans several decades in a variety of product development and operational roles in online publishing, with a particular focus on developing innovative... Read More →
avatar for Beth Bernhardt

Beth Bernhardt

Consortia Account Manager, Oxford University Press
Beth works for Oxford University Press as a Consortia Account Manager. Before coming to OUP she was the Assistant Dean for Collection Management and Scholarly Communications at UNC Greensboro. Beth has served as the Principle Program Director for the Charleston Conference since 2... Read More →
avatar for Russell Palmer

Russell Palmer

Assistant Director, Support Services, GALILEO
Russell Palmer is an assistant director at GALILEO, where he is in charge of the support services team. He and his team work on the development of GALILEO, new integrations (such as OpenAthens), and system report requests. Prior to GALILEO, Palmer worked at LYRASIS for 14 years in... Read More →
avatar for John Felts

John Felts

Head of Information Technology and Collections, Coastal Carolina University
John is currently the Head of Information Technology and Collections at Coastal Carolina University.  He has worked in academic library technology for over 30 years and is a former patent holder and co-founder of Journal Finder, the first OpenURL Resolver and knowledge base to go... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 4:15pm - 5:00pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

4:15pm CST

Reality Hits Home: Database Cancellations and the Academic Impact
This spring, our librarians had to deselect $300,000 in databases. This was a journey like no other for us.  This presentation will cover the process the librarians went through to make informed and fair decisions on which databases to deselect and the impact it had on academic learning and research.

Presenters
avatar for Gretchen Gould

Gretchen Gould

Resource Management Unit Coordinator and CSL, University of Northern Iowa


Monday March 6, 2023 4:15pm - 5:00pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

4:30pm CST

Easier Said than Done: Selecting an Institutional Repository Platform
Selecting a platform to host your organizations research output can be difficult. There are commercial and open-source options and many considerations depending on the content you plan to host. Learn how our library navigated the process, made the wrong decision, and eventually came out on top.  

Presenters
KM

Kelly Mckeever

Technical Librarian, NIWC Pacific


Monday March 6, 2023 4:30pm - 4:45pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

4:45pm CST

Amplify the research and teaching impact of your digitized special collections - Sponsored Session with JSTOR/ITHAKA
You’ve worked hard on your library’s special, distinctive, and primary source collections: you’ve cataloged them, digitized them, and shared them on your website. Are they being found by the scholars who need them for teaching and research?
Hear how libraries worldwide are partnering with JSTOR, a part of the non-profit ITHAKA, to make their collections openly accessible, bring greater visibility to their institution, and offer long-term preservation through Portico.
During this short talk, Bruce Heterick, Senior Vice President of Open Collections and Infrastructure, will highlight how scholars are accessing thousands of primary resources thanks to hundreds of charter libraries opening access to their special collections. Bruce will delve into qualitative and quantitative data on how partners are amplifying impact – and how you can, too. 

Presenters
avatar for Bruce Heterick

Bruce Heterick

Senior Vice President, Open Collections & Infrastructure, ITHAKA

Sponsors
avatar for JSTOR

JSTOR

JSTOR provides access to more than 12 million journal articles, books, images, and primary sources in 75 disciplines.We help you explore a wide range of scholarly content through a powerful research and teaching platform. We collaborate with the academic community to help libraries connect students and faculty to vital content while lowering costs and increasing shelf space, provide independent researchers with free and low-cost access to scholarship, and help publishers reach new audiences and preserve... Read More →


Monday March 6, 2023 4:45pm - 5:00pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

5:00pm CST

Vendor Reception
Monday March 6, 2023 5:00pm - 7:00pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)
  Exhibit Hall

7:00pm CST

Battledecks@ER&L 2023 – We’re Doin’ it LIVE!...again
BattleDecks@ER&L is on, it’s in-person, its’ the tenth time, and it’s not-to-be-missed.  Hone your public speaking, nonsense making, and shenanigan managin’ skills.

What is it?
Battledecks or Powerpoint-Karaoke.Participants will present a topic (provided just before they begin), for 3 to 3 and a half minutes, accompanied by 10-15 PowerPoint slides selected and arranged by our team of experienced library scientists. No preparation required, No preparation allowed, actually. Participants will be judged based on criteria ranging from the quantitative use of time and slides to the qualitative general composure and ability to address the topic. A certain amount of artistic license is expected from both participants and judges in their work.

When is it?
Battle Decks ER&L is Monday, March 6th, beginning at 7:00 pm following the Vendor Reception & Tabletop Exhibit.

How do I get involved? 
We’re looking for a few hearty folks to join in as:
  • Participants – Sign up early to secure your spot.  We’re looking for up to 8 contestants.
  • Volunteers – We’ll need a few folks on hand to help run the show as timekeepers, random drawing wranglers, and stern security to keep the contestants from escaping.
If you are up for any of these roles, please contact Jesse Koennecke (jtk1@cornell.edu or @JayTeeKayOne) or sign up at the ER&L Registration Desk.



Presenters
avatar for Jesse Koennecke

Jesse Koennecke

Director, Acquisitions & E-Resource Licensing, Cornell University
Jesse is responsible for managing Acquisitions and E-Resource Licensing services for Cornell University Library (CUL). Jesse has been involved with the Future of Libraries Is Open project to develop open source software for libraries since 2016  Ask me about Battledecks@ER&L!Ask... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2023 7:00pm - 7:45pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)
  Misc
 
Tuesday, March 7
 

7:00am CST

Breakfast
2 -3 hot breakfast items on daily rotation - eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, crepes, etc.
Steel Cut Oatmeal with toppings
Granola & yogurt with toppings
Whole and cut fruit
Muffins, Tea Bread
Selection of juices, coffee, and tea

Vegetarian and Gluten-Free items will be available

One Twenty 5 Cafe is located on the lobby level and offers additional food items for purchase.

Tuesday March 7, 2023 7:00am - 9:00am CST
Tejas Dining Room (M2-Ground Level)
  Misc, Meals

7:00am CST

Registration Open
Tuesday March 7, 2023 7:00am - 6:00pm CST
M2 Lobby (Ground Level)
  Misc, Registration Desk

9:00am CST

Does Kanban work for Discovery?
CU Boulder Libraries went live with the new EDS UI in 2022. For this project we used a GitHub Projects board and applied Agile and Kanban principles to the board. We will discuss why we chose this method and analyze how this method has worked for us so far.

Presenters
avatar for Nicole Trujillo

Nicole Trujillo

Access & Discovery Librarian, University of Colorado Boulder


Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:00am - 9:15am CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

9:00am CST

Let the Library be your compass when navigating eResources
Georgia Tech is always searching for new ways to increase discovery of eResources. Users frequently have trouble accessing online articles and navigating away from the paywall. Learn how we implemented several tools on the discovery layer and in popular search platforms to enhance user experience and aid in seamless discovery.

Presenters
avatar for Heather Jeffcoat

Heather Jeffcoat

Web & Discovery Management Librarian, Georgia Tech Library
Heather Jeffcoat is the Web and Discovery Management Librarian at the Georgia Tech Library. She earned a M.S. in Library and Information Studies from Florida State University and a B.A. in Geography from the University of South Carolina. Heather has managed the Library's web presence... Read More →
avatar for Anu Moorthy

Anu Moorthy

Electronic Resources Librarian, Stanford University
Anu Moorthy is an Electronic Resources Librarian at the Georgia Tech Library. She provides leadership and administers day-to-day operations in electronic resource management by working closely with colleagues in Acquisitions, Cataloging, IT, Collection Development, consortia, and... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:00am - 9:15am CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

9:00am CST

Meet librarians whose institutions made the move to FOLIO
This session will cover three institutions' decision to move to FOLIO, the open-source library management system. It will cover pain points at each library and how FOLIO helped to solve them, migrating to an open-source system with vendor support, insights into the implementation process, and staff and end-user feedback.

Presenters
avatar for Jesse Koennecke

Jesse Koennecke

Director, Acquisitions & E-Resource Licensing, Cornell University
Jesse is responsible for managing Acquisitions and E-Resource Licensing services for Cornell University Library (CUL). Jesse has been involved with the Future of Libraries Is Open project to develop open source software for libraries since 2016  Ask me about Battledecks@ER&L!Ask... Read More →
avatar for Donna Bacon

Donna Bacon

Executive Director, MOBIUS
I am the Executive Director of MOBIUS, a multi-type (mostly academic) 501(c)(3) library consortium for 80 libraries in Missouri and contiguous states.  We have a shared ILS and will go live with FOLIO and OpenRS in May 2024!  I currently serve on the leadership of the Open Library... Read More →
avatar for Christopher Holly

Christopher Holly

Director SaaS Innovation, EBSCO
Christopher Holly is a Director of SaaS Innovation at EBSCO and has spent the majority of his library career working with ILS/LSP's. Prior to joining EBSCO, Christopher created a new strategic direction and plan for the Cooperative Computer Services (CCS) library consortium in Illinois... Read More →
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Cori Lynn Arnold

Electronic Resources Librarian, Washington College


Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:00am - 9:45am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

9:00am CST

Data Analytics in Service to Collection Development, a Sponsored Session with Digital Science
This session will provide an overview of the Dimensions and Altmetric Platforms. Additionally collection development use cases such as analysing OSTP impact in collection development will be covered. Lastly the session will cover impact of closed vs open access publications in social media. All electronic resources librarians and directors are welcome to attend.

By the end of the session attendees will:
  1. Understand the basics of Dimensions and Altmetric Platform
  2. Learn how to use US Funder Filter to conduct OSTP analysis
  3. Understand the footprint of their publications in social media outlets.


Presenters
avatar for Arta Kabashi

Arta Kabashi

Sr. Product Solutions Manager, Digital Science
Arta currently works as the Sr. Product Manger for Dimensions and Altmetric with focus on the academic market. She worked most recently for Taylor and Francis Information Group, where she worked as a Senior Strategic Account Manager for the academic market where she specialized in... Read More →

Sponsors

Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:00am - 9:45am CST
Salon A/B (M3-Upper Level)

9:00am CST

Exhibit Hall Open
Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:00am - 3:00pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)
  Exhibit Hall

9:15am CST

Diving Deeper into Usage Statistics: Master Reports and CELUS
E-Resource usage statistics often focus on COUNTER reports, particularly the Standard Views such as TR_J1 or PR_P1. But are we missing valuable information contained only in the COUNTER Master Reports? Come explore the Master Reports and learn about CELUS, a tool to manage and analyze usage statistics.

Presenters
avatar for John Kimbrough

John Kimbrough

Electronic Resource Librarian, Georgetown University Library
I help manage electronic resources at Georgetown University (an Alma and Primo VE library). I wrangle portfolios, update proxy stanzas, puzzle over usage statistics, and do whatever else I can to help our patrons in the company of great colleagues.


Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:15am - 9:30am CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

9:15am CST

Getting Noticed on the Web: Making Library Data Portable and Visible
Become part of the data exchange on the web. This presentation will explore the efforts of a private research university around data enrichment and syndication, by using BIBFRAME as the foundation for transforming data and creating enriched resources within a connected graph.

Presenters
avatar for Amy Thurlow

Amy Thurlow

Director, SaaS Innovation, EBSCO Industries Inc
Amy has been with EBSCO 19 years. During this time she primarily worked directly with academic libraries throughout New England. By talking with our clients and listening to their needs Amy has been able to identify how our software solutions can help. Amy currently handles several... Read More →
avatar for Andrew White

Andrew White

Director, Library Information Services, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Dr. Andrew White has 35+ years of experience in academic libraries including public and technical services, as well as information systems administration. Prior to his role at Rensselaer, he held a variety of positions in Stony Brook University including Associate Director of the... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:15am - 9:30am CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

9:30am CST

Calling all Trailblazers: Charting the Path to a New ERM
TIND is starting our ascent to Mt. ERM and have arrived at first base camp: license and policy management. University of Southern Indiana will provide updates on their progress, share their experience surveying the traditional and alternative routes, and what they aim to discover at the top. Campfire chat encouraged.

Presenters
avatar for Becca Neel

Becca Neel

Assistant Director for Resource Management & UX, University of Southern Indiana
avatar for Andrew French

Andrew French

VP Product, TIND
TIND is reimagining library technology. We want to hear your thoughts on all things print, electronic, and digital!


Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:30am - 9:45am CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

9:30am CST

Future-proofing access: Going where your patrons are
How can university libraries ensure patrons receive library support at the ‘point of need' and secure equity of access? This session will investigate University of East Anglia's experience of embedding Springshare's (LibGuides/LibChat) feature into their patrons' workflows.

Presenters
avatar for Talia Resendes

Talia Resendes

VP of Marketing, Springshare
Talia Resendes is the VP of Marketing for Springshare, the maker of LibGuides. She has been with Springshare since September, 2010 and is responsible for all marketing and social media outreach. Talia lives in NYC has an MLIS from the University of Rhode Island and an MCom in Information... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Horvath

Daniel Horvath

Product Director, Technology from SAGE
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Matthew Hawkes

Academic Librarian, The University of East Anglia


Tuesday March 7, 2023 9:30am - 9:45am CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

10:00am CST

Unveiling a new user-centered approach to the delivery of library services: A case study from Bangor University library
A new report investigating perspectives on undergraduate workflows found that 63% of patrons use Google to find resources compared to 35% using library websites. This session explores Bangor University library’s vision and plan to increase student engagement with resource lists and embedding EzProxy into research workflows to support researcher impact.

Following this session, participants will be able to:
  • See how incorporating tools into patron workflows at the ‘point of need’ enables students to access library resources even when they begin searching for content on Google.
  • Improve digital pedagogy and quality control via resource list management making it easier for students to find and engage with the right resources.
  • Learn how one university library is planning to use digital services at different points of the patron workflow to increase engagement of library-subscribed resources.
  • Learn how one university has helped students engage with the resources that the library is responsible for, no matter where they sit departmentally, and how this ties into the library’s vision.

Presenters
avatar for Anna Jones, MLIS

Anna Jones, MLIS

Senior Program Manager | Community Relations, OCLC
Anna Jones has worked with OCLC since 2012.  Before coming to OCLC, Anna worked for a small academic library.   As a Senior Community Manager at OCLC, she loves helping libraries connect with one another and solve problems cooperatively.
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Alan Thomas

Teaching & Learning Support Manager, Bangor University
avatar for Jessica Clemons, MLS

Jessica Clemons, MLS

Director of Development, North America, Technology from Sage


Tuesday March 7, 2023 10:00am - 10:15am CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

10:00am CST

Confronting baked-in inequities from the past: EDIB and Metadata, a Sponsored Session with Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press has been exploring the role of EDIB in publishing: not just our staff composition, but also functional aspects such as title commissioning and what metadata to provide for these.

Join Publisher Amy Laurent as she explores how metadata, which is rooted in history itself neither equitable nor diverse, can best incorporate EDIB principles.

How do we move beyond established parameters to build an equitable, inclusive, safe future for our authors, library customers, and ourselves?

Presenters
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Amy Laurent

Publisher, Cambridge University Press & Assessment

Sponsors

Tuesday March 7, 2023 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

10:00am CST

The Who, What, Where, and How of E-Resources Librarianship
This presentation will discuss the current state electronic resource librarianship. The first section will include a discussion of the range of skills and expertise that E-Resources Librarians are expected to possess. The second section will provide an analysis of electronic resources position descriptions and institutional mobility.

Presenters
avatar for Kelly Lutz

Kelly Lutz

Systems Librarian, Nevada State College
Kelly Lutz is the Systems Librarian at Nevada State College in Henderson, NV.  Kelly holds a BA from the University of Notre Dame, an MA in Political Science from the University of Toronto, and a Master of Library and Information Science from San José State University.
avatar for Chris Vidas

Chris Vidas

Electronic Resources Librarian, Clemson University
I joined Clemson University in December 2018 as the Electronic Resources Librarian. I'm currently serving as the Interim Head of Acquisitions. In my traditional role, I manage our E-Resources Team, and I'm excited about our ongoing work to maintain and improve our collections and... Read More →
avatar for Nathaniel King

Nathaniel King

Dean of the Library, Nevada State College
Nathaniel is the chief library officer for the College. He has primary responsibility for planning, developing, and administering library programs; creating and sustaining an environment supportive of teaching, research, and academic excellence. He holds a MSLS from the University... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

10:15am CST

Right place, right reference: The role of the library in supporting patron reference management
What is the role of the library in signposting and providing access to reference and citation management tools? This session will discuss the issues around referencing that researchers face and the role of the library in supporting them, looking at two librarians' experiences of supporting user adoption of reference managers.

Presenters
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Barbara Renner

Liaison Librarian, University of Chapel Hill
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Christine Gomola

UNC Highway Safety Research Center
avatar for Daniel Horvath

Daniel Horvath

Product Director, Technology from SAGE


Tuesday March 7, 2023 10:15am - 10:30am CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

10:30am CST

Square Pegs, Round Holes: Investigating "Traditional Catalogs" in Discovery Layers
In a 2015 ALCTS E-Forum, 83 percent of participants indicated maintaining a discovery layer and traditional catalog. This presentation revisits this discussion, demonstrating how libraries can conduct ILS infrastructure and discovery layer mapping analyses. Shortcomings with discovery layers may reveal inconsistencies in ILS infrastructures, as with material types and locations.

Presenters
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Richard Wisneski

Electronic Resources, Miami University


Tuesday March 7, 2023 10:30am - 10:45am CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

10:45am CST

Break with Exhibitors
Tuesday March 7, 2023 10:45am - 11:30am CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)
  Exhibit Hall

11:30am CST

The First 6 Months: Ten Ways to Thrive as a New E-Resources Librarian
This session will provide suggestions to successfully navigate an E-Resource Librarian's first six months at an academic library. The session will serve as an introduction to e-resources work, and will provide relevant examples from the presenter's experience as a new E-Resource Librarian at Appalachian State University, a mid-sized academic institution.

Presenters
avatar for Sarah Guy

Sarah Guy

E-Resources Librarian, Appalachian State University


Tuesday March 7, 2023 11:30am - 11:45am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

11:30am CST

Technology from SAGE Innovators Awards
Join us to hear from the finalists and participate in a community vote for the winner!

FINALIST 1: 
Integrating Resources into Research Design
Dr. Olga Koz and Dr. Jorrin-Abellan
Kennesaw State University

As a research librarian, I curate resources to add value to their content and make them discoverable by researchers. Sometimes, librarians acquire, manage, and promote e-resources without taking one more step, integrating these resources into the research workflow. Since 2016, I have been fortunate to collaborate with researchers and technologists on the Hopscotch web tool (HWT) and, since 2018, on the Interactive Research Methods lab (IRML) to help novice researchers develop well-informed and rigorous research designs. The HWT and IRML are widely recognized as examples of a learning, research, and design space that assist not only researchers from Kennesaw State University but are open and available to anybody.

I recommend resources and integrate the databases and e-collections into each research design step to complement and enrich the content developed by the leading author of the Hopscotch model and the lab, Dr. Jorrin- Abellan, and the IRML team. Adding each resource to the web tool or the IRML virtual library guarantees increased usage. Linking to resources at the point of need when students design research or work through guided instruction within the Hopscotch web tool promotes e-books, e-journals, or databases such as Sage Research Methods and helps me to acquire resources that are recommended by faculty.

I want to submit for award consideration the latest innovation of the Hopscotch and IRML team, the literature review design interactive tool. Since 2020, when we designed and launched the Hopscotch Literature Review Design tool, it has been accessed by 1253 users, viewed more than 4000 times, and used to create 138 literature review protocols or designs. In addition, the version of this interactive design tool has been embedded into several courses for Ed.D. students and adopted by 24 doctoral students working on their dissertations and research proposals. With assistance from the Library Systems librarian, researchers, and students from the College of Computer Science, we are currently working on an AI-based dynamic and contextual recommendation system and search box. It will assist users of the Literature Review Design Tool or other HWT versions with customized content retrieval from the library databases, open access repositories, and Hopscotch knowledge base.


FINALIST 2: 
Amazon Alexa Skill as an Artificial Intelligent (AI) Tool for Academic Library Services
Dr. Santosh Kharat and Dr. Shubhada Nagarkar
Savitribai Phule Pune University

Introduction: AI is changing the world and the lives of people and enhancing economies and organizations. Voice recognition is one of its advanced applications that have been used in Google search, Amazon's Alexa, Apple's Siri, and ChatBot. These products help to retrieve information easily and even to order products to receive it to doorstep. Libraries are ahead where AI is being used for various purposes viz. Library of Congress, Ohio-based Worthington libraries, and Pellucent Technology Company use Amazon Alexa Skill cloud-based voice service for their users. In the current project, we have used Amazon Alexa as AI tool for users at the Library of PUMBA (Department of Management Sciences founded in the year 1971 in the Savitribai Phule Pune University and it is known as PUMBA.) to locate the book and the shelf/cupboard number. This voice-based service is useful for voice-based information retrieval in which users will be less dependent on library catalogs and staff. Voice-based library resources locator will save the time of the users.

To achieve this PUMBA Library has purchased Alexa, and related services to build the question-and-answer skill to provide information about the cupboard number of physical books. To build the customized questions and answers the blueprint services https://blueprints.amazon.com) were used. Special arrangements have been made for Alexa with the instructions for usage. At this initial period students found it an amazing service in which they can talk with Alexa in the library to find out the direct cupboard number. As the PUMBA library has approx 1000 students and less number of staff, this voice-based book locator service would be used heavily in near future. Apart from the book locator service, information for the selection of relevant books with other applications of AI will be introduced. The library has already implemented the QR code technology (Publication: Kharat, S. A., Panage, B. M., & Nagarkar, S. (2017). Use of QR code and Layar app for academic library services. Library Hi Tech News, 34(3), 21–28. https://doi.org/10.1108/LHTN-12-2016-0060.) And will use more AI based applications in near future.

Conclusion: - Amazon Alexa & their skill is one the artificial intelligent tools. But smartness is more users’ friendly than intelligent and smartness is nothing but the development of smart services using new tools and to satisfy smart users of the library. In short, provide smart service to smart users using smart equipment. It is up to individual librarians how they incorporate new technology into practice. The library can deliver voice experiences service to the users. Anyone can build skills into Alexa easily and without coding. Academic libraries will be more popular in the future by their voice service using Amazon Alexa.


FINALIST 3:
Modernizing the Monograph Purchase: Moving from Paper Slips to the "Purchase Request Platform"
Daniel Huang, Maccabee Levine, and Boaz Nadav Manes
Lehigh University

The Lehigh University Libraries realized that while we were receiving a significant number of paper tickets of lost, missing, and often requested/used monographs, there was no central receiving or decision-making point for those paper tickets. When the Libraries tried to purchase replacement or supplemental print copies, we discovered that managing the decision process was far from systematized and relied on email, in-person conversations, or other methods that delayed our response time. Nor was there oversight and service standards assessment.

Having learned from our previous use of the Jira ticketing system regarding the power of collaboration, we applied that knowledge to create a new type of middleware that did similar collaboration but added the transformative toolkit of hooks from external systems into one decision process: the Purchase Request Platform (PRP). We also wanted to make this freely available for any library to implement, versus a custom Jira setup.

Past requests at the library can be entered via barcode wand at the circulation desk or other identifier in the back office into Jira. The resulting Jira tickets are populated with information from external sources:
-Vendors (currently Amazon Prime, but we are working on including Ingram, GOBI, Oasis, and others)
-Usage data from our internal circulations
-Consortial holdings
-ILL usage (coming soon)
-And more!

Subject and outreach librarians are able to collaborate not only with Circulation staff but also Acquisitions personnel to quickly make decisions without doing repetitive lookups of information sources. All stakeholders can instead focus on collaborating to make a great purchase decision even faster! And if there is no time, the Purchase Request Platform will eventually help automate those decisions on top of Jira’s accountability and oversight features.

The Purchase Request Platform is built with flexibility in mind. Any publisher, broker, etc. can provide an API to automatically embed information on availability, format types, price, etc. We are committed to developing the PRP further to include direct patron requests, quarterly review of ILL statistics as a form of DDA, and strea

Sponsors
avatar for SAGE Publishing

SAGE Publishing

SAGE is a global academic publisher of books, journals, and a growing suite of library products and services.Driven by the belief that social and behavioral science has the power to improve society, we focus on publishing impactful research, enabling robust research methodology, and... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 11:30am - 12:15pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

11:30am CST

Of Course We Want to See into the Future: Data mining course catalogs
During this session, we will explore leveraging undergraduate course catalog data in creative ways to inform library decisions. We will review the mining of structured course catalog data and discuss inferences that can be drawn from a statistical analysis of our results.

Presenters
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Millicent Weber

Data Science Librarian, Baylor University
New to the profession. My focus is on statistics, data analysis, data science.
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J. Michael Thompson

Director, Collection Dev. & Delivery Srvcs., Baylor University
avatar for Joshua Been

Joshua Been

Director of Data & Digital Scholarship, Baylor University
Provides academic support and outreach in the areas of text analysis, data visualizations, qualitative data analysis, and geospatial research.


Tuesday March 7, 2023 11:30am - 12:15pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

11:45am CST

Keep calm and clear your cache – Best practices from a new eresource librarian
Keep Calm and Clear your cache, let's talk tools and techniques that may help new eResources librarians! This session talks about how a new electronic resources librarian evaluated ERM workflows and mapped the systems and workflows for authentication, discovery, and library management. Create best practices for documentation and streamlined workflows.  

Presenters
avatar for Anu Moorthy

Anu Moorthy

Electronic Resources Librarian, Stanford University
Anu Moorthy is an Electronic Resources Librarian at the Georgia Tech Library. She provides leadership and administers day-to-day operations in electronic resource management by working closely with colleagues in Acquisitions, Cataloging, IT, Collection Development, consortia, and... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 11:45am - 12:00pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

12:00pm CST

10(ish) Questions to Ask and Answer as a New E-Resources Librarian
No two e-resources positions are identical. If you're new to the profession, your position, or to a type of institution, it can be daunting to identify everything you need to know. These ten questions are a place to start understanding how you will be managing e-resources at your institution.

Presenters
avatar for Laura Spradlin

Laura Spradlin

Electronic Resources & Systems Librarian, Illinois Wesleyan University
Laura Spradlin received her bachelor of arts degree in English and French from Illinois Wesleyan University (IWU) in 2010 and completed her master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2012. Prior to joining The Ames Library... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 12:00pm - 12:15pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

12:15pm CST

The Life of an Information Resource, Luncheon with EBSCO
Please complete this RSVP to sign-up for the luncheon.  Adding to your schedule does not guarantee a spot. 

Ensuring equity in research, creating new and modern pathways to information for any user, and having more choice of software applications to best serve users are central to EBSCO’s solutions. In many ways, we look at the life of an information resource; we create ways for users to optimally access, search, choose and use information, and for librarians to enjoy the right software and the best end-to-end workflows for the management and discoverability of
information. To support these efforts, EBSCO focuses on open source, linked data, and an open infrastructure.

At our luncheon, you will learn about EBSCO’s work:
  • Ensuring access to trustworthy and diverse information, and delivering new experiences to users
  • Creating new pathways to information and collection analysis
  • Providing libraries with more choice of software applications to support and enhance librarian workflows
  • Providing libraries with more choice in the procurement, deployment, and management of their library services platform
Join us for an engaging video and discussion over a delicious lunch.

Presenters
avatar for Christopher Holly

Christopher Holly

Director SaaS Innovation, EBSCO
Christopher Holly is a Director of SaaS Innovation at EBSCO and has spent the majority of his library career working with ILS/LSP's. Prior to joining EBSCO, Christopher created a new strategic direction and plan for the Cooperative Computer Services (CCS) library consortium in Illinois... Read More →

Sponsors

Tuesday March 7, 2023 12:15pm - 1:30pm CST
Salon D/E (M3-Upper Level)

12:15pm CST

History Through Their Eyes: Gale Primary Sources, Luncheon with Gale, a Cengage Company
This luncheon is by invitation only. Adding to your schedule does not guarantee a spot. 

First-person narratives reveal authentic voices in a way that official reports often lack. Discover underrepresented perspectives found in Gale’s Women’s Studies Archive, Archives of Sexuality and Gender, Decolonization: Politics and Independence in Former Colonial and Commonwealth Territories, and more. This session will feature specific primary source collections available in these resources as well as tools for exploration. Additionally, we will cover Gale Case Studies as an exciting new way to enrich the teaching and learning of critical social issues through the examination of primary sources.


Presenters
avatar for Sara Tarpley

Sara Tarpley

Director Academic Engagement, Gale
Sara Tarpley, Director, Academic Outreach & Engagement has worked for Gale, Cengage Learning since 2002 and has held a variety of strategic roles in the organization. Her background includes work in the Human Resources, Customer Training, Marketing and Product Management departments... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for Gale, a Cengage Company

Gale, a Cengage Company

Gale, partners with librarians and educators to create positive change and outcomes for researchers and learners. Gale empowers libraries to be active collaborators in the success of their institutions and communities by providing essential content that leads to discovery and knowledge... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 12:15pm - 1:30pm CST
Salon A/B (M3-Upper Level)

1:30pm CST

Everything HeinOnline: Updates, Features, & Benefits
Join Steve Roses on Tuesday, March 7, for an upcoming presentation to learn why over 1,000 U.S. institutions subscribe to HeinOnline. Steve will discuss the value HeinOnline continually adds, such as 130 new journals in the last year alone and our newest topical databases on water rights and employment law. Steve will also highlight new features in HeinOnline, including an interactive taxonomy of more than 1,500 subjects. The presentation will be held from 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm CST, and you can join live in person or virtually. Toward the end of the presentation, Steve will reserve time to answer any questions you may have. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about HeinOnline!

Presenters
avatar for Steve Roses

Steve Roses

Director of Sales, HeinOnline
Steve Roses is the Director of Sales at HeinOnline. Anyone who knows Steve will tell you that he is dedicated to his work, for more than 13 years now, and his family above all else. Steve and his beautiful wife Maria recently celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary together. In... Read More →

Sponsors

Tuesday March 7, 2023 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

1:30pm CST

Fearlessly interim – Best practices for eresource management when the position is vacant
Many libraries struggle to maintain their online resources while trying to fill vacant eresources positions. Let's talk tools and techniques! What are best practices for managing eresources in the interim?  What do new eresources librarians wish the library had done differently? What do they need in their new role?

Presenters
avatar for Laura Turner

Laura Turner

Associate Dean / Dept. Head, University of San Diego
Laura Turner is Copley Library's Associate Dean and Head of Collections, Access, and Discovery at the University of San Diego.  Prior to this appointment, she was the Head of Technical Services at Washington and Lee University in Virginia.  Laura received a B.A. in History from... Read More →
avatar for Cody Hackett

Cody Hackett

Electronic Resources Librarian, Kansas State University
I serve as the Electronic Resources Librarian for Kansas State University Libraries. I am relatively new to my position, previously working at Georgetown University, and the University of Arkansas. My research interests include exploring the role of research libraries in the Research... Read More →
avatar for Katie Thonen

Katie Thonen

Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian, St. Mary's University
I am a new Electronics Resources Librarian. I have been working as a librarian for slightly over 10 years and have worked in all the different types of libraries! I have found a home at St. Mary's University Blume Library as an ERM and have spent the last few months learning, growing... Read More →
avatar for Pam Cipkowski

Pam Cipkowski

Collection Development Librarian, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Hi! I'm the Collection Development Librarian at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse! Lately, though, I've been wearing many hats, including that of Electronic Resources & Acquisitions Librarian, and Streaming Video Magician. Come to our session, "Fearlessly Interim - Best Practices... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

1:30pm CST

Designing a course for open: leveraging tools and resources to embed OER
This panel will discuss how the library can be embedded in the instructional design process and support faculty in diversifying course content while aiming to increase equity. Initiatives like OpenSyllabus, FORRT, AuthorAID, and SRMT have emerged to support faculty and the library with open content and pedagogies. 

Presenters
avatar for Andy Nobes

Andy Nobes

AuthorAID
avatar for Jennifer L. Pate

Jennifer L. Pate

OER and Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of North Alabama
avatar for Daniela Duca

Daniela Duca

Head of Product Innovation, SAGE Publishing
avatar for Joe Karaganis

Joe Karaganis

Director, OpenSyllabus
Joe Karaganis is vice president at The American Assembly, a public policy institute at Columbia University. Karaganis directs projects on digital culture and information policy, with a focus on copyright and access to knowledge. Recent published work in includes Notice and Takedown... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

2:15pm CST

POSTER: Manage Streaming Video Licenses Using Google Workspace
Presenters
avatar for Kalvin Van Gaasbeck

Kalvin Van Gaasbeck

Head of Electronic Resources & Acquistions, Santa Clara University
I'm an earlyish career eResources Librarian with some vendor experience under my belt as well. I'm interested in the intersection of libraries, technology, and information seeking behaviors. I'm interested in all things eResources-related, so let's have a chat! Outside of the library... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:15pm - 2:45pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)

2:15pm CST

POSTER: scite: A smart citation index that displays the context of citations and classifies their intent using deep learning
With millions of papers published every year, information overload is a growing problem in many disciplines. In this session, we detail our journeys dealing with an increasingly unmanageable number of papers published each year and growing reproducibility concerns, and a tool we developed to help us understand research findings in context.

Presenters
avatar for Josh Nicholson

Josh Nicholson

co-founder and CEO, scite
Josh Nicholson is co-founder and CEO of scite.ai, a deep learning platform that evaluates the reliability of scientific claims by citation analysis.Previously, he was founder and CEO of the Winnower (acquired 2016) and CEO of Authorea (acquired 2018 by Wiley), two companies aimed... Read More →
avatar for Sean Rife

Sean Rife

co-founder and Chief Research Officer, Scite, Inc.


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:15pm - 2:45pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)

2:15pm CST

POSTER: Are those download numbers inflated? How to better understand end-user behavior using multiple COUNTER 5 metrics
Using Tableau visualizations from a multi-year analysis of COUNTER 5 data, this poster will emphasize why an over-reliance on the "item request" metric can skew perceptions of end-user behavior. It will show why COUNTER's investigation and search metrics can provide a clearer insight on how patrons discover and access e-resources. 

Presenters
avatar for Simon Robins

Simon Robins

Coordinator of Electronic Resources & Discovery, University of Dayton
Simon manages all aspects of the life cycle of electronic resources at the University of Dayton to help ensure that non-print items purchased by the University Libraries are discoverable and accessible to all students, faculty, and staff. His work includes cataloging/metadata, maintaining... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:15pm - 2:45pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)

2:15pm CST

POSTER: Assessing Opt-In Rates for Transformative Agreements: An Analysis of Two Pilots
We analyze uptake of APC waivers for two pilot transformative agreements with large publishers at a large public university, including uptake across author status and discipline. We also examine publications that were not originally identified as eligible for the agreement by the publishers to identify the reasons for their absence.

Presenters
avatar for Daniel G. Tracy

Daniel G. Tracy

Head, Scholarly Communication and Publishing, University of Illinois Library
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Elizabeth Budd

Graduate Assistant, Main Library, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:15pm - 2:45pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)

2:15pm CST

POSTER: On second thought: Reevaluating the University of Toronto’s pandemic-driven OverDrive acquisitions in a post-library closure world
The University of Toronto began a 3 year agreement with OverDrive in 2020 to accommodate limited access to print titles during pandemic closures. This poster presents a case study of how our “pandemic-driven” OverDrive acquisition strategy was re-considered and invited new collection development strategies (audiobooks!) and partnerships within the university.

Presenters
avatar for Erin Calhoun

Erin Calhoun

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Toronto Libraries
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Lindsay Gibb

Collection Development Librarian, University of Toronto Scarborough


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:15pm - 2:45pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)

2:15pm CST

POSTER: A Furry Brown Bear Sits in the Snow, Its Fur Speckled with White: Audio Description in the Wild
How can we show our faculty and students that accessibility is important to us? This poster will put forth our challenges and solutions when the need for audio description in our streaming films led us to identify platforms that will assist libraries with this request.

Presenters
avatar for Kelly Denzer

Kelly Denzer

Collections Strategist and Discovery Librarian, Davidson College
Kelly is the Collections Strategist at Davidson College, Davidson, NC, where she manages electronic resources and works with collection development, assessment, and evaluation of print and electronic resources. She collaborates on collection curation and promotion with library colleagues... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:15pm - 2:45pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)

2:15pm CST

Break with Exhibitors
Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:15pm - 2:45pm CST
Zlotnik Ballroom (Lower Level)
  Exhibit Hall

2:45pm CST

Upon request: How to get the most out of your database investment through vendor-led training
Academic libraries spend millions on databases. Good training impacts the ROI of these purchases. Vendors are expected to provide database training upon request. But one-size-fits-all training models are unideal, especially for librarians. Libraries can support vendors by identifying/communicating specific training needs. Follow one academic library's journey to improve vendor-led training.

Presenters
avatar for Mary Ann James

Mary Ann James

Electronic Resources Manager, Marriott Library, University of Utah
Mary Ann has worked in academic and public libraries for over 25 years, most of that time in Collection Development. She currently manages electronic resources at the J. Willard Marriott Library which includes databases, ejournals, ebooks and media streaming databases.
avatar for Ambra Gagliardi

Ambra Gagliardi

Collection Development Librarian, University of Utah
J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:45pm - 3:00pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

2:45pm CST

How to Future-Proof Your Remote Access, a Sponsored Session with OpenAthens
Richard & James will discuss how you can future proof your remote access with user experience in mind. They will help you to understand the different types of authentication and explore how OpenAthens delivers a complete solution for access to resources.

Presenters
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Richard French

Product Manager, OpenAthens
avatar for James Edwards

James Edwards

OpenAthens
I have been working in the library industry now for 7 years, and the amount there is to learn is fascinating. I really enjoy helping librarians get to understand the complexities of authentication and to make it simple and pain-free for them. When not working I enjoy watersports... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for OpenAthens

OpenAthens

Remote access made simple.We make accessing knowledge through a single sign-on easy.We help more than 2,600 organizations with 5 million users in over 65 countries have access to the knowledge they want when they want it. We ensure access to resources and authentication are managed... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:45pm - 3:30pm CST
Salon A/B (M3-Upper Level)

2:45pm CST

S'more skills for everyone: Addressing scale and access in negotiation education by developing an OER.
Learn about a multi-institutional project developing open educational resources (OER) to equip academic library workers with negotiation skills within the context of academic libraries work with third party vendors. Presenters will share project learnings thus far providing insights regarding e-resource negotiations and resources to aid participants in their own negotiations.

Presenters
avatar for Courtney Fuson

Courtney Fuson

Asset Management Librarian, Belmont University
As the Asset Management Librarian and subject liaison to the College of Education, I manage the library's physical and electronic collections (from purchasing to deselection) and work closely with the College of Education faculty to ensure that the library's services and collection... Read More →
avatar for Katharine V. Macy

Katharine V. Macy

Collection Assessment Librarian, IUPUI
avatar for Scarlet Galvan

Scarlet Galvan

Collection Strategist, Grand Valley State University
In addition to her work with GVSU, Scarlet is also the Visiting Program Officer for Negotiations for the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC). Her research focuses on library services platforms and scholarly communications.


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:45pm - 3:30pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

2:45pm CST

Invisible Threat, Cybercrime and the Library
Recent research suggests that cyberattacks in higher education are on the rise while libraries' competency in addressing cybersecurity is mixed. Join our panel of one publisher, one vendor, and one librarian as we discuss practical strategies and best practices for libraries to better protect themselves from increasing threats of cybercrime.

Presenters
avatar for Don Hamparian

Don Hamparian

Senior Product Manager | End User - Discovery, OCLC
Don Hamparian manages EZproxy and identity management at OCLC. He is responsible for product strategy and direction for products and software that protect and provide access to OCLC’s services. With a degree in industrial engineering from The Ohio State University and several years... Read More →
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Matthew Ragucci

Director of Product Marketing, Wiley
I am Wiley's resident librarian and provide insight on metadata sharing strategies for optimizing its electronic resources for discovery, access, and usage. This includes working closely with librarians and library solutions providers alike to get the tools they need to help the end-user... Read More →
avatar for David W. Green

David W. Green

Library Systems Analyst, State Library of Ohio
David W. Green is a Library Systems Analyst for the State Library of Ohio. He holds an MA in English from Ohio University and an MLIS from the University of Tennessee. His interests include Python programming, APIs, automation, and generally integrating technology into the library... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 2:45pm - 3:30pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

3:00pm CST

The Progress and Expansion of Subscribe to Open (S2O) and an Introduction to the Recently Acquired, Charleston Advisor - Sponsored Session from Annual Reviews
In this session, we’ll provide a brief history of the development and launch of the Subscribe to Open (S2O) open access funding model. We’ll highlight the impact that the program has had thus far. We’ll then provide an update on the progress of the expansion of the model to all review journals in 2023. We’ll also touch on the general reception and support the model has received thus far. Finally, we’ll provide a brief introduction and details about The Charleston Advisor, a well-known publication that we recently acquired, which provides product reviews of web-based resources for the library market.

Presenters
avatar for Keith Layson

Keith Layson

Senior Sales Manager, Annual Reviews
I'm a senior site-license sales manager at Annual Reviews. I live and work in the PNW in a Navy town called Bremerton with my partner Steph and my dog Bill (corgi-mix). I love to hike, kayak, swim, and spending time in the great outdoors.I manage sales in the Americas and Australasia... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for Annual Reviews

Annual Reviews

Annual Reviews
For 85 years, Annual Reviews has been dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society. Our journal collections support academics and students of all levels, and increase the discovery and understanding of vital research contributions... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 3:00pm - 3:15pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

3:45pm CST

Value-based product development: shared funding, users and needs analysis models for interoperable library data projects
Libraries are increasingly driven to collaborate on infrastructure projects to share data across platforms and technologies. Stakeholders from ReShare, FOLIO, LDP, and CCLP, are building opportunities for cross-project collaboration to exchange data, needs analyses, strategy, and to support sustainability while being driven by a set of shared principles and values.

Presenters
avatar for Allen Jones

Allen Jones

Director of Digital Libraries & Technical Services, The New School Libraries
avatar for Kirsten Leonard

Kirsten Leonard

Executive Director, PALNI
Kirsten Leonard is the Executive Director of the Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (PALNI) in Indianapolis, Indiana.  She oversees fourteen full and part-time staff and coordinators who are working to support innovation and collaboration. Kirsten holds an MLIS from Wayne... Read More →
avatar for Boaz Nadav Manes

Boaz Nadav Manes

University Librarian, Lehigh University
Boaz Nadav-Manes is Lehigh University Librarian. He develops services, programs and activities with campus and community partners that lead to the success of students, faculty, staff, and broader community members. In addition, Boaz provides leadership and overall direction to the... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 3:45pm - 4:30pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

3:45pm CST

Journals in Flux: The Evolving Role of LIS Publishing
While library practitioners are constantly acquiring skills and knowledge, the ways we share that knowledge are in flux. Whether it's the shift from a page budget to an article economy, or the move from paywall to OA, LIS publications are reimagining themselves and their role in the scholarly community.

Presenters
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Michael Fernandez

Electronic Resources Acquisition Librarian, Yale University
avatar for Courtney McAllister

Courtney McAllister

Solution Architect, Atypon
NASIG President (2023-24) | Solution Architect | Associate Editor of The Serials Librarian and Serials Review | Author of Change Management for Library Technologists: A LITA Guide 


Tuesday March 7, 2023 3:45pm - 4:30pm CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

3:45pm CST

Subscribe to Open: The Challenges and Successes of an Innovative Model for Open Access, a Sponsored Session with University of Toronto Press
This session will focus on the Subscribe to Open (S2O) model as a way to achieve open access. S2O is an equitable, innovative and pragmatic model that works within the existing subscription procurement infrastructure. As a unique model that does not rely on APCs, S2O strives to achieve equity in access to publishing for all authors, regardless of research funding available.

The session will feature presentations from two non-profit publishers and one non-profit aggregator using the S2O model as well as a library that supports the model. The panelists will share learnings and successes from their use and implementation of S2O, including the rationale for selecting S2O among the plethora of OA models available. Annual Reviews is the first publisher to pilot S2O in 2020 and has extended the model to all of their journals for 2023. Annual Reviews will discuss its experience flipping an entire publisher’s portfolio using the S2O model. University of Toronto Press will share the perspective of a university press program in applying the S2O model to a journal launch. Project MUSE will discuss its plans to implement S2O to support open access across multiple journals. Columbia University Library will present its experience in supporting various models of OA, with particular focus on the S2O model and its benefits for libraries.

Presenters will share with the community some of the benefits and challenges of S2O from the perspective of publishers, aggregators, and libraries.

Presenters
avatar for Andrea Lopez

Andrea Lopez

Director of Sales, Partnerships, & Initiatives, Annual Reviews
Andrea Lopez is the Director of Sales, Partnerships & Initiatives at Annual Reviews where she is responsible for the sales and distribution of Annual Reviews journals. She has over 25 years of experience in academic publishing sales. She joined Annual Reviews in 1999 to manage the... Read More →
avatar for Sandra Shaw

Sandra Shaw

Editorial and Production Manager, University of Toronto Press
Sandra Shaw is the Editorial and Production Manager for Journals at the University of Toronto Press. Sandra has worked in publishing for over 20 years and has been with UTP for over 3 years. Her team supports the publication of 50 scholarly journals, including a number of open access... Read More →
avatar for Wendy Queen

Wendy Queen

Director, Johns Hopkins University (Press)
Wendy Queen is the Director of Project MUSE. Wendy was the Manager of Publishing Technologies at JHUP during the time when Project MUSE grew to become a leading provider of digital humanities and social sciences content. In addition to her work at MUSE, she also serves on the COUNTER... Read More →
avatar for Katherine Brooks

Katherine Brooks

Collection Analysis Librarian, Columbia University
Katherine Brooks is a Collection Analysis Librarian at Columbia University. She has worked at academic institutions for over 14 years, first as an evolutionary biologist and college instructor, and currently as a science librarian and collections analyst. In her role in the Columbia... Read More →
avatar for Antonia Pop

Antonia Pop

Vice President of Publishing, University of Toronto Press
Antonia Pop (Moderator) is Vice President of Publishing at University of Toronto Press (UTP). Antonia has been working in scholarly publishing for more than a decade. In her role at UTP, Antonia works closely with a team of talented publishing professionals to develop and implement... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for University of Toronto Press

University of Toronto Press

Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press (UTP) is one of the largest university presses in North America. UTP publishes 47 scholarly journals and approximately 180 new scholarly, course, and general interest books per year. UTP’s reputation for excellence stems from the publication... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 3:45pm - 4:30pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

4:45pm CST

Climbing Together: How to Utilize Community of Practice and Ladder of Inference Frameworks for a Successful Team
This panel discusses how our electronic resource team focused on collaboration to improve communication and workflow development. By using these frameworks, we expanded our understanding of how to solve problems and how to support our coworkers during times of change - i.e., all the time! 

Presenters
avatar for Lisa  Martincik  [she / they]

Lisa Martincik [she / they]

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries
I deal mostly but not exclusively with streaming video and licensing at an academic library. I also buy comic books.
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Jen Provorse

Interim Director, Acquisitions, University of Iowa Libraries
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Julie Gaida

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries


Tuesday March 7, 2023 4:45pm - 5:00pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

4:45pm CST

Jeopardy ER&L Edition: Vendor, Publisher, or Librarian...Who Knows Electronic Resources the Best?
Which topic will trip up the vendor? How much does the publisher really know? What answer is lost to the librarian? Come watch colleagues battle it out to see who knows the most about managing electronic resources in the digital world.

Presenters
avatar for Karen Spence

Karen Spence

Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Washington Libraries
avatar for Arta Kabashi

Arta Kabashi

Sr. Product Solutions Manager, Digital Science
Arta currently works as the Sr. Product Manger for Dimensions and Altmetric with focus on the academic market. She worked most recently for Taylor and Francis Information Group, where she worked as a Senior Strategic Account Manager for the academic market where she specialized in... Read More →
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Megan Drake

Academic Sales Director, Statista
avatar for Carol Seiler

Carol Seiler

Account Services Manager, EBSCO Information Services
Carol Seiler started her career in libraries as a cataloger and has worked in almost all areas of the library. She has primarily worked as an academic/medical librarian but has also served at a public library and as a technical services trainer with a consortium. Carol has been with... Read More →
avatar for Steve Shadle

Steve Shadle

Head, Serials Cataloging, University of Washington Libraries
Steve plans, organizes, and directs the work of the Serials Cataloging Unit at the UW Libraries. His background in serial standards began with his work as an ISSN Cataloger at the Library of Congress and currently serves as the coordinator of the CONSER Open Access Journals project... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 4:45pm - 5:30pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

5:00pm CST

All in This Together: Team collaboration improves services, expands outreach, and demonstrates value at the Texas Medical Center Library.
Library departments are often described as being "siloed" by virtue of the different work they perform at their institutions, but both support end-user success in learning and research. By realizing their interdependencies, reference and resource management departments can build solidarity and help one another better fulfill their service roles. 

Presenters
avatar for Joanne Romano

Joanne Romano

Head of Resource Management/Discovery Services, Texas Medical Center Library
Networking with library colleagues and discussing service challenges, along with potential solutions, is a benefit I’ve gained at every ER&L conference I've attended. It is crucial for resource management teams to demonstrate to key stakeholders, the value of the library’s collection... Read More →


Tuesday March 7, 2023 5:00pm - 5:15pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

5:15pm CST

Living in a Post-Migration World: Using LibWizard to help Manage Electronic Resources in Alma/PrimoVE
Making electronic resources available to users can be challenging when multiple services are being incorporated.  After migration to Alma, our library had to create new ways for a few of our services to be made available to our users. LibWizard helped us achieve that.

Presenters
avatar for Megan M. Ruenz

Megan M. Ruenz

E-Resources Librarian, Wheaton College


Tuesday March 7, 2023 5:15pm - 5:30pm CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)
 
Wednesday, March 8
 

7:00am CST

ER&L Fun Run/Walk
Join your colleagues and friends on a casual (or competitive, if that’s your way) morning run or walk through UT Campus.  This 5K (3.1 miles) or 2.4 miles with a shortcut starts at the AT&T Center, heads through part of the campus and around the stadium, then back to the starting point.

Meet at 7:00 am by the lower lobby entrance of the AT&T Center. See the course map below.

---Begin directions---

Start in front of AT&T Center lower lobby entrance

Left/North from AT&T Center, to 21st St

Right/East to Speedway

Left/North on Speedway to Dean Keeton St

Right/East to Robert Dedman Dr

Right/South to E. 20th St

Right/West to San Jacinto

Right/North to Dean Keeton

Left/West to Speedway

Left/South back to 21st

Right/West to University

Left/South to AT&T Center

---END Directions---



Wednesday March 8, 2023 7:00am - 8:00am CST
AT&T Hotel and Conference Center
  Misc

7:00am CST

Breakfast
2 -3 hot breakfast items on daily rotation - eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, crepes, etc.
Steel Cut Oatmeal with toppings
Granola & yogurt with toppings
Whole and cut fruit
Muffins, Tea Bread
Selection of juices, coffee, and tea

Vegetarian and Gluten-Free items will be available

One Twenty 5 Cafe is located on the lobby level and offers additional food items for purchase.

Wednesday March 8, 2023 7:00am - 9:00am CST
Tejas Dining Room (M2-Ground Level)
  Misc, Meals

7:00am CST

Registration Open
Wednesday March 8, 2023 7:00am - 1:00pm CST
M2 Lobby (Ground Level)
  Misc, Registration Desk

9:00am CST

Transformative Agreements Nitty Gritty: Why should you establish these agreements at your library?
Presenter discusses implementation of CUP Transformative Agreement and lesson learned at FGCU library regarding cost savings and empowerment of faculty. Attendees learn what a library should do before and after establishing a Transformative Agreement and what specific measures should be taken to educate faculty regarding scholarly Open Access Publishing.

Presenters
avatar for Anjana H Bhatt

Anjana H Bhatt

Electronic Resources Librarian, Florida Gulf Coast University
E-Resources and libraries


Wednesday March 8, 2023 9:00am - 9:45am CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

9:00am CST

Measuring ROI on shared e-book purchases
This presentation will examine the cost and use of Oxford University Press ebooks in two consortia to determine the return on investment of consortial ebook purchasing for different library types and the variables that impact it. Attendees will learn how publishers approach pricing and how both benefit from consortial agreements.

Presenters
avatar for Kathi Fountain

Kathi Fountain

Regional Sales Manager, Academic, Oxford University Press
As an Oxford Regional Sales Manager, I work with my team to pursue collaborations with librarians, discuss Read & Publish agreements, and serve as the "voice of the customer" within OUP. Happy to discuss any and all library interests with Western US and Canadian librarians.
avatar for Amy Fry

Amy Fry

Electronic Resources Management Librarian, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ebooks, usage statistics


Wednesday March 8, 2023 9:00am - 9:45am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

10:00am CST

Shifting Gears: Changing the budget model
The UK Libraries has faced the same challenges that other libraries have had on recent years. These have included the sudden shift to online and streaming resources during the pandemic, budget reductions, and addressing DEI needs both immediate and systemic. In order to address these needs, the UK Libraries has changed its budget model and philosophical approach to managing the budget.

Presenters
avatar for Kate Seago

Kate Seago

Director of Acquisitions, University of Kentucky Libraries
University of Kentucky has been a Alma/Primo site since 2016. UK Libraries is looking at developing collection strategies to support the mission of University and better use all of our resources. This is including a review of our budget, current resources and identified users needs... Read More →


Wednesday March 8, 2023 10:00am - 10:15am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

10:00am CST

Creating a FOLIO training plan for staff before implementing the new Library Managment System
FOLIO is an open source library software project created through a collaboration of libraries, developers and vendors. Stanford will be implementing FOLIO in August 2023. We have been creating a training plan for a smooth transition so staff will know what's expected of them and feel ownership of change

Presenters
avatar for Yael Hod

Yael Hod

E-Resources Metadata Analyst and Project Librarian, Stanford Libraries


Wednesday March 8, 2023 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)

10:00am CST

Perspectives on Open Access in the Humanities: Exposing the challenges in transitioning to Open from a variety of viewpoints
Open Research models frequently focus on Medical and STEM content, overlooking HSS. This session exposes some of the unique challenges in supporting Open Access across HSS disciplines and proposes ways publishers and libraries can work collaboratively to better serve these research communities in sustainably opening their work.

Presenters
avatar for Michael Levine-Clark

Michael Levine-Clark

Dean of Libraries, University of Denver
avatar for Seth Russell

Seth Russell

Open Research Business Development Manager, Taylor & Francis
Interested in collaborating with academic institutions on ways to support and promote Open Research 
avatar for John McDonald

John McDonald

Director of SaaS Innovation, EBSCO Information Services


Wednesday March 8, 2023 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Room 103 (M1-Lower Level)

10:15am CST

Prospects, Challenges and success of DDA and EBA adoption at Zayed University Library, Dubai
Zayed University Library adopted demand-driven acquisitions (DDA) and Evidence-based models for its e-book collection development. The number of records generated, the high chance of duplicate acquisition, implementation of discoverability posed challenges for the library technical services librarians. This session looks into the workflows necessitated and the strategies adopted to detect and fix the problems.

Presenters
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Mary Jean Bernabe

Zayed University, Dubai
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Muneer Abu Baker

Zayed University, Dubai
avatar for Nikesh Narayanan

Nikesh Narayanan

Asst. Professor (Information Technology Librarian), Zayed University
Nikesh is a highly skilled Information Technology Librarian currently serving at Zayed University in Dubai. He is a specialist in library systems, including Web-scale Discovery solutions, LSP/ILS implementations, remote access, repositories, and Institutional ORCID API implementations... Read More →


Wednesday March 8, 2023 10:15am - 10:30am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

10:30am CST

The Evolution of Digital Selection Methodology for the Humanities and Architecture
Over the past couple of years and post-Covid, UNLV Libraries has noticed an evolution in the preference for digital collections and formats for Humanities and Architecture students and faculty.  This short-talk will address this change in format preference and discuss the methodologies for selecting digital content. 

Presenters
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Cory Tucker

Head, Collections, ILL and Acquisitions, UNLV
Cory Tucker is the Head of Continuing Resources & Collections at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries. The Continuing Resources & Collections Department is responsible for acquisition, licensing, access and maintenance of electronic resources; collection assessment, budgeting... Read More →
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Richard Saladino

Art, Architecture & Design Librarian, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)
Richard has a BA and MA from Chapman University (CU) in Orange CA, and most recently a MSIS in Archival Studies at the University of North Texas (UNT). Richard has both formal and informal art training, which he continues to develop with research and daily practice. Richard, a member... Read More →


Wednesday March 8, 2023 10:30am - 10:45am CST
Room 204 (M2-Ground Level)

11:00am CST

Leveraging Technology for Inclusive Libraries: An Exploration of Identity Literacy
Join us as we delve into the ways in which technology can be used to create more inclusive and equitable libraries. Our keynote speaker will present their research on the informational needs and access barriers faced by LGBTQIA+ students in academic libraries, and demonstrate how the concept of identity literacy can inform the development of technology tools that support diversity, equity, and inclusion in library and information science. This talk will challenge us to think about the role of technology in promoting social justice and foster a deeper understanding of the power of technology to break down barriers and build more inclusive and equitable libraries.

Presenters
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Michael Brown

Ph.D. Student, Clemson University
Michael was a 2022 Graduate student at the University of South Carolina majoring in library and information science, as well as a certification in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in information systems. Michael has recently become a PhD student at Clemson University. While there... Read More →


Wednesday March 8, 2023 11:00am - 12:00pm CST
Salon C (M3-Upper Level)
 
Thursday, March 9
 

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: A 'significant partnership': Supporting a new hospital partnership with electronic resource access
This session will be available for attendees to watch on-demand at the start of the conference.
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

When UK HealthCare entered into partnership with a secondary hospital system, the Libraries were asked to support additional resources for the hospital. This talk highlights the considerations of supporting this partnership, including the process of moving from EZProxy to OpenAthens, negotiating new licenses, and figuring out how to provide support.

Presenters
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Jennifer Montavon-Green

Electronic Resources and Reference Librarian
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Jason Griffith

Systems Librarian, University of Kentucky


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: ConsortiaManager as an Emerging Library Technology: A Dual Perspective in the Canadian Consortial Landscape
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Consortia are required to efficiently share information with members, manage renewals, new acquisitions, and invoicing. They may not have the IT capacity to fully support custom-built solutions. This session covers the migrations of two Canadian academic consortia to ConsortiaManager, a software-as-a-service ERMS, covering rationales, success and challenges, and future plans.

Presenters
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Michelle Ng

eResources Services & Support Associate, Ontario Colleges Library Service (OCLS)
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Reba Ouimet

Licensing Librarian, BC Electronic Library Network


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Evidence-based acquisition (EBA): Implementing multiple, concurrent plans
This session will be available for attendees to watch on-demand at the start of the conference.
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

This session will focus on the respective adoption of multiple EBA plans by two large R1 universities, the advantages and disadvantages of such implementations, and the long-term implications for technical services and collection development. The presenters will focus on best practices, challenges, and considerations of the EBA model.

Presenters
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Christopher Palazzolo

Head of Collections, Emory University, Emory University, Woodruff Library
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Sunshine Carter

Director, Collection Strategy & eRes Management, University of Minnesota Libraries
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Angie Ohler

AUL for Collections and Content Strategy, University of Minnesota


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Flipping the Switch: Changing Media Paradigms in Challenging Times
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

The presentation will discuss how an academic library shifted from mostly physical media formats to exclusively streaming online during the pandemic. It will cover challenges and strategies for adapting to change in a world dominated by streaming and digital site licenses. Several media vendors will be reviewed and considered.

Presenters
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David Hellman

Collection Development Coordinator, San Francisco State University
David Hellman is the Collection Development Coordinator and an Associate Librarian at San Francisco State University. He has held previous positions at Santa Clara University, New York University and the Brooklyn Public Library. David has presented at several conferences including... Read More →


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Hidden Work: Tracking and Assessing Electronic Resources and Tech Services Issues in a Small Academic Library
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

While E-resource and Technical Services Librarians spend a great deal of time troubleshooting technical problems, this work is often not reflected well in annual reporting and assessment. A form based system can be used to both track these kinds of problems and highlight the time and effort spent working on them.

Presenters
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Jody Hanshew

Systems and Electronic Resources Librarian, Emory & Henry College
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Rebecca Grantham

Technical Services Librarian, Emory & Henry College


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Keep track of serials holdings changes
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Accurate holdings information for electronic journals is essential. This presentation describes the serials projects to cancel journals, evaluate big-deal packages and free up space. Various tools used to Identify titles with perpetual access, manage transfer titles, titles changes, prepare journal backfiles list, and select open access titles will be discussed.

Presenters
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Jia Mi

Electronic Resources/Serials Librarian, The College of New Jersey


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Maintaining Administrator Logins: A Two Year Journey and We’re Not Done Yet
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Maintaing administrator logins is important to ERM and many libraries have administrator logins in different account management systems, various spreadsheets, or have outdated information. Adding administrator login and vendor platform verification to the annual lifecycle checklist will assist in maintaining resource continuity, access, and prevent administrative headaches.

Presenters
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Kaci Resau

Electronic Resources Manager, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Migration Wins and Woes
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Our library is a R2 level academic library in 26 library academic consortia. In 2017, the consortia migrated from Voyager, a library integrated system, to ALMA a library services platform.Due to various circumstances, this left the catalog cluttered with access, linking, and maintenence issues. This presentation will go over these issues and present the 3 phase plan we used to address our catalog issues and clean up our catalog!

Presenters
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Christin Collins

Resource Management and Discovery Librarian, Kennesaw State University


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Overcoming Challenges of Licensing Business Data
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Licensing business data can be challenging since providers can be much more protective of their content and are less familiar with academic needs. This presentation covers the basics of reviewing business data licenses including examples of potential problematic terms, terms to try to include, and tips on negotiating the license.

Presenters
avatar for Breezy Silver

Breezy Silver

Interim Director and Collections Coordinator, Gast Business Library, Michigan State University


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Putting Puzzles Together: Using Asana to Streamline Our ERM Workflow
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Join us at Towson University to see how we adopt a project management software, Asana, to streamline our ERM workflow, organize ERM projects, manage troubleshooting processes, and promote open communication. In this session, we will share our experience using Asana and discuss our opportunities and goals for the future.

Presenters
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Hong Li

Electronic Resources and Discovery Librarian, Towson University
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Suphitha Mook Phawapoothanon

Library Associate, Towson University


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Starting an Accessibility Documentation Collection: One Library's Strategy for Gathering and Encouraging Vendor Accessibility
USU Libraries began a project to collect accessibility documentation from e-resource vendors for assessing our collection's baseline level of accessibility. This presentation will provide an overview of one approach to gathering  accessibility documentation with a custom ERM solution, discuss strategies for encouraging vendors to become accessible, and explore next steps.

Presenters
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Jason Folkman

Electronic Resources Librarian, Utah State University
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Carmen Jacome

Electronic Resources Assistant, Utah State University


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Streaming Video Management in Academic Libraries
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

This session will discuss the results of a survey on commonalities in streaming video acquisitions at academic libraries in the United States, and how those results can be interpreted and applied to the management of streaming videos at academic libraries.

Presenters
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Cathy Austin

Interim Director for Resource Management, Mississippi State University


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Streamlining Streaming Video: Centralized Workflows with Trello
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Streaming video renewals present a challenge for librarians, because licenses vary in length and start/end throughout the year. To centralize the process, we use the workflow management tool Trello to track purchase requests, payment, cataloging, usage and renewal inquiry, and communication with selectors and other departments, including course reserve notifications.

Presenters
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Danielle Adamowitz

Metrics & Assessment Librarian, Villanova University
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Jesse Flavin

Electronic Resources Librarian, Villanova University
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Lia Chaleva

Acquisitions and Licensing Librarian, Villanova University


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Sustainable Open Access Publishing: A New Model For Humanities Monographs from University Presses
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

When publishers converted licensed ebooks to OA on JSTOR, usage increased by 3,279%. While the demand is high for open access monographs, achieving sustainability and scalability for OA publishing is complex. In this session, you'll hear from partners who worked together to develop a new initiative for OA monograph publishing. Learn more and join us on the path to open at about.jstor.org/path-to-open/

Presenters
avatar for John Lenahan

John Lenahan

VP, Published Content, JSTOR
Supporting the publishing and discovery of academic content.  I am interested in supporting cost effective ways to publish academic content, support publisher needs and to help libraries get to the content important to them at the lowest possible cost.
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Alison Bradley

Director of Strategic Initiatives, Partnership for Academic Library Collaboration and Innovation
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John Sherer

Director, Univ of North Carolina Press


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: The Task at hand: Using the Alma Electronic Resource Activation Task List to manage ERM workflows.
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

After migrating to Alma, our Collections & Discovery Department wanted a more streamlined approach for managing electronic resource workflows between its departments. Through collaboration, many discussions and lots of trial and error, we adapted the E-Resource Activation Task List to work for most aspects of electronic resource management within Alma.

Presenters
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Laurel Baker

Specialist, Library Discovery and E-Resources, University of Nevada, Reno


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Transferred Journals 2.0: Further Adaptions of a Library Workflow
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Transferred Journals are a challenge for libraries to monitor proactively. Questions remain around what happens with perpetual access titles and Open Access titles that have been transferred. This presentation will demonstrate how {university} has further developed their transferred journal workflow to accommodate these additional questions and issues.

Presenters
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Christine Davidian

Electronic Resources & Serials Librarian, Rowan University
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Jennifer K Matthews

Collection Strategy Librarian, Rowan University


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

10:00am CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Wait, Didn't We Pay for That? Taking Control of Your E-Resource Entitlements
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Libraries often cede the entitlement tracking of e-resource packages to vendors, relying on vendor supplied title lists and holdings. This can complicate maintaining access when titles transfer or are dropped from packages and when claiming perpetual access rights. This presentation will provide strategies for wresting control of licensed content.

Presenters
avatar for Elisa Nascimento

Elisa Nascimento

E-Content Management Librarian, Yale University Library
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Michael Fernandez

Electronic Resources Acquisition Librarian, Yale University


Thursday March 9, 2023 10:00am - 11:30am CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: A Scoping Review of Collection Development Practices and Policies within Academic Health Sciences Libraries
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Collection Development (CD) is a cornerstone of library services. Technological advancements affect the efficacy of any library collection, but this is especially true for health information. Users of health resources require access to the latest scholarship. This scoping review examines how librarians manage collections within academic health sciences.

Scoping Review Contributors: 
  • Lauren Tong, MLIS, MSHCI, NDTR, University of Arkansas for Medical Science, Little Rock
  • Amanda Pizzollo, Amherst College
  • Susan Steelman, University of Arkansas for Medical Science, Little Rock

Presenters
avatar for Logan Whittington

Logan Whittington

Resource Management Librarian, UAMS - Library


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Anticipating Needs: Proactive Preparation for Program Reaccreditation
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Annually the library works with departments to prepare for reaccreditation. In the past we waited for programs to contact us with the information they needed, usually on a tight deadline. To improve our response, the library gathered accreditation requirements and created a schedule to plan information gathering and dissemination.

Presenters
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Kathie Mason

Collections Librarian, Eastern Michigan University
Kathie Mason is the Collections Librarian at Eastern Michigan University. She previously served as Digital Resources Librarian at Central Michigan University and before that oversaw the interlibrary loan and document delivery department at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia... Read More →


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Efficient data preparation for ongoing collection review
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Data preparation can monopolize project time and limit libraries' capacity for ongoing collection management programs. Hear how a mid-sized academic library improved data preparation efficiency for a print collection review cycle by developing a dashboard to collection, clean, and present data in Alma's Oracle Analytics and Data Visualization integrations.

Presenters
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Sidonie Devarenne

Collection Management and Assessment Librarian, Western Washington University


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Finding LC class data with ISBN: Intro to Python and API
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Collection-centered data for ebook use assessment have varied descriptive metadata. COUNTER allows consistency across vendor platforms, but is limited to providing ISBNs. This session introduces a Python script to fill in Library of Congress classification data so that collection assessment by subject matter is possible.

Presenters
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Selena Chau

UCSB Library, University of California, Santa Barbara
I'm interested in collection assessment, cooperative collection strategies across a consortium, and academic library-friendly options for licensing streaming media that provides a diverse offering of films.


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Liaising through Numbers: Implementing a Transparent and Sustainable E-resource Assessment Plan
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

This presentation will provide a guide for implementing a sustainable, systematic assessment plan for electronic resources. By providing a necessities checklist and a list of questions to consider when creating any collection assessment plan, this will act as a low-barrier entry point for this complicated process and its results.

Presenters
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Taylor Ralph

Collection Assessment Librarian, Oregon State University


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: What's it worth? Calculating collection ROI using a multifaceted approach
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

As budgets shrank and database subscription costs grew, we became more strategic with subscription management. We developed a multifaceted approach to analyze collection usage, including charting usage over time, calculating cost per use, and tracking course integration. This data is packaged in an executive summary for leadership, including data-driven recommendations.

Presenters
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Kira Heske

Senior Manager, Learning Support, University of Arizona Global Campus
As the Senior Manager of the Learning Support team, Kira oversees the Library, Writing Center, and Tutoring supports provided to the University of Arizona Global Campus community. She is passionate about leading a team of librarians and writing consultants dedicated to ensuring students... Read More →
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Kristin White

Student Success Specialist, University of Arizona Global Campus


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: A campfire story: eResources management as a team
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

In early 2020, we gathered our eResources documentation together on a secure wiki and committed to updating & standardizing. Since then, these documents have helped train new members, manage work, iterate and improve processes. There was other stuff too, but shared documentation is at the core of our current success.

Presenters
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Jaclyn McLean

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Saskatchewan


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Intentional Onboarding: Perspectives from a New Middle Manager
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Onboarding is an important part of the hiring process that can benefit both the new staff member and the institution. Hear from a new middle manager about creating a tailored and collaborative plan and schedule with the goal of successfully onboarding a new staff member and supporting them throughout the process.

Presenters
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Sherise Kimura

Head of Electronic Resources & Systems, University of San Francisco


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: The Electronic Resources Librarian Survival Backpack: Tools for Librarians New to Navigating the E-Resources Management Wilderness
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Whether you are brand new to e-resources management or are transitioning to a new e-resources position, adapting to a new role or organization can be daunting.  Join us as we open our E-Resources Survival Backpack to learn about tools available to help new e-resources librarians find information, support, and resources.

Presenters
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Eve Stano

Collections Dev. & Electronic Resources Librarian, Ball State University
Eve Stano is the Collections Development and Electronic Resources Librarian at Ball State University in Indiana. She spent several years in public libraries furthering an interest in collection development before transitioning to academic libraries. She has been a book reviewer and... Read More →
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Holly Miller

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Southern Miss Libraries
Holly earned a B.S. in Chemistry and Biology from Bloomsburg University, a PhD in Biochemistry from Wake Forest University, and a MLIS from Syracuse University. She has worked in libraries at Rockefeller University, Marine Biological Laboratory, Florida Institute of Technology and... Read More →
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Kirstie Genzel

Electronic Resources and Digital Publishing Librarian, California State University, Los Angeles
Kirstie Genzel is the Electronic Resources and Digital Publishing Librarian at California State University Los Angeles. She provides leadership in the organization and access to the library’s extensive electronic resource collections, as well as in the support and advancement of... Read More →


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Licenses as Liaison: Reviewing Licenses as a Service
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Licenses for resources are not just for libraries. Colleges and departments on campus also license their own content. This presentation will cover how the library can provide a service to review licenses for college data purchases and become further embedded with their faculty.

Presenters
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Breezy Silver

Interim Director and Collections Coordinator, Gast Business Library, Michigan State University


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Working Together to Improve the Journal Renewal Workflow
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Librarians and agents work together to complete the subscription renewal process.  Learn how Subscritpion agent and ILS vendors worked together with customers to analyze the process, identify multiple system integration points, and build a User Interface to enhance the process and reduce the time it takes to complete this process.

Presenters
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Anne Campbell

Library Automation Manager, EBSCO
Forever on a mission to improve customer workflows using data standards and new ideas to solve old and new challenges.  Library Automation Manager at EBSCO since 2014.   I have served in a library technical services role since 1994, first with Blackwell North America, Blackwell... Read More →
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Dennis Bridges

Senior Product Owner, EBSCO Information Services
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Karen Spence

Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Washington Libraries
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Marcia Masters

Acquisitions & eResources Librarian, Grand Valley State University
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Noam Fass

Product Manager, Ex Libris (Clarivate)
Noam Fass – Product ManagerWorking for Ex Libris for the past 7 years, originally based in Jerusalem (Ex Libris headquarters), now living with my family in Connecticut.As a graduate of Industrial Design studies, I believe in user centered design and always try to listen to sentiment... Read More →


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: De-Duping the Discovery Process: Strategies for Reducing Ebook Title Duplication in Summon
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Due to the acquisition of large ebook packages from vendors, many libraries' discovery layers produce search results that are filled with duplicate titles, confusing users and negatively impacting the discovery process. This presentation discusses methods for reducing this title duplication and improving the user experience of research and discovery.

Presenters
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Lynn E. Gates

Director of Collections and Content, Kraemer Family Library
Hi! I've been a cataloger for over 13 years in both public and academic libraries. I'm passionate about making our catalogs work for our patrons and while this may mean something different at each institution, I strongly believe the end product should be useful!
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Matthew Jabaily

Asst Prof/Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
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Joel Tonyan

Director of User Experience, University of Colorado Colorado Springs


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Discovery in Context: Discovery Presentation on ARL library websites
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Research libraries make a variety of presentation choices for search tools and search results, frequently supported by internal user testing and usability studies (despite their differences). This talk will discuss results of an environmental scan of search presentation in the context of library websites for Association of Research Libraries members.

Presenters
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Stacie Traill

Discovery and Metadata Systems Lead, University of Minnesota Libraries
Stacie Traill is Discovery and Metadata Systems Lead at the University of Minnesota Libraries. Prior to her current role, she held positions as Metadata Analyst, Cartographic and Electronic Resources Cataloger, and Special Formats Cataloging Coordinator, also at the University of... Read More →


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Great Explorations: Promoting Electronic Resources to Inspire Research in a Marketing Seminar course
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Identifying a research topic can be a daunting task for students, particularly in seminar courses. To better serve them, liaison librarians can collaborate with faculty to promote electronic resources through assignment-aligned information literacy instruction. By creatively promoting these resources, we encourage topic exploration, meeting students where they already are: online.

Presenters
avatar for Mariana Jardim

Mariana Jardim

Liaison Librarian, Management/Economics, Entrepreneurship & Co-op, University of Toronto Scarborough Campus


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Inclusive, localized subjects support EDI efforts within controlled vocabularies
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Libraries are embracing the use of EDI principles for improved description, discovery, and delivery of resources. This program reviews tools for reducing harm from legacy subject headings including a demonstration of remapping subject headings in a discovery service to hide sensitive language and facilitate an inclusive experience for library users.

Presenters
avatar for Grace McGann

Grace McGann

Associate Product Manager, OCLC
Grace McGann is an Associate Product Manager at OCLC, focusing on helping users Discover the resources they need. She earned her BA in Linguistics and MS in Library & Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. When she isn't working on new ways to help... Read More →
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Lois Quail

Manager, Library & Archives, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Marketing the LibKey Suite: Our Trail to Creating Sustainable Marketing Techniques
The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center developed a marketing strategy to promote adoption of the LibKey Suite to its diverse users. Techniques relied on free or low cost tools such as presentations, digital communications, and physical displays, as well as collaborating with faculty and IT.

Presenters
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Robyn Gleasner

Resource Management Librarian, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Library
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Laura Hall

Division Head, Resources, Archives and Discovery, University of New Mexico
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Moses Moya

Metadata Specialist, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Library


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Maximizing Library Visibility and Information Access on the Open Web
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Libraries reach only a small percentage of potential users through their own websites and communications. This means users might have trouble finding resources despite library effort and investment. In this session, learn how to maximize the visibility of your print and e-holdings on the open web through Google search results, Google Scholar, Wikipedia, WorldCat.org, Goodreads, and more.

Presenters
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Nancy Lin

Sr. Data Projects Strategist, NYU
avatar for Danielle Bromelia

Danielle Bromelia

Product Manager, OCLC
avatar for Gary F. Daught

Gary F. Daught

Director of Libraries, Milligan University
avatar for Jill Jones

Jill Jones

Senior Product Manager | End User - Discovery, OCLC


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Ultra-lite or Glamping? A Comparative Analysis of e-Journal Platform “Amenities”
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Scholarly journals are frequently available on publisher websites, repositories, and aggregators. Scholars expect basic metadata, search functionality, and aesthetic design, but do more advanced amenities enhance their reading experience? This session will discuss the results of a comparative analysis of e-journals and describe the amenities found on different platforms.

Presenters
avatar for Gabrielle Wiersma

Gabrielle Wiersma

Director of Collection Managemen, University of Colorado
avatar for Esta Tovstiadi, (they/them)

Esta Tovstiadi, (they/them)

Shared Collections Coordinator, SUNY Library Services
avatar for Natalia Tingle Dolan

Natalia Tingle Dolan

Business Librarian, University of Colorado Boulder


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Assessing OA Membership Offers: Retrospective Analysis, Reflection, and Reframing
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

Western Libraries' Open Access Standing Committee recently revised our OA membership selection criteria with the aim of establishing a values based framework for OA assessment. This session describes how we retrospectively applied these criteria to existing OA investments, and how reflecting on the outcomes have helped us to reframe our approach to future decisions.

Presenters
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Shawn Hendrikx

Collections & Content Strategies Librarian, Western University
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Emily Carlisle-Johnston

Research & Scholarly Communication Librarian, Western University
avatar for Samuel Cassady

Samuel Cassady

Head, Collections and Content Strategies, Western University
avatar for Noah Churchill-Baird

Noah Churchill-Baird

Research & Scholarly Communication Co-op, Western University
I am a current MLIS candidate at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada. I am entering my final semester of part-time studies to complete my MLIS. I am hoping to land a position as a Research and Scholarly Communication Librarian at an academic library with a focus on digital... Read More →
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Courtney Waugh

Research & Scholarly Communication Librarian, Western University


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: From Digital Preservation to Open Educational Repository: How a Photo Digitization Project Transformed into a Library-Developed Open Educational Repository
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

The project began as an effort to digitize a collection of 14,000 Kodachrome slides depicting clinical presentations of dermatological conditions donated to the Eccles Health Sciences Library. The project soon morphed into developing a customized platform to explore selections of the images using diagnoses, clinical features, and textbook references.

Presenters
avatar for Carmin Smoot

Carmin Smoot

Digital Publishing Coordinator, University of Utah
avatar for Bryan Hull

Bryan Hull

Program Manager, Digital Publishing, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
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Julia Curtis

University of Utah, Health Services Center


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)

1:30pm CST

ONLINE ATTENDED Q&A: Open Access Monographs: COPIM & Making Mandates Reality
This session will be available on-demand at the start of the conference. 
During this timeslot, the authors will be on the Online Conference Platform to answer text-based Q&A.

OA book mandates are coming. COPIM will demonstrate how meeting these with Book Processing Charges will worsen inequality by favouring the most wealthy institutions and authors. We'll highlight an alternative: collective library funding models that spread the funding of OA books so that no single institution bears a disproportionate cost.

Presenters
avatar for Martin Paul Eve

Martin Paul Eve

Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing, Birkbeck, University of London & COPIM
Martin Paul Eve is Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck, University of London. He has been a steering-group member of the OAPEN-UK project, the Jisc National Monograph Strategy Group, the SCONUL Strategy Group on Academic Content and Communications, and the... Read More →


Thursday March 9, 2023 1:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Virtual Attended Q&A (Pheedloop Platform)
 


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