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Monday, November 4
 

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Tuesday, November 5
 

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Wednesday, November 6
 

7:00am

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CARLI Counts: Analytics in Consortium Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelStephanie Davis-Kahl • Lisa Hinchliffe • Kimberly Shotick • Anne Craig Developing a Framework for Measuring Reuse of Digital Library Collections: Discovery, Assessment, and Sharing Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott HotelCaroline Muglia New usage reports, new insights! How to use your COUNTER data in decision making process Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterSonja Lendi • Athena Hoeppner • Kornelia Junge Tools and infrastructure for managing the collective collection Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterMichael Levine-Clark • George Machovec • Gabrielle Wiersma • Elizabeth Mengel Accessibility for Digital Materials: The Current Landscape Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelHeidi Schroeder • Jill Grogg From big ideas to real talk: A front-line perspective on new collections roles in times of organizational restructuring Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelSally Sax • Meg Ecclestone • Alana Skwarok Going Through the Looking Glass: Re-envisioning Collections at the University of Houston Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelKerry Creelman • Nancy Linden • Nora Dethloff Open and Impactful – Using Web of Science to Reveal Your Institution’s Open Access Footprint Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites HotelJeff Dougherty Pain Points and Solutions: Bringing Data for Startups to Campus Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelKelly LaVoice • Daniel Hickey • Mark Williams Tackling the University Press eBook Collection Management Problem: The De Gruyter University Press eBooks Pilot Project Salon I, Gaillard CenterWeijing Yuan • Sharla Lair • Steve Fallon • Brigitta van Rheinberg Twelve Danishes for the Price of One: The Benefits of Bulk Acquisitions for Libraries Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott HotelScott Ahlberg • Sara Tarpley • Scott Pope • Jon Elwell • Nick Newcomer “You Must Run Twice as Fast as That”: Using Insights from Researchers to Align Library Support to Researchers’ Needs Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelBertha Chang • Hilary Davis • Colin Nickels Annotation on Campus: Collaboration in the Classroom and Beyond! Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelHeather Staines • Butch Porter • Alan J. Reid • Micah Vandegrift Developing open access partnerships and transformative agreements Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterJen Maurer • Rice Majors • Mathew Willmott • Andrew Sykes Intriguing New Model for Improved Visibility of and Access to Theses and Dissertations Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelJudith Russell Harnessing the Market for the Benefit of All: Increasing Transparency and Other Emerging Possibilities for Ebook Accessibility Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelSusan Doerr • Jeanne Masher • Trisha Prevett • Michael Johnson The BitViews project: can a blockchain application unchain Open Access? New solutions for an old problem. Drayton Room, Francis Marion HotelManfredi La Manna E-Resources Boot Camp Salon II, Gaillard CenterJoe Marciniak Open-source Publishing Software: A Landscape Analysis Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelJohn Maxwell Stopwatch Session 1 Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelLiya Deng • Barbara Tierney • Mary Ellen Sloane • Rebecca Crist • Adam Beauchamp • Cécile Swiatek • Corinne Bishop

11:30am

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A Springboard to OER Success: How One State’s Higher Education Agencies and Academic Libraries are Working in Tandem to Create Greater Awareness of the Value of OER Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelJennifer L. Pate • Ron Leonard • Katherine Quinnell I don’t want to go among mad people: adventures in establishing good communication between subject librarians and technical service departments in a large academic library. Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelJennifer Mezick • Elyssa Gould Snake News or Fake News? A Game Show About How Students Evaluate Scientific Information in Google Search Results Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott HotelTara Tobin Cataldo, MLS • Amy Buhler • Samuel Putnam • Christopher Cyr The time has come for eBooks, or has it? Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterGabrielle Wiersma • Leigh Beauchamp Enter Sandman: Licensing and Procurement Trends Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterKen DiFiore • Eric Sterkel • Elizabeth Lightfoot • Valerie Boulos • Rachel Erb Legacy Missions in Times of Change: Defining and Shaping Collections in the 21st Century Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelAntje Mays • Oya Y. Rieger Library Collections: Creatively Adjusting Budgets to Invest in Open Content and Research Infrastructure Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterJulia Gelfand • Roger C. Schonfeld • Tom Hickerson • Barbara Dewey Print Collections as Battleground? Replacing Conflict with Conversations in the Use of Library Spaces Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites HotelSarah Tudesco • Brad Warren • Boaz Nadav-Manes • Michael Meth Putting Your Library Learning Materials to Work: Making Not Just ‘talk of’, but ‘use of’ Your Many Things! Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelCharles Lyons • Kiren Shoman • Austina Jordan • Anaya Jones Should you Pay for the Chicken When you can Get It for Free? No longer Life on the Farm as We Know It Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelJames King • Beth Bernhardt • Sari Frances • Sharon Mattern Büttiker • Susie Winter • Crane Hassold Eat Me! Drink Me! Rightsizing Your Department Through Reorganization Salon II, Gaillard CenterAngela Flenner • Heather Gilbert Negotiating with Vendors Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelBuzzy Basch • Marjorie Hlava To the Walrus or the Carpenter? Framing Budget Conversations Around Leadership Types Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelAshley Chase “For some of us are out of breath:” a discussion for newly appointed leaders in collections and technical services Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelAnn Roll • Erika L. Johnson • Jessie Copeland • Sarah McClung • Thea Allen A proposed framework for the evaluation of academic librarian scholarship Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelRachel Borchardt • Jennifer Matthews • Polly Boruff-Jones • Sigrid Kelsey Driving Textbook Affordability: Bridging the Gap Between Faculty and Librarian in the Selection of Open Educational Resources (OER) Salon I, Gaillard CenterMichelle Rivera-Spann • George Hart • Donna Shaw • Emilie Littlehales From Tech Titans to Brave Open World: Future Scoping the Library Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelRick Anderson • Michael Levine-Clark • Carol Hoover • Diane Bruxvoort • Ann Gabriel Josh Nicholson & Scite - New Directions for Research Information Drayton Room, Francis Marion HotelNancy Herther • Josh Nicholson The Scholarly Kitchen Live - Chat with the Chefs Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelLynnee Argabright • Todd Carpenter • Melanie Dolechek • Joe Esposito • Gwen Evans • Jasmin Lange • Judy Luther Working Together to Create a Sustainable Ecology for Open Access Books Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott HotelSteve Fallon • Ruth Jones • Carolyn Morris • Brian O'Leary • Amy Pawlowski • Peter Potter Acting Up! Standards Improv and the Importance of Cross-Stakeholder Collaboration Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelChristine Stohn • Julie Zhu • Athena Hoeppner • Heather Staines The Value of Video: Accessibility, Streaming, and the 21st Century Library Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelKerri Goergen-Doll • Chris Dappen • Ryan Wilkins

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State of the Academic Library: Results from the 2019 Academic Libraries Survey Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterOren Beit-Arie • Dr. Dennis M Swanson Begin at the beginning: Revamping collection development workflows Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelJennifer Mezick • Elyssa Gould Beyond Journals: Inside Society Archive Collections Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelAlasdair MacLeod • Sarah Pickman • Felix Lancashire Piloting the surge: Streaming Video and Academic Libraries Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelAnita Foster • Azungwe Kwembe • Joanna Kolendo • Charlene Snelling Revitalizing Library Collections: A Tale of Two Libraries Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelBecky Imamoto • Xueying Chen Tip of the Iceberg: Choosing What Shows, Discovering What’s Hidden Drayton Room, Francis Marion HotelKaren Kohn • Rich Gause Area Studies, Time to Talk about the Threats, Trends and Current State of Collection Management and Publishing in the Digital Age of Globalization Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelAngela Carreño • Steve Fallon • Brian Vetruba • Adan Griego Building a Community-owned Resource Sharing Platform Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelAnne McKee • Sebastian Hammer • Nora Dethloff Understanding and Improving Accessibility in your Library Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites HotelAlexandra Jacobs • Michelle Rivera-Spann Better Together: How the MIT Libraries and MIT Press are Joining Forces to Increase Openness to Scholarship Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterNick Lindsay • Katharine Dunn Bringing Some Stranger Things of Streaming Video up From the Upside Down World: Research Insights from Faculty and Students Salon II, Gaillard CenterChristine Fischer • Michael Carmichael • Dina Samora • Elizabeth Ellis Capitulating or Capitalizing, Compromising or Combatting: What is Meaningful Discourse Between Library and Vendor? Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelAshley Chase • Cris Ferguson • Kristen Twardowski • Lindsay Cronk • Rachel Fleming • Erin Luckett Challenges in Information Literacy: Leading Them to Water, Imploring Them to Drink -- hosting a successful faculty/graduate-student workshop. Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelSusan Wald Berkman • Jeff Dougherty • Linda Kopecky Falling Down the Rabbit Hole: Exploring the Unique Partnership between Subject Librarians and Scholarly Communication Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott HotelSarah Norris • Sandy Avila • Buenaventura (Ven) Basco Open Infrastructure: The Way Forward for Open Access Monographs Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelEelco Ferwerda • Rupert Gatti • Pierre Mounier • Eileen Joy Professional Learning and 'Inbetween Publishing': The Tasks of the Charleston Briefings Salon I, Gaillard CenterSteve Weiland • Matthew Ismail Reconciling Civil Rights And Copyrights Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott HotelJack Bernard • Brandon Butler "Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, Extended Reality - what you need to know and why you need to know it! – Part 2!” Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelCarl Grant • Stephen Rhind-Tutt The Sun Shining in the Middle of the Night: How Moving Beyond IP Authentication Does Not Spoil the Fun, Ease, or Privacy of Accessing Library Resources Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelAndrew Nagy • Michelle Colquitt The Big Deal Is Dead! Long Live The Big Deal! Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterStephanie Hess • James Galbraith “The Evolution of Ebook collections: learning something new every day” Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelJack Montgomery • Glenda Alvin Stopwatch Session 2: Systems Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelLiya Deng • Nettie Lagace • Jesse Koennecke • Kendall Bartsch • Christee Pascale • Li Ma • Seth Porter • Emily Singley

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Poster Session 1 Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelWeb of Science Group, a Clarivate Analytics company S1-01 The time has come... to build, reflect, and analyze connections between qualitative and quantitative data Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelLeigh Ann DePope • Stephanie Ritchie • Jordan Sly S1-02 The Forest and the Trees: What Circulation Turnover Rates Tell Us about Literature Collections in Academic Libraries Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJeff Staiger S1-03 The research interests of graduate students in Jamaica reflect national urgency: So what are their information needs? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJacqueline Howell Nash S1-04 Talking of many things: dashboards for reference services decision making Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelHui Hua Chua • Rachel Minkin S1-05 Statistical Stories: Visualizing Usage Statistics with Tableau Public Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelKathy Gehring • Lori Looney S1-06 A River Ran Through It: How to Build a Library Collection after a Natural Disaster Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelHope LeJeune S1-07 Acquiring Teamwork: Resource lifecycles utilizing Alma and each other Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJaclyn Parrott S1-08 When you don't know what you don't know: How new collections librarians rightsized a collections budget Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelCara Cadena • Marcia Lee S1-09 Digital Archives: What Researchers Need from Platforms Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJames Kessenides S1-10 Step 1: Open the box. Step 2: Put materials on the shelf. Step 3: Repeat. Learn how to make your print workflows smarter Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelHeidy Berthoud S1-11 Wrangling Weirdness: Lessons from Academic Law Library Collections Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelCourtney McAllister • Megan Brown S1-12 Collections Work at Non-ARL Institutions: Priorities & Practices Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelStephanie Davis-Kahl S1-13 Deselection Dilemma: Incorporating Faculty Voices in Monograph Deselection Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelLev Rickards S1-14 PONI Up!: Using data to give students what they need Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelElena Rodriguez • Amanda Kraft • Gretchen Scronce S1-15 The Right Place at the Right Time: Embedding Library Tutorials in EBSCOhost Databases Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelTeagan Eastman S1-16 Services Analyst and Collection Data Analyst: Adding Value to the Acquisitions Operation Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelLaura Sill S1-17 Six Years of Running a Campus Open Access Publishing Fund. Where are we? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRyan Otto S1-18 The homegrown ERMS: Relic of the past, or wave of the future? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRobert Heaton S1-19 APIs: A Tool for Many Things, including Collections Analysis Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelKaren Kohn S1-20 Making the Invisible Visible: Using Portfolio/project Management to Create and Online Presence That Delivers Content and Services at Scale Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelHeather Jeffcoat • Catherine Murray-Rust

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Poster Session 2 Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelWeb of Science Group, a Clarivate Analytics company S2-01 Collections Data, Tools, and Strategy: Applying R, Tableau and Excel to Print Assessment Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelChristopher Palazzolo • Lori Jahnke S2-02 Creating E-Resource Dashboards to Foster Liaison Librarian Engagement with the Collection Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJohn Tiffin S2-03 Reengineering Acquisitions Infrastructure in Alma: Vendor Records in a Time of Transition Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJeremy Garskof S2-04 “Curiouser and curiouser:” The process of creating, maintaining, and migrating a bibliographic database of assessment resources Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelEmily McCutcheon • Brianne Dosch S2-05 Hospitality Industry Data Sources Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelKen Bolton S2-06 The time has come... to MOVE Many Things: Inventorying and Preparing a Collection for Offsite Storage Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelHannah Mckelvey • Rachelle McLain S2-07 UofSC Librarians and the Open Access Collection Development Policy Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelAmie Freeman • Shanna Schaffer S2-08 Strategies for building inclusive collections in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM): The case of the Grand Challenges of Engineering Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelIbironke Lawal S2-09 Graphic Medicine for All Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelSiamak Samiean S2-10 Purchasing Power: Assessing Library Print Vendors Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJill Dawson S2-11 Parallel or Together?: Deduplicating a STEM research collection combined from two different sources (academic and government) Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelEric Brownell S2-13 What Do Editors Want?: Assessing a Growing Library Publishing Program and Finding Creative Solutions to Unmet Needs Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJulia Lovett • Andrée Rathemacher S2-14 “What Can I Do About Web Accessibility?” A 15 Minute Activity for Your Team’s Agency Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJulia Caffrey • Robert Pleshar S2-15 Migrating to Alma without an Acquisitions staff: evolving acquisitions and electronic resource workflows from their legacy silos Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelChristine Davidian • Jennifer Matthews S2-16 Who posts what where?: STEM Preprint Servers Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJennifer Groff S2-17 E-Books and Textbook Affordability: Let’s Talk About It Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRachel Cooke • Steve Rokusek S2-18 Collaborative Archive and Data Research Environment (CADRE): A Big Data Solution for Research Libraries Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRobert Van Rennes S2-19 The Need for Systems Technology Training in Library Schools: Are We Adequately Training Future Librarians? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelDebbi Dinkins S2-20 Sometimes two hats are better than one: Finding synergy between collections and liaison work Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelGlyneva Bradley-Ridout • Mikaela Gray

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Thursday, November 7
 

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Communicating Collections: Strategies for informing library stakeholders of collections budget & management decisions Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterJohn Abresch • Laura Pascual • Anna Seiffert Hire Ed: How Libraries Can Do Their Part to Help New College Graduates Become Employable A Discussion with Employers, Students and Librarians Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelKate Hill • Radhi Jagirdar • Jerry Roche • Nasser Saleh A Comparison and Review of 17 E-book platforms Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterJohn Lavender • Courtney McAllister AI, VR and Other Interactive Content: How Libraries and Classrooms are Using Emerging Tech to Advance Knowledge Salon II, Gaillard CenterDouglas Ballman • Dan Hawkins • Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem From Rural Publics to Urban Universities: Implementing Discovery at a Statewide Level Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelClaire Leverett • Stephen Gilewski • Stephen Brooks Resources for Online Science Courses: How Librarians and Faculty Connect Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelMary Poffenroth • Rachelle McLain • Brian Ryckman • Nathan Welch Six impossible things: Moving KBART into the next decade Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelChristine Stohn • Robert Heaton • Andrée Rathemacher • Noah Levin Something to Talk About: the Intersection of Library Assessment and Collection Diversity Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterTimothy Morton • Roxanne Backowski Representation of Atypical Resources in the Discovery Layer: Publisher, Discovery Service Provider, and Library Perspectives Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelTodd Carpenter • Jay Holloway • Brian Falato • Jill Blaemers • Linda Kopecky The Textbook Affordability Puzzle: Perspectives from 3 of the Pieces Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelPenny Beile • Sara Duff • Katy Miller Turn Left Here: Developing Roadmaps to Successful Implementation and Beyond Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelSandy Srivastava • Rachel Fleming • Johan Tilstra • Rebekah Shaw Accelerating Digital Collaboration and Engagement: Experimenting with Open Communities Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelLiz Milewicz • Catherine Ahearn • Heather Staines • Katharine Dunn Behind the Gate: Early Career Researchers’ Motivations for Using ResearchGate Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelLisa Hinchliffe • Laurel Post • Morgan Sherlock Is there enough room in that cocoon? Libraries and Societies transforming together Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelSunshine Carter • Tracey DePellegrin • Curtis Brundy • Stacey Burke Open Web Tools 2019 Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott HotelGary Price • Curtis Michelson The time has come to talk of... who should own scholarly infrastructure? Salon I, Gaillard CenterUnpaywall Journals • Jason Priem The Time Has Come… For Next-Generation Open Access (OA) Models Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelAnneliese Taylor • Celeste Feather • Kim Armstrong • Sara Rouhi The World is Our Oyster: Pearls of Cross-Consortial Partnerships Found in a Shared Hyku Repository Service Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelJill Morris • Kirsten Leonard Un-volting our preferences - data security and privacy in a changing library landscape Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelBoaz Nadav-Manes • Eric Zematis Stopwatch Session 3: Faculty & Researcher Services Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott HotelAthena Hoeppner • Debbi Dinkins • Melvin Davis • Melissa Gasparotto • Brianne Dosch • Eric Resnis

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Displaying Your Impact, Protecting your Patrons: Ethical Use of Library Analytics to Understand User Success (Vendor Perspectives) Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterJohn McDonald • Michael Levine-Clark • Philip Faust • Trevor A. Dawes • Monica Rysavy • Russell Michalak The Time has come to talk…with ourselves: Through the Looking Glass, and what A.L.I.C.E (Assessing Library Institutional Commitment and Experience) found there Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelRegina Mays • Rachel Fleming-May • Greg Womac Assessing The Library: An Unquiet History, by Matthew Battles Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelJoyce Dixon-Fyle • Azungwe Kwembe Bridging the Publisher-Library Gap to Solve Selection Challenges Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott HotelEllen Safley • Audrey Marcus • Lisa Nachtigall Do the Right Thing: Sustainability, Values, and Streaming Video Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterTrey Shelton • Sarah McCleskey • Alex Hoskyns-Abrahall Evidenced-based Acquisition for Primary Source Content - A New Model for Access and Ownership Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelBrian C. Gray • Teresa Hazen • Lisa McDonald • Holly Talbott • Thomas H. Teper It's Time to Look That Gift Horse in the Mouth: Approaches to Managing Gifts Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelKathleen Spring What Exactly Would You Like Tech Services To Do? Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelCharlie Sicignano • Corey Halaychik • Joe Marciniak Collecting to Disseminate: Awareness, Action, Assessment as a Three-Pronged Approach to Proving Academic Library Value through User-Centric Collection Work Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelLiya Deng • Stan Trembach From Fakes to Facts: How Librarians Can Foster Critical Thinking Among All Students Salon II, Gaillard CenterRosalind Tedford • Kiren Shoman • Dan Chibnall • Sarah Morris • Amanda DiFeterici Let’s give them something to talk about… Textbook Affordability and OER Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelDerek Malone • Linda Colding • Jennifer L. Pate • Peggy Glatthaar Ethics and the Archives: Panel discussion on historical and contemporary issues related to online discovery and use of historical information and archives Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelJeff Moyer • Rebecca Hankins • Melissa Stoner • Chelcie Juliet Rowell • Thai Jones Great Expectations: Leading Libraries Through the Minefield of Continuous Change Salon I, Gaillard CenterDenise D Novak • Corey Seeman Leading from below: Influencing vendors and collection budget decisions as a subject liaison Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott HotelSteve Cramer • Cynthia Cronin-Kardon • Min Tong Marketing to Libraries Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelBuzzy Basch As we journey towards full OA, are we using the same GPS to map the route? Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelAmy Pawlowski • Colleen Campbell • Lisa Hinchliffe • Carrie Webster • Stacey Burke Athenaeum - Digital Flames Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelKent Anderson • Karin Wulf Textbooks have many flavors: Understanding the complexities for students, instructors, publishers and libraries Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelJulia Gelfand • John Brennan • CJ Ivory • Len Scoggins What If We Had to Build a New Publishing Ecosystem from Scratch? Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterRick Anderson • Reeta Sinha • Oliver Gadsby • Sara Rouhi • Courtney Young And It’s Time to Talk About Sustaining Our Scientific Cyberinfrastructure Drayton Room, Francis Marion HotelJohn Maxwell • Robert Sandusky • Amy Forrester Stopwatch Sessions 4: E-collections Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelJack Montgomery • Kate Hill • Alexis Linoski • Jenifer Bartle • Tressa Santillo

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Documenting students’ research journeys: Students’ experiences searching with Google vs. Yewno’s Discover platform Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelMonica Rysavy • Russell Michalak • Ruth Pickering The Death and Rebirth of Reference Resources: Unpacking what's happening with changing user behaviors Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelDamon Zucca • David Tyckoson • Kathryn Earle Drastic times call for drastic measures: Intentionality, outreach, and library leadership in times of financial crisis Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelMark I. Greenberg • Kristin D'Amato • Kristina Edwards • Madeline Kelly Holy Crapronym: The Preponderance of Jargon and Acronyms Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelElizabeth Lightfoot • Alice Eng • Nicole Ameduri Matching made in heaven: collections and metadata collaboration for print preservation Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelErin Johnson • Alie Visser Strategic Reinvestments of Journal Packages in Today’s Publishing Ecosystem Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRebecca Seger • Amy Pawlowski • Joe Esposito • Maria Lopes • Mihoko Hosoi Trot So Quick: Addressing Budgetary Changes Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelJeff Bailey • Star Holloway Values-based Collection Development Approaches to Ebook Acquisition Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterAngela Carreño • Jill Morris • Charles Watkinson • Emily Farrell Let's get technical: Using tools to increase library visibility and work within the patron workflow Salon I, Gaillard CenterJohan Tilstra • Tim O'Neill Never waste a crisis: Re-imagining interlibrary loan as part of the resourcing picture Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelRice Majors • Kelly Johnson What the Oysters Learned too Late: Reconsidering Literacy Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelAudrey Powers • Marc Powers Cabbages, Kings, and Curriculum: Bridging LIS Education and New Practices in Librarianship Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelJill Grogg • Rachel Fleming-May Lessons from ITHAKA S+R on Research Practices in the Disciplines: What Have We Learned? What Should We Do? Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterSteve Weiland • Jennifer Dean Maximum Dissemination: A possible model for society journals in the humanities and social sciences to support Open while retaining their subscription revenue Drayton Room, Francis Marion HotelJohn Dove • N V SATHYANARAYANA Preprints - Why Librarians Should Care Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelSusan K. Kendall • Oya Y. Rieger • Rachel Burley • Jessica Polka Public and Private, Two West Coast Perspectives: Offering Faculty Grant Funding for Open Textbook Initiatives Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott HotelJean-Gabriel Bankier • Karen Bjork • Michele Gibney Society Sustainability - Funding the Society Mission Salon II, Gaillard CenterPatrick Franzen • Brett Rubinstein • Julie Gill • Lauren Kane “…of research workflows - and changing roles - and the challenges it brings” Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelAnne Rauh • Vincent Cassidy • Emily Hart Introducing the Coalition for Seamless Access: delivering a simpler, privacy-preserving access experience Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott HotelJohn Felts • Tim Lloyd • Emily Singley Applying Negotiation Strategies to Career Bargaining Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelCourtney McAllister • Austina Jordan • Erin Luckett • Melissa Lockaby Stopwatch Session 5: Collection Assessment Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterRobert Hollandsworth • Andy Breeding • Alicia Willson-Metzger • Hannah Pearson • Anna Milholland • Keri Prelitz

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Beyond ROI: Expanding data analysis to develop a strategy for transformation Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelMathew Willmott Collection Assessment and the Impact of Digital Availability on Print Usage Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterThomas H. Teper Two Flavors of EZproxy Analytics: How Emory University and OCLC Implemented Solutions for EZproxy Log Analysis Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelChristopher Palazzolo • Jessie Copeland • Hank Sway Change – Watch for the Right Time: Structuring Collections Budgets to Meet Current and Future Needs Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelCaryl Ward • Jill Dixon • John Blosser Documentation Worth Making, Values Worth Fighting For: A Vision for Next Generation Collection Policies Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterAnne Rauh • Lindsay Cronk • Kelly Durkin Ruth Embrace the Hive Mind: Engaging ILL and Research Services in Unsubscribed and OA Content Discovery Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelJessica Rigg • Rebecca Hunnicutt If we buy it, they will come... right? Developing and implementing a marketing program in academic libraries Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterSusan Wald Berkman • Allyson Rodriguez • Michelle Rivera-Spann Popular Reading Collections and Academia... The time has come to talk about it! Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelSusanna Smith • Skye Hardesty • Christopher Boyd • Kathy Marks Primary Rights and the Inequalities of E-Book Access Salon II, Gaillard CenterRoen Janyk • Arielle Lomness Resource Discovery in a Changing Content World Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott HotelChristine Stohn • Cynthia Schwarz • Hannah Mckelvey • Allen Jones • Rachelle McLain Space Exploration: a study of print collections, where they live, and how to integrate them into the physical library Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelElizabeth Siler • Amanda Binder • Lindsey Sprague Through the Looking Glass: Measuring Value in the Nontraditional Database Market Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelCynthia Cronin-Kardon • Ryan Phillips • George Machovec • James Simon Wait, I don’t just become CEO of a Fortune 500 company? Helping students’ gain foundational skills for the academic to workforce transition Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelLauren Reiter • Corey Seeman • Jason Sokoloff • Kristi Ward Do you talk to your VPR? Building relationships with the research office Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelChuck Eckman • Maggie Farrell • Kenning Arlitsch • Oren Beit-Arie MIT Press Direct and University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection: First Year Lessons Learned and Future Prospects Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott HotelSharla Lair • Lanell White • Emily Farrell Publication Ethics: The challenges in arts, humanities, and social sciences and what this means for librarians Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelRachel Safer • Claire Sewell • Jennifer McMillan Start From Where You Are: Key Considerations for Approaching Open Access Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelColleen Campbell • Gwen Evans A New Look for Library Data: University Testing of BIBFRAME-based Discovery Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites HotelKathryn Harnish • Stephanie Kaceli Is Blockchain the new frontier for scholarly publishing? Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelDarrell W. Gunter • Anthony Paganelli OER in the Real World: Challenges of Discovery and Adoption Salon I, Gaillard CenterKyle Denlinger • Elizabeth Wemlinger • Andrea Eastman-Mullins Publisher Platforms and NISO’s PIE-J: Working Together to Improve E-Journal Access Drayton Room, Francis Marion HotelSarah (Sally) Glasser • Julie Zhu • Helen Duce Stopwatch Sessions 6: Acquisitions Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelAthena Hoeppner • Edward Lener • Thomas Karel • Jennifer Young • Jacquelyn Hart • Nicole Wood

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Friday, November 8
 

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Interpreting Analytics for Open Access Books Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelRupert Gatti • Sven Fund • Kathleen Folger From Intentional Meandering to Roadmap: UMass Amherst Libraries’ philosophical and practical considerations for investing with “open” content providers Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelChristine Turner • Scott Stangroom • Bob Schatz O Oysters, You’ve Had a Pleasant Run: Three Viewpoints on EBAs in Long-Term Collection Development Strategies Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelArielle Lomness • Robert Tiessen • Sara Forsyth • Louis Houle Seamless Sharing and Beyond: Documenting, Leveraging and Expanding the ReCAP Shared Collection Parkview Room, Francis Marion HotelJason Baumann • Peter Bae • Kevin Reiss • Melissa Gasparotto Reframing the Relationship: Perspectives on Library-Vendor Partnerships Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRose Reynolds • Michael Rodriguez • Allen Jones • Lindsay Cronk The Hard Work of Soft Skills: Prioritizing emotional labor for more effective services and more engaged staff Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelCris Ferguson • Rachel Fleming Enhancing Services to Preserve New Forms of Scholarship Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelCharles Watkinson • Susan Doerr • Jonathan Greenberg • Karen Hanson Traversing the Continuum of Virtual Reality: From 360 Video to Augmented Reality. A look at the Present and Future from the Perspective of a Library and a Vendor Drayton Room, Francis Marion HotelDavid Parker • Sarah Howard Stopwatch Sessions 7: Scholarly Communications Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelRamune Kubilius • Carol Cramer • Tom Reich • Adam Blackwell • Monica Rysavy • Russell Michalak

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