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Monday, November 4
 

7:00am

9:00am

12:00pm

 
Tuesday, November 5
 

7:00am

9:00am

10:30am

12:00pm

1:00pm

2:30pm

4:00pm

5:00pm

6:00pm

7:00pm

9:30pm

 
Wednesday, November 6
 

7:00am

7:15am

8:15am

8:20am

9:15am

9:25am

10:15am

10:45am

CARLI Counts: Analytics in Consortium TBALisa Hinchliffe • Anne Craig Developing a Framework for Measuring Reuse of Digital Library Collections: Discovery, Assessment, and Sharing TBACaroline Muglia New usage reports, new insights! How to use your COUNTER data in decision making process TBASonja Lendi • Athena Hoeppner • Kornelia Junge Tools and infrastructure for managing the collective collection TBAMichael Levine-Clark • George Machovec • Gabrielle Wiersma • Elizabeth Mengel Accessibility for Digital Materials: The Current Landscape TBAHeidi Schroeder • Jill Grogg From big ideas to real talk: A front-line perspective on new collections roles in times of organizational restructuring TBASally Sax • Meg Ecclestone • Alana Skwarok Going Through the Looking Glass: Re-envisioning Collections at the University of Houston TBAKerry Creelman • Nancy Linden • Nora Dethloff Pain Points and Solutions: Bringing Data for Startups to Campus TBAKelly LaVoice • Daniel Hickey • Mark Williams Tackling the University Press eBook Collection Management Problem: The De Gruyter University Press eBooks Pilot Project TBAAngela Carreño • Sharla Lair • Steve Fallon • Brad Hebel Twelve Danishes for the Price of One: The Benefits of Bulk Acquisitions for Libraries TBASara Tarpley • Scott Pope • Jon Elwell • Nick Newcomer Sharing is Caring: How to revolutionize end user services for enhanced patron satisfaction TBADavid Walker • Jane Burke “You Must Run Twice as Fast as That”: Using Insights from Researchers to Map Library Research Support to Researchers’ Needs TBABertha Chang • Hilary Davis • Colin Nickels Annotation on Campus: Collaboration in the Classroom and Beyond! TBAAlan J. Reid • Jeremy Dean • Heather Staines • Micah Vandegrift Developing open access partnerships and transformative agreements TBAJen Maurer • Rice Majors • Mathew Willmott Intriguing New Model for Improved Visibility of and Access to Theses and Dissertations TBAJudith Russell Harnessing the Market for the Benefit of All: Increasing Transparency and Other Emerging Possibilities for Ebook Accessibility TBASusan Doerr • George Kerscher • Jeanne Masher • Trisha Prevett E-Resources Boot Camp TBAJoe Marciniak Open-source Publishing Software: A Landscape Analysis TBAJohn Maxwell Stopwatch Session 1 TBABarbara Tierney • Mary Ellen Sloane • Adam Beauchamp • Corinne Bishop

11:30am

1:00pm

2:00pm

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 TBAJennifer 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. TBAJennifer Mezick • Elyssa Gould Snake News or Fake News? A Game Show About How Students Evaluate Scientific Information in Google Search Results TBATara Tobin Cataldo, MLS • Amy Buhler • Samuel Putnam • Christopher Cyr The time has come for eBooks, or has it? TBAGabrielle Wiersma • Leigh Beauchamp Enter Sandman: Licensing and Procurement Trends TBAKen DiFiore • Eric Sterkel • Elizabeth Lightfoot • Valerie Boulos • Rachel Erb Legacy Missions in Times of Change: Defining and Shaping Collections in the 21st Century TBAAntje Mays • Oya Y. Rieger Library Collections: Creatively Adjusting Budgets to Invest in Open Content TBAJulia Gelfand • Roger C. Schonfeld • Tom Hickerson • Barbara Dewey Print Collections as Battleground? Replacing Conflict with Conversations in the Use of Library Spaces TBAGeorgie Donovan • Michael Meth • Boaz Nadav-Manes • Sarah Tudesco • Brad Warren Putting Your Library Learning Materials to Work: Making Not Just ‘talk of’, but ‘use of’ Your Many Things! TBACharles Lyons • Anaya Jones • Austina Jordan • Timothy Kerber • Kiren Shoman Should you Pay for the Chicken When you can Get It for Free? No longer Life on the Farm as We Know It TBABeth Bernhardt • James King • Sari Frances • Sharon Mattern Büttiker Negotiating with Vendors (Buzzy) TBABuzzy Basch • Marjorie Hlava Three Times the Fun: Reorganizing Acquisitions at Three Academic Libraries TBAAngela Flenner • Heather Gilbert • Ian Robson To the Walrus or the Carpenter? Framing Budget Conversations Around Leadership Types TBAAshley Chase “For some of us are out of breath:” a discussion for newly appointed leaders in collections and technical services TBAAnn Roll • Erika L. Johnson • Jessie Copeland • Sarah McClung • Thea Allen A proposed framework for the evaluation of academic librarian scholarship TBARachel 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) TBAEmilie Littlehales • Michelle Rivera-Spann • George Heart • Donna Shaw From Tech Titans to Brave Open World: Future Scoping the Library TBARick Anderson • Diane Bruxvoort • Ann Gabriel • Carol Hoover • Michael Levine-Clark Josh Nicholson & Scite - New Directions for Research Information TBANancy Herther • Josh Nicholson The Scholarly Kitchen Live - Chat with the Chefs TBAJudy Luther • Todd Carpenter • Joe Esposito • Karin Wulf • David Crotty Working Together to Create a Sustainable Ecology for Open Access Books TBACarolyn Morris • Amy Pawlowski • Peter Potter • Ruth Jones • Brian O'Leary Acting Up! Standards Improv and the Importance of Cross-Stakeholder Collaboration TBAChristine Stohn • Julie Zhu • Athena Hoeppner • Heather Staines The Value of Video: Accessibility, Streaming, and the 21st Century Library TBAKerri Goergen-Doll • Chris Dappen

3:10pm

3:30pm

State of the Academic Library: Results from the 2019 Academic Libraries Survey TBAOren Beit-Arie • Dr. Dennis M Swanson Begin at the beginning: Revamping collection development workflows TBAJennifer Mezick • Elyssa Gould Beyond Journals: Inside Society Archive Collections TBAFelix Lancashire • Alasdair MacLeod • Sarah Pickman Piloting the surge: Streaming Video and Academic Libraries TBAAnita Foster • Joanna Kolendo Revitalizing Library Collections: A Tale of Two Libraries TBABecky Imamoto • Xueying Chen Tip of the Iceberg: Choosing What Shows, Discovering What’s Hidden TBAKaren 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 TBASteve Fallon • Brian Vetruba • Adan Griego Building a Community-owned Resource Sharing Platform TBAAnne McKee • Sebastian Hammer • Nora Dethloff Better Together: How the MIT Libraries and MIT Press are Joining Forces to Increase Openness to Scholarship TBANick Lindsay • Katharine Dunn Bringing Some Stranger Things of Streaming Video up From the Upside Down World: Research Insights from Faculty and Students TBAChristine Fischer • Michael Carmichael Capitulating or Capitalizing, Compromising or Combatting: What is Meaningful Discourse Between Library and Vendor? TBAAshley Chase • Lindsay Cronk • Cris Ferguson • Rachel Fleming • Kristen Twardowski Challenges in Information Literacy: Leading Them to Water, Imploring Them to Drink -- hosting a successful faculty/graduate-student workshop. TBASusan Wald Berkman • Jeff Dougherty • Linda Kopecky Falling Down the Rabbit Hole: Exploring the Unique Partnership between Subject Librarians and Scholarly Communication TBASarah Norris • Sandy Avila • Buenaventura (Ven) Basco Open Infrastructure: The Way Forward for Open Access Monographs TBAEelco Ferwerda • Rupert Gatti • Pierre Mounier • Eileen Joy Professional Learning and 'Inbetween Publishing': The Tasks of the Charleston Briefings TBASteve Weiland • Matthew Ismail Reconciling Civil Rights And Copyrights TBAJack 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!” TBACarl 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 TBAAndrew Nagy • Michelle Colquitt The Big Deal Is Dead! Long Live The Big Deal! TBAStephanie Hess • James Galbraith “The Evolution of Ebook collections: learning something new every day” TBAJack Montgomery • Glenda Alvin Stopwatch Session 2: Systems TBAKendall Bartsch • Nettie Lagace • Jesse Koennecke • Li Ma • Christee Pascale • Seth Porter • Emily Singley

4:25pm

5:30pm

Poster Sessions Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel 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 • Jody Stroh 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

5:45pm

6:20pm

Poster Sessions Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel 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 Determining Allied Health Core Journal Titles: An Updated Evaluation Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRobert Britton 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 S2-12 Be Prepared: Responding to the Unexpected Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelTheresa Liedtka • Michael Bell 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 HotelBill Helman • Julia Caffrey • Elizabeth DeCoster • 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 HotelRob 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

7:00pm

 
Thursday, November 7
 

7:00am

7:30am

8:30am

8:35am

9:15am

9:30am

10:15am

10:45am

Communicating Collections: Strategies for informing library stakeholders of collections budget & management decisions TBAJohn 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 TBAKate Hill • chris posa • Nasser Saleh • Jerry Roche A Comparison and Review of 17 E-book platforms TBAJohn Lavender • Courtney McAllister AI, VR and Other Interactive Content: How Libraries and Classrooms are Using Emerging Tech to Advance Knowledge TBAJolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem • Sam Gustman • Dan Hawkins From Rural Publics to Urban Universities: Implementing Discovery at a Statewide Level TBAClaire Leverett • stephen gilewski • Stephen Brooks Resources for Online Science Courses: How Librarians and Faculty Connect TBAMary Poffenroth • Rachelle McLain • Brian Ryckman • Nathan Welch Six impossible things: Moving KBART into the next decade TBAChristine Stohn • Robert Heaton • Andrée Rathemacher • Noah Levin Something to Talk About: the Intersection of Library Assessment and Collection Diversity TBATimothy Morton • Roxanne Backowski Representation of Atypical Resources in the Discovery Layer: Publisher, Discovery Service Provider, and Library Perspectives TBAJay Holloway • Brian Falato • Jill Blaemers • Linda Kopecky The Textbook Affordability Puzzle: Perspectives from 3 of the Pieces TBAPenny Beile • Sara Duff • Katy Miller Turn Left Here: Developing Roadmaps to Successful Implementation and Beyond TBASandy Srivastava • Rachel Fleming • Johan Tilstra • Vanessa Rusch Accelerating Digital Collaboration and Engagement: Experimenting with Open Communities TBALiz Milewicz • Heather Staines • Katharine Dunn • Catherine Ahearn Behind the Gate: Early Career Researchers’ Motivations for Using ResearchGate TBALisa Hinchliffe • Laurel Post • Morgan Sherlock Is there enough room in that cocoon? Libraries and Societies transforming together TBASunshine J. Carter • Tracey DePellegrin • Curtis Brundy • Stacey Burke Open Web Tools 2019 TBAGary Price • Curtis Michelson The time has come to talk of... who should own scholarly infrastructure? TBAHeather Piwowar • Jason Priem The Time Has Come… For Next-Generation Open Access (OA) Models TBACeleste Feather • Kim Armstrong • Sara Rouhi The World is Our Oyster: Pearls of Cross-Consortial Partnerships Found in a Shared Hyku Repository Service TBAJill Morris • Kirsten Leonard Un-volting our preferences - data security and privacy in a changing library landscape TBABoaz Nadav-Manes • Eric Zematis Stopwatch Session 3: Faculty & Researcher Services TBADebbi Dinkins • Melvin Davis • Melissa Gasparotto • Brianne Dosch • Chioma Ezeri • Eric Resnis • Samuel Bello

11:30am

12:30pm

1:00pm

Displaying Your Impact, Protecting your Patrons: Ethical Use of Library Analytics to Understand User Success (Vendor Perspectives) TBAMichael Levine-Clark • Monica Rysavy • Russell Michalak • John McDonald 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 TBARegina Mays • Rachel Fleming-May • Greg Womac Assessing The Library: An Unquiet History, by Matthew Battles TBAJoyce Dixon-Fyle • Azungwe Kwembe Bridging the Publisher-Library Gap to Solve Selection Challenges TBAEllen Safley • Audrey Marcus • Lisa Nachtigall Do the Right Thing: Sustainability, Values, and Streaming Video TBATrey Shelton • Sarah McCleskey • Alex Hoskyns-Abrahall Evidenced-based Acquisition for Primary Source Content - A New Model for Access and Ownership TBAThomas H. Teper • Cynthia Elliott • Stephanie Church • Teresa Hazen • Holly Talbott • Brian C. Gray • Lisa McDonald It's Time to Look That Gift Horse in the Mouth: Approaches to Managing Gifts TBAKathleen Spring What Exactly Would You Like Tech Services To Do? TBACharlie 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 TBALiya Deng • Stan Trembach From fakes to facts: how librarian can foster critical thinking amoung all students TBAKiren Shoman • Dan Chibnall • Ann Gardner • Sarah Morris Let’s give them something to talk about… Textbook Affordability and OER TBADerek 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 TBAJeff Moyer • Rebecca Hankins • Thai Jones • Chelcie Juliet Rowell • Melissa Stoner Great Expectations: Leading Libraries Through the Minefield of Continuous Change TBADenise D Novak • Corey Seeman Leading from below: Influencing vendors and collection budget decisions as a subject liaison TBASteve Cramer • Cynthia Cronin-Kardon • Min Tong Marketing to Libraries TBABuzzy Basch As we journey towards full OA, are we using the same GPS to map the route? TBALisa Hinchliffe • Carrie Webster Athenaeum - Digital Flames TBAKent Anderson • Karin Wulf Textbooks have many flavors: Understanding the complexities for students, instructors, publishers and libraries TBAJulia Gelfand • John Brennan • Adam Basinger • CJ Ivory What If We Had to Build a New Publishing Ecosystem from Scratch? TBARick Anderson • Dan Morgan • Oliver Gadsby • Reeta Sinha • Courtney Young And It’s Time to Talk About Sustaining Our Scientific Cyberinfrastructure TBAJohn Maxwell • Robert Sandusky • Amy Forrester Stopwatch Sessions 4: E-collections TBAKate Hill • Alexis Linoski • Jenifer Bartle • Tressa Santillo

2:30pm

Documenting students’ research journeys: Students’ experiences searching with Google vs. Yewno’s Discover platform TBAMonica Rysavy • Russell Michalak • Ruth Pickering The Death and Rebirth of Reference Resources: Unpacking what's happening with changing user behaviors TBADamon Zucca • David Tyckoson • Kathryn Earle Drastic times call for drastic measures: Intentionality, outreach, and library leadership in times of financial crisis TBAMark I. Greenberg • Kristin D'Amato • Kristina Edwards • Madeline Kelly Holy Crapronym: The Preponderance of Jargon and Acronyms TBAElizabeth Lightfoot • Alice Eng • Nicole Ameduri Matching made in heaven: collections and metadata collaboration for print preservation TBAAlie Visser • Erin Johnson • Christina Zoricic Strategic Reinvestments of Journal Packages in Today’s Publishing Ecosystem TBARebecca Seger • Amy Pawlowski • Joe Esposito • Maria Lopes • Mihoko Hosoi Trot So Quick: Addressing Budgetary Changes TBAJeff Bailey • Star Holloway Values-based Collection Development Approaches to Ebook Acquisition TBAAngela Carreño • Jill Morris • Charles Watkinson • Emily Farrell Let's get technical: Using tools to increase library visibility and work within the patron workflow TBAJohan Tilstra • Tim O'Neill Never waste a crisis: Re-imagining interlibrary loan as part of the resourcing picture TBARice Majors • Kelly Johnson What the Oysters Learned too Late TBAAudrey Powers • Marc Powers Cabbages, Kings, and Curriculum: Bridging LIS Education and New Practices in Librarianship TBAJill Grogg • Rachel Fleming-May Lessons from ITHAKA S+R on Research Practices in the Disciplines: What Have We Learned? What Should We Do? TBASteve 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 TBDJohn Dove • N V Sathayaranaya Preprints - Why Librarians Should Care TBASusan K. Kendall • Rachel Burley • Naomi Penfold Public and Private, Two West Coast Perspectives: Offering Faculty Grant Funding for Open Textbook Initiatives TBAJean-Gabriel Bankier • Karen Bjork • Michele Gibney Society Sustainability - Funding the Society Mission TBAPatrick Franzen • Brett Rubenstein • Julie Gill • Lauren Kane “…of research workflows - and changing roles - and the challenges it brings” TBAAnne Rauh • Vincent Cassidy • Emily Hart Introducing the Coalition for Seamless Access: delivering a simpler, privacy-preserving access experience TBAJohn Felts • Tim Lloyd • Emily Singley Applying Negotiation Strategies to Career Bargaining TBACourtney McAllister • Austina Jordan • Erin Luckett • Melissa Lockaby Stopwatch Session 5: Collection Assessment TBAAndy Breeding • Alicia Willson-Metzger • Hannah Pearson • Anna Milholland • Keri Prelitz

3:10pm

3:30pm

Beyond ROI: Expanding data analysis to develop a strategy for transformation TBAMathew Willmott Collection Assessment and the Impact of Digital Availability on Print Usage TBAThomas H. Teper • Shirleanne Ackerman Gahan Two Flavors of EZproxy Analytics: How Emory University and OCLC Implemented Solutions for EZproxy Log Analysis TBAChristopher Palazzolo • Jessie Copeland • Hank Sway Change – Watch for the Right Time: Structuring Collections Budgets to Meet Current and Future Needs TBACaryl Ward • Jill Dixon • John Blosser Documentation Worth Making, Values Worth Fighting For: A Vision for Next Generation Collection Policies TBAAnne Rauh • Lindsay Cronk • Kelly Durkin Ruth Embrace the Hive Mind: Engaging ILL and Research Services in Unsubscribed and OA Content Discovery TBAJessica Rigg • Rebecca Hunnicutt If we buy it, they will come... right? Developing and implementing a market program in academic libraries TBASusan Wald Berkman • Allyson Rodriguez • Michelle Rivera-Spann Popular Reading Collections and Academia... The time has come to talk about it! TBASusanna Smith • Skye Hardesty • Christopher Boyd • Kathy Marks Primary Rights and the Inequalities of E-Book Access TBARoen Janyk, MLIS • Arielle Lomness Resource Discovery in a Changing Content World TBACynthia 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 TBAElizabeth Siler • Amanda Binder • Lindsey Sprague Through the Looking Glass: Measuring Value in the Nontraditional Database Market TBACynthia Cronin-Kardon • George Machovec • Ryan Phillips • 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 TBACorey Seeman • Kristi Ward • Jason Sokoloff • Jo Ann Henson Do you talk to your VPR? Building relationships with the research office TBAChuck Eckman • Nadav Doron • Maggie Farrell • Kenning Arlitsch MIT Press Direct and University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection: First Year Lessons Learned and Future Prospects TBDEmily Farrell • Sharla Lair • Lanell White Publication Ethics: The challenges in arts, humanities, and social sciences and what this means for librarians TBAClaire Sewell • Jennifer McMillan Start From Where You Are: Key Considerations for Approaching Open Access TBAColleen Campbell • Gwen Evans Is Blockchain the new frontier for scholarly publishing? TBADarrell W. Gunter • TBD OER in the Real World: Challenges of Discovery and Adoption TBAElizabeth Novicki • Kyle Denlinger • Andrea Eastman-Mullins Publisher Platforms and NISO’s PIE-J: Working Together to Improve E-Journal Access TBASarah (Sally) Glasser • Julie Zhu • Helen Duce Stopwatch Sessions 6: Acquisitions TBAEdward Lener • Thomas Karel • Jennifer Young • Jacquelyn Hart • Nicole Wood

4:30pm

5:30pm

6:30pm

9:30pm

 
Friday, November 8
 

7:30am

8:30am

9:45am

10:30am

10:45am

11:45am

12:45pm