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Linda Walton

University of Iowa
PI Regon 6 & NAPC
Iowa City, IA
Monday, November 4
 

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Tuesday, November 5
 

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Wednesday, November 6
 

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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 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 HotelWeb of Science 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 “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 Developing open access partnerships and transformative agreements Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterJen Maurer • Rice Majors • Mathew Willmott • Andrew Sykes

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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 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 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 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

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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 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 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 The Big Deal Is Dead! Long Live The Big Deal! Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterStephanie Hess • James Galbraith

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Thursday, November 7
 

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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 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 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 Society Sustainability - Funding the Society Mission Salon II, Gaillard CenterPatrick Franzen • Brett Rubinstein • Julie Gill • Lauren Kane Stopwatch Session 5: Collection Assessment Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterBobby Hollandsworth • Andy Breeding • Alicia Willson-Metzger • Hannah Pearson • Anna Milholland • Keri Prelitz

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Friday, November 8
 

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