Loading…
avatar for Margaret Mukooza

Margaret Mukooza

Morris College
Head Librarian
Sumter, SC
Anything in the academic world. Right now academic libraries in South Carolina are in the process of migrating our library systems to a shared library services platform, Ex Libris' Almo Primo-- this is what's on my mind most of the time.
Monday, November 4
 

7:00am EST

 
Tuesday, November 5
 

9:00am EST

10:30am EST

12:00pm EST

2:30pm EST

4:00pm EST

 
Wednesday, November 6
 

7:15am EST

8:15am EST

8:20am EST

10:45am EST

11:30am EST

2:00pm EST

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 The time has come for eBooks, or has it? Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterGabrielle Wiersma • Leigh Beauchamp 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 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 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 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 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 The Value of Video: Accessibility, Streaming, and the 21st Century Library Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelKerri Goergen-Doll • Chris Dappen • Ryan Wilkins

3:10pm EST

3:30pm EST

5:30pm EST

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 S1-04 Talking of many things: dashboards for reference services decision making Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelHui Hua Chua • Rachel M. Minkin S1-05 Statistical Stories: Visualizing Usage Statistics with Tableau Public Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelKathy Gehring • Lori Looney S1-07 Acquiring Teamwork: Resource lifecycles utilizing Alma and each other Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJaclyn Parrott 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 S1-13 Deselection Dilemma: Incorporating Faculty Voices in Monograph Deselection Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelLev Rickards 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 S1-19 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 EST

6:20pm EST

7:00pm EST

 
Thursday, November 7
 

7:30am EST

8:30am EST

8:35am EST

10:15am EST

10:45am EST

1:00pm EST

2:30pm EST

3:10pm EST

3:30pm EST

 
Friday, November 8
 

7:30am EST

9:45am EST

10:30am EST

10:45am EST

12:45pm EST