Who should attend ER&L?
You belong at ER&L if you are a professional—vendor, service provider, publisher, library professional—working in eresources management and digital services. If you hold one of these job titles or work with people who do, ER&L is the right place for you:
What is ER&L’s focus?
Have you been an eresources professional working and problem solving in these areas? Yep, us too. Our focus is clear by our tracks. You should expect to see the most current updates, best lessons learned and detailed challenges discussed in every session supporting these focus areas.
Managing e-Resources in Libraries Collection Development and Assessment Workflow & Organizations External & User Relationships Emerging & Future Technologies Scholarly Communication & Licensing Library as Publisher
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What can I expect to learn at ER&L?
If you are interested in improving your organization’s workflows, making more informed buying decisions, learning from your peers, and gaining insight into products as a vendor or as a buyer you must attend ER&L online or in person. Click here to view our most recent program
Why should eresources-focused vendors attend ER&L?
ER&L is a high concentration of engaged, smart and active buyers with a lot of feedback to share for vendors in the following areas:
Association Publishers Discovery tools e-book Publishers e-content sellers ERMS ERMS Implementation Services Discovery tools Information Services Companies Journal Publishers Publishers Scholarly Publishers Serials Management
Vendors who have been at ER&L know that niche conferences provide vendors with more direct contact to their current and prospective customers. Many vendors are participating as presenters, as well as exhibiting/ sponsoring at ER&L.