2012 Online Conference Sessions
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Several #erl12 sessions are free to access. You only need an HTML 5 browser or i-device to watch. Check back for more content next week as we gear up for the 2013 conference.
–Opening Keynote by Andrea Resmini
–All You Can ERMS: Laying Out the Buffet of eResource Management Systems
–The Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP): helping libraries measure use and impact*
–The Textbook Affordability Crisis and the Academic Library: Exploring Alternatives
–Next Steps in Transforming Academic Libraries: Radical Redesign to Mainstream E-Resource Management
–Coming to a desk near you: The Millennials!
–Electronic Resources Workflow Analysis and Process Improvement
–Designing a Copyright Outreach Program for Your Campus
–Contract License Agreement – From sales to licensing as acquisitions
–Collaborative Marketing for Electronic Resources
–Challenging the Big Deal: A Case Study From The UK
–Working Remotely: two perspectives on telecommuting
–Trials by Juries: Suggested Practices for Database Trials
–Understanding the Future: The Next Wave of User Data Analysis
–Taking Guesswork out of Demand-Driven Acquisition: Two Approaches
–Knockdown/Dragout – Web-scale Discovery Service vs. Niche Databases: Data-Driven Evaluation Methods
–A Penny Spent is a Penny Saved
–The Future of ERM Workflow Support and License Expression Data Standards
–ERM Workflow and Communication Panel
–”We’re Looking Into It” — Enhancing service using a cohesive e-resource troubleshooting workflow.
–eBook Preservation: Challenges and Opportunities for Enhanced and Dynamic Content
–Reducing information loss when the electronic resources librarian resigns.
–Successfully integrating an eBook DDA service with your existing collection management strategy
–Identity Management and Federated Authentication for Institutional Administrators
–Consortia on Trial: In Defense of the Shared ebook
–Inventing the Future with Ex Libris Alma: A Tale of Boston College Libraries
–Just-in-Time versus Just-in-Case: How demand-driven acquisition can impact collections and scholarly publishing
–Does the use of e-books impact the use of p-books: A multi-year assessment
–Conference Closing Presentation
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