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Friday, November 7 • 12:45pm - 2:00pm
What You Need To Know About Moving Collections and Acquisitions Into An E-Dominant Model!

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Two different University of Maryland Libraries will discuss how they have moved to an e-dominant model, the reasons why, and the new acquisitions strategies libraries can use in crafting an e-dominant collection. Whether you are from a large ARL library like University of Maryland, College Park (UMD) or a non-traditional online university like University of Maryland University College (UMUC), participants can expect to learn a myriad of strategies for taking advantage of the new acquisitions environment and rethinking how to build collections in an e-dominant world. At UMD College Park, adopting an e-dominant model has been a gradual change over time, allowing the library staff to develop new ideas about collection development and experiment with new tools and techniques for acquiring and managing the libraries’ collection. As these changes have unfolded over time, staff began to develop a more comprehensive and holistic picture, becoming more aware of how their own work with e-resources impacts our colleagues, our patrons, and the wider library community. At the UMUC Library, the electronic resources management staff developed an e-model initiative that represents a fundamental shift for electronic resources management at UMUC. Electronic resources have become a critical, important, and fully integrated component in course development for the university and this is driving the direction of collection development for the Library. The main thrust of this shift has been the establishment of an E-Resources Initiative to replace the use of textbooks in print with e-resources, primarily open access, embedded within the learning management system (LMS) course modules. Attendees will have the chance to share their own experiences, and presenters will encourage audience members to identify strategies and/or challenges that might be new to all of us.

Speakers
avatar for Lenore England

Lenore England

Assistant Director, Electronic Resources Management, University of Maryland University College
Lenore England is Assistant Director for Electronic Resources Management (ERM) at the University of Maryland University College. She has co-chaired several University of System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI) ERM task groups and committees and does fundraising for ALCTS and ALA. She received the 2012 Coutts Award for Innovation in ERM.
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Geraldine Foudy

Manager of Collections, University of Maryland, College Park
Gerri Foudy is Manager of Collections at the University of Maryland at College Park Libraries.  In this position she oversees the Libraries' collection budget, approval plans, and vendor negotiations as well as working with a team on a major collection realignment project.  Prior to this positon, she served as the Head of the Social Sciences Team and was the subject librarian liaison for Government and Politics, Public Policy, and Law... Read More →
avatar for (Lila) Angie Ohler

(Lila) Angie Ohler

Head of Acquisitions, University of Maryland, College Park
(Lila) Angie Ohler is Head of Acquisitions for the University of Maryland Libraries at College Park. She is responsible for the licensing, acquisition, and management of all library resources, including books and journals in both electronic and print formats. A professional librarian for the last 11 years, her career coincides with the rise of electronic resources in academic libraries, and her publications focus on how libraries have managed... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 12:45pm - 2:00pm
Cypress South, Courtyard Marriott 125 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401