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Thursday, November 6
 

11:30am

Beyond the ‘Cool’ Factor: Which New Technology Driven Products Will Really Meet Your Needs? Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Building Capacity in Your Library for Research Data Management Support (Or What We Learned from Offering to Review DMPs) Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Collection Development, E-Resources, and Meeting the Needs of People with Disabilities Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites Developing a Weighted Collection Development Allocation Formula Drayton Room, Francis Marion Hotel Digital and Physical: Co-evolving Formats in Today’s Research Libraries Laurens Room, Francis Marion Hotel Earnestly Seeking Greater Flexibility: The Pros and Cons of Pay-Per-View Journal Access Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott How Libraries Use Publisher Metadata Redux Cypress South, Courtyard Marriott Improving the Library Research Skills of Graduate Students & Postdocs: Perspectives from a Librarian and a Former Postdoc Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott ISNI and Contributor Disambiguation Room 122, Addlestone Library Just a Click Away: One Academic Library's Experience with Patron-driven Streaming Video Licensing Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel Print Reference: Is It Dead Yet? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Real Time Acquisition Workflows- Vendors & Libraries Panel Cypress North, Courtyard Marriott Successful E-Resource Acquisitions: Looking Beyond Selecting, Ordering, Paying and Receiving to Discovery and Access Pinckney Room, Francis Marion Hotel The Big Shift: How VCU Libraries Moved 1.5 Million Volumes to Prepare for the Construction of a New Library Citadel Green Room, Embassy Suites The Buck Stops Here: Assessing the Value of E-book Subscriptions at Columbia University Libraries Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott The Signal and the Noise: Libraries and Institutional Data Analytics Room 227, Addlestone Library You Got Surveyed! Real-time Polling on the Landscape of Use-Driven Acquisition Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel

2:15pm

Are We There Yet? A Longitudinal Study of the Student E-Book Experience Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Building a Shared Print Repository – Managing a Shared Collection Cypress North, Courtyard Marriott Collections are Important; Let’s Assess them Earnestly! Room 122, Addlestone Library Deploying Mendeley to Support Research Collaboration Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott Developing a Digital-First Ebook Program Room 227, Addlestone Library Engrossed, Enraged, Engaged: Empowering Faculty in Transforming Scholarly Communication Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel Libraries Leading the Way on the ‘Textbook Problem’ Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Library of Congress Recommended Format Specifications Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Moving Librarian Collecting from Good to Great: Results from the First Year of a Library Liaison Collaborative Monograph Purchasing Project Cypress South, Courtyard Marriott One System, Different Expectations: The User at the Center of Discovery Laurens Room, Francis Marion Hotel Out of the Basement: Impact of Video on New Library Resources and Library Collections and Services Pinckney Room, Francis Marion Hotel Resource Discovery in the Age of Wikipedia: How Libraries Can Expose their Collections on the World's Most Visited Reference Site Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott Shotgun Session Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel Taming the Wilde: Collaborating with Expertise for Faster, Better, Smarter Collection Analysis Drayton Room, Francis Marion Hotel The Haves and Have Nots: Sophisticated Cross Institutional Analysis Techniques that Support Budget Justifications Citadel Green Room, Embassy Suites Two Years In and We Are Still Head Over Heels About Our Head in the Clouds: 100% PDA and No Approval Plan Parkview Room, Francis Marion Hotel University Presses and Libraries: An 80/20 Rule? Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites Which Data Quality is Needed and Affordable? Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott

3:15pm

Cooperative Collection Development Requires Access: SALToC -- A Low-Tech, High-Value Distributed Online Project for Article-Level Discovery in Print-Only Journals Room 122, Addlestone Library Don't Leave the Faculty at the Station: Introducing Faculty to Collection Development Grants Drayton Room, Francis Marion Hotel Evolution of Mobile Device Use in Clinical Settings Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel From Silos to (Archives)Space: Moving Legacy Finding Aids Online as a Multi-Department Library Collaboration Parkview Room, Francis Marion Hotel Good Things Come In Small Packages: Getting the Most from Shared Print Retention and Cooperative Collection Development with a Small Group of Libraries Cypress North, Courtyard Marriott How Can Libraries, Publishers, and Vendors Work Together to Prevent Abuse? Laurens Room, Francis Marion Hotel How Does Ebook Adoption Vary By Discipline? What Humanists, Social Scientists and Scientists Say They Want (A LibValue Study) Auditorium, Science and Mathematics Building (Rm 129) Metadata Challenges in Library Discovery Systems Cypress South, Courtyard Marriott Mobile Access – What the Library Wants: Mobiles as Discovery Enhancers Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites Open Access for Data Sets Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott Opening Open Access: Exposing Digital Images Collections with Ease Room 227, Addlestone Library Owning the Discovery Experience for Your Patrons Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Preservation of Audio-Visual Collections and Modern Storage Media Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Shotgun Session Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel So Now What? Realizing the Potential of the Press in the Library Citadel Green Room, Embassy Suites Streamlining and Advancing Collection Development with GOBI: Bringing Your Collection Into the 21st Century Pinckney Room, Francis Marion Hotel Success Strategies for Content Discovery: A Cross-Industry White Paper Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Swets: What Is Going On In Our Industry? Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott Why the Resistance? Trends and Results from a Collaborative Survey on E-book Usage Across Eight Academic Institutions Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott
 
Friday, November 7
 

11:30am

Bringing the Global Open Knowledgebase to Life: Development, Data Collection, and Integrations Laurens Room, Francis Marion Hotel Evidence-Based eBook Purchasing: Results and Implications from a Consortia-Publisher Initiative Cypress South, Courtyard Marriott Extreme Sharing: The Manhattan Research Library Initiative (MaRLI) Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Filling the Physical or the Virtual Stacks? Assessing the Value of Electronic Course Adopted Books in Comparison with their Print Counterparts. Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott Gift-Gaining: Ideas for Effective Gift Processing Bridgeview Room, Francis Marion Hotel How Users’ Perceptions of E-Books Have Changed – or Not: Comparing Parallel Survey Responses Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel Mediated Demand Driven Acquisition: Method or Madness? Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel Privacy in the Digital Age: Publishers, Libraries and Higher Education Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites Putting your Patrons in the Driver's Seat: Online Video Use, PDA, and ROI Cypress North, Courtyard Marriott ROAD: A New Free Service for Identifying and Selecting OA Scholarly Resources Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott Self Published Content and Approval Plans : An Open Discussion of Best Practices in Identifying Self Publishing Services and Content for Libraries Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Subject Liaison’s Guide to the Backroom: What Every New Liaison Needs to Know About Technical Services Processes Room 227, Addlestone Library Sustainability, not Profitability: the Future of Scholarly Monographs and STL Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel The Importance of Being Resourceful: One Library’s Assessment Adventure Pinckney Room, Francis Marion Hotel The Importance of PESC – an emerging NISO Recommended Practice Drayton Room, Francis Marion Hotel We’re E-Preferred. Why Did We Get That Book in Print? Citadel Green Room, Embassy Suites “Happiness is…Library Automation:” The Rhetoric of Early Library Automation and the Future of Discovery and Academic Libraries Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott “Hey, I Didn't Order This!”: How to Review Donations from Self-Published Authors Room 122, Addlestone Library

2:15pm

A Fund Allocation Process: Employing a Use Factor Room 227, Addlestone Library Adding e-Preferred Approvals & DDA to the Mix Bridgeview Room, Francis Marion Hotel Adios to Paper Journals – Removed and Recycled – One Mile Long and 75 Tons Cypress South, Courtyard Marriott Covering Down Under: Books from Australia and New Zealand: What North American Librarians Should Know Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott Evidence Based Collection Models: Not Your Traditional DDA Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott From Collection Development to Content Development: Organization and Staffing for the 21st Century Laurens Room, Francis Marion Hotel Humanities E-Book Usage on a Global Scale Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Journals Without Borders: The Next Emerging Academic Markets Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel No Crystal Ball: Planning for Certain Future Cuts when the Future is Uncertain Cypress North, Courtyard Marriott Patron Driven Acquisition: What Do We Know of our Patrons? Room 122, Addlestone Library Scholarly eBooks in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Longitudinal Assessment of Project Muse/UPCC eBooks at Emory, Harvard, and Yale Pinckney Room, Francis Marion Hotel Shotgun Session Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel Speaking Our Piece: Librarians and Publishers on Their Relationship in the STM Market Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott The Devil is in the Details: Managing the Growth of Streaming Media in Library Collections Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites The Future of Reading and Academic Libraries Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Using Analytic Tools to Help Improve Collection Strategy and Engage the Research Enterprise Citadel Green Room, Embassy Suites Vendor Negotiations - More Secrets Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel Why Subscribe to eBooks? Drayton Room, Francis Marion Hotel

3:15pm

"Punctuality is the thief of time:” The Earnest Pursuit of Social Media in the Library Auditorium, Science and Mathematics Building (Rm 129) Back in Control: Game-Changing Model for Collection Development Pinckney Room, Francis Marion Hotel Coming Together: Successful Press, Library, Vendor Content Collaboration: A Case Study Room 122, Addlestone Library Cost Impact in Managing the Transition to Open Access Model Laurens Room, Francis Marion Hotel Data Analysis from Consortial DDA Programs Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott Free eBooks for the Classroom? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel Help Your Researchers Get the Credit They Deserve: A Panel Discussion Cypress South, Courtyard Marriott How Do Librarians Prefer to Access Collections? Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel How Is That Going to Work, Part II: Acquisitions Challenges and Opportunities in a Shared ILS Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel It's Not Just About Weeding: Using Collaborative Collection Analysis to Develop Consortial Collections Room 227, Addlestone Library Libraries: Thought Emporia for Reshaping Ourselves and Society in the 21st Century Parkview Room, Francis Marion Hotel Meeting Researchers Where They Are Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott Reinforcing the Role of the Library: Communicating Value, Increasing Access and Knowledge Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites Relax, Be Earnest: Marketing a Serials Deselection Project Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott SELF-e 101: A Lesson for Academic Libraries In Connecting Self-Published Authors and Readers Citadel Green Room, Embassy Suites Successful Library Curriculum Integration Room 138/140, Science and Mathematics Building The Future of the Library: A Reading of The Library Beyond the Book (2014) by J.T. Schnapp and M. Battles Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel The Importance of Being Earnest: Marrying COUNTER Statistics to Inter-Library Loan Data to Produce a Sincere Collection Management Device Cypress North, Courtyard Marriott You've Licensed It. Now What? Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel