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13th Annual Conference | March 4-7, 2018 | Austin, Texas & Online

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Monday, March 5
 

2:00pm

Attended Poster Session in Exhibit Hall Exhibit Hall EP01: Open Source Hardware (OSH) Internet of Things (IoT) Door Counter Exhibit HallMuriel Green EP02: E-resource Metadata Workflows: Scaling Back to Scale Up Exhibit HallAlissa Hafele P01: For the Faculty: Resource Management Explained Exhibit HallJoanne Romano MLS P02: The Library is the Brand: Managing the Library Brand Across E-Resource Platforms Exhibit HallSusan Marcin P03: The Tending of Open Access Journals: Is Content At Risk? Exhibit HallElizabeth Lightfoot P04: Summon to Primo: Changing Systems, Changing Workflows Exhibit HallKerry Walton P05: Do You Have it All?: Creating Your Own Core Journals Lists for Program Reviews & Collection Assessments Exhibit HallAmy Castillo P06: Ebook Purchasing Models: Comparing DDA selected and Librarian purchased eBooks at the University of Mississippi Libraries Exhibit HallKristin Rogers P07: Beyond the Article: PubMed Central as Dataset and Data Discovery Resource Exhibit HallKathryn Funk P08: Using MUSTIE Criteria for Collection Assessment of Curriculum Materials and Children's Books at East Stroudsburg University - a PASSHE Institution Exhibit HallAllyson Wind P09: Utilizing open source and budget friendly tools to improve issue reporting workflows for e-resources Exhibit HallChristina Beis P10: Life after EZproxy: A case study of OpenAthens implementation Exhibit HallAnne Heimann P11: Mapping Help Tickets to Lasell College, Brennan Library's E-resource Access Chain Exhibit HallHolly Anne Talbott P12: No COUNTER, No Problem: electronic resource assessment in the absence of COUNTER data. Exhibit HallAmanda Bielskas • Katherine Brooks P13: Canary in the Coal Mine: Utilizing Interlibrary Loan Requests to Monitor eResource Access Exhibit HallRenna Redd