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Sunday, March 4
 

11:00am

Registration Open

Sunday March 4, 2018 11:00am - 9:00pm
Registration Desk

1:00pm

W02: Advanced Licensing & Copyright – Juggling Negotiation, Management, and Compliance
License agreements and copyright law have a great impact on how we acquire, manage and use digital content. This workshop is designed to help attendees advance their knowledge of the legal framework that supports the acquisition and management of this content using typical electronic resource management (ERM) scenarios. Presenters will provide an overview of copyright and contract law, and discuss how common library and academic uses are allowed under each. Specific topics to be covered include negotiation tips and issue spotting in contracts; how to interpret and translate contract terms to common library service points; how to respond to contract breaches; and technical implementation related to contract compliance. Using a “flipped classroom” model, attendees will be assigned some basic theoretical reading on copyright law and licensing prior to the workshop, in preparation for group exercises and hands-on activities.  Attendees will have an opportunity to express the most significant challenges that they face at their own institutions for group analysis and discussion.


This workshops will be available to in-person attendees only and requires an additional ticket. It will not be available via the Online Conference. 

Speakers
avatar for Joan Emmet, MLS, JD

Joan Emmet, MLS, JD

Licensing & Copyright Librarian, Yale University Library
Joan Emmet is the Licensing and Copyright Librarian at the Yale University Library (YUL). Joan heads up the License Review Team at the library comprised of librarians and technical staff who manage the negotiation and workflow of Yale’s numerous licenses for electronic resources. In addition, Joan reviews a variety of other types of contracts and agreements for the library and serves as copyright adviser within the YUL system. She has worked with Yale researchers to draft author-centric publisher agreements and contributes copyright guidance for the library’s digital publishing platform... Read More →
avatar for Monica Moore

Monica Moore

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Notre Dame
Monica is an electronic resources librarian at the University of Notre Dame. She earned her master's degree in library and information science from Syracuse University.


Sunday March 4, 2018 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 203

1:00pm

W05: So Now It’s Your Job to Fix This: Learning How to Troubleshoot E-Resource Problems
Taking over E-Resources management? Broadening your skills for a job search? This workshop is designed to give attendees the basic tools to identify, resolve, and track a variety of electronic resource access issues, from simple to complex.  It will begin by introducing attendees to the different elements involved in making an online resource accessible to users and then describe the common ways in which the components can break. The presenters will bring case studies and real-life examples to demonstrate what participants can expect once they’re professional e-resources troubleshooters. Using hands-on activities and drawing on the vast experience of the presenters, the workshop will walk through how to the details of how each system  component functions, so that attendees can ascertain for themselves the cause of sample  access problems. After learning how to diagnose an issue, attendees will learn the steps needed to fully resolve the issue, how (and to whom) to communicate regarding the resolution, and the importance of tracking all this activity for future use.  Participants will be able to take away practical techniques and skills that they can immediately put into practice in their own work environments. The presenters currently work in an OCLC WMS/WorldCat Discovery consortial  environment, but have experience running SFX, 360 Link, Primo, EDS, and SirsiDynix Symphony from previous institutions, so the workshop is intended to cover issues faced in those systems as well.

This workshops will be available to in-person attendees only and requires an additional ticket. It will not be available via the Online Conference. 

Speakers
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Vanessa French

Electronic Resources Librarian, Butler University
avatar for Josh Petrusa

Josh Petrusa

Assoc. Dean for Collections & Digital Services, Butler University Libraries



Sunday March 4, 2018 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 105
  • ERL 101 Programming Yes

1:00pm

W01: Video without Fear: What You Must Know
Collecting audiovisual content can be intimidating. There are so many decisions to be made: will you acquire physical, or streaming formats? What licensing model works best for your library? How will your patrons access the content? What must you know about copyright, exemptions, fair use, and DRM? How can you make the most impact while working within your budget?

In this workshop you will learn how you can apply what you already know about e-resources acquisitions to audiovisual collecting. The instructors will highlight best practices for making collection decisions for audiovisual content, focusing on models for purchase or licensing and budget optimization when acquiring these resources for your users. The instructors will cover:

  • Copyright considerations (and how they affect acquisition decisions)
  • Collection development policies that respect financial and institutional priorities
  • Licensing and purchase options for physical and digital formats
  • Technological considerations including hosting content, accessibility challenges (on-off campus, multiple browsers/devices), and streaming platform features
  • Assessment techniques for evaluating audiovisual resources in terms of hard costs (dollars) as well as soft (time)
  • The future of audiovisual collections, including challenges that arise when new audiovisual content is not available for institutional purchase or licensing.

During this workshop, you will have multiple opportunities to apply your new knowledge in practical situations. Participants will analyze common copyright scenarios, begin to draft a collection development policy, review sample license agreements, and compare reporting features of common platforms. Time for discussion and questions will be built in to each segment.


This workshops will be available to in-person attendees only and requires an additional ticket. It will not be available via the Online Conference. 

Speakers
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Laura Jenemann

Communication, Media and Film Librarian, Boston University
avatar for Sarah E. McCleskey

Sarah E. McCleskey

Head of Resource and Collection Services, Hofstra University
Copyright, resource sharing, streaming video, weeding, collection analysis


Sunday March 4, 2018 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 202

1:00pm

W03: Getting Started with MarcEdit 7: New Tools, New Models, New Automation Opportunities
MarcEdit 7 represents the next generation in the MarcEdit application development.  Over the course of six months, MarcEdit has been redeveloped and reimagined to allow for greater automation, data manipulation, and integration opportunities.  MarcEdit 7 development focused on:

  • Simplifying workflows and help
  • A focus on software accessibility
  • Deeper integrations with OCLC and the existing next generation ILS ecosystem
  • Development of new global editing tools
  • Support for working direction with knowledge-graphs and semantic data
  • Development of new paradigms for crosswalking metadata

At its core, this workshop will focus on editing library data…specifically how attendees can quickly create, editing, and modify large batches of library data.  The workshop will put a premium on automation, looking at ways in which users can automate workflows and processes.  At the same time, given the recent release of MarcEdit 7, the workshop will highlight many of the new tools like the new metadata profiler to enable simplified non-MARC to MARC (or non-MARC) transformations and the new data clustering functionality designed to help make sense of messy data, as well as enhancements to the linked data toolkit.  Working with real-data, and answering real-world problems, the workshop will seek to provide attendees with the knowledge and necessary toolkit to enhance and improve their processes at their home institutions.

This workshops will be available to in-person attendees only and requires an additional ticket. It will not be available via the Online Conference. 

Speakers
avatar for Terry Reese

Terry Reese

Head of Digital Initiatives, The Ohio State University Libraries
Terry Reese, Head of Digital Initiatives at The Ohio State University Libraries, oversees the development and implementation of digital library services. Terry has been an active researcher and participant in the library development community since 1999, working on a wide range o... Read More →



Sunday March 4, 2018 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 101
  • ERL 101 Programming Yes

5:00pm

UT Libraries + ER&L Welcome Reception
We'l be screening the Oscars preshow/ red carpet, beginning at 5:30pm Central (local) time. 

Sunday March 4, 2018 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Zlotnik Family Ballroom Lobby
 
Monday, March 5
 

7:00am

Morning Yoga – Mixed Levels Vinyasa

Mixed Levels Vinyasa

This flowing class links movement to breath through a full range of poses, with options for beginners and experience students alike.

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Join us for morning yoga as a part of Wellness @ ER&L sponsored by Springer Nature.

Yoga mats and towels will be in available.  

New to yoga?  No need for expensive yoga gear, just comfy clothes that you can stretch in. No shoes are worn during yoga. Try not to eat for two hours leading up to your class. Feel free to bring water bottles.


Speakers
avatar for Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Teaching since 2016, Vinyasa Yoga
Lauren's yoga practice began in 2004.  She played a variety of sports in high school and college. She began to have a need for something in addition to her physicality that would include a sense of spirituality and inner peace. It wasn't until 2011 that Lauren realized yoga was becoming an area of deep seated fulfillment in her life... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for Springer Nature

Springer Nature

Springer Nature is a new force in research, professional and educational publishing. Every day around the globe, our imprints, books, journals, and resources reach millions of people - helping students to learn, researchers and scientists to discover, and professionals to achieve their goals and ambitions. We see it as our role to challenge the status quo on our... Read More →



Monday March 5, 2018 7:00am - 7:45am
Room 107

7:00am

Breakfast
Monday March 5, 2018 7:00am - 9:00am
Tejas Dining Room

7:00am

Registration Open
Monday March 5, 2018 7:00am - 7:00pm
Registration Desk

9:00am

Content Standards and Their Consequences: How Platform Power is Reshaping Global Communications Policy
FREE KEYNOTE VIDEO (live & archived version)

Recent concerns about the rise of “fake news” have spurred debates about what constitutes “good” or “bad” information, and who gets to define these standards. Although platforms like Google, Facebook, Twitter (and others) are reluctant to be the “arbiters of truth,” their role as the de-facto distribution system for all news media has made them powerful entities in deciding what content should be prioritized over their networks--or removed altogether. In this talk, Robyn Caplan explores how platforms, and the incentives underpinning their algorithmic and data-driven systems, already shape how news media content is produced, classified, distributed, and amplified online. Her talk will explore how tech utopian discourse and legal regimes established in the 1990s, led to the current moment, where the law has positioned platform companies as reluctant governors of speech spanning multiple jurisdictions and media formats. Yet, the power platforms hold is increasingly contested. As Caplan shows, governments and professional associations are challenging platforms' disavowal of their own power, but even these interventions face limitations as platform power continues to grow.

Keynote Speaker Details

VIDEO


Speakers
avatar for Robyn Caplan

Robyn Caplan

Researcher, Data & Society Research Institute
Robyn Caplan is a Researcher at Data & Society, and a doctoral candidate at Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information Studies under the supervision of Professor Philip Napoli. Her most recent research explores how the concept of the ‘public interest’ in media policy has been reconfigured through algorithmic and data-driven technologies currently underpinning news media production, consumption, and distribution. Previously she was a Fellow at the GovLab at NYU, as well as at the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers, and a 2015 Milton Wolf Emerging Scholar for the Center for Global Communication Studies at UPenn, Annenberg. Robyn received her MA from NYU in Media, Culture and Communication, and her B.Sc from the University of Toronto. Follow... Read More →


Monday March 5, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
Salon 4
  • Online Conference Live

10:00am

Break with Exhibitors

Monday March 5, 2018 10:00am - 10:45am
Exhibit Hall

10:00am

Exhibit Hall Open 10:00am - 7:30pm

Monday March 5, 2018 10:00am - 7:30pm
Exhibit Hall

10:45am

S007: Did we buy this? Untangling which materials are licensed with the help of modern technology
A trouble report for an e-book comes in, but there’s no title list in the contract.  Or maybe this e-journal is bundled with that one?  The OhioLINK consortium has developed a tool tracking contracts, licensed materials, and participating libraries over time.  This is our answer to: Did we buy this?

Speakers
avatar for Joanna Voss

Joanna Voss

Collections Analyst, OhioLINK


Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 204

10:45am

S003: The Elephant: Feeling Our Way in the Business of Academic Books
The rise of ebooks, and other factors, have utterly changed the environment, in what was once a stable world, for anyone involved in the buying or selling of academic books.  In this session an academic librarian, a university press publisher, and a vendor/aggregator will discuss their own particular dynamics. 

Speakers
BN

Bob Nardini

VP Library Services, Books, ProQuest
CN

Carey Newman

Director, Baylor University Press
Baylor University Press
avatar for Darby Orcutt

Darby Orcutt

Assistant Head, Collections & Research Strategy, NCSU Libraries
interdisciplinary research | TDM/ computational research - negotiations and agreements | library liaison roles | user-driven collections strategies



Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Salon 5

10:45am

S008: Merging and Meshing Data in Collections: Finding Measures to Demonstrate an Academic Library’s Positive Value
This presentation will cover a major cost-per-use project completed at The University of Alabama Libraries and will discuss the challenges of managing such a large project. Included points are data silos, data integrity, differing spend factors and differing usage metrics.

Speakers
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Alice Daugherty

Coordinator of Acq & E-Resources, The University of Alabama


Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 105

10:45am

S002: Limits of Discovery Systems for Users
There is no shortage in the academic literature about the value of discovery tools and how "we done it good." This presentation will focus on interviews conducted during 2017 across 12 academic institutions and highlight the possiblity that all is perhaps not right in the world of discovery tools 

Speakers
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Nicholas Wyant

Head, Social Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington


Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Salon 4

10:45am

S004: A Collaborative Approach to Creating and Maintaining a User-Centred A-Z List
Motivated by an upcoming migration, the University of Guelph Library redesigned their A-Z database list with an emphasized focus on collaboration, consistency, and user-centredness. This how-to session will describe the redesign process, new workflows, challenges, and next steps for creating and maintaining a collaborative, consistent, and user-centred a-z database list.

Speakers
avatar for Kailey Brisbin

Kailey Brisbin

Metadata Librarian, University of Guelph
MP

Melanie Parlette-Stewart

University of Guelph


Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Salon 6

10:45am

S001: Developing the Open Textbook Toolkit: Enabling Adoption, Use, and Sustainability of OER in Higher Education
The benefits of OER are becoming increasingly clear, but instructors have been slow to adopt them. How can we provide the resources and tools needed to easily create and adopt OER? Join us to learn about our IMLS-funded work on Open Textbook Toolkit, a case study in building OER infrastructure.

Speakers
avatar for William Cross

William Cross

Director, Copyright & Digital Scholarship Center, NCSU Libraries
William M. Cross is the Director of the Copyright and Digital Scholarship Center at North Carolina State University where he provides advice and instruction to campus stakeholders on copyright, licensing, and scholarly communication issues. As a student at the University of North... Read More →
avatar for Erica Hayes

Erica Hayes

Copyright & Digital Scholarship Fellow, NCSU Libraries
avatar for Mira Waller

Mira Waller

Interim Department Head, Research Engagement, NCSU Libraries


Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Salon 3

10:45am

S005: KBART Automation: Staying up-to-date to keep YOU (and your subscriptions) up-to-date!
The NISO KBART (KnowledgeBases And Related Tools) Automation working group is creating a recommended practice to build a seamless connection between libraries' local knowledge bases and information providers’ access/entitlement systems. Could a standard application of an API really bring to librarians and users the holy grail: accurate and timely library holdings across different systems?

Speakers
avatar for Stephanie Doellinger

Stephanie Doellinger

Section Manager - Data Ingest - Central Index & KB, OCLC
avatar for Nettie Lagace

Nettie Lagace

Associate Director for Programs, NISO - National Information Standards Organization
Nettie Lagace is the Associate Director for Programs at NISO, where she is responsible for facilitating the work of NISO's topic committees and development groups for standards and best practices, and working with the community to encourage broad adoption of this consensus work... Read More →
avatar for Noah Levin

Noah Levin

Metadata Manager, Springer Nature
Noah Levin works for Springer Nature managing their Link Resolver/Discovery data, MARC Records, ONIX Feeds and internal metadata workflows. Noah is also a member of the NISO KBART Standing Committee and the KBART Automation Working Group. Starting his career in the industry 21... Read More →
avatar for Charlie  Remy

Charlie Remy

Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga


Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 301

10:45am

S006: Community Engagement: Using Linked Data to Increase Event Attendance and Circulation
We’ll discuss how best to use Linked Data to make visible the many amazing events, services and programs that libraries offer. Presentation will include best practices in synthesizing this data to promote your offerings to both cardholders and non-library users via Internet search engines to enhance library discoverability and outreach.

Speakers
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Ravi Singh

Executive Director, Demco Software


Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 202

10:45am

Empower Your Students With The Wall Street Journal
SESSION VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE

Give your students the insight they need to make an impact with a Wall Street Journal site license. Sign up for our session at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference to learn how WSJ’s unrivaled journalism can benefit students and faculty.

Join us for an opportunity to connect with libraries that are thinking about implementing a WSJ site license. Meet your WSJ representatives and learn about the latest offerings from the Wall Street Journal. 

 

Speakers
avatar for Alex Andreadis

Alex Andreadis

Marketing Manager, The Wall Street Journal
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Deborah Nicoles

Account Director, The Wall Street Journal

Sponsors


Monday March 5, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 203

11:30am

Lunch and Learn with Ex Libris: Connecting Library Resources to the Classroom using Leganto
SESSION VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE

The powerful combination of Leganto (Course Resource Lists) and Alma (Library Services Platform) brings the library into the classroom. Leganto connects librarians to instructors, who in turn connect students with the library content they need to succeed. Join Ex Libris for lunch, and learn about how the Ex Libris Leganto course resource list solution provides visibility of your library’s resources to instructors building their class resource lists and availability of that content to students taking the class.

Speakers
avatar for Mary-Lynn Bragg

Mary-Lynn Bragg

Director of Campus Engagement, Ex Libris, a ProQuest Company
I have a broad background across technology implementation and customer success, and focus on helping libraries engage with instructors, students and institutional partners to bring the full benefits of teaching and learning technologies across campus. Prior to joining Ex Libris... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for ExLibris

ExLibris

Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, is a leading global provider of cloud-based solutions for higher education. Offering SaaS solutions for the management and discovery of the full spectrum of library and scholarly materials, as well as mobile campus solutions driving student engageme... Read More →


Monday March 5, 2018 11:30am - 1:00pm
Salon 3

1:15pm

S011: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Librarian Art of Decluttering and Organizing EZProxy
EZProxy is an authentication tool for many libraries, and even with diligent updating it can get cluttered!  We’ll walk you through overhauling the configuration file and removing the cobwebs, and show you some best practices for maintaining a tidy EZProxy instance.  You'll come away feeling joy about each every stanza!

Speakers
avatar for Noelle Egan

Noelle Egan

eResources & Acquisitions Librarian, Drexel University Libraries
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Erin Finnerty

Electronic Resources Librarian, Temple University


Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Salon 4

1:15pm

S012: Flex your budget! Empowered decision-making, managerial control, and agile leadership in local- and network-level collection management
Collection decisions run the organizational gamut from selection of a monograph to management of a multi-million-dollar budget. In this talk, Brigitte Burris (Penn) and Boaz Nadav-Manes (Brown) will candidly share examples of their challenges, solutions, and vision on how to successfully manage collections at the local and the network levels._x000D_
 

Speakers
avatar for Brigitte Burris

Brigitte Burris

AUL, Collections & Liaison Services, University of Pennsylvania
Brigitte Burris is the Assistant University Librarian for Collections & Liaison Services at the University of Pennsylvania. In this role, she directs the development of the Penn Libraries' collections to meet the diverse needs of the Penn community, the allocation and expenditure... Read More →
avatar for Boaz  Nadav-Manes

Boaz Nadav-Manes

AUL, Access Services & Collection Management, Brown Library
Boaz Nadav-Manes is the Associate University Librarian for Access Services and Collection Management at Brown University Library. In this role, he oversees the allocation and expenditure of the Libraries' collections budget, and the ongoing management of services and staff that a... Read More →



Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Salon 5

1:15pm

S010: Customizing Discovery Interfaces to Understand Users’ Behaviors and Provide Better Service
Customizing a library discovery layer using open-source software enables libraries to tailor services to its users, understand user behavior at user, department, and campus levels, and build integrations with library and campus services. Learn how and why a research library built a discovery interface to consolidate multiple interfaces into one.

Speakers
avatar for Rachel Vacek

Rachel Vacek

Head of Design and Discovery, University of Michigan
Rachel Vacek manages the Design & Discovery department that provides front-end web development, design, content strategy, user research, accessibility expertise, and UX strategy across the entire University of Michigan Library web presence. Program managers on her team also coord... Read More →
avatar for Ken Varnum

Ken Varnum

Senior Program Manager, University of Michigan Library
I am the Senior Program Manager at the University of Michigan Library. In this role, I am responsible for three programs: the library's discovery interfaces (the "MLibrary" single search tool, ArticlesPlus, Search Tools, etc.), delivery interfaces, and the library's evolving and... Read More →


Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Salon 3

1:15pm

S013: How Do Students Do Research? The Student Research Process as Seen in Student Drawings
Images can be a valuable tool for understanding user behavior. This presentation will describe a project in which librarians asked students to draw their research processes to understand how they execute research assignments and use library resources. Project findings will be discussed along with changes made in response to findings.

Speakers
avatar for Molly Beisler

Molly Beisler

Head, Discovery Services, University of Nevada, Reno
Amalia (Molly) Beisler is the Knowledge Access & Discovery Librarian at the University of Nevada, Reno. In this position, she works to tie the work of technical services staff to the needs of users, working closely with public services and co-coordinating assessment initiatives i... Read More →
avatar for Ann Medaille

Ann Medaille

Director of Research Services and the Liaison Librarian Program, University of Nevada, Reno


Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Salon 6

1:15pm

S014: Discovery Analytics: How Patrons at Three Campuses Interacted with Primo
This study explores the Primo implementation at three campuses. We review analytics to see how often patrons use scopes, facets, advanced search, and embedded services.The study seeks to identify user “success” by looking at indicators, such as saving/emailing records, accessing fulltext, generating citations, and requesting books.

Speakers
avatar for A. Lee Adams

A. Lee Adams

E-Resources Librarian, California State University, East Bay
avatar for Margot Hanson

Margot Hanson

Instruction & Outreach Librarian, California State University - Maritime Academy
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Laura Wimberley

California State University, Northridge


Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 301

1:15pm

S016: Implementing SimplyE for Academic Libraries: working toward a single search for ebooks
Patrons seeking ebooks are saddled with multiple vendor interfaces. SimplyE makes the experience simpler by searching catalog across ebook aggregators and hiding DRM aggravation. Development of an academic version of this open source app is underway at Minitex. We'll demonstrate the current app and discuss the status of this project.

Speakers
avatar for Christine Peterson

Christine Peterson

Continuing Education Librarian for Technology, Amigos Library Services
As part of a team at Amigos Library Services, I manage the SImplyE implementation project. Talk to me if you are interested in either hosting SimplyE for yourselves or having us host the app for your patrons.



Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 204

1:15pm

S017: Using Books for Research: Student Habits and Perceptions of E-books and Print Books
EBSCO’s eBooks team has recently conducted research focusing on the student Book workflow in order to understand the end-to-end student user experience using books in the academic library. The team will share findings from this effort, including how students make decisions about Books, including decisions about print books vs. ebooks, and how students want to maintain autonomy throughout their eBook usage.

Speakers
avatar for Deirdre Costello

Deirdre Costello

Director, UX Research, EBSCO Information Services
Comic books, animal rights and UX, of course!
avatar for Kara Kroes Li

Kara Kroes Li

Director of Product Management, EBSCO
Kara Kroes Li is Director of Product Management for EBSCO eBooks and has over a decade of experience working on ebook products and services. Current projects and interests include e-book user experience and user research, mobile workflows, analytics, digital preservation, and a... Read More →



Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 105

1:15pm

S015: Finding and Connecting the Dots: How Facilitating the Interdisciplinary Exchange of Early Stage Ideas Speeds Innovative Productive Research
Researchers are constantly trying to find new innovative ways to solve problems. Sharing early stage research across diverse disciplines such as Social, Life, and Physical Sciences helps researchers find and connect the dots that will speed productivity, encourage innovation, and ultimately accelerate the pace of discovery.

Speakers
avatar for Shirley Decker-Lucke

Shirley Decker-Lucke

Publishing Director, Elsevier-SSRN
I'm the publishing director at SSRN, where we facilitate the sharing of early stage research and collaboration amongst scholars across many disciplines. I'm really interested in the quickly changing world of how researchers are working in interdisciplinary ways and are sharing th... Read More →
avatar for Gregg Gordon

Gregg Gordon

Managing Director, Elsevier-SSRN


Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 202

1:15pm

Wellness@Work – Chair Yoga with Guided Meditation
Life contains some tension-inducing circumstances. Relaxation is a skill that can be cultivated through learning and practice. Chair yoga can cultivate your awareness of breath with gentle movement.

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Join us for this afternoon yoga session as a part of Wellness @ ER&L sponsored by Springer Nature.


Speakers
avatar for Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Teaching since 2016, Vinyasa Yoga
Lauren's yoga practice began in 2004.  She played a variety of sports in high school and college. She began to have a need for something in addition to her physicality that would include a sense of spirituality and inner peace. It wasn't until 2011 that Lauren realized yoga was becoming an area of deep seated fulfillment in her life... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for Springer Nature

Springer Nature

Springer Nature is a new force in research, professional and educational publishing. Every day around the globe, our imprints, books, journals, and resources reach millions of people - helping students to learn, researchers and scientists to discover, and professionals to achieve their goals and ambitions. We see it as our role to challenge the status quo on our... Read More →



Monday March 5, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 107

2:00pm

Break with Exhibitors

Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

Attended Poster Session in Exhibit Hall
Posters wil be displayed from 10:00am - 5:00pm.
Posters will be attended 2pm - 3pm

Join your colleagues for ER&L’s first poster session ever!

While this inaugural group of posters will be available for viewing ALL day in both days of the the exhibit, be sure to make time to view the posters while they are attended by the creative and talented poster creators. Keep your eyes out for the select few e-poster who have some extra special visual presentations on screen to share. 
Pro-Tip! For those of us who may not love networking, the poster session is a great chance to mix and mingle over interesting eresources-related content that these poster presenters really want to share.

Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

EP01: Open Source Hardware (OSH) Internet of Things (IoT) Door Counter
Open Source Hardware (OSH) Internet of Things (IoT) Door Counter is an affordable way for libraries to automate statistics collection. This poster will depict an exploded view of the parts used to build OSH IoT Door Counter and algorithm used to debounce the sensor and normalize the data collected.

Speakers
avatar for Muriel Green

Muriel Green

Software Developer
I am currently working on building open source hardware devices for use in libraries. In the past I have taught filmmaking classes in libraries, too!


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

EP02: E-resource Metadata Workflows: Scaling Back to Scale Up
This poster will present ongoing work to improve e-resource metadata workflows at a large university library. With e-resource collections continuing to evolve, managing vendor metadata is complex and time-consuming. Assessing our current practices, identifying redundancies and automation potential, and leveraging complimentary efforts are critical for success.

Speakers
avatar for Alissa Hafele

Alissa Hafele

E-resources Metadata Librarian, Stanford University


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P01: For the Faculty: Resource Management Explained
The poster illustrates how librarians can educate their institutional administrators about the many-faceted role of resource management. It demonstrates the need for librarian expertise and collaboration in producing great return on institutional investment, as well the value of the library’s collection, and its contribution to student success._x000D_
 


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P02: The Library is the Brand: Managing the Library Brand Across E-Resource Platforms
Libraries are so effective at providing ubiquitous and low-barrier access to our e-resouces that users are often unaware they are connecting to library resources.  When users say they "never use the library," our continued funding for e-resources is put at risk.  Prominent and consistent library branding of e-resources is critical.

Speakers
avatar for Susan Marcin

Susan Marcin

Head of E-Resources Management: Technologies & User Experience, Columbia University Libraries
Susan Marcin is the Head of E-Resources Management: Technologies & User Experience for Columbia University Libraries, where her work focuses on the e-resources life cycle of acquisitions, access, administration, support, and evaluation.  She holds a BA from Trinity College in H... Read More →


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P03: The Tending of Open Access Journals: Is Content At Risk?
Open access journals have been identified as potentially at risk of loss without more coordinated preservation efforts. This study tests the availability of titles indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals to identify potentially missing titles, tracks down misplaced titles, and surveys the publishers of lost titles.

Speakers
EL

Elizabeth Lightfoot

Electronic Resources Librarian, Florida International University


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P04: Summon to Primo: Changing Systems, Changing Workflows
After migrating from ProQuest's Summon discovery search to ExLibris' Primo discovery search, West Chester University Libraries Electronic Resources Librarian initiated a much needed change in eresource workflow.

Speakers
KW

Kerry Walton

Electronic Resources Librarian, West Chester University Library


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P05: Do You Have it All?: Creating Your Own Core Journals Lists for Program Reviews & Collection Assessments
Are you new to program reviews or looking for some ideas to share how your serials & electronic resources support your institution’s curriculum? This poster will provide a brief overview of tools to use & tips to utilize to see how your collection stacks up.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Castillo

Amy Castillo

Coordinator, Periodicals & Electronic Resources, Tarleton State University


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P06: Ebook Purchasing Models: Comparing DDA selected and Librarian purchased eBooks at the University of Mississippi Libraries
Library users today have a higher expectation of how quickly books are available for use.  Therefore, librarians must evaluate purchasing models and how they meet the needs of today’s patrons.  A study was done at the University of Mississippi Libraries comparing usage statistics between patron selected and librarian purchased titles.

Speakers
KR

Kristin Rogers MLIS

Electronic Resources & Discovery Librarian, University of Mississippi Libraries


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P07: Beyond the Article: PubMed Central as Dataset and Data Discovery Resource
PMC is working to make it easier to find, resuse, and reproduce scientific research results. Learn about PMC's diverse text mining datasets and how these are improving how research is done; discover linked data in PMC and PubMed; and find out how funded authors can deposit data via NIHMS.

Speakers
avatar for Kathryn Funk

Kathryn Funk

Specialist, NIH
Kathryn Funk is the Program Specialist for PubMed Central (PMC) at the National Library of Medicine (NLM). She is responsible for developing and overseeing various PMC program and policy projects, including the coordination of PMC’s role as a public access repository for a numb... Read More →


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P08: Using MUSTIE Criteria for Collection Assessment of Curriculum Materials and Children's Books at East Stroudsburg University - a PASSHE Institution
The poster will show how Library staff and faculty work together to do Collection Development and Assessment of the Curriculum Materials Center and the Chidren's book collections.  It will also highlight the criteria used to deselect items and the procedures used in Alma to demarcate items in Collection Review.

Speakers
AW

Allyson Wind

Electronic Resources Librarian, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P09: Utilizing open source and budget friendly tools to improve issue reporting workflows for e-resources
E-resources are constantly in-flux and librarians spend a significant amount of time fixing access issues.  It is important to communicate issues and track resolutions. This increases transparency, reduces redundancy, and provides a knowledge base.  This poster will showcase tools that can be used to create issue reporting forms and workflows. 

Speakers
avatar for Christina Beis

Christina Beis

Discovery Services Librarian, University of Dayton


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P10: Life after EZproxy: A case study of OpenAthens implementation
Seamless and secure access to Library resources is necessary to create a positive user experience. This poster provides a best practice guideline for the implementation of single sign-on (SSO) authentication via OpenAthens. It will review the steps taken: from trial, through product and publisher set-up, to a final successful go-live.

Speakers
avatar for Anne Heimann

Anne Heimann

Library Services Director, Clarkson College
Anne Heimann is the Director of Library Services at Clarkson College. She received her MS in Library Science from the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign in 2002.



Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P11: Mapping Help Tickets to Lasell College, Brennan Library's E-resource Access Chain
When accessing a library’s electronic resources, patrons must travel through a chain of interconnected technologies. This poster outlines Lasell College, Brennan Library's primary access chains and maps help tickets to where in the chains the access breakdowns occurred.


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P12: No COUNTER, No Problem: electronic resource assessment in the absence of COUNTER data.
COUNTER data is not always available, especially for purely electronic resources. We present strategies for assessing these resources. We focus on using downloads, pageviews, online searches and product registration data to assess resources that do not have COUNTER data available. Example assessments include EndNote, the Financial Times and the Economist.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Bielskas

Amanda Bielskas

Head, Collection Management, SESSL, Columbia University
Amanda Bielskas is the Head of Collection Development for Science & Engineering Libraries at Columbia University and has been at Columbia since 2007. She earned her M.L.S. at Long Island University, has a B.A. in Environmental Geology from SUNY Plattsburgh, and has a Masters deg... Read More →
avatar for Katherine Brooks

Katherine Brooks

Collection Analysis Librarian, Columbia University


Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P13: Canary in the Coal Mine: Utilizing Interlibrary Loan Requests to Monitor eResource Access
Many times Interlibrary Loan requests for electronic articles are simply help-desk tickets in disguise. Because ILL staff double-check to ensure that the resource is not already owned before sending out the request, they discover hiccups in access that patrons might not know how to report otherwise, saving library staff time.

Monday March 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Exhibit Hall

3:00pm

S026-01: I've never seen anything like this: student interpretations of metadata
The authors gathered student reactions to sample catalog records to understand how a specific type of metadata schema is interpreted by students and identify possible changes that could make that mediation (process of interpretation) stronger.

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Blakiston

Rebecca Blakiston

User Experience Strategist, University of Arizona Libraries
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Erik Radio

University of Arizona Libraries
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Niamh Wallace

Assistant Librarian, University of Arizona Libraries


Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Room 105

3:00pm

S019: You May Own It…But Can They Find It?
Have you purchased eBook or eJournal collections where the metadata was incomplete or unavailable? Please join us for this session where attendees will learn how to:
  • Increase discoverability of e-collections when metadata is unavailable or incomplete
  • Collaboratively create and manage metadata for electronic resources
  • Receive previously unavailable WorldCat MARC records


Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Salon 3

3:00pm

S021: Trials & Tribulations: Managing Trials Effectively
Trials of new resources are common in many libraries. Less common is a process for planning, implementing, and evaluating trials. This session will detail one library's experience with developing a process for managing trials effectively with suggestions for establishing a process that meets your library's needs. 

Speakers
avatar for Kathie Mason

Kathie Mason

Collections Librarian, Eastern Michigan University
Kathie Mason is the Collections Librarian at Eastern Michigan University. She previously served as Digital Resources Librarian at Central Michigan University and before that oversaw the interlibrary loan and document delivery department at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virg... Read More →



Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Salon 5

3:00pm

S027: Combining CORAL: Building Knowledgebase Integrations for an Open Source ERM
Many e-resources librarians deal with a chicken-and-egg problem: Libraries need to be able to track important universal information about e-resources while cultivating site-specific metadata that is not common to all libraries. However, CORAL, an open source ERM, provides opportunities for integration with global knowledgebases that can seamlessly leverage universal data.

Speakers
TK

Tommy Keswick

Digital Technologies Development Librarian, Caltech
LN

Laurel Narizny

Systems Librarian, Caltech
avatar for Heather Wilson

Heather Wilson

Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Librarian, Caltech
Right now, I spend most of my work time obsessing about authentication, battling a link resolver, and manipulating CORAL. Please talk to me about these things! (Seriously. I need all the tips I can get.)


Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 106

3:00pm

S020: Do we know what we are paying for? Assessment of use of electronic resources
Academic libraries are being required more and more to provide accountability of their e-resources spending. This session will highlight unique ways to assess use data from Elsevier, Springer, and Wiley as well as a smaller package like Safari. It also will feature how libraries are leveraging new tools to inform decisions—ensuring the library receives a good return on investment—by extracting and analyzing e-resource usage statistics.

Speakers
avatar for John McCullough

John McCullough

Senior Product Manager, OCLC
John has worked in library automation for nearly 20 years. He was serving as Vice President of Product Management at Innovative Interfaces when he moved to OCLC to work on next-generation offerings like WorldCat Discovery and WMS. John has his MLIS from the University of Western... Read More →
avatar for Jan Sung

Jan Sung

Science Librarian, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Salon 4

3:00pm

S023: Sharing Operational Information for Data-Driven Decision-Making with Custom Reports and Dashboards
Almost everyone working in the library can benefit from exposure to data about how the library operates. But not everyone can create custom reports to understand trends and patterns. This session discusses the design and implementation of analytics dashboards, and the types of data required for decision-making in academic libraries.

Speakers
avatar for Katy Aronoff

Katy Aronoff

Solutions Architect Manager, Ex Libris, a ProQuest Company
Katy Aronoff is manager of solutions architecture for Ex Libris, running the pre-sales team for North America and conducting product demonstrations and workshops at libraries across the United States, Canada, and Latin America for Ex Libris. Prior to joining Ex Libris, she worked... Read More →
NS

Nick Schockmel

Library Specialist, University of Washington Libraries


Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 301

3:00pm

S022: Textbook Affordability: Driving Organizational Change in an Academic Library
Beginning with library textbook affordability initiatives, the University of South Florida Libraries have now assumed a crucial role in the University's response to legislative textbook affordability mandates.  Beyond newly created positions dedicated to textbook affordability, this new focus has resulted in ongoing organizational changes throughout the library.

Speakers
LP

Laura Pascual

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of South Florida
Laura Pascual is the Electronic Resources Librarian for the University of South Florida Libraries.  As a part of the library’s Textbook Affordability Project, she manages the E-books for the Classroom program.


Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Salon 6

3:00pm

S025: Let’s Talk About DRM: The Reality of Usage Restrictions and How Librarians & Students Make It Work
The promise of 24/7, unlimited access for multiple users makes ebooks seem like a dream, yet rigid copyright structures can introduce usability nightmares. This panel features students and librarians sharing DRM experiences and brainstorming solutions to ease its frustrations.

Speakers
LP

Laryssa Polika-Engle

Product Marketing Manager
avatar for HT Sun

HT Sun

Lead Product Manager, ProQuest


Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 204

3:00pm

It’s All About You: Introducing Librarian Resources from Taylor & Francis!
SESSION VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE

Have you heard about our brand new Librarian Resources site? Join representatives from the Taylor & Francis Books and Journals teams for a collaborative and conversational session in which we will take you through the features and benefits of this librarian-focused online hub.
 
Librarian Resources features information, support, and insights from the T&F team and the library community to help you develop your collections, engage your users, enhance your institution’s scholarly communications, and navigate the changing library and information landscape. Following the website demo, feedback and dialogue are highly encouraged, and all participants will be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift card!

Speakers
avatar for Gillian Howcroft

Gillian Howcroft

Regional Sales Manager (Western USA), Taylor & Francis Group
Come and see your West Coast sales experts from Taylor & Francis! Susan Sanders (Books & Databases) and Gillian Howcroft (Journals & Digital Archives) will be available for meetings and one-2-one presentations during the Vendor Day. We are raffling away an awesome gift basket for... Read More →
avatar for Beth Mullen

Beth Mullen

Journal Sales Manager, Taylor & Francis Group
Come visit me at the Taylor & Francis Group table (# 401) during the Vendor Exhibit! We are a leading international academic publisher, providing quality reviewed content that institutions worldwide find indispensable. With over 2,000 journals covering 23 topics across the Socia... Read More →
avatar for Michelle Rivera-Spann

Michelle Rivera-Spann

Sr. Marketing Manager, Taylor & Francis Group
Sr. Marketing Manager at Taylor & Francis overseeing the North America library team for the Books business.

Sponsors
avatar for Taylor and Francis Group

Taylor and Francis Group

As one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, ebooks, reference works, and online digital resources, Taylor & Francis Group helps bring knowledge to life by providing researchers and students with the highest quality information across a range of specia... Read More →


Monday March 5, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 203

3:15pm

S026-02: Point of Need: Using personas to meet users' research and scholarship needs
This talk will discuss how the eResources librarian at Indiana State University is working to create user personas to inform the placement/ design of resources across the library's web presence.   Participants will learn what user personas are, how they are made, and apply them to fit their institutional needs. 

Speakers
avatar for Melissa Gustafson

Melissa Gustafson

Electronic Resources Librarian, Indiana State University


Monday March 5, 2018 3:15pm - 3:30pm
Room 105

3:30pm

S026-03: Listening to Stories: Partnerships between faculty, publishers and the library
How do direct faculty/publisher relationships impact the library decision to make, oftentimes significant, investments in digital resources? This session will explore how librarians can best utilize faculty/publisher relationships to help decision making around the acquisition of digital resources.

Speakers
avatar for Lou Palmer

Lou Palmer

Field Editor, SAGE Publishings
As a Field Editor with SAGE Publishing, I'm part of SAGE's commitment to continuous improvement, innovation and collaboration. A component of my work is to help facilitate connections between SAGE, the library and faculty. I've accumulated over 23 years' experience in Publishing... Read More →
avatar for Bekah Shaw

Bekah Shaw

Market Research Analyst, SAGE Publishing


Monday March 5, 2018 3:30pm - 3:45pm
Room 105

4:00pm

S036-01: Three T's and OneNote: Managing E-Resource Tracking, Title Lists, and To-Do lists with Microsoft OneNote
In this session, participants will learn about the use of Microsoft OneNote as a documentation tool for tracking resources, reconciling title lists, and completing pending tasks in order to streamline workflows and alleviate some of the common challenges that further complicate the inherently complex task of electronic resource management.

Speakers
JB

Jennifer Browning

Metadata Librarian for Electronic Resources, University of Toronto


Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:15pm
Room 105

4:00pm

S030: Best Practices for Licensing Online Video Efficiently and Effectively
Online video is becoming ever more prevalent in libraries and increasingly important to our patrons. Unfortunately, licensing online video is complicated and time consuming. This presentation will be helpful to librarians and staff from all types of libraries and includes practical tips for managing all aspects of the licensing process.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Trantham

Andrew Trantham

Electronic Resources and Contracts Assistant, University of North Texas Libraries
Hello! I am the Electronic Resources and Contracts Assistant for the University of North Texas Libraries in Denton, TX. My primary job responsibilities include reviewing, negotiating, recording, and documenting license agreements for UNT Libraries. | | I am also in my fi... Read More →



Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Salon 5

4:00pm

S037: CORAL Users Group Meeting
Join us for our 8th annual gathering for both prospective and active users of the CORAL electronic resources management system. Highlights will include announcements for changes to the software and documentation along with demonstrations. The session will include time for attendees to share feedback and ask questions.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Vieira

Scott Vieira

Electronic Resources Librarian, Rice University Fondren Library
Scott Vieira serves as Chair of the CORAL Web Committee and a member of the CORAL Steering Committee.
avatar for Heather Wilson

Heather Wilson

Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Librarian, Caltech
Right now, I spend most of my work time obsessing about authentication, battling a link resolver, and manipulating CORAL. Please talk to me about these things! (Seriously. I need all the tips I can get.)


Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Room 106

4:00pm

S028: We Didn’t Fear the Reader: Embracing New Service Models with Staff and Patron Input
The Lehigh University Libraries chose not to fear the reader and instead empowered both staff and patrons to influence the creation of a new cross-functional environment. Project Wayfinder is Lehigh’s new open source software initiative designed to foster improved patron facing services and to open new doors in workflow management.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Huang

Daniel Huang

Acquisitions Librarian, Lehigh University
I enjoy meat, meeting new librarians, and diving into talking about patron driven acquisitions. Ask me about Lehigh's Wayfinder project!
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Michelle Suranofsky

Sr. Analyst, Lehigh University
avatar for Sharon Wiles-Young

Sharon Wiles-Young

Director of Library Access Services, Lehigh University
Lehigh University Libraries, FOLIO, OLE, VuFind discovery layer, ILL and Acquisitions service models and workflows, Library Services in general


Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Salon 3

4:00pm

S029: Alma at the Speed of Light: New Ways of Working Together to Improve Interdepartmental Workflows
This session discusses how daily routines at several academic libraries have been impacted by implementing Alma. We will discuss, with information provided by other Alma libraries through interviews, how workflows are being identified and streamlined, improvements to interdepartmental collaboration, and barriers to adopting these changes.

Speakers
avatar for Calida Barboza

Calida Barboza

Electronic Resources Librarian, Vanderbilt University
Calida is new to the e-resources team at Vanderbilt University. As part of their migration to Alma, she is serving on the UI working group and the training + documentation working group. Before moving to Nashville, Calida served as the E-Resources and Licensing Functional Area Le... Read More →
AF

Amy Foster

Montana State University Library
avatar for Ben Hogben

Ben Hogben

Access Services Manager, Ithaca College
Ben Hogben is the Access Services Manager for the Ithaca College Library and supervises thirty eight student employees and four full time staff members. Ben was the functional lead for Alma implementation for Access Services, and is currently on a team to implement Leganto throug... Read More →
avatar for Rachelle McLain

Rachelle McLain

Interim Collection Development Librarian, Montana State University Library


Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Salon 4

4:00pm

S032: Work Alienation Across the Library: A Marxist Take on Library Management
Feeling overloaded, burned out, or just plain frustrated at the system? You may be experiencing work alienation. This presentation investigates this increasingly common phenomenon in academic libraries, its occurence in technical services, and implications for library management using the author's original research on the topic.

**A pre-session survey is open now.  This survey will inform this presentation and you are encouraged to complete the survey.

Speakers
avatar for Zorian Sasyk

Zorian Sasyk

E-Resources and Discovery Librarian, Metropolitan State University


Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Room 301

4:00pm

S035: I'm Nobody! Who are You? Electronic Access for Special User Categories
Dual enrollment students, alumni, distance learners, visiting scholars--eveyone needs acccess to electronic resources, however, for these special users who oftentimes circumvent the traditional registrar process getting access is complicated. This presentation will present ways to identify, understand, and track these users, as well as, create fruitful, enduring connections with them.

Speakers
avatar for Charissa Brammer

Charissa Brammer

E-Resources Access Librarian, Auraria Library
avatar for Sommer Browning

Sommer Browning

AD of Technical & Financial Services, Auraria Library
Discovery. Access. Electronic Resources. Acquisitions. Budget. Assessment. Tenure-track. Poetry.
avatar for Shannon Tharp

Shannon Tharp

Collections & Content Management Librarian, University of Denver Libraries


Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Room 204

4:00pm

S033: Smoothing the Path of the Research Journey: Designing for User Experience in Academic Libraries
From eye tracking to persona development, various techniques have been tested in user experience design for academic libraries. But as technology and expectations evolve, great UX remains a moving target. This session will cover the essential UX tools and research findings for optimizing the experience for your own unique users.

Moderators
avatar for Michael Groth

Michael Groth

Senior Brand Manager, International, Emerald Publishing
Michael Groth is Senior Brand Manager at Emerald Publishing, where he oversees international brand strategy and implementation across regional markets via digital, social, conference, thought leadership and PR channels. Mike has spent over 20 years in marketing for scholarly publ... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth German

Elizabeth German

Service Design Librarian, Texas A&M University
Beth is an Assistant Librarian at Texas A&M University where she is the Service Design Librarian. In this role she connects user experience and project management to develop and enhance library tools and services. She received her Professional Management Professional certificatio... Read More →
avatar for Kara Kroes Li

Kara Kroes Li

Director of Product Management, EBSCO
Kara Kroes Li is Director of Product Management for EBSCO eBooks and has over a decade of experience working on ebook products and services. Current projects and interests include e-book user experience and user research, mobile workflows, analytics, digital preservation, and a... Read More →
avatar for Frankie Sewell

Frankie Sewell

Head of Customer Insight, Emerald Publishing
Frankie heads up all Customer Insight and Customer Experience at Emerald Publishing. He draws on over a decade of experience from both agency and client side. His passion is the Customer and strives to make their experience as easy as possible. | | Outside of work he frequ... Read More →


Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Room 202

4:00pm

S031: The FOLIO Marketplace: a new Model for Library Innovation
While the FOLIO product and concept are unique and innovative, its marketplace could be even more revolutionary. The FOLIO marketplace will allow people to share numerous products, enhancements, workflows, and ideas. But many questions remain, so come explore some of these possibilities and help define the marketplace’s future.

Speakers
avatar for Jesse Koennecke

Jesse Koennecke

Director, Acquisitions & E-Resource Licensing, Cornell University
Ask me about Battledecks@ER&L!
avatar for Peter H McCracken

Peter H McCracken

Electronic Resources Librarian, Cornell University


Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Salon 6

4:00pm

S034: Access Made Easy: RA21 pilots simplify user experience, protect privacy and security
Access to scholarly resources should be seamless and easy. This session will share results of the set of pilots started by the RA21 project to develop better, more user friendly, and more secure practices for access and authentication to STM information than IP-address recognition.

Speakers
avatar for Todd Carpenter

Todd Carpenter

Executive Director, NISO
Standards. Standards. Standards. Wine. Standards. Standards. Standards.
avatar for Ann Gabriel

Ann Gabriel

Vice President, Global Strategic Networks, Elsevier
Talk to me about RA21!
avatar for Don Hamparian

Don Hamparian

OCLC, Senior Product Manager, Global Product Management
Don Hamparian manages EZproxy and identity management at OCLC. He is responsible for product strategy and direction for products and software that protect and provide access to OCLC’s services. With a degree in industrial engineering from The Ohio State University and several y... Read More →
RK

Robert Kelshian

Director of Access Services, American University Library – EAU
Rob Kelshian has been with the University Library since 1999. As the Director of the Access Services Division, he oversees Circulation Services, Course Reserves, Technology Services, Interlibrary Services, and Media Services. Rob has served in various roles within both the Washin... Read More →



Monday March 5, 2018 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Room 203

4:15pm

S036-02: Implementing Shibboleth authentication in Ezproxy: Challenges, Solutions, and Lessons
Shibboleth provides a number of benefits when authenticating resources through EZproxy.  This presentation will focus on one library’s experience in implementing Shibboleth authentication including the challenges, solutions, and lessons learned.

Speakers
avatar for Todd Wallwork

Todd Wallwork

Systems and Technical Services Librarian, The University of Alabama


Monday March 5, 2018 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Room 105

4:30pm

S036-03 - Transfer Code of Practice
The Transfer Code of Practice is a NISO recommended practice that provides best practices for publishers when journals transfer from one publisher to another. Additionally, it provides librarians and other information supply chain stakeholders with notifications when those transfers occur. 

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Bazeley

Jennifer Bazeley

Coordinator, Collection Access & Acquisitions, Miami University Libraries
Jennifer Bazeley has a BM and an MM in viola performance from the Eastman School of Music and an MLIS from Dominican University in Illinois. Her love of serials and electronic resources started with a student job in the DePaul University Library in Chicago, IL. Since completing h... Read More →


Monday March 5, 2018 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Room 105

5:00pm

Vendor Reception

Monday March 5, 2018 5:00pm - 7:30pm
Exhibit Hall

7:30pm

5th Annual Battledecks @ ER&L

Participants will present a topic (provided just before they begin), for 3 to 3 and a half minutes, accompanied by 10-15 PowerPoint slides selected and arranged by our team of experienced mad library scientists. No preparation required -- No preparation allowed, actually.  Participants will be judged (by even madder library scientists), based on criteria ranging from the quantitative use of time and slides to the qualitative general composure and ability to address the topic. A certain amount of artistic license is expected from both participants and judges in their work.

We’re looking for a few hearty folks to join in as:

  • Participants – Sign up early to secure your spot.
  • Volunteers – We’ll need a few folks on hand to help run the show. 
  • Spectators!
Intrerested in Participating or Volunteering?  Sign up at the ER&L Registration Desk, or contact Jesse at jtk1@cornell.edu.

Read the related blog post here

Speakers
avatar for Jesse Koennecke

Jesse Koennecke

Director, Acquisitions & E-Resource Licensing, Cornell University
Ask me about Battledecks@ER&L!



Monday March 5, 2018 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Room 301
 
Tuesday, March 6
 

7:00am

Morning Yoga – Mixed Levels Vinyasa

Mixed Levels Vinyasa

This flowing class links movement to breath through a full range of poses, with options for beginners and experience students alike.

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Join us for morning yoga as a part of Wellness @ ER&L sponsored by Springer Nature.

Yoga mats and towels will be in available.  

New to yoga?  No need for expensive yoga gear, just comfy clothes that you can stretch in. No shoes are worn during yoga. Try not to eat for two hours leading up to your class. Feel free to bring water bottles.

 


Speakers
avatar for Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Teaching since 2016, Vinyasa Yoga
Lauren's yoga practice began in 2004.  She played a variety of sports in high school and college. She began to have a need for something in addition to her physicality that would include a sense of spirituality and inner peace. It wasn't until 2011 that Lauren realized yoga was becoming an area of deep seated fulfillment in her life... Read More →

Sponsors
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Springer Nature

Springer Nature is a new force in research, professional and educational publishing. Every day around the globe, our imprints, books, journals, and resources reach millions of people - helping students to learn, researchers and scientists to discover, and professionals to achieve their goals and ambitions. We see it as our role to challenge the status quo on our... Read More →



Tuesday March 6, 2018 7:00am - 7:45am
Room 107

7:00am

Breakfast
Tuesday March 6, 2018 7:00am - 9:00am
Tejas Dining Room

7:00am

Registration Open
Tuesday March 6, 2018 7:00am - 6:00pm
Registration Desk

9:15am

S046-01: Troubleshooting 101: how to fix broken things under pressure
This presentation describes a troubleshooting workflow for bug reports submitted by patrons, who often need access restored ASAP. It will address lines of communication, Cornell’s division of labor, our investigative thought process, as well as common problems and their fixes. Includes LOLcats for moral support.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Shipman

Heather Shipman

E-Resource Specialist, Cornell University Library
Heather Shipman coordinates Cornell's ebook ordering team and is part of the e-resource troubleshooting team. She tends to stick her nose into everything to see how it works.


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 9:30am
Room 105

9:15am

S044: Are they finding what they are looking for? An analysis of two years of customer EDS Searches compared to full-text downloads
In this session, the researchers (directors at a small private college) will discuss their experiences analyzing two years of EDS search data as compared to  full-text downloads by customers during the same period. Lessons learned and practical advice for conducting similar analysis at other institutions will be shared.

Speakers
avatar for Briana Daly

Briana Daly

Student Research Assistant
avatar for Trevor A. Dawes

Trevor A. Dawes

University of Delaware
avatar for Russell Michalak, MLIS

Russell Michalak, MLIS

Director, Goldey-Beacom College
Russell Michalak, MLIS, joined Goldey-Beacom College (GBC) in 2010. As Director of Library & Learning Center/Assistant Professor, he oversees all operations of the library including the annual budget. In addition, he supervises and hires librarians, tutors, paraprofessionals, as... Read More →
avatar for Monica Rysavy, Ph.D.

Monica Rysavy, Ph.D.

Director, Goldey-Beacom College
Monica D.T. Rysavy, Ph.D. is the Director of Institutional Research and Training for Goldey-Beacom College in Wilmington, Delaware. In this role she leads all institutional research and data analysis projects for the College. Her office provides faculty and staff training support... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Room 203

9:15am

S047: Create Your Own Terms of Use: Deploying Project Management Principles for Designing Licensing Workflow & Record Preservation
Change management resides at the heart of electronic resources librarianship and is crucial when overseeing the licensing review and preservation process. Project management principles can help ERLs frame evolving workloads and faciliate long-term records preservation. This session provides a case study for simplifying license management in an academic research library.

Speakers
avatar for Stephanie P. Hess

Stephanie P. Hess

Electronic resources Librarian, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Stephanie P. Hess has worked in a variety of Technical Services positions since 1998. She is currently the Electronic Resources Librarian at Binghamton University (SUNY) and possesses an extensive background in acquisitions, cataloging, collection development, and serials managem... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Room 106

9:15am

S038: Managing the Collective Collection: Tools and Strategies for Collaborative Collection Management
The Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries has developed strategies and tools to help member libraries manage their legacy print collections responsibly. We will share specific strategies to help libraries responsibly downsize print collections, demonstrate a locally developed tool for comparing collections, and discuss a range of potential use cases.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Levine-Clark

Michael Levine-Clark

Dean, University of Denver
Michael Levine-Clark, the Dean and Director of the University of Denver Libraries, is the recipient of the 2015 HARRASOWITZ Leadership in Library Acquisitions Award. He writes and speaks regularly on strategies for improving academic library collection development practices, including the use of e-books in academic libraries, the development of demand-driven acquisition models, and implications of discovery tool... Read More →
avatar for George Machovec

George Machovec

Executive Director, Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries
I am the executive director of the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries. My expertise revolves around library consortia, shared print programs, union catalogs and e-resource licensing


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Salon 3

9:15am

S045: Taking Charge of Your Career
This session will provide information useful for first-time job seekers, those applying for promotions, as well as those looking to change institutions or career paths. I'll review how to polish resumes and CVs, to use technology and social media to find jobs, and to interview, present, and negotiate confidently. 

Speakers

Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Room 204

9:15am

S039: Perceived Gender Issues in Library-Vendor Negotiations
Diminishing acquisition budgets, big deal break-ups, and rising inflationary costs make negotiations between librarians and vendors even more important. With a review of the literature and a short survey among peer institutions, this brief study looks to investigate if there is a perceived gender-bias in vendor-librarian negotiations.

2/5/2018 - Update!!  Do you think that gender influences vendor-library negotiations on pricing and licenses?  Come to our presentation and hear what 200 librarians and vendors think about that!  Survey results are in and the perceived gender issues are very real and quite interesting.  Hear the story and what people had to say, and tell us how you feel on the topic.

Speakers
avatar for Anne Cerstvik Nolan

Anne Cerstvik Nolan

Electronic Resources Librarian, Brown University Library
Anne has been at the Brown University Library for 26 years, first as Assistant Head of Reference and Head of Interlibrary Loan. Along the way, someone realized that all of the eresources work she had been doing (in addition to the other two jobs) was really a full-time job, and... Read More →
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Amy Thurlow

Regional Sales Manager, EBSCO Industries, Inc
Amy Thurlow has been with EBSCO Industries Inc for over thirteen years during which she has primarily been in a sales role working directly with clients within the library to negotiate pricing, contracts, and terms for databases and software. She is familiar with working with ind... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Salon 4

9:15am

S040: Getting Back to the Basics: E-Resource Perspectives from a Holistic Approach
The presenter will discuss collaboration within external entities (outside e-resources department) to gain perspectives of how e-resources are taught, troubleshooted, and understood by library faculty, campus faculty, staff, and students; as well as, how we as librarians can include these learned outcomes within our day to day responsiblities.

Speakers
EM

Esther Medina De León

Assistant Librarian, Texas Tech University Library
Texas Tech University Library



Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Salon 5

9:15am

S041: A tale of two assessments: A two-pronged approach to improve your discovery tool
Discovery tools are often users’ first impression of the library, so continuous assessment is critical to identify/solve usability issues. We will share two approaches (usability testing and a survey widget) for determining necessary changes that we used to assess EDS. Both methods can be done entirely online at a distance. Takeaways can be used to enhance your discovery tool effectiveness or to improve future assessment efforts.

Speakers
avatar for Carrie Bertling Disclafani

Carrie Bertling Disclafani

Distance Education Librarian, Johns Hopkins University
avatar for Jennifer Hill

Jennifer Hill

Distance Ed Lib/Electronic Resources Manager, Johns Hopkins University


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Salon 6

9:15am

S042: Digital Publishing: A Home for Faculty in the Library
Libraries must answer the call from faculty and step confidently into their roles as digital publishers. We highlight examples coming from the law library field that demonstrate the role libraries have in stimulating, supporting, and sustaining, faculty publishing, in addition to challenges presented when the library becomes a digital publisher.

Speakers
avatar for Kyle K. Courtney, JD, MSLIS

Kyle K. Courtney, JD, MSLIS

Copyright Advisor, Harvard Library
Kyle K. Courtney is an attorney, librarian, and gentleman farmer, presently working as the Copyright Advisor out of Harvard University's Office for Scholarly Communication. Kyle created the Copyright First Responder network for Harvard, which is a team of copyright trained libra... Read More →
avatar for Claire DeMarco, JD, MSLIS

Claire DeMarco, JD, MSLIS

Assistant Director of Digital Strategies, Harvard Library



Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Room 301

9:15am

S043: Cameo Role: Casting the Future of Film in the Library in the Face of Content, Demand and Technology Change
Streaming video is a key initiative of Pennsylvania State University’s 2016-2020 Strategic Plan. This presentation covers three uniquely intertwined areas that are central to achieving these goals – content licensing (in a complex rights landscape), feedback loops (to better appreciate demand), and new technologies (to ensure effective ongoing content delivery).

Speakers
avatar for Tom Humphrey

Tom Humphrey

COO, Kanopy
Tom has a passion for film and firmly believes in its role in education and its power to impact and engage. At ER&L 2015, he co-delivered a presentation entitled "True Impact: Moving the conversation about impact beyond “usage” to assessing real educational outcomes" (with th... Read More →
avatar for Amanda Maple

Amanda Maple

Music Librarian and Acting Head, Arts and Humanities Library, Pennsylvania State University
avatar for Matthew Wayman

Matthew Wayman

Head Librarian, Penn State Schuylkill


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Room 202

9:30am

S046-02: So Many Tools: an Overview of Electronic Resource Assessment Tools at Columbia University Libraries
This presentation will highlight locally developed assessment tools that can be adopted and expanded upon at other institutions. Tools highlighted will include a vendor report card that grades resource performance, an auto populated Google renewal Calendar, and locally developed Vendor Assessment Reports. Presenters will speak briefly on vendor analysis tools.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Bielskas

Amanda Bielskas

Head, Collection Management, SESSL, Columbia University
Amanda Bielskas is the Head of Collection Development for Science & Engineering Libraries at Columbia University and has been at Columbia since 2007. She earned her M.L.S. at Long Island University, has a B.A. in Environmental Geology from SUNY Plattsburgh, and has a Masters deg... Read More →
avatar for Colleen Major

Colleen Major

Head, E-Resources Management, Columbia University
Colleen Major is Head of Electronic Resources Management: Operations & Analysis for Columbia University Libraries, where her work focuses on the electronic resource life cycle. Colleen previously served as the Ethnic Studies Librarian and Multicultural Coordinator, and Acquisitio... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:30am - 9:45am
Room 105

9:45am

S046-03: That's the Ticket! Creating a Homegrown Library Ticketing System Using Google Apps
Ticketing systems have many advantages for reporting and resolving problems in a library.  Unfortunately, proprietary ticketing systems are often expensive or complicated;  This presentation will discuss how our library used Google Apps and simple (and shareable) coding to create a ticketing system that works for many areas of the library.  

Speakers
KH

Katharine Hall Baldwin

Marymount University
MB

Meghan Burke

Metadata/Electronic Resources Librarian, Marymount University
MY

Mason Yang

Electronic Services Librarian/Associate Professor, Marymount University


Tuesday March 6, 2018 9:45am - 10:00am
Room 105

10:00am

Break with Exhibitors
Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:00am - 10:45am
Exhibit Hall

10:00am

Exhibit Hall Open 10:00am - 3:15pm
Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:00am - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

10:45am

S055-01: Old-school Selection; New-school environments: Examining usage patterns between librarian-selected print and e-books over time and system changes
We all know ebook usage seems to be rising, and print falling, but can specific causes be found in the data? The presenters examined 2011-2017 usage on librarian-selected print and e-book titles and track usage trends, tying them to changes in the systems and collections environments.

Speakers
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Vanessa French

Electronic Resources Librarian, Butler University
avatar for Josh Petrusa

Josh Petrusa

Assoc. Dean for Collections & Digital Services, Butler University Libraries


Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:00am
Room 105

10:45am

S054: Lightning Talks
You've got an idea, Your community has your back.
  • Do you have ideas that need support to grow? 
  • Are you looking for a partner at another institution to work on a project? 
  • Are you piloting your idea and just need to tell someone who gets 'it' who gets how awesome you are?
  • Do you need another perspective on a particularly thorny or complex area that needs some fresh eyes?
Lightning talks are all you. Any attendee can take the floor for 5 minutes and address the ER&L audience. 

No sales pitches, please. And, keep it in line with our Code of Conduct

Sign up for a Lightning talk onsite. Look for the big board near registration on M2 at the AT&T Center.

First come, first accommodated with a speaking slot.

Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 204

10:45am

S049: Combining Forces for E-Resources: How We Organized a Hackfest for Not Necessarily Programmers
SCELC has generously supported grants for hackfests for electronic resource issues for the past two years. These e-resource-focused events welcome all experience levels, and encourage cross-training and creative thinking rather than requiring programming knowledge. We will share our planning, marketing, and program information for productive, collaborative events with tangible takeaways.

Speakers
avatar for Alexa Stoneman, MLIS, MA, Dip. Lib.

Alexa Stoneman, MLIS, MA, Dip. Lib.

Electronic Resources & Instruction Librarian, Touro University California
Successful history of planning and implementing library and technology operations to enhance resources and services.
JW

Justine Withers, MLIS

E-resources Catalog Librarian, University of San Francisco
improving display of e-resources in discovery layers, efficient record management, putting it all together


Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Salon 4

10:45am

S052: Troubleshooting Your Troubleshooting: A Guide to Recognizing Patterns, Making Decisions, and Delegating
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the variety and number of resource access issues you're asked to fix? This presentation provides a guide to common resource access issues, ways to recognize patterns or larger concerns, methods for creating workflow standardization, and opportunities for delegation in access error investigation and repair.  

Speakers
avatar for Erin Finnerty

Erin Finnerty

Electronic Resources Librarian, Temple University


Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 301

10:45am

S048: New Competencies in Reporting & Analytics
Do you build reports for your library or department? You may have the basics down, but what comes next? Come hear one library, experienced in advanced reporting and analytics, share tips, tricks, and best practices. They’ll discuss experiences with community-based reporting and benchmark analytics to better understand their own activities.

Speakers
JR

Jessie Ransom

Solutions Architect Senior, Ex Libris
avatar for Margaret Briand Wolfe

Margaret Briand Wolfe

Systems Librarian, Boston College
Boston College was a development partner with Ex Libris for Alma and was the first institution to go live with Alma in July 2012. As a systems librarian at Boston College my primary responsibility is Alma. I also work in Alma Analytics and with the Alma APIs. Feel free to ask me... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Salon 3

10:45am

S050: Getting Started with Usage Statistics
Usage statistics are one of the areas that many ERLs engage with on a daily basis. Before you can figure out how to use usage stats to inform purchasing and other decisions, you need to know how and where to find them! This session is aimed at the beginning librarian who is wondering how, where and why to get usage statistics.

Speakers
avatar for Whitney Bates-Gomez

Whitney Bates-Gomez

Electronic Resources Library, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Cente
ER&L is one of the highlights of my year -- I always learn so much! Come talk to me about statistics dashboards, social media management and anything that generally makes the work life of an ERL easier and more fun. In my "spare" time, I chase after my toddler, try out new glute... Read More →



Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Salon 5

10:45am

S051: Diversity - More Than a Policy
This session will ask audience members to share their experiences and thoughts regarding diversity as either a person from an underrepresented group or as a supervisor creating a diverse environment.  Any and all kinds of experiences are welcome.

Speakers
AE

Alice Eng

Electronic Resources Librarian, Wake Forest University
avatar for Hilary Robbeloth

Hilary Robbeloth

Systems & Discovery Librarian, University of Puget Sound



Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Salon 6

10:45am

S053: Publisher Platforms and NISO's PIE-J: Working together to improve e-journal access
Certain platform designs can inadvertently negatively affect the access of e-journals. NISO's PIE-J (Presentation and Identification of E-Journals) offers guidelines on how best to avoid this. In this session, two publishers discuss how they used PIE-J in their platform design to ensure access and discoverability of e-journal content over time.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah (Sally) Glasser

Sarah (Sally) Glasser

Serials/Electronic Resources Librarian, Hofstra University
Sally Glasser is Serials/E-Resources Librarian at Hofstra University (Hempstead, NY) and Chair of NISO's PIE-J Standing Committee.
avatar for Stephanie Kaelin

Stephanie Kaelin

Senior Library Sales Manager, Cambridge University Press
Stephanie Kaelin enjoys a hybrid role, managing the Account Development program, which focuses on post-sale support and customer engagement, while also looking after sales in the NY region. She has over 10 years of experience at several major academic presses and is enthusiastic... Read More →
avatar for Anne-Marie Viola

Anne-Marie Viola

Discovery & Product Usage Manager, SAGE Publishing
I coordinate discovery-related initiatives and product usage reporting for all online products at SAGE Publishing, the leading independent academic and professional publisher. I'm interested in talking about the library discovery ecosystem and the role metadata derivatives play i... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 202

10:45am

S056: To Be(nto) or not to Be(nto)? That is the question...
The “bento box” results display has been adopted by many trend-setting libraries. But is it more effective and more liked by users? This presentation will discuss the results of a study designed to answer those questions and include insights from one of the pioneers of the bento box display.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Boyer

Josh Boyer

department head, User Experience, North Carolina State University
public services, library web, user research,
avatar for David Comeaux

David Comeaux

Discovery Librarian, Louisiana State University
Talk to me about Drupal, User Experience in Libraries, Web-Scale Discovery, E-Textbooks, and Library Web Design.



Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 106

10:45am

The Importance of Discovery: How Prioritizing Exploration Promotes the Value of the Library

SESSION VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE

Your library offers students a wealth of ebooks and print books, but are students able to easily find and use these resources?

Often, librarians focus much of their effort on curating the highest quality content, but end up approaching discoverability of this content as an afterthought. The good news: You can balance these two important components of collection development with the right enrichment tools — like those offered through Syndetics Unbound.

During this session, we’ll explore challenges libraries like yours face when it comes to promoting discoverability, offering valuable examples of approaches that work and approaches that could use a little work. Finally, we’ll share insight into ProQuest’s latest innovation that will provide contextual discovery within the platform, saving your researchers time and effort.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the impact of a lack of discoverability on the library and its researchers.
  • Identify how the integration of Syndetics Unbound into Ebook Central will increase exploration and drive discoverability.
  • Recognize changes that could be made to enhance the discoverability of their library’s resources.

Speakers
avatar for Kari Paulson

Kari Paulson

VP Market Development, Books, ProQuest
avatar for Jed Reinitz

Jed Reinitz

Director Product Management Books, ProQuest

Sponsors
avatar for ProQuest

ProQuest

ProQuest (www.proquest.com) is committed to supporting the important work of the world’s research and learning communities. The company curates content that matters to the advancement of knowledge and simplifies workflows so time is used effectively. And ProQuest connects infor... Read More →



Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 203

11:00am

S055-02: Triple Play with JSTOR Books: Lessons from a Hybrid DDA/EBA Project with Local and Consortial Elements
Offering fixed costs and other advantages over demand-driven projects, evidence-based models of acquisition have surged in popularity among academic libraries. This presentation traces a large, popular, and expensive single-campus implementation of JSTOR Books DDA on its journey to a tripartite hybrid successor involving new EBA (local) and DDA (consortium) elements. 

Speakers
avatar for Harold Colson

Harold Colson

eBooks Strategist & U.S. History Librarian, UC San Diego
Harold has been a selector and subject liaison at UCSD since 1988. He holds degrees from Wake Forest University and Indiana University. Rumor says he cannot resist these conversation starters: Rolling Stones, craft beer, college football, genealogy, Route 66, Bernie Gunther m... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 11:00am - 11:15am
Room 105

11:15am

S055-03: Analyzing Cost Effectiveness of a Print and Ebook Collection Using GreenGlass and Publisher Data
Access to eresource collection analysis tools lead libraries to believe that they can quickly and easily analyze their collections - both print & electronic. This presentation looks at global assessment of book collections: how use is counted differently and whether print and electronic can be compared by employing ratios.

Speakers
avatar for Tina E Chrzastowski

Tina E Chrzastowski

Head of Access & Delivery Services, Santa Clara University Library
avatar for Jessica Harris

Jessica Harris

Head of Electronic Resources & Serials, Santa Clara University Library


Tuesday March 6, 2018 11:15am - 11:30am
Room 105

11:30am

Lunch and Learn with EBSCO
SESSION VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE

Please join EBSCO to hear about:
  • EBSCO OpenDissertations — Changing the Conversation on Electronic Theses and Dissertations
  • Removing Barriers to Access: Exciting Enhancements for eBook Users
  • The FOLIO Community in 2018. Where the Open Access Project Stands and Where it is Headed

*A ticket is required to RSVP for this lunch. Click here to RSVP for the luncheon. 

SCHEDULING NOTE:
11:30am - Buffet line and check-in begins in Zotnik Family Ballroom Lobby
11:45am - Presentation begins in Salon 3

Speakers
avatar for Kara Kroes Li

Kara Kroes Li

Director of Product Management, EBSCO
Kara Kroes Li is Director of Product Management for EBSCO eBooks and has over a decade of experience working on ebook products and services. Current projects and interests include e-book user experience and user research, mobile workflows, analytics, digital preservation, and a... Read More →
avatar for Eric L Frierson MSI

Eric L Frierson MSI

Director, Library Service Engineering, EBSCO Information Services
Hey! I'm the team lead for discovery service engineering and integration for EBSCO. This means I can answer any question you might have about integrating EDS or the EDS API into your library and campus. I'm also a developer, building applications that use our API in outside-of... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Nagy

Andrew Nagy

Director, Software Innovation, EBSCO
The library community is undergoing a disruption in how we use technology. It's new, it's open source, and it's community driven to support a community of innovation. Talk to me about FOLIO - the open source library services platform!

Sponsors
avatar for EBSCO Information Services

EBSCO Information Services

EBSCO Information Services provides a complete and optimized research solution comprised of research databases, e-books and e-journals—all combined with the most powerful discovery service and management resources to support the information and collection development needs of l... Read More →



Tuesday March 6, 2018 11:30am - 1:00pm
Salon 3

1:00pm

S057: Getting started on the right foot with Ezproxy
Presenter will discuss the software's capabilities and go over the download and installation of the software, and existing documentation.  I will suggest best practices for editing the configuration logs. I will address the pros and cons of locally hosted and OCLC hosted Ezproxy servers. 

Speakers
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Shawn Ammon

Client Support Analyst II, Health Sciences Library



Tuesday March 6, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Salon 5

1:00pm

S059: Comprehensive Database Assessment with a Small Staff
This session will review the steps taken to create the assessment protocol used and will include initial results.  The goal of this process is not cancellation, but a strong rationale for why we have each resource.  This comprehensive assessment was created and performed by < 5 people.

Speakers
avatar for Courtney Fuson

Courtney Fuson

Electronic and Educational Resources Librarian, Belmont University
librarian. knitter, sewer, runner, baker, crafter, reader and occasional blogger.


Tuesday March 6, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 202

1:00pm

S060: Crying, Waiting, Hoping: How to Make Sure Your Remote Users Can Access e-Resources
Off-campus e-resource access problems can cause serious frustration for both library users and staff. This session will explore best practices used by libraries with high off-campus e-resource usage that have improved users’ experience and provide tips for identifying potential access issues using the EZproxy logs and administration page.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Peters

Michael Peters

Serials & E-Resources Coordinator, University of the Incarnate Word
I have worked in academic libraries for almost 20 years, and have held the position of Serials & Electronic Resources Coordinator at the University of the Incarnate Word Mabee Library for over 15 of those. I coordinate the acquisition, implementation, and maintenance of the libra... Read More →
avatar for Hank Sway

Hank Sway

Product Analyst, OCLC
Hank Sway joined OCLC as Product Analyst for EZproxy and the WorldShare Platform APIs in September 2016. Prior to coming to OCLC, he held a variety of library technology roles, including as Assistant Library Director for Technology at the Public Library of Brookline (Massachusett... Read More →



Tuesday March 6, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 204

1:00pm

Special Session: The Messy Reality of Algorithmic Culture
SESSION VIDEO (Now freely avaliable courtesy of EBSCO)

Data-driven and algorithmic systems increasingly underpin many decision-making systems, shaping where law enforcement are stationed and what news you are shown on social media. The design of these systems is inscribed with organizational and cultural values. Often, these systems depend on the behavior of everyday people, who may not act as expected. Meanwhile, adversarial actors also seek to manipulate the data upon which these systems are built for personal, political, and economic reasons. In this talk, danah will unpack some of the unique cultural challenges presented by "big data" and machine learning, raising critical questions about fairness and accountability. She will argue that we need to develop more sophisticated ways of thinking about technology before jumping to hype and fear.

Speakers
avatar for danah boyd

danah boyd

Founder, Data & Society Research Institute / Microsoft / NYU
danah boyd is the founder and president of Data & Society, a Principal Researcher at Microsoft, and a Visiting Professor at New York University. Her research is focused on making certain that society has a nuanced understanding of the relationship between technology and society, especially as issues of inequity and bias emerge. She is the author of... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for EBSCO Information Services

EBSCO Information Services

EBSCO Information Services provides a complete and optimized research solution comprised of research databases, e-books and e-journals—all combined with the most powerful discovery service and management resources to support the information and collection development needs of l... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Salon 4

2:00pm

S068-01: Making It Work! Sharing *Great* E-Book Metadata Along A Specialized Supply Chain
Publishers, libraries, aggregators, preservation agencies, collection management systems and discovery services all serve crucial roles in the provision of e-book content and data to end users. However: quality e-book metadata is elusive for all. This session will discuss the NISO initiative which aims to break down barriers to sharing and understanding e-book metadata issues across stakeholders.

Speakers
avatar for Nettie Lagace

Nettie Lagace

Associate Director for Programs, NISO - National Information Standards Organization
Nettie Lagace is the Associate Director for Programs at NISO, where she is responsible for facilitating the work of NISO's topic committees and development groups for standards and best practices, and working with the community to encourage broad adoption of this consensus work... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:15pm
Room 105

2:00pm

S067: Usage at Scale: Providing access to consortial usage data
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission administers two of the largest e-resource consortiums in the United States. This session will review what data is typically available and how the data available to consortia can be collected and normalized to provide data at the consortial, institutional, and campus level.

Speakers
avatar for Ann Griffith

Ann Griffith

Electronic Resources Coordinator, Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Ann Griffith works in Austin, Texas at the Texas State Library & Archives Commission's Library Development and Networking Division, primarily with the TexQuest (Texas K-12 public and open enrollment charter schools) and TexShare (Texas public, academic, and clinical medical libra... Read More →
DC

Danielle Cunniff Plumer, Ph.D., M.S.I.S.

Statewide Resource Sharing Coordinator, Texas State Library and Archives Commission
avatar for Russlene Waukechon

Russlene Waukechon

Networked Information Coordinator, Texas State Library and Archives Commission


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 204

2:00pm

S061: The JCAE DB: Journal Collection Analysis and Evaluation for Outreach and More!
We’ve created a tool to provide journal collection analysis reports which bring together data from any data source, including cost, usage, subjects, holdings, and both external and locally produced evaluative criteria. Learn how we use these reports for academic departmental outreach and to inform library liaison decision-making.

Speakers
avatar for Nat Gustafson-Sundell

Nat Gustafson-Sundell

Collections Librarian, Minnesota State University-Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato
ER

Evan Rusch

Reference Librarian, Minnesota State University-Mankato


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Salon 3

2:00pm

S063: Vendor Relations: Evolving Ethos and Etiquette
Librarians must work productively with vendors, even when competing interests make it seem impossible. How can you advocate for your library while maintaining vendor relationships? We will discuss practical techniques you can use to get the best deal possible and make the wisest use of resources while maintaining positive relationships. 

Speakers
avatar for Laurel Sammonds Crawford, MLIS

Laurel Sammonds Crawford, MLIS

Head of Collection Development, University of North Texas Libraries
Laurel has a BS in Zoology and earned her MLIS from Louisiana State University. Her research interests include collection analysis, electronic resource use and delivery, and library leadership.
AR

Allyson Rodriguez, MLS

Coordinator of Electronic Resources, University of North Texas



Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Salon 5

2:00pm

S064: Have your cake and eat it too: Streamlining resource access via interoperable discovery and patron empowerment integration & SSO at Seton Hall University
This presentation will review how SHU, OCLC and EBSCO cooperated to improve and streamline SHU’s patrons’ login process and provide unified access to SHU’s catalog, availability, and patron account functionality directly within EDS. This session will explain the structure of the integration, as well as perform a live demonstration.

Speakers
MK

Marc Keepper

Product Manager, FOLIO, EBSCO
avatar for Elizabeth Leonard

Elizabeth Leonard

Assistant Dean, Seton Hall University
TM

Tyler Martin

Senior Product Manager, EBSCO Information Services
I am a Senior Product Manager at EBSCO working on EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS), and my current focus is on current EDS ILS Integration projects and Patron Empowerment Functionality in EDS. I also manage a team of Product Management Analysts who are responsible for building and m... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Salon 6

2:00pm

S066: Aargh, Matey! Engaging Students with Augmented Reality (and Pirates)
Augmented Reality on a budget? No problem! The John F. Moss Library has used the free HP Reveal (formerly Aurasma) mobile app to engage students at Texas A&M University-Texarkana for the last two years, and we are here to share our experience. We will cover how to get started and beyond!

Speakers
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Kendra Harrell

Acquisitions Assistant, Texas A&M University - Texarkana
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Teri Stover

Library Director, Texas A&M University - Texarkana


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 202

2:00pm

S069: How to put the library in the patrons' workflow, and be loved for it
I'll present how using innovative product development processes taken out of the startup world helped create an end user focused new product that offers library services in the workflow of off campus users, thus generating a new touchpoint with patrons - one that they highly appreciate.

Speakers
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Johan Tilstra

CEO, founder, Lean Library


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 106

2:00pm

S065: Open Access Content in Discovery
As open access academic materials continue to grow in number, libraries must consider how to make them discoverable. Join this panel discussion on the concerns surrounding open access discovery, including vetting content, identifying and locating it within vendor indexes, and raising patron awareness of open access materials within the library.

Speakers
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Eddie Neuwirth

Director Product Management, Ex Libris
Discovery Services, User Experience, New Technologies, Research Services
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Danielle Ostendorf

Electronic Resources & Serials Librarian, University of Minnesota Duluth
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Alisha Quagliana

University of Texas at Austin


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 301

2:00pm

S062: Discovery elsewhere: using the EDS API in mobile, voice searching, and beyond
This session will look at the integration of discovery and ways to leverage the EBSCO Discovery Service API within the learning management system, within a Bento environment, within a mobile interface, within Alexa or Google Home, or within the ILS interface of the library’s choosing.

Speakers
avatar for William Mischo

William Mischo

Berthold Chair in Library Discovery, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Eric L Frierson MSI

Director, Library Service Engineering, EBSCO Information Services
Hey! I'm the team lead for discovery service engineering and integration for EBSCO. This means I can answer any question you might have about integrating EDS or the EDS API into your library and campus. I'm also a developer, building applications that use our API in outside-of... Read More →
avatar for Rob O'Connell

Rob O'Connell

Director of Discovery and Access, Smith College


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Salon 4

2:00pm

Analyzing the impact and reach of your open access publications with Web of Science
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Through a partnership with Impactstory, Clarivate Analytics has combined the research discovery strength of the Web of Science with the world of Open Access.  Impactstory’s Unpaywall technology is integrated into Web of Science, making it the most authoritative Open Access search engine available. Web of Science users can identify which of their search results are available for free on publishers’ websites (Gold/Gold Hybrid) or trusted repositories (Green Accepted and Green Published). Not only does this make access to free, legal article PDFs simple for researchers and students, but it also enables librarians to do in-depth analysis of Open Access availability across the 32,000 journals on the Web of Science platform.  Currently, this means over 10 million Open Access articles can be found through Web of Science. We will use InCites Benchmarking and Analytics to analyze the citation impact of Open Access content from a university.  We will examine this from the journal, subject area, and funder perspectives, and discuss how libraries can use these data to support Open Access policies and collection development.

Speakers
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Ann Beynon

Manager, Solution Specialists, Clarivate Analytics

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Clarivate Analytics

Clarivate Analytics accelerates the pace of innovation by providing trusted insights and analytics to customers around the world, enabling them to discover, protect and commercialize new ideas faster. Formerly the Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters, we own and operate a collection of leading subscription-based services focused on scientific and academic research, patent analytics and regulatory standards, pharmaceutical and biotech intelligence, trademark protection, domain brand protection and intellectual property management. Clarivate Analytics is now an independent company with over 4,000 employees, operating in more than 100 countries and owns well‐known brands that include Web of Science, Cortellis, Thomson Innovation, Derwent World Patents Index, CompuMark, MarkMonitor and Techstreet, among others. For more information, visit... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 203

2:00pm

Break with Exhibitors
Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

Attended Poster Session in Exhibit Hall
Posters wil be displayed from 9:00am - 5:30pm. 
Posters will be attended 2:00pm - 3:15pm.
Join your colleagues for ER&L’s first poster session ever!
While this inaugural group of posters will be available for viewing ALL day in both days of the the exhibit, be sure to make time to view the posters while they are attended by the creative and talented poster creators. Keep your eyes out for the select few e-poster who have some extra special visual presentations on screen to share.
Pro-Tip! For those of us who may not love networking, the poster session is a great chance to mix and mingle over interesting eresources-related content that these poster presenters really want to share.
 

Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

EP03: workflow vs lifecycle management: bridging the gap
Day to day life in eresources management includes managing several intersecting workflows, across units (at least in our library). While managing the minutiae, how can we keep the big picture of the eresources lifecycle in mind? I will share some ideas from our library when we tackled this question.

Speakers
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Jaclyn McLean

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Saskatchewan


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

EP04: Competencies and the Advancement of ERLs
The NASIG Core Competencies for Electronic Resources Librarians provided a framework to define the professional practice of electronic resource librarianship. This poster will demonstrate how the NASIG Core Competencies were applied to the advancement in title process for an experienced ERL and the initial training phase of a new ERL.

Speakers
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Angela Dresselhaus

Librarian, East Carolina University
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Rebecca Tatterson

East Carolina University
Electronic Resources Librarian, Joyner Library


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P14: Taming the Beast: Adopting a Collaborative Email Inbox
Email...the ubiquitous workplace technology that contributes to workplace information overload. Though ignoring it might seem like a way out, what are the options when each email needs some level of attention? This poster addresses the use of collaborative technologies to improve productivity, focus the workflow, and manage the overload.

Speakers
avatar for Colleen Major

Colleen Major

Head, E-Resources Management, Columbia University
Colleen Major is Head of Electronic Resources Management: Operations & Analysis for Columbia University Libraries, where her work focuses on the electronic resource life cycle. Colleen previously served as the Ethnic Studies Librarian and Multicultural Coordinator, and Acquisitio... Read More →
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Susan Marcin

Head of E-Resources Management: Technologies & User Experience, Columbia University Libraries
Susan Marcin is the Head of E-Resources Management: Technologies & User Experience for Columbia University Libraries, where her work focuses on the e-resources life cycle of acquisitions, access, administration, support, and evaluation.  She holds a BA from Trinity College in H... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P15: This Just In: Highlighting New E-Resources via a Digital Display
Libraries use displays to highlight new or topical items in our collections. As we expand our e-book and streaming film collections, a physical display no longer captures the range of available resources.  We have created a digital display to highlight e-resources alongside physical items, increasing awareness among our library users.


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P16: Finding Our True Blue Ocean! Lessons learned from the University of Texas System Digital Library's Blue Ocean Strategy
Blue Ocean Strategy says innovation will unlock new demand. Our vision focuses on demand, not supply, to find an uncontested marketplace. Instead of competition setting the benchmark, we will offer services to build confidence in our primary customer base, library staff at member institutions, to champion action, resiliency and progress.

Speakers
avatar for Ronda Rowe

Ronda Rowe

UT System Licensing and Communications Librarian, University of Texas at Austin
Ronda Rowe is the UT System Licensing and Communications Librarian for the University of Texas Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin. In this position, she is responsible for developing and implementing effective and efficient license negotiations and processing for the... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P17: Collaborative Information Discovery at an Academic Library
We are currently testing a collaborative information discovery system in the Grainger Engineering Library Information Center IDEA Lab. The system allows multiple users to search multiple Library databases at one time. These tests will allow us to improve the system and promote information discovery as a collaborative process.

Speakers
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Alexandra Krogman

Physical Sciences and Engineering Librarian, Grainger Engineering Library, University of Illinois Library
avatar for William Mischo

William Mischo

Berthold Chair in Library Discovery, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P18: An eResource by Any Other Name: Folder and File Naming Conventions for Electronic Resources
ERM can (and should) result in a lot of files to be recorded and refered to later, from versions of licenses to emails recording crucial decisions and feedback.  A naming and organization convention for files and folders can facilitate discovery and efficient storage.  Here's one way to do it.

Speakers
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Matt Thomas

Wilfrid Laurier University


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P19: Germinating Best Practices in Weeding eResources: A Community Garden Approach
Annual, procedure-less eResources reviews inspired Academic Librarians to initiate a grassroots movement to empower ourselves to make informed decisions. We gathered essential data and worked together to interpret their nuances. Our actions established best practices, guidelines, and data to help subject librarians plan for significant cuts in our serials budget.

Speakers
avatar for Rachael Clark

Rachael Clark

Collections Strategy & Assessment Librarian, Wayne State University Libraries
avatar for James Van Loon

James Van Loon

Science Librarian, Wayne State University Libraries
* Science Librarian at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI | * MS Mechanical Engineering and MLIS from Wayne State University | * Provides research and instructional support to the College of Engineering | * Provides research data services as a member of the library’s R... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P20: In Demand: Using Formalized Project Management to Manage Emerging Technologies
A good idea is always a good idea until it isn’t. Significant resources can be expended when experimenting with new technologies. This poster will depict a formal project management demand workflow that creates room for innovation while providing paths forward for adoption or discontinuation.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth German

Elizabeth German

Service Design Librarian, Texas A&M University
Beth is an Assistant Librarian at Texas A&M University where she is the Service Design Librarian. In this role she connects user experience and project management to develop and enhance library tools and services. She received her Professional Management Professional certificatio... Read More →



Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P21: Who’s talking about our research? Using altmetrics to inform strategic outreach and communications at your institution
Altmetrics provide vital data about your institution’s scholarly footprint that can help shape effective communications and marketing strategies. This poster presents multiple workflow integrations, like audience segmentation, influencer analysis, campaign benchmarking, cross-campus partnerships, and examples of how other organizations use altmetric data to share research successes with external stakeholders.

Speakers

Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P22: Examining the ebook collection: the use of transactional license data to demonstrate the impact of ebook collections
Transactional license data was used to demonstrate the impact of an ebook collection. An analysis of the data from before and after the ebook acquisition illustrated the value of an ebook ‘big deal’; in meeting and anticipating faculty needs and providing broader access to course-related titles through favorable license terms.

Speakers
avatar for Eva Jurczyk

Eva Jurczyk

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Toronto


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P23: Now You See It: Representing Video Titles in 360 KB
Streaming video is a rapidly growing content area, but underrepresented in ERM tools and Knowledgebases, where serials and monographs have received the greatest attention. The 360 Knowledgebase content team is closing this gap by exploring how to improve libraries' ability to track video streaming content at a title level.

Speakers
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Jess Short

Ex Libris Group


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P24: Flexible Marketing and Outreach: An Institutional Repository Case Study
Librarians at Duquesne University did a soft rollout of their institutional repository in 2016, with a full rollout planned for 2017. Elsevier's acquisition of Digital Commons prompted a reevaluation of the marketing plan. The Outreach Librarian and IR Administrator approached this problem collaboratively to craft (and rebrand) a marketing message.

Speakers
avatar for Christie Kliewer

Christie Kliewer

Outreach & Communications Librarian, Duquesne University, Gumberg Library
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Gesina Phillips

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Duquesne University, Gumberg Library


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P25: Should You Add URIs? Linked Data in Library La La Land
This poster will highlight the benefits of adding URIs to legacy MARC records to allow data to be shared across multiple platforms.  Adding URIs will better prepare libraries to leave the siloed storage of MARC behind and enter into BIBFRAME and the wider world of linked data.

Speakers
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Allison Brungard

STEM/Electronic Access Librarian, Slippery Rock University
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Bridget Euliano

Director, Technical Services, George Mason University


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P26: Building Campus Relationships to Bring Library Services to Faculty
University of Miami has an initiative to build relationships with faculty and university services. The library has identified strategic cross-campus partnerships, using Leganto for specific and relevant collaborations on the creation, management, and sharing of resource lists. Partnerships include the writing center, the language lab, the book store, and instructors.

Speakers
avatar for Dennis J. Smith

Dennis J. Smith

Head of Access Services, University of Miami


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:00pm

P27: Transforming Library data: Using LibInsight’s data visualization for electronic resources
In order to better engage in assessment activities, TCNJ began utilizing Springshare's data collection tool, LibInsight.  Going beyond traditional data collection, LibInsight allows the library to visualize, evaluate, and assess library electronic resources and collections and compare current data with previous years. This poster graphically represents how this tool has facilitated assessment initiatives.

Speakers
JM

Jia Mi

Electronic Resources/Serials Librarian, The College of New Jersey


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Exhibit Hall

2:15pm

S068-02 - Using scripts to evaluate and compare ebook metadata completeness across multiple record sources
Using Python scripts to evalute MARC record sets for ebooks, the University of Minnesota is able to quickly determine overall record quality and make data-driven choices for metadata source (among OCLC's WorldShare Collection Manager, the Alma Community Zone, and content providers).This presentation will share evaluation data and discuss its implications.

Speakers
avatar for Stacie Traill

Stacie Traill

Metadata Analyst, University of Minnesota
Stacie Traill is a Metadata Analyst at the University of Minnesota Libraries. Prior to her current role, she held positions as Cartographic and Electronic Resources Cataloger and Special Formats Cataloging Coordinator also at the University of Minnesota. Stacie has worked extensi... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:15pm - 2:30pm
Room 105

2:30pm

S068-03: Data Science Collecting in Print
Data science is an interdisciplinary field that crosses into several domains. This creates a collection development challenge for a field becoming increasingly important to academia and industry. Join us to learn how we used GOBI, websites, reading lists, and course syllabi to build a niche data science print collection.

Speakers
avatar for Heidi Tebbe

Heidi Tebbe

Collections & Research Librarian for Engineering and Data Science, NCSU Libraries
Heidi Tebbe is the Collections & Research Librarian for Engineering and Data Science at North Carolina State University. She manages collections for subjects including engineering, computer science, physics, astronomy, and data science.
avatar for Mira Waller

Mira Waller

Interim Department Head, Research Engagement, NCSU Libraries


Tuesday March 6, 2018 2:30pm - 2:45pm
Room 105

3:15pm

S077-01: (mis)Adventures in building a data dashboard : trying to use Alma and Tableau to create a cancellations dashboard
BC Libraries plans to build a dashboard to inform decision-making by tying together data from diverse sources.  As an initial step in this direction, a cancellation dashboard is under construction.  It intends to identify electronic resource candidates for cancellation in order to fund the cost of new subscriptions as needed.  

Speakers
AD

Amy Dittman

Resource Acquisition Librarian, Boston College


Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 3:30pm
Room 105

3:15pm

S071: A Very Bad Idea: Calculating ROI in Libraries
Libraries exist in a world where everyone and every thing is expected to show their respective worth. While it is tempting to follow this model for demonstrating value it is the first step towards a system where everything will have to have a demonstrated value.

Speakers
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Nicholas Wyant

Head, Social Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington


Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Salon 4

3:15pm

S072: Small Data Management: Master Data for Better Collection Analysis
While librarians often speak about data management for external data, little has been said about managing internal data in a systematic manner. Information about the need, along with tools and methodologies, for starting a small-scale data management program for internal collection analysis and assessment purposes will be discussed.

Speakers
avatar for Jared Howland

Jared Howland

Collection Development Coordinator, Brigham Young University
Jared Howland has worked at the Brigham Young University library since 2003 and is currently the Collection Development Coordinator. Prior to that, he worked as the Collection Assessment Librarian, Head of Catalog Services, and Electronic Resources Librarian at BYU.



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Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Salon 5

3:15pm

S075: Drilling Down – Assessing Digital Scholarship Options Available through Commercial Vendors
Ensuring the availability of rich digital content is a vital component of a library’s digital scholarship program. This session will explore the development of a rubric allowing libraries to evaluate the data mining potential within their current collections, as well as helping to inform the decision-making process for new acquisitions.

Speakers
avatar for Joshua Been

Joshua Been

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Baylor University
avatar for Jackie Bronicki

Jackie Bronicki

Assessment & Statistics, University of Houston
University of Houston
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J. Michael Thompson

Asst. Director for Delivery Services, Baylor University
avatar for Loretta Wallace

Loretta Wallace

Social Sciences Liaison Librarian for Business, University of Texas at Austin
Loretta Wallace is the Business Librarian for the University of Texas Libraries. She is the director of the Business Research Center and liaison to the McCombs School of Business. Most of her career as a research librarian has been within the corporate sector working in a variety... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Room 202

3:15pm

S073: Redesigning Technical Services to Meet Today’s Patron’s Needs
Implementing a next-gen library system gives library staff opportunities to assess technical services processes with an eye towards patron needs and more effective use of resources. We will explore how an academic library at a public institution is developing internal staff for a whole new way to run tech services.

Speakers
avatar for Katy Aronoff

Katy Aronoff

Solutions Architect Manager, Ex Libris, a ProQuest Company
Katy Aronoff is manager of solutions architecture for Ex Libris, running the pre-sales team for North America and conducting product demonstrations and workshops at libraries across the United States, Canada, and Latin America for Ex Libris. Prior to joining Ex Libris, she worked... Read More →
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Katie Gohn

Head of Collections, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
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Charlie Remy

Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga


Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Salon 6

3:15pm

S076: Family Feud: Does Size Matter? An Institutional Perspective
The wildly popular Family Feud: ER&L Edition returns with a look at careers.  Come explore the best and worst of working for different sized institutions. A panel discussion on librarian career paths and career development will follow the game.  David vs. Goliath....who has a better handle on their careers?

Speakers
avatar for Arta Kabashi

Arta Kabashi

Manager Regional Sales, ProQuest
Arta Kabashi
avatar for Carol Seiler

Carol Seiler

Account Services Manager, EBSCO
Carol Seiler has an MLS from Texas Woman’s University, earned at a time when the internet was young and the web barely existed. She started her career in libraries as a cataloger and now has worked in almost all areas of the library. She has primarily worked as an academic/medi... Read More →
avatar for Steve Shadle

Steve Shadle

Serials Access Librarian, University of Washington Libraries
Steve's primary responsibility at the University of Washington Libraries is to manage the library linking systems that provide access to journal full-text. In addition, he catalogs eSerials selected and licensed by the UW Libraries. Steve's background in serial standards began wi... Read More →



Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Room 204

3:15pm

S078: Moving to ERM, or What Do We Have; Is That Perpetual; and Where’s the Title List?
We have folders, emails, memories, and LibGuides, but the University of Central Florida never had an electronic resource management system. In July, our consortia migrates to Sierra and its ERM. How to gather and track our data in a useful, sustainable way? Hear our plan and share your experiences.

Speakers
avatar for Tina Buck

Tina Buck

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Central Florida
Serials holdings, database a-z, and working towards an ERM with some cataloging and acquisitions mixed in. For fun, I enjoy baking bread.


Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Room 106

3:15pm

S070: Web-Scale Discovery & the Advanced User
What role does web-scale discovery play in the advanced user's online research workflow? Using multiple methodologies, including biometrics and facial expression analysis, researchers from Brown University Library and EBSCO Information Services collaborated to understand how graduate students use web-scale discovery in the course of their research.

Speakers
avatar for Deirdre Costello

Deirdre Costello

Director, UX Research, EBSCO Information Services
Comic books, animal rights and UX, of course!
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Jeanette Norris

Metadata Management Librarian, Brown University



Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Salon 3

3:15pm

S074: Going Where Our Users Are: Enhancing Discovery and Access Beyond Traditional Library Tools
Many patrons bypass the library and its discovery channels - opting for PubMed, Google Scholar or even pirate sites like Sci-Hub to find/access articles. We'll report on a pilot designed to eliminate friction and instead provide seamless access to library resources, regardless of the patron's starting point.

Speakers
avatar for Jason Chabak

Jason Chabak

Director of Institutional Sales, ReadCube
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Michael Levine-Clark

Dean, University of Denver
Michael Levine-Clark, the Dean and Director of the University of Denver Libraries, is the recipient of the 2015 HARRASOWITZ Leadership in Library Acquisitions Award. He writes and speaks regularly on strategies for improving academic library collection development practices, including the use of e-books in academic libraries, the development of demand-driven acquisition models, and implications of discovery tool... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Room 301

3:15pm

Wellness@Work – Chair Yoga with Guided Meditation
Life contains some tension-inducing circumstances. Relaxation is a skill that can be cultivated through learning and practice. Chair yoga can cultivate your awareness of breath with gentle movement.

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Join us for this afternoon yoga session as a part of Wellness @ ER&L sponsored by Springer Nature.

 


Speakers
avatar for Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Teaching since 2016, Vinyasa Yoga
Lauren's yoga practice began in 2004.  She played a variety of sports in high school and college. She began to have a need for something in addition to her physicality that would include a sense of spirituality and inner peace. It wasn't until 2011 that Lauren realized yoga was becoming an area of deep seated fulfillment in her life... Read More →

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Springer Nature

Springer Nature is a new force in research, professional and educational publishing. Every day around the globe, our imprints, books, journals, and resources reach millions of people - helping students to learn, researchers and scientists to discover, and professionals to achieve their goals and ambitions. We see it as our role to challenge the status quo on our... Read More →



Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Room 107

3:30pm

S077-02: Building a data-positive library culture from the ground up: strategies for small and mid-sized libraries
Using Westfield State University's Ely Library as a case study, this session presents strategies librarians can use for improving data skills, increasing cross-department collaboration, creating a data-positive culture, and gaining staff support for data-related projects. This short talk is particularly geared towards solutions that are free or low-cost.

Speakers
avatar for Becca Brody

Becca Brody

Collection Strategy Librarian, Westfield State University
I am a reference/instruction librarian who fell into the e-resource and serials management world by accident. I also recently finished an MPA in nonprofit management, which encouraged me to think more broadly about how to encourage organizational change and move data-informed pro... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:30pm - 3:45pm
Room 105

3:45pm

S077-03 - Building Data Savvy Librarians - A Roadmap
Data Science in Libraries is an IMLS funded National Forum grant that convened an international workshop of people who are teaching or using data science in libraries. Drawing on the expertise of workshop participants, the group created a report and a roadmap to integrate data science in libraries. This presentation provides a brief overview of the findings and roadmap for managers, librarians, and funders.

Speakers
avatar for Matt Burton

Matt Burton

Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh


Tuesday March 6, 2018 3:45pm - 4:00pm
Room 105

4:15pm

S086-01: Playing Hide 'n Seek with electronic resource metrics: Seeking the hidden work in electronic resource management
Often statistcs or metrics for electronic resouces focus on usage, but that neglects the work during acquiring, licensing, and activating resources, as well as the ongoing work related to electronic resources.  The staff that deal with this often have no way to illustrate their work for reporting purposes.

Speakers
avatar for Jessie Copeland

Jessie Copeland

Head, Electronic & Continuing Resources, Emory University


Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Room 105

4:15pm

CANCELLED S081-01: Understanding University Administrators: Misconceptions, Metrics, and Strategies
As part of faculty governance, and recently wrapping up a two-year stint as the Associate Chair of the NC State Faculty, Darby Orcutt works very closely with the Chancellor, Provost, and other high-level administrators of his university, and will share insights into their thought and decision-making processes.

Speakers
avatar for Darby Orcutt

Darby Orcutt

Assistant Head, Collections & Research Strategy, NCSU Libraries
interdisciplinary research | TDM/ computational research - negotiations and agreements | library liaison roles | user-driven collections strategies



Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Salon 5

4:15pm

S085: The Artist Librarian: A Panel on Creativity in Librarianship
While we're librarians who work with electronic resources, many of us are also librarians who write, make music, paint, or create in myriad other ways. Both of us are poets and writing is a definitive part of our lives—it’s not a hobby. We suspect that there are other ER&L 2018 attendees who feel the same way about their creative lives and we’re certain those same people are doing great things for the libraries in which they work. For us, the boundary between our working life and our creative life is vaporous, if it exists at all.

So let’s share our creative achievements! Let’s talk about how the practice of making something in one realm lends itself to being a thoughtful, creative colleague. Let’s discuss how your facility with language and composition inspires innovations in your library instruction sessions. Let’s examine the tension that can exist between having to answer a thousand emails and getting to your gig on time. We want to hear from those of you who participate in art, music, writing, and creative communities, and we welcome those of you who might not be involved in creative communities but are nonetheless interested.

The Artist Librarian: A Panel on Creativity in Librarianship 
will begin with a panel conversation among five artist/librarian attendees. Then, we'll open the discussion up among panelists and audience members. Finally, we'll end with an open mic presentation from you. Read a poem, share your visual art, perform a song--we want to hear it, and we can't wait to hear from you!

Interested in participating? Email Sommer sommer.browning@ucdenver.edu or Shannon shannon.tharp@du.edu

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Baxmeyer

Jennifer Baxmeyer

Leader, Electronic Resources Team, Princeton University
A pen by the phone is good. Fifteen pens by the phone is clutter. | | Cellist and Librarian
avatar for Sommer Browning

Sommer Browning

AD of Technical & Financial Services, Auraria Library
Discovery. Access. Electronic Resources. Acquisitions. Budget. Assessment. Tenure-track. Poetry.
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Boaz Nadav-Manes

AUL, Access Services & Collection Management, Brown Library
Boaz Nadav-Manes is the Associate University Librarian for Access Services and Collection Management at Brown University Library. In this role, he oversees the allocation and expenditure of the Libraries' collections budget, and the ongoing management of services and staff that a... Read More →
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Kelly Smith

Associate University Librarian, Eastern Kentucky University
Kelly Smith is Coordinator of Collections and Discovery at Eastern Kentucky University Libraries, where she has worked since 2005. She is a column editor for the journal Serials Review, an intern on the ALCTS Advocacy and Policy Committee, and serves on the collections committees... Read More →
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Shannon Tharp

Collections & Content Management Librarian, University of Denver Libraries



Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Room 204

4:15pm

S079: Into the Great Wide Open: Licensing, Vendor Relations, and Data Security During "Interesting Times"
Ask not for whom the bot behind a geographically-unusual IP tolls. In the age of Sci-Hub, it tolls for thee. This practical, foundation-level presentation will discuss the areas of intersection between licensing, vendor relations, and the successful resolution of incidents of prohibited use of content and their associated IP blocks.

Following this session, participants will be able to recognize and favorably negotiate key license terms relating to sharing and access of resources and data privacy, work with vendors in a productive manner to resolve incidents of prohibited use, such as excessive downloading and its oft-accompanying IP block, to both parties’ mutual satisfaction.

Speakers
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Kate Hill

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
I enjoy talking about all things geek, and exploring new food and beer places. Oh, I also enjoy talking UX for e-resource access and best ways to wrangle metadata into something useful.
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Tessa Minchew

Electronic Resources Librarian, North Carolina State University Libraries
Tessa Minchew is an Electronic Resources Librarian at the North Carolina State University Libraries. Her duties include e-resources licensing; package, project, knowledgebase and e-resources management; discovery troubleshooting; cataloging policy and procedure oversight; interna... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Salon 3

4:15pm

S082: Digital Piracy: Best Practices for Librarians and IT Professionals
The publishing community recognizes the current hurdles that librarians face on a daily basis with digital piracy (e.g. Sci-Hub). Therefore, as a group, we have assembled to develop tools and a communications workflow in order to make it easier to protect your electronic resources and the safety of the information of your students/staff. Before we officially role this out to the academic community, we would like to share with you and solicit your feedback.

Speakers
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Juan Denzer

Discovery Services Librarian, SUNY Oswego Penfield Library
Juan Denzer is the Discovery Services Librarian at SUNY Oswego. He earned his MSLIS IN 2017 from the University at Buffalo, has a B.A. in Computer Sciences from Binghamton University. He is the author of a LITA Guide entitled: Digital Collections and Exhibits. Prior to working... Read More →
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Sari Frances

Manager of Digital License Compliance, IEEE
With over 15 years experience in the publishing industry, Sari Frances, Manager of Digital License Compliance, has successfully managed IEEE’s IP Protection Program since 2008. IEEE is the world’s largest organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity... Read More →
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Tom reller

VP, Global Communications, Elsevier
As a Vice President, Global Communications, Tom Reller leads a team responsible for linking Global Communications to the Business Units (BUs) and is responsible for understanding BU business needs and applying the right set of communications messages, tactics and programs to hel... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Salon 6

4:15pm

S083: Connecting library acquisitions to institutional research output to improve decision support
ConsortiaManager will share our experiences with connecting research output to the library acquisitions, enabling better decision support and creating better understanding of the true value of purchased content. Further to this, we will show how we evaluate the actual consequenses of moving away from the big deal.

Speakers
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Nels Rune Jensen

Co-Founder, ConsortiaManager


Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Room 301

4:15pm

S084: WMS Collection Manager and Licenses, 2018 Tips & Tricks
Learn the latest tips, tricks, techniques and workflows for WMS Collection Manager and Licenses in order to make the library’s resources accessible to users, whether print, electronic or other formats. Learn how to accurately reflect your library’s resources, address usage permissions, reduce issues and make resources discoverable.

Speakers
avatar for Margaret Hogarth

Margaret Hogarth

Resource & Acquisition Team Leader, Claremont Colleges Library
Margaret Hogarth is the Information Resources Acquisitions Team Leader at the Claremont Colleges Library, where she works with electronic resources, acquisitions and STEM-related services. She has an MLIS from California State University, San Jose and a Masters in Environmental S... Read More →


Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Room 202

4:15pm

S080: Moving Beyond IP Authentication: The New Frontier in Single Sign-On
Libraries often rely on IP authentication to support resource access. Yet changing user workflows, a need for personalization and better security dictates a new approach. This session will discuss how libraries can move beyond IP authentication to one that is more secure, personalized and is easy to setup and manage. 

Speakers
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Andrew Nagy

Director, Software Innovation, EBSCO
The library community is undergoing a disruption in how we use technology. It's new, it's open source, and it's community driven to support a community of innovation. Talk to me about FOLIO - the open source library services platform!
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Dale Saenz

Library Director, Laredo Community College
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Rob Scaysbrook

Head of Sales, OpenAthens


Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Salon 4

4:15pm

S087: Analyzing Linked Data from an SEO Perspective
One of the chief promises of linked data for libraries is search engine visibility. Few studies, however, have attempted a quantitative analysis of linked data's impact on search engine rankings. In this session, we will review a linked data project from a search engine optimization perspective.

Speakers
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Trey Gordner

Founder/CEO, Koios
Any of the following: | - online visibility / search engines | - digital marketing | - user experience (UX) | - startups | For more on what Koios is building: libraries.readlibre.com


Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Room 106

4:30pm

S081-02: Communicating Accessibility to Third Party Vendors
Technologies have emerged so quickly since the onset of the internet that digital accessibility is often overlooked. As much of a library's online resources are provided via third parties, prioritizing accessibility can be very challenging. In what ways might librarians communicate their commitment to accessibility to vendors? This presentation is geared towards librarians ready to start promoting accessibility in their institutions and includes a basic introduction to concepts and standards in accessibility as well as a brief overview of landmark disability legislation.

Speakers
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Faye O'Reilly

Digital Resources Librarian, Wichita State University
I am relatively new to the E-Resources Librarianship scene, but I have a few years of e-resource management experience under my belt. Ask me about being a new librarian & professional development. My real passion is digital accessibility- Let's chat about improving library servic... Read More →




Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Salon 5

4:30pm

S086-02: A Cloud to Another Cloud - Migrating from WMS to Alma
UNC Charlotte Atkins Library migrated from OCLC WorldShare Management Services to Ex Libris Alma in January 2018.  This presentation describes how Atkins Library, an early adopter of such a transition, initiated pre-migration cleanup, prepared for electronic resources and cataloging records, and tackled unexpected migration issues.  

Speakers
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Shoko Tokoro

Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian, UNC Charlotte



Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Room 105

4:45pm

S081-03: EBA, DDA, ATO, Oh My! - Testing Different Acquisitions Models for the Best ROI
New acquisitions models are revolutionizing library purchasing, but are they also adding value to library collections? This presentation discusses one library’s experience with evidence-based, demand-driven, and access to own acquisitions models, including implementation, benefits and drawbacks, and how experimentation with the new models lowered costs and increased return on investment.

Speakers
avatar for Kelly M. Robinson

Kelly M. Robinson

Head of Collection Management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Former public services librarian turned rogue technical services librarian, handling acquisitions, e-resources, and licensing. My interests include data & open data trends, e-resource budgeting, and STEM resources.



Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:45pm - 5:00pm
Salon 5

4:45pm

S086-03: Lucky2+: Institutional Repository Efficiencies via a Unique Partnership Now Extending to Others
Researchers want publication dissemination to share results, build promotion portfolios, and gain funding success. Librarians enable discovery of research by hosting journal articles within institutional repositories. A solution has been achieved through an innovative partnership between an academic library and a commercial publisher. Others can employ the described automated processes.

Speakers
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Robert V Phillips

Application Programmer II, University of Florida
PhD in Cognitive Science, J.D., Application Programmer at the University of Florida. Topics of interest: Python; Django Websites; Mining, converting, analyzing XML; Elsevier APIs; Institutional Repository; Podengos



Tuesday March 6, 2018 4:45pm - 5:00pm
Room 105
 
Wednesday, March 7
 

7:00am

CANCELLED Morning Yoga – Mixed Levels Vinyasa
Mixed Levels Vinyasa
This flowing class links movement to breath through a full range of poses, with options for beginners and experience students alike.

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Join us for morning yoga as a part of Wellness @ ER&L sponsored by Springer Nature.
Yoga mats and towels will be in available.  

New to yoga?  No need for expensive yoga gear, just comfy clothes that you can stretch in. No shoes are worn during yoga. Try not to eat for two hours leading up to your class. Feel free to bring water bottles.
 

Speakers
avatar for Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Lauren O’Hara, RYT 200

Teaching since 2016, Vinyasa Yoga
Lauren's yoga practice began in 2004.  She played a variety of sports in high school and college. She began to have a need for something in addition to her physicality that would include a sense of spirituality and inner peace. It wasn't until 2011 that Lauren realized yoga was becoming an area of deep seated fulfillment in her life... Read More →

Sponsors
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Springer Nature

Springer Nature is a new force in research, professional and educational publishing. Every day around the globe, our imprints, books, journals, and resources reach millions of people - helping students to learn, researchers and scientists to discover, and professionals to achieve their goals and ambitions. We see it as our role to challenge the status quo on our... Read More →



Wednesday March 7, 2018 7:00am - 7:45am
Room 107

7:00am

ER&L 2018 FUN RUN / WALK
Join your colleagues and friends on a casual (or competitive, if that’s your way) morning run or walk through UT Campus.  This 3K (1.9 miles) route is perfect way to check out UT’s new pedestrian mall, catch site of the Ellsworth Kelly “Austin” installation, and see the UT Tower as you head through campus, down by the stadium, then back to the AT&T Center.  Take one or two laps, more if you want, then finish it off with a breakfast taco.  
Meet at 7:00 am at the front of the AT&T Center.  See the course map below.
 

Sponsors
avatar for Springer Nature

Springer Nature

Springer Nature is a new force in research, professional and educational publishing. Every day around the globe, our imprints, books, journals, and resources reach millions of people - helping students to learn, researchers and scientists to discover, and professionals to achieve their goals and ambitions. We see it as our role to challenge the status quo on our... Read More →



Wednesday March 7, 2018 7:00am - 8:00am
AT&T Hotel Entrance

7:00am

Breakfast
Wednesday March 7, 2018 7:00am - 9:00am
Tejas Dining Room

7:00am

Information Desk Open
Wednesday March 7, 2018 7:00am - 1:00pm
Registration Desk

8:30am

S094: Consortium Collection Development: A Multi-Format Approach
This panel will discuss how the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC) partnered with Oxford University Press and GOBI Library Solutions to address the WRLC’s goal of transitioning more resources from print to digital while minimizing duplication, meeting the collection development goals of individual libraries and supporting faculty and students’ needs.

Speakers
avatar for Kristine Baker

Kristine Baker

VP Inside Sales & Consortia, GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
avatar for Gwendolyn Reece

Gwendolyn Reece

American University
Chair WRLC Steering Committee 2012-2017, Chair WRLC Shared Collections Vision Task Force
avatar for Rebecca Seger

Rebecca Seger

Sales Director, Global Academic Business, Oxford University Press
Rebecca Seger is the Senior Director for Institutional Sales at Oxford University Press USA.  She has been working with libraries for her entire career, currently leading the OUP team that works with, and sells, to all types of libraries and consortia in North and South America... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 8:30am - 9:15am
Room 105

8:30am

S091: Documentation & training 101, AKA: having a Plan B for staffing emergencies
In this presentation, I’ll discuss how I’ve approached documentation and training, both as a staff member “hit by a bus” and as the backup left to pick up the pieces. I’ll address why this is important, where you even begin, what’s worked, what hasn’t, and what I’m still wrestling with.

Speakers
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Heather Shipman

E-Resource Specialist, Cornell University Library
Heather Shipman coordinates Cornell's ebook ordering team and is part of the e-resource troubleshooting team. She tends to stick her nose into everything to see how it works.


Wednesday March 7, 2018 8:30am - 9:15am
Salon 6

8:30am

S095: The Access vs. Cost Conundrum: Balancing the Provision of Electronic Resources at the World Bank in a Time of Change
To achieve its twin goals of ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity, the World Bank President announced a set of reorganization plans at its Annual Meeting in October 2013. To address expenditure review and strategic staffing, World Bank Library had to navigate the access/cost conundrum for effective e-resources management.

Speakers
avatar for Mwangala Mboo

Mwangala Mboo

IT Analyst, The World Bank Group
Mwangala Mboo is an eResources Analyst at the World Bank Group where she is responsible for acquisitions and licensing, content/product evaluation, user needs analysis, and financial recording and reporting. | She has worked for a developing country government, a diplomatic mis... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 8:30am - 9:15am
Room 106

8:30am

S088: The Bookstore is for T-Shirts: Cooperatively Marketing the Library’s Ebooks as Textbooks
Textbook affordability has become a key concern for faculty, publishers, and librarians. A librarian-publisher team will provide a toolkit for librarians interested in identifying ebooks within their collection that may be used as affordable course texts, as well as methods for working with publishers and faculty in collaborative marketing.

Speakers
MD

Maura Diamond

Director, Institutional Sales, Springer Nature
avatar for Kelly M. Robinson

Kelly M. Robinson

Head of Collection Management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Former public services librarian turned rogue technical services librarian, handling acquisitions, e-resources, and licensing. My interests include data & open data trends, e-resource budgeting, and STEM resources.
avatar for Krystie Wilfong

Krystie Wilfong

ACL for Collection MGMT & Scholarly Communications, Bates College


Wednesday March 7, 2018 8:30am - 9:15am
Salon 3

8:30am

S093: A Simpler Path to Public Access Compliance Using CHORUS Institution Dashboard
CHORUS has developed tools to identify, ingest and monitor funded article metadata, and is partnering with libraries and publishers to ensure that articles are publicly accessible when required. This session shows how publishers, funders and institutions are working together to develop efficient solutions to reduce the cost of compliance.

Speakers
avatar for Howard Ratner

Howard Ratner

Executive Director, CHORUS
Howard is the driving force behind CHOR Inc. and its first service, CHORUS. Over the past two decades, he played a key role in developing innovative technology solutions that have transformed scholarly communications. He co-founded and chaired the not-for-profit ORCID – Open R... Read More →
avatar for Judith Russell

Judith Russell

Dean of Libraries, University of Florida



Wednesday March 7, 2018 8:30am - 9:15am
Room 204

8:30am

S089: Improving User Engagement: A Case Study from Caltech
This presentation by Caltech will discuss how the library integrated discovery within the front-end of the library’s choosing. The presenters will look at the use of a Drupal-based content management system to manage the front-end experience, control day-to-day content updates, and deliver an optimal experience to users without involving IT.

Speakers
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Laurel Narizny

Systems Librarian, Caltech
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Heather Wilson

Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Librarian, Caltech
Right now, I spend most of my work time obsessing about authentication, battling a link resolver, and manipulating CORAL. Please talk to me about these things! (Seriously. I need all the tips I can get.)


Wednesday March 7, 2018 8:30am - 9:15am
Salon 4

8:30am

S092: ER&L 101 Community Conversation
You're invited to join us in a group conversation and brainstorm to address the foundational and critical learning needs in the e-resources management and digital services community.

Perhaps you've checked out a 101 session during ER&L or you've been curious but did not have room to attend. No prerequisites required. Just good ideas and an interest in sharing them with the group. 


Wednesday March 7, 2018 8:30am - 9:15am
Room 203
  • ERL 101 Programming Yes

9:30am

S097: Working with Workflows: Using the FOLIO Workflow App to Support Library Operations
The FOLIO project is creating a separate workflow app, designed to provide a unified approach toward workflows. With the ability to create basic checklists, automate or trigger workflows, and share workflows with other institutions, the workflow app will tie together functionality across all of FOLIO to support system-wide operations.

Speakers
EH

Eric Hartnett

Texas A&M University
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Kristin E Martin

Director of Technical Services, University of Chicago


Wednesday March 7, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Salon 4

9:30am

S100: Shadow Systems: Messages to ER Management
No electronic resource management system (ERMS) does it all. Join this discussion of shadow systems, those homegrown or vendor systems that cover functionality not found in ERMS. Drawing from experience, literature and survey results we will discuss the ways librarians have compensated in order to meet collection or functional needs.

Speakers
avatar for Margaret Hogarth

Margaret Hogarth

Resource & Acquisition Team Leader, Claremont Colleges Library
Margaret Hogarth is the Information Resources Acquisitions Team Leader at the Claremont Colleges Library, where she works with electronic resources, acquisitions and STEM-related services. She has an MLIS from California State University, San Jose and a Masters in Environmental S... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Room 203

9:30am

S098: Navigating connections between acquiring, licensing, invoicing and collection assessment: a plan to survive big package deals, mini packages, and fund splits
Collection decisions depend on the representation of accurate detailed information.  This presentation will demonstrate our methods, including why and how we created a product Master list with product IDs and product codes for tracking and at-a-glance recognition. Package deals, mini packages, and fund splits will be discussed in detail.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Gallacci

Karen Gallacci

Electronic Resources Librarian, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
I have been Electronic Resources Librarian at SIUE since August 2016. We use Exlibris SFX link resolver through our consortium. I had 4 years previous experience with SFX at another academic institution. I attended ER&L last year for the first time and think it is a great con... Read More →



Wednesday March 7, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Salon 5

9:30am

S099: User-Centered Collection Development: Assessing Open Access Funding with Service Design Heuristics
Libraries are increasingly asked to fund open access (OA) initiatives. This often means repurposing traditional materials funds, and the decision-making process can lead to more questions than answers. This session will provide participants with the tools needed to approach OA funding decisions through library service design methodology.

Speakers
avatar for Erin Gallagher

Erin Gallagher

Director of Collection Services, Reed College
Erin Gallagher is the Director of Collection Services at Reed College library in Portland, Oregon.  She received her MLIS from Florida State University and worked as a Collections Consultant with Ingram Coutts before delving back into academia.  Erin’s research interests incl... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Salon 6

9:30am

S103: Strength in Numbers: Leveraging global collaboration to standardize IR usage measurement and assessment
This session will discuss the IRUS-USA pilot project, a joint effort between JISC and DLF, which enables Institutional Repositories to share and compare usage data based on the COUNTER standard. The presentation will highlight the outcome of work to date and the opportunities for international coordination and cooperation.

Speakers
JL

Jo Lambert

Service Manager, Jisc
Jo Lambert manages a number of services and projects at Jisc, a UK registered charity that champions the use of digital technologies in education and research. | Current work includes managing UK shared analytics services such as the Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP) and... Read More →
avatar for Santi Thompson

Santi Thompson

Head, Digital Research Services, University of Houston
University of Houston


Wednesday March 7, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Room 106

9:30am

S096: Personalizing the Discovery Experience through Custom User Interface Development
What do you get when you develop a unified discovery interface that combines open-source technologies with API-based access to a vendor index? A custom user experience! This session discusses initial goals and motivation for creating such interfaces, technical and practical considerations, user reception, and strategies for discovery development.

Speakers
avatar for Katy Aronoff

Katy Aronoff

Solutions Architect Manager, Ex Libris, a ProQuest Company
Katy Aronoff is manager of solutions architecture for Ex Libris, running the pre-sales team for North America and conducting product demonstrations and workshops at libraries across the United States, Canada, and Latin America for Ex Libris. Prior to joining Ex Libris, she worked... Read More →
JT

Jason Thomale

Resource Discovery Systems Librarian, University of North Texas Libraries
avatar for Ken Varnum

Ken Varnum

Senior Program Manager, University of Michigan Library
I am the Senior Program Manager at the University of Michigan Library. In this role, I am responsible for three programs: the library's discovery interfaces (the "MLibrary" single search tool, ArticlesPlus, Search Tools, etc.), delivery interfaces, and the library's evolving and... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Salon 3

9:30am

S102: There are No Right or Wrong Answers: Improving the User Experience One Usability Test at a Time
This session will teach attendees how to assess and improve user experience for library e-resources and related services using task-based usability tests. The presenters will detail their tips and lessons learned after conducting more than 30 usability tests with students to evaluate 8 different eBook platforms.

Speakers
NT

Natalia Tingle

University of Colorado Boulder
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Esta Tovstiadi

eResources Librarian, SUNY Potsdam
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Gabrielle Wiersma

University of Colorado Boulder Libraries



Wednesday March 7, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Room 105

9:30am

S101: AI and the research ecosystem
How can we help students and researchers cultivate knowledge over merely consuming information? With an enormous pool of information existing across a wide range of fragmented sources and growing every day, can AI technologies facilitate an efficient and accurate topic exploration, and enable easy access to trusted, peer-reviewed content?

Speakers
avatar for Michael Levine-Clark

Michael Levine-Clark

Dean, University of Denver
Michael Levine-Clark, the Dean and Director of the University of Denver Libraries, is the recipient of the 2015 HARRASOWITZ Leadership in Library Acquisitions Award. He writes and speaks regularly on strategies for improving academic library collection development practices, including the use of e-books in academic libraries, the development of demand-driven acquisition models, and implications of discovery tool... Read More →
avatar for Ryan Mayfield

Ryan Mayfield

Director of Global Affairs, Yewno
Ryan directs Global Affairs at Yewno, and is an Entrepreneur-in- Residence at the StanfordUniversity Peace Innovation Lab. He works to address challenges of global awareness and riskwith a blend of user analysis, core value propositions, and cutting-edge technology. Previously,he helped build the Hacking for Defense platform and Silicon Valley Innovation Academy withBMNT Partners, and studied the recruitment and iteration patterns of militant groups in thePhilippines with the Empirical Studies of Conflict (ESOC) Project. He graduated from StanfordUniversity (Political Science... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Room 204

10:30am

Antisocial Media: How Facebook Disconnects People and Undermines Democracy
FREE VIDEO (Click for live stream and archive version of this keynote presentation)

If you wanted to build a machine that would distribute propaganda to millions of people, distract them from important issues, energize hatred and bigotry, erode social trust, undermine respectable journalism, foster doubts about science, and engage in massive surveillance all at once, you would make something a lot like Facebook. Of course, none of that was part of the plan. This is the story of how Facebook devolved from an innocent social site hacked together by Harvard students into a force that, while it may make personal life just a little more pleasurable, makes democracy a lot more challenging.  It’s an account of the hubris of good intentions, a missionary spirit, and an ideology that sees computer code as the universal solvent for all human problems. And it’s an indictment of how “social media” has fostered the deterioration of democratic and intellectual culture around the world. Facebook grew out of an ideological commitment to data-driven decision making and logical thinking. Its culture is explicitly cosmopolitan and tolerant of difference and dissent. Both its market orientation and its labor force are global. Facebook also indulges a strong missionary bent, one that preaches the power of connectivity and the spread of knowledge to empower people to change their lives for the better. No company better represents the dream of a fully connected planet “sharing” words, ideas, images, and plans. No company has better leveraged those ideas into wealth and influence. No company has contributed more to the global collapse of basic tenets of deliberation and democracy. How did the mission go so wrong? Facebook’s leaders believed that good intentions were enough, and that blind faith in technology could generate a better world.

Speakers
avatar for Siva Vaidhyanathan

Siva Vaidhyanathan

Robertson Professor of Media Studies / Director, Center for Media & Citizenship at the University of Virginia
Siva Vaidhyanathan is the Robertson Professor of Media Studies and director of the Center for Media and Citizenship at the University of Virginia. He is the author of Intellectual Property: A Very Short Introduction from Oxford University Press, published in 2017, and The Googlization of Everything... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
Salon 4
  • Online Conference Live

11:30am

De Who? A Lunch Session from De Gruyter

SESSION VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE

It’s okay, really. De Gruyter isn’t a mega publisher, and we’re not really good at tooting our own horn, so we understand that you may not know exactly who we are. We do, however, know something about publishing since we’ve been doing it since 1749. But just because we’ve been around for almost 270 years doesn’t mean we’re stuffy.

In fact, we have fresh and modern attitudes to a number of things such as partnerships with university presses, helping libraries deliver excellent service to their customers, and supporting authors to advance research in Humanities & Social Sciences, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

We also have considerable experience in open access publishing and are even the largest independent source of open access books. So if you are interested in working with a proud publishing house that is big enough to matter, but small enough to listen, come to our ER&L Lunch.

Agenda
❶ De Who?
❷ De Gruyter Trivia for the chance to win an Amazon gift card
❸ Learn about our Publisher Partners and Open Access publishing program


Speakers
avatar for Steve Fallon

Steve Fallon

Director of Sales, De Gruyter
avatar for Eric Merkel-Sobotta

Eric Merkel-Sobotta

Vice President, Communications & External Affairs, De Gruyter

Sponsors
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De Gruyter

The independent academic publisher DE GRUYTER can look back at an over 260 year history. The De Gruyter Group publishes academic and research content in the humanities, medicine, natural sciences, and law covering a widespread of products. In addition, De Gruyter provides eBooks... Read More →



Wednesday March 7, 2018 11:30am - 1:00pm
Salon 6

1:00pm

W07: Teach Your Staff to Troubleshoot E-Resources: Practical Processes to Documenting and Implement A Troubleshooting Training Curriculum
E-resource troubleshooting is an increasingly complex and time-consuming activity in the era of web-scale discovery. With multiple systems and access pathways involved, effective problem solving requires a sophisticated bundle of knowledge, skills, and tools. How can librarians and staff become effective and efficient troubleshooters? Through hands-on activities and group discussions, workshop participants will learn several practical approaches to documenting their e-resource access environment, systems, and troubleshooting methods, then create a framework for their own e-resources troubleshooting training curriculum. Presenters will cover key concepts and troubleshooting tools, and help participants understand how to apply those concepts and tools in their own discovery and access environments. Participants will also learn how to evaluate training effectiveness, along with strategies for practical reinforcement of troubleshooting techniques and skills. The presenters work in an Alma/Primo discovery environment, but this workshop is intended to be system agnostic. Participants will leave this session with drafts of training documents specific to their own environments.


This workshops will be available to in-person attendees only and requires an additional ticket. It will not be available via the Online Conference. 

Speakers
avatar for Sunshine Carter

Sunshine Carter

Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Sunshine Carter is the Electronic Resources Librarian and Manager of the E-Resource Management Unit at the University of Minnesota Libraries. Prior to her current role, she held positions as Reference & Electronic Resources Librarian at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Sunshin... Read More →
avatar for Stacie Traill

Stacie Traill

Metadata Analyst, University of Minnesota
Stacie Traill is a Metadata Analyst at the University of Minnesota Libraries. Prior to her current role, she held positions as Cartographic and Electronic Resources Cataloger and Special Formats Cataloging Coordinator also at the University of Minnesota. Stacie has worked extensi... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 203

1:00pm

W09: Visualizing Library Data with Tableau Public
A successful data visualization can tell a powerful story with numbers. In recent years many libraries have started to use the data visualization software Tableau to help analyze the library data we collect and to communicate library impact and values to the community: How many visitors we have per year? How much money we spend for an electronic journal and what is the usage? What is the circulation per capita for this branch library?

The workshop will begin with an introduction to the various types of data that all libraries work with: bibliographic records, statistics, survey data, etc.. The participants will learn about the characteristics of library data and methods that are most suitable for visualizing the library data. The participants will learn how to use Tableau Public, a free version of the Tableau software, to create interactive data visualization including basic chart types, thematic maps and data dashboards. Good data visualization comes from “clean” data. As such this workshop will have brief introductions to tools and procedures that can be apply to clean library data for visualization. The workshop will also introduce the participants to design principles for data visualization and different types of data visualization tools (free or commercial).


This workshops will be available to in-person attendees only and requires an additional ticket. It will not be available via the Online Conference. 

Speakers
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Esra Coskun

Collections Analysis and Planning Specialist, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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Jen-chien Yu

Coordinator of Library Assessment, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


Wednesday March 7, 2018 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 106

1:00pm

W08: Do Something Real with Linked Data: A Micro-projects Approach
Everybody’s talking about linked data, but how do you begin working with it? This workshop will teach participants about basic linked data technologies that can be used to create “micro-projects” — small, approachable, hands-on projects that foster education and experimentation.

The instructors will provide an overview of how they have worked as part of a larger effort to build a culture of linked data engagement within a technical services department. This discussion will include an emphasis on educational efforts and planning techniques for linked data projects. The rest of the workshop will be made up of three activity sessions. Each session will include an introduction to a linked data technology, a brief discussion of project ideas, and a hand-ons practice activity. The technologies we will cover include harvesting URIs using MARCedit, entity reconciliation using OpenRefine, and semantic web markup using Schema.org and JSON-LD.

Participants will come away from this workshop with an understanding of basic linked data technologies and ideas for how they might engage with these technologies in a practical way — either as an individual contributor or a manager.

A basic understanding of metadata concepts (metadata standards, data formats, data manipulation, linked data) would be helpful for participants. Familiarity with MARCEdit, OpenRefine, and specific data formats MARC and JSON would be useful, but not necessary. Each activity session will begin with an introduction to the technology used, which should be enough for those previously unfamiliar with the technology.


This workshops will be available to in-person attendees only and requires an additional ticket. It will not be available via the Online Conference. 

Speakers
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Jacob Shelby

Metadata Technologies Librarian, NCSU Libraries
Jacob Shelby is a metadata professional who focuses on data modeling, metadata consultation, and linked data exploration at NCSU Libraries. His research interests are in linked data, code for libraries and archives, and data sharing and reuse.
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Kristen Wilson

Associate Head of Acquisitions & Discovery, North Carolina State University Libraries
Kristen Wilson is Associate Head of Acquisitions and Discovery at the North Carolina State University Libraries. She manages the department's serials unit and has been involved in the development of a local electronic resources management system and the Global Open Knowledgebase... Read More →


Wednesday March 7, 2018 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 105