Speaker: Glenn Bunton
He’s not a eresource person, and he doesn’t have the answers, but he hopes this will provoke some thinking. Users drive the libraries, not the other way around.
Organizations can’t change on a dime. You have to plan long term.
We are changing from the keeper of the materials to a service [...]
Speakers: Kate Silton, Ann Rasmussen, & Quinghua Xu
Ideally, one begins a subscription to an ejournal, the publisher turns on access, and then you set up the linking. However, that doesn’t always go so smoothly for single titles or small publishers.
Just because you have a tool doesn’t mean you should use it. For activating [...]
Speaker: Carolyn DeLuca, Dani Roach, & Kari Petryszyn
Over the past six years, they have seen an increase in users, use, and eresources, but not in staffing. In fact, they lost staff. This is not unlike most places.
You need to illustrate the staff need story using the data you have already, both for internal [...]
Speaker: Kelly Smith and Laura Edwards
Their redesign of workflow was prompted by a campus-wide move to Drupal. They are now using it to drive the public display of eresources. They are grouping the resources by status as well as by the platform. On the back end, they add information about contacts, admin logins, etc. [...]
Speaker: Kate Seago
In 2005, her institution’s were primarily print-based, but now they are mostly electronic. As a graduate of the University of Kentucky’s MLIS program, this explains so much. I stopped paying attention when I realized this presentation was all about what changed in the weird world of the UK Serials Dept, which has [...]