DATA-DRIVEN ACADEMIC LIBRARY WEBinar series | register today
Now more than ever libraries have access to a lot of data about their user communities. This three-part webcast series, developed in partnership with Library Journal explores the answers to the following questions: Are we using that data to inform decisions? Are we using the best data available to us? Are we using the right tools to answer our questions? Can we improve services, access, and collection development asking the right questions of this data? And, how can we work with our scholarly communities to support their interest in data about their individual and organizational scholarly output? This series includes the following sessions:
WEBINAR 1| What Is a Data-Driven Academic Library?
These webcasts will touch on just some of the many areas where libraries are gathering, analyzing, and using data to change how they work—fueling your ability to better put this information to work in your libraries. Please join us! –Posted November 22, Updated December 1
#erl14 Student Travel grants announced
The Taylor & Francis Student Travel Grant returns. More info –Posted November 22
2014 community vote is now CLOSED | thank you to ~700 Voters!
The community voting is in full swing. Select the sessions you’d like to see as a part of the 2014 program in the simply voting survey. There are record number of proposals to choose from this year. As many of you you know, the selection of sessions is based on a peer review by the ER&L Program Planning Committee committee and your votes.
Update: About 700 community members weighed in on the 2014 Community vote. Thank you for your participation. We’ll report back on top-rated sessions when the list of accepted sessions is released in December. –Posted November 18, Updated November 26
Call for SESSION PROPOSALS resulted in a record-shattering 95% increase in submissions over 2013! notification emails will be sent on or about monday, december 9.
The ER&L Program Planning Committee is soliciting proposals for the 2014 Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) conference. Session proposals are 45 minute sessions in length. All submissions should fall within or relate to the 2014 conference tracks. Submissions may be made here in our ProposalSpace submission site. Contact eresources.info[at]gmail.com for assistance. –Posted July 15, updated November 4, November 12, November 19
2014 registration & HOTEL rooms available
The 2014 conference registrations rates are now available for your budgeting/ planning purposes. Room rates are $174 per night in
Austin. A small number of state rate rooms are available for $120 per night with the code: erlsta0314. Register to attend in Austin or online today: http://www.electroniclibrarian.com/conference-info/2014register –Posted July 14, updated November 4
2014 Conference tracks/ upcoming call for workshops
The ER&L Program Planning Committee has prepared a detailed and comprehensive list of ER&L Tracks to frame the 2014 conference. The PPC works to incorporate current trends and represent the challenges across different types and sizes of libraries. The complete list of tracks and details are available in time for the launch of the call for workshops in mid-July. View the tracks and stay tuned for more information on the call! –Posted July 12
2014 EXHIBITOR SIGN UP NOW AVAILABLE
Industry partners: Thank you for your interest in the 2014 Conference and Exhibit. Please start here to view pricing, access the sign up form and learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the 2014 Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference, March 16-19, 2014. If you have questions about these opportunities, please contact Sandy at erl.sponsor[at]gmail.com –Posted July 1, Updated November 5.
ER&L 2014 Update
Hardworking ER&L Planners are hard at work on a 2014 schedule of events. A 2014 timeline was finalized and soon, we’ll be talking call for proposals and invited speakers and registration for the next Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference. Planners from our Program Planning, Sponsorship, Web, Social Media and new Fun and Games committee will be gathering up at meetings and on monthly calls to plan for 2014. If you see us in Chicago at ALA, say hi. There could be a little surprise in it for you. –Posted June 15
ER&L 2013 Resources Available
– All keynote talks are available to view for free here.
– ER&L 2013 Onsite Program (pdf, 1.64 MB)
– View the ER&L 2013 Attendees as of 3.14.13.
– Conference Video Archive Available for purchase here.
Thank you for making the 2013 conference a successful and enriching conference. Find these resources and much more at Past Conferences > Conference 2013 –Posted May 15
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