2nd Annual Poster Session

Don’t Forget to Visit this Year’s Posters!

It’s the second year of the ER&L Poster Sessions and the ER&L Poster Committee members Kavita Mundle (UIC) and Whitney Bates-Gomez (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Medical Library) have some great poster presentations in store for you! Posters will be available for all day viewing on their assigned days, with presenters in attendance at the times listed below.

On Monday, beginning at 2pm, stop by to see posters covering a variety of ER&L program tracks:

In the area of Managing e-Resources and Licensing, presenters will be discussing an interesting case study involving EZproxy authentication, reducing costs with various acquisition models including DDA and Access to Own, streaming video PDA  and using CORAL to manage affordable textbook workflows.

On the subject of Collection Development and Assessment, come take a look at Developing an Effective In-house Practice to Perform Overlap Analysis on Electronic Books Collection, Turning Data into Insights and A New Way of Looking at Cost-Per-Use.

If you’re interested in User Experience & Promotion, don’t miss the posters on Discovery Implementation & UX, Publicizing from Within, transforming e-books using the SimplyE ereader app, strategies for getting the most from your discovery layer, using Biometric Analysis to Better Understand your Patrons and The Evolving Research Data Management Needs of Libraries.

Tuesday’s posters, which will be available starting at 2:15pm will look at Project ReShare (part of the Emerging Technology and Trends track!), User Behavior in EDS, marketing digital magazines, managing user needs with Summon, collection assessment using LibInsights and Python (2 posters), DDA 15 years later, strategies for weeding e-books and streamlining their workflows, automating collection analysis with MySQL, simplifying funds, tracking perpetual access rights, and starting an e-book revolution!  And as a part of ER&L’s newest track – Data Science in Libraries – be sure to visit The Shared BigData Gateway: A Collaborative Archive & Data Research Environment (CADRE).

No matter your track focus, there is a poster that is sure to pique your interest. Be sure to stop by!