#erl17 Session Preview

  • #TheStruggleIsReal: How to Maintain Positive Social Media Engagement with your Community Even When They’re Saying Things You Don’t Want to Hear
  • “How do I know if it’s useful if I can’t even get it to open?”: Assessing Usability to  Improve Electronic Resources & Collections and Services
  • 15 Student Data Secrets That Could Change Your Library, Number 5 Will Shock You
  • A Lifeboat for Lost Patrons : Using Screen-sharing Software for Advanced Patron Troubleshooting
  • A tale of two libraries: Kanban, workflows, & you
  • A tool for librarians to select metrics across the research lifecycle
  • Access Gap: Case Study of a Discipline’s Disuse of Repositories
  • APPlatform for Discovery: Building a Unique Experience through Discovery Apps
  • Are Platforms Eating the World?
  • Availability of Freely Available Articles from Gold, Green, Rogue, and Pirated Sources: How Do Library Knowledge Bases Stack Up?
  • Beginning the Conversation: Discussing research data services and support at an academic library
  • Beyond making spreadsheets: How to build capacity for collection assessment
  • Beyond the Publishing Social Contract: Institutional Repositories and the University Press
  • Bibliographic and Entitlement Records Under One Roof: The Making of a Kabalog
  • Build a cross-departmental team to effectively support e-Resources access and troubleshooting
  • Building to Last: Creating and Maintaining a Partnership for Producing Digital Content Collections
  • Can You Research on a Mobile Device?: Troubleshooting and Promoting Library Resources using Mobile Devices
  • Collaborative Promotion: Vendor Marketing to Patrons
  • Communicating with Faculty: Faculty Members Provide Tips for Success
  • Comparing use and usability of ebooks with near-at-hand pbooks
  • Considering Collections as Service: The Transition from Building Collections to Curating Access
  • Consortial Licensing: Lessons Learned from SCELC and A&M-SA Joint Vendor Negotiations
  • Controlled Vocabulary Development for an Electronic Resources Problem Reporting System
  • Cooperative Collection Management between Universities: Exploring the Possibilities and Potential Pitfalls
  • Copyright Management of MOOC Resources in a Health Sciences Library
  • CORAL User Group Meeting
  • Creating Workflow Efficiencies in the E-book Ecosystem
  • Cultivating your Organizational Garden: Social Capital in the Workplace
  • Cyclical review of e-resources by subject and department
  • DDA/EBA Assessment in the Mega-Sized and the Medium-Sized Library: Going Beyond “They Clicked It → We Bought It → Done”
  • Designing and Sustaining an E-Book Program in a Consortial Environment
  • Designing Information Systems to Enhance Scholarly Identity and Reputation
  • Digital Badges Exposed: Technology Behind a Library Badges Program
  • Digital Badges: A Tool for More Than Micro-credentialing
  • Distinctive Discovery: Multiple Approaches to Single Search
  • Distribution of Electronic Resources Management Responsibilities among US Academic Librarians
  • Do the numbers add up? Taking a holistic approach to e-resource usage
  • Documentation or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Process
  • Doing More with Your Data: How to use statistics to improve services, enhance collections, and impress your boss
  • Electronic Resource Containers: How accurately are students able to distinguish between the various packaging of online information?
  • Empowering Subject Specialists through Fund Code Consolidation
  • Evaluating Paid-for and Open Access Data Resources
  • Every eBook its Reader: Six Best Practices for eBook Marketing and Discovery from High Usage Libraries
  • Evidenced-Based Acquisition: A Real Life Account of Managing the Program
  • Evidently Rising: New Providers, Models, and Lessons in Evidence-Based Acquisitions of E-books
  • Explore the Hidden Cache of Statistics at Your Library: Data Mining and Visualization Techniques for Collection Development and Assessment
  • Exploring Academic Library and Publisher Collaboration: Using publisher APIs for IR access to articles by university authors
  • Filmmaking Instruction in Libraries, Teaching the 60 Second Documentary Format
  • Finding the Gaps – Electronic Resource Management in Alma, Sierra, and WorldShare
  • Following the Money: Aligning your Collection to your Institution’s Grant Funding
  • Forecasting Use: Using ILL data to try and predict the impact of unbundling two publisher packages
  • Four Years In: New E-Resource Workflows
  • From ideation to definition: developing a digital publishing program at Kennedy Library
  • Getting Set for Datasets
  • Getting started in ER work at a new job
  • Hitting the sweet spot with library communications
  • How Should We Select E-Book Packages? A comparison of practices in book, e-journal and other consumer content selection
  • How well do you know your students? An interactive exploration into how students use ebooks.
  • Illuminating Hidden Collections with Omeka
  • Impact Analytics:  Measuring and Driving Meaningful Use of Electronic Resources
  • Implementing the University of Wyoming Research Data Repository
  • Install What Now?: Deploying ArcGIS Software as an Electronic Resources Librarian
  • Integrated Collection Development for the 21st Century
  • Internet savvy and information literate are different – a case study of librarians and a nonprofit publisher working together to create open materials that bridge this gap for early career researchers in the digital age
  • It’s Personal! One-size Discovery Does Not Fit All.
  • Just in Case, Just in Time: The Role of the Library in Active Learning Initiatives
  • KBART All Around You: What’s Next For Your Old Friend
  • Layering London: A Librarian, an English Professor, and an Art Professor Collaborate on a Pre-trip Thick Mapping Class Project. The thick mapping project is part of a Mellon Foundation Digital Liberal Arts grant.
  • Let’s think – and work – outside the box. Literally.
  • Library News Hubs: Centralized Marketing for Decentralized Outreach
  • Licensed to ILL
  • Local Digitization Case Studies: Making Local Collections Global
  • Looking for Trouble (Tickets): Developing A Standard Vocabulary to Support Data-Driven Communication about E-Resource Access Problems
  • Making the Grade: A Method for Embedded Review Processes for eResource Renewals
  • Managing Access to Library E-Resources When Institutional IP Ranges Change: A Strategic Approach
  • Marketing Your Library’s Digital Resources
  • Material Order: Using open-source software to manage design materials collections
  • Metadata Madness:  How a federal library corralled its metadata to increase access to the Library’s collection through the Summon discovery layer and other venues like Google Scholar, PubMed Central, and Internet Archive.
  • Moving away from IP authentication
  • Moving from “Present” to “Relevant”: Calculating, Driving and Contextualizing Impact
  • Negotiating Walled Gardens and Digital Playgrounds: Libraries and Licensing in the World of Text and Data Mining
  • On the Up and Up: Community Improvement of E-Book and E-Content Metadata and Delivery
  • Open Access and Database Coverage Overlaps: Determining the Real Cost-Per-Use Using J5 COUNTER Reports
  • Open Education Resources for University Based Retirement Communities
  • Open Records for Open Access: Sharing Records for Library-Published Open Access Materials
  • Open: More than just access
  • Optimizing E-Resources for Search Engines, Social Media Networks, & Teaching: Being in the Right Places at the Right Times
  • Preserving Access for the Future: A Perpetual Access Investigation of E-Resources at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University Library
  • Preserving Licensed Scholarly Content: Georgetown University Library’s Practical Approach
  • Promote Accessibility, Provide Access: Library best practices for electronic resource accessibility
  • Purposeful empathy towards better processes and products
  • Put your money where your UX is: User feedback as negotiation strategy
  • Real-time Insight : Developing a Internal Library Data Dashboard
  • Regaining Control During Platform Changes
  • Resource Access and the User Experience: Exploring ways to improve security and authentication for services and content
  • Reveal your library’s collections: understanding linked data for academic libraries
  • Round ‘Em Up, Cut ‘Em Out: Using EZproxy to Define Group Access to Resources
  • Saving Student Money: Hidden Textbooks in eBook Collections
  • Sayonara Silos: Reconstructing Library Organizations Along with Library Systems
  • Securing Your Library’s License Legacy: working toward best practices for record retention
  • Seeing the Big Picture: Using Analytics in Acquisitions Workflows
  • Standards in Motion: the NISO Altmetric Initiative
  • Starting from Where We Are: Adapting Microsoft SharePoint as an ERMS
  • Structuring for Innovation: Three Perspectives on Managing Technical Services
  • Techniques for Electronic Resource Management 2.0 Discussion
  • Tell me your problems: Using LibAnswers for e-Resources
  • The 2016 Library Environmental Scan – the EBSCO Budgeting and Trends Survey
  • The Adventure of Too Much Data: Migrating from SFX to EBSCO’s Full Text Finder
  • The Charlotte Initiative for Permanent Acquisitions of Ebooks by Academic Libraries –  Research Project Final Report
  • The Cosmography of Discovery: Integration, Student Perceptions, and Information Design
  • The Digital Potential: Making Digital Objects More Than a TIFF image and a MODS Record
  • The Flipped Interlibrary Loan Model of Acquisitions: Using “FILL” for Collection Development
  • The Future of Discovery: Hyperknowledge
  • The Impact of Discovery Systems on Libraries’ Organizational Structure and Staffing
  • The Past, Present, and Future of Texas A&M University’s Open Access Fund
  • The Problem with IPs – How to Manage the IP Ranges Publishers Hold to Authenticate Your Library
  • The Transfer Code of Practice : Overview & Updates
  • To CKB or not to CKB? Evaluating ebook catalog records versus knowledge base records
  • Tracking E-journal Perpetual Rights: A Discussion Among Publishers, Vendors, and Librarians
  • Tracking E-journal Perpetual Rights: A Library Case Study
  • Users’ Choice: eBbook Platforms
  • Using SEO to attract new patrons: a case study
  • Video Use in Higher Education: First-hand from Faculty
  • What We Said About eBooks: Librarians and the Discourse of Technological Change
  • When It Breaks: Minimizing and Mitigating System and User Errors in eResources
  • Why doesn’t everyone love reading e-books?
  • Why don’t I have access?  A look at how one library is dealing with alumnus and retiree access to electronic resources
  • Without a Parachute: Converting to Unmediated Pay-Per-View Access to Articles
  • WMS Collection Manager, 2017 Tips & Tricks
  • Workflow Diagrams: Easy & Free Using Draw.io