ER&L Conference Archive – 2010 Overview
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Location: Austin, Texas
Dates: February 1-3, 2010
Program: Full Program (PDF)
Bonnie Tijerina, UCLA
Presentation: “Opening Session Address by Conference Coordinator, ER&L Founder”
Lance Hayden, School of Infomration, University of Texas
Presentation: Librarians in The Wild: Thinking About Security, Privacy, and Digital Information
Andrew S. Nagy, Serials Solutions; Ross Singer, TALIS
Presentation: Where are we Headed? Tools & Technologies for the Future
- Usage Statistics for E-Resources: Is All That Data Meaningful?
a. Clarke/Harrassowitz presentation
b. University of Notre Dame’s Statistic Philosophy
c. e-Stats @ SWRI
- The NISO ERM Data Standards and Best Practices Review
- Image Reviews Tags and Recommendations: Do Enhanced Contents and User Contributed Contents Improve Access to Library Resources in Academic Library?
- We’ve Got the Data – Now What Do We Do About It? Applying Quality Standard to Assess Information Resources
- A Study of Licence Terms for Electronic Resource Management (Survey Findings)
- Innovative Tools for Access: Enhancing Digital Collections with Emerging Technologies
- Electronic Access and Research Efficiencies – Some preliminary findings from the University of Tennessee Library’s ROI Analysis
- Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Federated Searching
- Marketing Open Access to Everyone
- ERMS Success: Harvard’s Experience Implementing and Using an ERM System
a. Questions to Ask Before And During ERM Implementation
- Institutionsl Identifier Standard: Yes, We Need It!
- The Third Heat: Faculty, Digital Repositories, and Unusual Bitstreams
- Redundant Journal Access: Why Pay More than Once?
- Finding Their Way: Electronic Resources Librarians’ Education, Training, and Community
- Promoting Use of EResources in Bangladesh: A Developing Country Perspective
- Library as Publisher
- Digging for Buried Treasure: Strategies for Promoting Institutional Repository
a. Arendt/Nabe/Imre presentation
b. Baillargeon/Turtle presentation
- Patron- Driven Selection of eBooks: Three Perspectives on an Emerging Model for Acquisitions
a. Gibbs presentation
b. Hisle presentation
- GoogleSweet: Leveraging Google’s Suite of Free Resources
- Exposing Library Content with the NISO Metasearch XML Gateway Protocol
- Beyond Log-ons and Downloads: Meaningful Measures of E-resource Use
- Fostering Learning and Technology Development in Technical Services
a. Procedures for proactively checking e-journal holdings
- Adventure at the Article Level
a. Suggested Readings
- Aggravation Aggregation: A Sweet Story About Statistics
- Serials Assessment Comes of Age
a. Serial Review
b. Sample SDD
- We’ve Got Issues: Issue Tracking and Workflow in the Digital Library
- E-book MARCeting: How Do Your E-books Look?
- Can We Build It? Yes we can! Building an ERM Solution at the University of Notre Dame
- Step Right Up! Planning, Pitfalls, Performance of an E-Resources Fair
- Surviving Budget Reductions and Solving Space Problem by Using Electronic Access Strategies: The Case at UNC Greensboro
- Comparison Complexities: The Challenges of Automating Cost-per-use Data Management
- Transparent and Scalable OpenURL Quality Metrics
- Remember Three Weeks Ago When You Couldn’t Access…?
- Scaling Organizational Capacity to Meet E-Resources Needs: Centralize or Decentralize?
- Data Clean-up: Is There A Better Way?
- Collaborating with IT to Deliver E-Reserves Using Drupal and Zotero
- Harvesting From Many Silos at Web-scale Makes e-content Truly Discoverable
- Developing a Methodology for Evaluating the Cost-effectiveness of Journal Packages
- Encourage or Inhibit? An Examination of Institutional Copyright Policies
- Recommendation and the Library
- Evaluating and Marketing Electronic Resources: What are You “Really” Doing to Promote Your Electronic Resources?
a. Jia Mi
b. Kennedy (Kennedy Supplement)
- E-Book Management — It Sounds Serial!
- E-Bok on the Roll @ The University Alabama Libraries
- Living on the Bleeding Edge of Collection Development
- Where have all the print journals gone? Adapting Print Collections to an E-centric World
About this Archive
The goal of the ER&L Conference is to bring together information professionals from libraries and related industries to improve the way we collect, manage, maintain, and make accessible electronic resources in an ever-changing online environment. We do this once a year at an in-person conference and in other innovative ways. We’ve provided this archived content to support the goals of ER&L. Enjoy.
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