Online Conference Archive 2014

E-Resources and Libraries 9th Annual Conference took place in Austin, Texas and Online March 16-19, 2014.View what you missed in the Online Conference archive available for purchase at the individual or organizational level.

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The online conference archive contains over 30 hours of sessions at ER&L. Some of the sessions included in the online conference include these excellent sessions:

Monday highlights Keynote: Freeing Knowledge: A Values Proposition by Barbara Fister, Gustavus Adolphus College Getting it Together With Intota: How Does this Work in an Actual Library? Best Practices for Demand-Driven Acquisitions of Monographs; Recommendations of the NISO DDA Working Group Making Usage Data Meaningful Publishers Are from Mars, Librarians Are from Venus – NOT!: an Open Discussion Understanding Social Media and the Library User Experience: Be Interesting, Be Interested Borrow vs. Click: comparing the usage of print and e-book equivalents of Course Adopted Books Collection Management Workflows: The Cart versus the Horse The STL Curve Ball: In search of a sustainable Short Term Loan model

Tuesday highlights Collection Budget Management and Individual Article Purchase An electronic resources workflow utilizing push technology: Business Process Management Garbage Dump or Buffett: Librarian Adoption of Web-Scale Discovery Services How Helpful is Web-Scale Discovery? A Usability Study with Undergraduate Students More Licenses, More Problems: How to Talk to Your Users About Why eBooks are Terrible

Wednesday highlights Keynote: The Mining and Application of Diverse Cultural Perspectives in User-Generated Content by Brent J. Hecht, Ph.D., University of Minnesota What’s the use? Beyond COUNTER: The changing definition of in an open access economy Making Data Less Daunting: Using Data Refinement Tools to Improve User Experience Playing nicely in the sandbox: How new Library Management Systems require a resurgence of relationship building. Deselecting, Digitizing, and Assessing Print Journals in an E-Preferred environment EZProxy for Electronic Resource Librarians Reorganizing Staff and Workflows for Optimal Eresources Management

A full list of included sessions may be seen shaded in the agenda of sessions here: 2014 ER&L Sessions by Day.

What are the ‘rules’?

Q: Do I have to watch the online conference from the office only? What if I want to start to view on one computer and then want to finish up on my iPad at home? A: You can watch the sessions from home, the office or from your tablet, on a Mac or PC.

Q: Do I need the online conference group registration? A: If more than 1 person from your organization is watching the content we’re putting in the online conference, it makes a lot of sense to go for the group. It is less expensive than adding 2nd online conference archive single user account.

Q: Do I have a limit when I purchase the online conference group registration? A: We will provide access to login and password credentials that will allow up to 10 simultaneous logins. If you need more, let us know. We praise the idea of having viewing parties (even post ER&L) and encourage you to gather up and view together or make a choice to catch a session as a team. If you do gather up, tweet us a picture, please, and we’ll send you a little something!

These fine organizations participated in ER&L Online:

  • Yale University Library
  • Western Libraries, Western University
  • Wellesley College
  • Washington University in St. Louis
  • Wake Forest University
  • UNTHSC/ Lewis Library
  • University or Washington Libraries
  • University of Northern Colorado
  • University of North Carolina Wilmington
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • University of Nevada, Reno
  • University of Missouri Libraries
  • University of Maryland
  • University College
  • University of Louisville
  • University of Colorado
  • University of California Irvine
  • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  • UNC Charlotte
  • State University of New York at Oswego
  • San Francisco Public Library
  • Salisbury University
  • Ruth Lilly Medical Library
  • Indiana University School of Medicine
  • Queens College Library
  • Portland State University Library
  • Olin Library/Rollins College
  • Northeastern University – Snell Library
  • NIST Research Library
  • NIH – National Library of Medicine
  • New York Public Library
  • New England College of Optometry
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Marshall University Libraries
  • Lincoln Land Community College
  • Kansas State University Libraries
  • Indiana University
  • South Bend Indiana University
  • Houston Baptist University
  • Harvard Libraries
  • Georgia Tech Library
  • Georgia State University Library
  • Federal Reserve
  • Bank of Minneapolis
  • Eastern Michigan University
  • Dinand Library, College of the Holy Cross
  • Courthouse Libraries
  • BC College at Brockport
  • Cleveland State Community College Library
  • Clemson University Libraries
  • Butler Community College
  • Boston College
  • Appalachian State University
  • American University Library