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Report on Session: Sailing the Digital Seas: Charting a New Course with CONTENTdm
With the transition of government publications from print to digital over the last decade, the State Library of North Carolina saw the need to implement a content management system for the state’s digital publications. ...
Rock, paper, scissors, COUNTER, SUSHI: Making sense of usage
Presentation at the ALAO CMIG Workshop on June 9, 2014.
Are E-book Big Deal Bundles Still Valuable? [slide deck]
The academic e-book market has undergone significant change in the last five years. E-book availability has greatly increased as library demand has grown, with an increasing percentage of library acquisitions preferring ...
Engaging Faculty in Scholarly Communication Change: A Learning Community Approach
(Pacific University Libraries, 2014-08-01)
INTRODUCTION As the landscape of scholarly communication and open access continues to shift, it remains important for academic librarians to continue educating campus stakeholders about these issues, as well as to create ...
Presentation given at E-Resources & Libraries (ER&L) on March 18th, 2013. Managing e-resources with free and proprietary tools.
Taming the Communication Beast: Using LibGuides for Intra-Library Communication
Presentation given at the Library Technology Conference on March 16, 2011. Using LibGuides for communication between technical services and other library departments.
Project Transfer: Five Years Later
Presentation given at E-Resources & Libraries (ER&L) on April 3, 2012. Managing journal publisher transfers and updates to the Transfer Code of Practice.
The Value of Purchasing E-Books From a Large Publisher (Springer E-Books)
Presentation given at the Charleston Conference on November 3, 2011. Usage analysis of Springer e-books at Miami University Libraries.
The Value of Purchasing E-Books From a Large Publisher: A Usage-based Analysis of Oxford University Press E-Books
Presentation given at the Acquisitions Institute (Timberline) on May 20, 2012. Usage analysis of Oxford University Press e-books at Miami University Libraries.