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    • How agents are collaborating in industry partnerships to drive standards, transparency and efficiency in the e-world 

      Ernst, Ezra T. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      Library needs are far more complex due to the migration to electronic content. This complexity is compounded by a lack of overall standards and consistency. Our program will look at how agents are using their unique ...
    • Managing Digital Assets: Planning the Digital Future of NIST 

      Makar, Susan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      The Information Services Division (ISD) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is currently studying its needs for managing all aspects of its existing and future digital content. A team of staff ...
    • Managing our E-resources Licenses: License Expression Standards 

      Robertson, Nathan D. M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      DLF's Electronic Resource Management Initiative (ERMI) indicated a need for standardization of e-resource license terms and administrative details. This will facilitate licensing communication among libraries and their ...
    • Providing Access to Electronic Journals in Academic Libraries 

      O’Hara, Lisa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      Practices and procedures for providing access to electronic journals have changed in the relatively short time that they have been handled in libraries. This presentation will discuss some of those changes, examine how ...
    • Usage Statistics for Serials Decision-Making 

      Belvadi, Melissa; Schufreider, Bob (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      This session has two parts. The first part will discuss the trials and tribulations of the current library wrestling with how to collect, consolidate and prepare a thoughtful analysis of their usage data from their ...
    • Vendor-supplied Usage Data: Challenges and Opportunities 

      Baker, Gayle (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-03-25)
      Researchers at the University of Tennessee reviewed vendor-supplied usage data for 2005 from over 70 vendors of electronic resources, including the mechanisms for cquiring the data and analyzing it. Over half of the reports ...