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    • Promoting and Marketing E-Resources 

      Alford, Emily (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-21)
      This paper will focus on how academic libraries can promote and market their eResources. What works? What doesn’t? How do we educate our users about changes, updates, and information about our eResources.
    • Putting the Trees Back in the Forest: eResource usage statistics and library assessment 

      Kinman, Virginia R. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-19)
      eResource usage data does not stand alone. Combining eMetrics with other commonly collected library statistics provides a more complete assessment to examine user trends over time, evaluate the impact of new initiatives, ...
    • Shooting Fish in a Barrel: If Only Providing Access Were that Easy 

      Rupp-Serrano, Karen; Breaux, Ann-Marie; Samples, Jacquie; Cleto, Cynthia; Register, Renee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-19)
      Selection and acquisition workflows are not the only the library challenge in eBooks; another concern is providing access. Are MARC records the best route to seamless user access? If so, who should provide them and what ...
    • So Many Ways to Get There 

      Buschman, Mike (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-20)
      Users want to access original content quickly and reliably from wherever they choose to start. Mike Buschman, Client Services Manager for IEEE, will discuss the different technologies and services, created by librarians, ...
    • There's no catalog ... like no catalog 

      Coyle, Karen (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-19)
    • A Think Tank on the Future of eBooks 

      Baker, Gayle; Highsmith, Cheryl; Ryan, Christine (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-20)
      A panel, comprised of well-respected electronic resource librarians, will discuss successful innovations for libraries with regards to eBooks. The panel will address the present practices and resources available today while ...
    • Transforming Into Effective Electronic Resource Management Organizations 

      Walters, Tyler O.; Carrico, Jeff (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-19)
      Libraries are experiencing rapid evolution into an environment of increasingly digital resources, where building a strong collaborative relationship between the acquisition of information resources and technological support ...
    • The Usage Data Big Picture: A Look at the Collection Analysis Tools and Usage Standards Currently Available, and the Important Questions Still Surrounding Usage Data 

      Stamison, Christine; Mouw, James; Cohn, Kevin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-20)
      The availability and application of online usage data continues to grow. Usage statistics are now considered a crucial tool in collection analysis. Yet usage data is not the only measure of value and important questions ...
    • User-Centered Technical Support of E-resources 

      Wessel, Sarah E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-20)
      Technical support requires many areas of the library to communicate and collaborate to ensure the best resolution to the users' needs and their effective use of electronic resources. Organizational structure and procedures ...
    • Why Unlock Your Link Resolver’s "Black Box"? The Answer Lies In Your Strategic Plan 

      Brooks-Kieffer, Jamene (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-03-20)
      Libraries can encourage organizational change by training employees to explore their link resolver's "black box" qualities. K-State Libraries’ SFX administrator created a series of classes for all interested staff to ...