Who Moved My E-Journal: Electronic Resources and Organizational Change

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dc.contributor.author Walters, Tyler O.
dc.contributor.author McDonald, Robert H.
dc.contributor.author Raschke, Gregory K.
dc.date.accessioned 2006-05-26T20:19:26Z
dc.date.available 2006-05-26T20:19:26Z
dc.date.issued 2006-03-24
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1853/10166
dc.description Tyler Walters is the Associate Director, Technology and Resource Services, Georgia Institute of Technology Library and Information Center, where he provides leadership, vision, and expertise for systems, digital initiatives, acquisitions, cataloging, and university archives and records units. Among his specific roles and initiatives at Georgia Tech are: leading activities to capture, preserve, disseminate, and promote the use of Georgia Tech’s digital intellectual output; defining standards, policies, and operations to organize metadata and systems for a variety of content forms; investigating integrating scholarly information systems into digital learning environments; coordinating Library involvement in national, regional, and state-level technology and resource management initiatives; facilitating the shift to electronic information resources--their licensing, technological management, and preservation. Robert H. McDonald is the Associate Director of Libraries for Technology & Research at Florida State University. He is responsible for the Division of Library Technology & Research which is comprised of the Digital Library Center, the Interactive Multimedia Center, the Library Technology Department, the Electronic Resources Management Department, and the Research and Development Group. Prior to his position at FSU, McDonald was the Information Technology and Digital Projects Librarian at Auburn University. Gregory Raschke is Interim Associate Director for Collection Management Organization & Preservation at North Carolina State University. en
dc.description.abstract The enigma of electronic resources has brought a tidal wave of change to the academy. Research Libraries are at a crossroads that will see their networked infrastructure become the primary means of management, retrieval, and access to all content while print access will take on a decidedly ancillary role that does not fall into this digital rubric. With this new paradigm research libraries must face the changes in personnel management, hiring/recruiting, skills acquisition and development, workflow design, teamwork and team formation, organizational structure, and impacts on organizational culture and internal communications that will be necessary to truly support a primary digital information environment. This panel will consist of three senior library leadership representatives from Florida State University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and North Carolina State University who will discuss current trends and applied approaches to these issues within their libraries and will offer time for discussion with attendees on this important foundation for electronic resources management. en
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dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher Georgia Institute of Technology en
dc.subject Organizational change en
dc.subject Collaboration
dc.subject Electronic resource management
dc.subject Lateral communications
dc.subject Team building
dc.title Who Moved My E-Journal: Electronic Resources and Organizational Change en
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dc.contributor.corporatename Georgia Institute of Technology
dc.contributor.corporatename Florida State University
dc.contributor.corporatename North Carolina State University


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