Saturday, February 24, 2007
Room 236 Room 233 Rooms 330/331
8:00-9:00 Closing Keynote: Managing the Virtual Library Not in use Not in use
9:10-9:55 Conquer E-Resource Document Delivery Rights by Using Your Link Resolver Collaboration in Meeting the Library User's Needs in a Digital Environment The Challenges and Opportunities for Cataloging in Today's Changing Metadata Environment
10:10-10:55 How To Get the Most Bang for Your Buck With ERM Mediawiki Open-Source Software as Infrastructure for Electronic Resource Outreach The Preservation of a Campus: a Cooperative Grant Project with a Digital Project
11:05-11:50 E-Resource Workflow: Improving Communication Between Librarians and Vendors Federated Search: Results Clustering Emerging Technologies for Academic Library Information Services

Recent Submissions

  • eBooks & Libraries: Near and Future eBook Trends 

    Ives, Gary; Mouw, James; Hawkins, Donald; Shelburne, Wendy; Ferguson, Cris; Burright, Mariann (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Panel of six leading eBook experts, including university librarians, will discuss the future growth and trends of eBook use by academic, university, and corporate librarians.
  • the Vision of a Swiss Digital Library 

    Boutsiouci, Pascalia (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    A proposed four-year national program (2008-2011),, aims at improving access to scientific information for all potential patrons in Switzerland. The strategic goals of can be summarized briefly as follows: ...
  • En Garde! A Swashbuckler's Guide to Troubleshooting Electronic Resources 

    England, Deberah (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Electronic resources management has increased the need for those working with electronic resources to have a blend of skills, including technical expertise. Since many who work with electronic resources have expertise ...
  • CD-ROM Redigitization Project (CDRiP) 

    Dekker, Harrison (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    The CDRiP began with with a fairly narrow goal, to leverage low cost disk storage and create an improved framework for storing, finding and using numeric data published in CD and DVD format. A further goal was to employ ...
  • WorldCat Registry: Making the case for a comprehensive registry of library data 

    Feather, Celeste; Shultz, Scott (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    A many-to-many problem exists in the exchange of data among libraries, consortia, and electronic content vendors. Currently numerous vendors maintain separate closed registries of essentially the same kinds of library ...
  • License management through the ERMS application and critical importance of public display of terms and conditions at your e-journal portal : a practical approach 

    Bhatt, Anjana H. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 1998 (DMCA), despite recognizing the needs of the libraries, actually protects the copyright holder. Most of the educational institutions, especially university libraries, route online ...
  • Observing Student Researchers In Their Native Habitat 

    Law, John; Markel, Joanna (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Currently underway is a field research project involving anthropological observations of the student research process. This ethnographic study uses contextual interviews to observe students who are actively engaged in ...
  • University of Pretoria beats to a different drum: UPSpace in rhythm with research 

    Olivier, Elsabe; Smith, Ina (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    The world-wide paradigm is to make research collections available online, thereby improving access to information and adding value to the research process. Since the facilitation of access to information (for research as ...
  • We’re Not in Kansas Anymore! Delivery of Library Resources and Services Through Learning Management Systems 

    Trainor, Cindi (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Library-licensed electronic resources are typically made available via the library website. Students are often required to read journal articles, faculty are interested in journal tables-of-contents or in receiving current ...
  • Referral Marketing Campaigns: 'Slashdotting' Digital Library Resources 

    Buczynski, James Andrew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Word-of-Mouth referrals via face-to-face, telephone, email, blogs, and websites is how YouTube, FlickR, MySpace, BoingBoing and others became successful as measured by traffic to their sites. When was the last time you ...
  • Institutional Identifiers in the Journal Supply Chain 

    Chvatal, Don (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Current codes and identifiers for institutions (e.g., ISIL, SAN, DOI, MARC) are inadequate for providing metadata and linkage between institutional components of the journal supply chain. Ringgold, Inc. is collaborating ...
  • Starting from Scratch: Organizing and Evaluating Your E-Journal Collection 

    Emanuel, Jenny; Gallaway, Teri Oaks (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    The first half of this program will focus on how a library can start organizing their electronic journals. Topics covered will be uncovering which electronic journals you are already paying for, what information you need ...
  • A Collaborative, Criteria-Based Approach for Electronic Resource Purchase and Renewals 

    Bordeaux, Abigail; McManus, Alesia (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Binghamton University Libraries developed a collaborative, criteria-based approach to support electronic resources renewal decisions and to develop and prioritize a wish list of needed resources. In light of a flat collections ...
  • Thinking About the Future 

    Luce, Richard E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
  • Evolving Library Space: From "Information Commons" to "Collaborative Learning Commons" 

    Sinclair, Bryan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    The idea of the Information Commons in academic libraries has been around now for close to a decade. At the University of Southern California, Indiana University, University of Arizona, and a host of other institutions, ...
  • Using Web Banner Ads to Promote Library Services and Collections 

    Whang, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    In light of new strategic planning documents and findings from a recent LibQUAL+™ survey, a new type of measurement was needed to measure Web site success. This session explores one way to measure web site success by ...
  • Why We Became Pushers 

    Bernhardt, Beth (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    The presentation will focus on several ways UNC Greensboro is using technologies to push e-resources to their users. The following will be discussed: Open URL linking, javascript applets, and web services. The web services ...
  • eJournal Archiving: Status and Trends 

    Walters, Tyler O. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    As library collections become increasingly electronic, librarians strive to develop lifecycle management approaches to administer them. One major issue is the anxiety all librarians feel over the long-term sustainability ...
  • Beyond Proof of Concept: Social Software 

    Hall, Mason R. K.; Stewart-Marshall, Zoe (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Using two case studies - the use of wikis in the Cornell University Libraries, and the use of wikis and other social software at Florida State University - Zoe Stewart-Marshall of Cornell University Libraries and Mason ...
  • Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference program: February 21-24, 2007 

    Unknown author (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)