How to Get the Most Bang for Your Buck with ERM

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Title: How to Get the Most Bang for Your Buck with ERM
Author: Nelson, Rose
Abstract: The Colorado Alliance, a non-profit consortium of Research libraries, developed their own ERM to help member libraries better manage and find resources in their electronic databases. Since the development of this ERM, Gold Rush in 2003, libraries outside of the consortium have subscribed to Gold Rush. We will discuss the common features of an ERM, cost saving tips in managing your ERM, and how ERM can be a resource discovery tool for patrons. Finally, we will unveil a creative use of Gold Rush.
Description: Rose Nelson works at the Colorado Alliance as a Systems Librarian. The Alliance is a non-profit consortia of large public and academic libraries. Her main responsiblities include co-managing the ERM, Gold Rush, providing technical support and customer assistance on Prospector our Inn-Reach catalog and assisting on various committee related to Prospector and Gold Rush. She has been at the Alliance for a little over a year now. She's interested in all types of technology, particularly advancements in ERM and information retrieval which seems more difficult as access points to information continue to grow! How do we manage all this stuff?
Type: Presentation
Date: 2007-02-24
Contributor: CARL (Organization)
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: ERMs
Gold Rush
Holdings module
Integrated print and electronic holdings
Subscriptions module
Article finders

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