NISO will be holding an in-person forum on “E-Resource Management: From Start to Finish (and Back Again)” on October 7, 2010, in Chicago, IL. The “start to finish and back again” of this event will take attendees through the various stages of working with an active ERM in your library:
- The Start: The basics of a successful ERM implementation/use
- The Finish: At a higher-level, the more advanced and downstream uses made capable by ERMs (e.g., decision making)
- Back Again: Those things that still aren’t in place, that we will need to implement anew in order to answer outstanding needs.
This event will benefit anyone who is interested in using an ERM for managing content and for interpreting data and making decisions based on that data. You will also learn about what to expect in the near future for ERMs.
NISO educational forums are routinely praised for their excellent selection of speakers representing a diversity of viewpoints across the scholarly information community and the small size which provides opportunities to network with speakers and other attendees.
SPEAKERS AND TOPICS
Keynote Presentation: What Value Do ERM Systems Bring to Libraries?
Norm Medeiros, Associate Librarian of the College & Coordinator for Bibliographic and Digital Services, Haverford College
Integrating the ERM with Print Holdings
Martha Rice-Sanders, Knowledge Management Librarian, HELIN Consortium
Using the ERM for Managing Content, Budgeting, and Reporting
Nisa Bakkalbasi, Head, Electronic Collections, Yale University
Using the ERM to Interpret Data
Nancy Beals, Electronic Resources Librarian, Wayne State University Libraries & John Rutherford, Systems Librarian, Wayne State University Libraries
Using the ERM to Inform Staffing Decisions, Collection Management
Angela Riggio, Head, Digital Collections Management, UCLA Library
What E-books Mean to ERMs
Aaron Wood, Director of Software Product Management, Alexander Street Press
Next Steps: The NISO ERM Gap Analysis Working Group
Tim Jewell, Director, Information Resources and Scholarly Communication, University of Washington
Registration is now open; get the early bird discount by registering before September 24. NISO members and students receive a discounted rate. The event hotel, Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza, is offering NISO event attendees a special rate for the night of Wednesday, October 6. For more information and to register, visit the event webpage:
CrossRef is generously sponsoring this forum.