NISO January Webinar: The Three S’s of Electronic Resource Management

NISO’s first webinar for 2011, to be held on January 12 from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. (Eastern) will feature “The Three S’s of Electronic Resource Management: Systems, Standards and Subscriptions.”




Electronic Resource Management (ERM) encompasses a variety of practices and services that impact library staff and patrons. In this session, three panelists from the system vendor, subscription agent and academic library communities converge to discuss benefits and challenges of “three S’s” integral to ERM: systems, standards and subscriptions.

This high-level overview is ideal for libraries that might be considering ERM solutions and existing ERM libraries that would benefit with an update on current developments.



The First S: Standards for Organizing and Distributing Information
Todd Carpenter, Managing Director, NISO, will give an overview of current standards relevant to ERM and implementation challenges for stakeholder.


The Second S: Systems for Electronic Resource Management
Bob McQuillan, Senior Product Manager, Innovative Interfaces, will review ERM systems and their benefits for both library staff and patrons.


The Third S: Subscriptions to Electronic Resources
Oliver Pesch, Chief Strategist, E-Resources, EBSCO Information Services, will discuss the evolving role of electronic resource subscription services and the benefits to customers.


Registration is per site (defined as access for one computer). NISO and NASIG members may register at a discounted rate. A student discount is also available. Can’t make it on the scheduled date or time? Registrants receive access to the recorded version for one year, which can be viewed at your convenience.

For more information or to register, visit the event webpage:

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