Electronic Resources Sessions at NASIG 2013 Conference

Are you interested in learning more about electronic resources in the areas of ERMS implementation, e-resource acquisitions, and core competencies for new e-resource librarians? Join your colleagues at the 28th Annual North American Serials Interest Group Conference in Buffalo, NY on June 6-9, 2013. Here are a few of the exciting electronic resource sessions that will be happening at the conference this year:

  • Getting to the core of the matter: Competencies for new e-resource librarians (presented by Roen Janyk of Okanagan College and Emma Lawson of Langara College)
  • The aggregator database: Cornerstone or Annex? (presented by Beverly Geckle and Suzanne Mangrum of Middle Tennessee State University)
  • Preparation is the key: Lessons learned from an ERMS implementation (presented by Todd Enoch of University of North Texas)
  • E-resource acquisition checklist: An indispensable tool for managing the electronic resource lifecycle (presented by Nate Hosburgh of Montana State University – Bozeman)
  • DIY ERM (Do-it-yourself electronic resources management) for the small library (presented by Sarah Hartman-Caverly of Delaware County Community College)
  • The challenges of sustaining a community managed open source ERMS (presented by Emma Cryer of Duke University Medical Center and Benjamin Heet of North Carolina State University)

For more information on the conference and for registration information, please visit: http://www.nasig.org/conference_registration.cfm.

Do you have a great idea, workflow, or project that you’d like to share with your NASIG colleagues? Sign up to be a part of the first-ever NASIG Great Ideas Showcase! Proposals are due 3/29/13. For more information, visit the NASIG Blog at https://nasig.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/great-ideas-showcase-proposals-nasig-2013/.

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