NASIG 2013 program highlights

Are you interested in learning more about managing serials in various formats? 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 sessions that will be happening at the conference this year:

  • Libraries and mobile technologies in the age of the visible college (Vision Session) – presented by Bryan Alexander of National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE)
  • Realizing the value of non-purchased content – presented by Victoria Wright and Elyse Profera of Taylor & Francis
  • Diversification of access pathways and the role of demand driven acquisition – presented by Mark England of University of Utah and Phill Jones of Labtiva, Inc.
  • The end of Nostradamus: Killing predictive checkin without feeling guilty – presented by Bob Persing of University of Pennsylvania and Young Joo Moon of Boston College
  • Sailing the digital serials seas: Charting a new course with CONTENTdm – presented by Francesca Francis and Eve Grunberg of the State Library of North Carolina
  • Open access electronic journals at the National Autonomous University of Mexico – presented by Filberto F. Martinez-Arellano of Institute of Research on Library and Information Science, National Autonomous University of Mexico

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

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