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.