CONFERENCE AGENDA/PRESENTATIONS

 

All sessions are scheduled in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−04:00)

 

9:30 - 10:00

      Opening Remarks

 

10:15 – 11:00

      Concurrent Session One

      1A. Lightning Round

  1. See an issue? Broken URL? Report it here! - Nicole Wood, Austin Peay State University

  2. Making up the difference: using custom reporting to identify inaccuracies in link resolver serial metadata – Abigail Sparling, University of Alberta Library [slides]

  3. Migrating to a hosted EZproxy service - Megan Heady, West Virginia University Libraries [slides]

  4. How the OA Switchboard is building the infrastructure for an OA-driven scholarly communications landscape - Yvonne Campfens, Stichting OA Switchboard [slides]

 

      1B. Internship pivot @ ECU: responding to our university’s transition - Wm. Joseph Thomas & Kaye Dotson,              East Carolina University [slides]

11:15 – 12:15
      Sponsor Lightning Sessions

      Sponsor Session A.

1.    Clarivate [slides]
2.    DeGruyter [slides]
3.    Duke University Press [slides]
4.    EBSCO [slides]
5.    Emerald [slides]
6.    IET [slides]
7.    IOP Publishing [slides]

      Sponsor Session B.

1.    Elsevier [slides]
2.    Oxford University Press [slides]
3.    ProQuest [slides]
4.    SAGE [slides]
5.    Springhare [slides]
6.    Wiley 
7.    WT Cox [slides]

1:00 – 1:45
      Concurrent Session Two

      

      2A. A journey of transforming to an online government documents collection - Hong Li & Caren Nichter, 

             University of Tennessee at Martin [slides]


      2B. E-Resource migration: from dual to unified management - Li Ma, University of South Carolina [slides]

 

2:00 – 2:45

      Concurrent Session Three

      3A. Lightning Round

  1. Opening our deep backfiles: identifying open and public domain serial content in library collections - John Mark Ockerbloom & Rachelle R. Nelson, University of Pennsylvania Libraries [slides]

  2. Making media visible: Finding new pathways for discovery and access - Rachel King, Rowan University [slides]

  3. Rethinking print journal subscriptions at a large research university - Michael Rodriguez, University of Connecticut [slides]

  4. Saving time on renewals with Excel and Python - Emily Graham, Brandeis Library [slides]

      3B. Professional applications of information literacy: helping researchers learn to evaluate journal quality -

           Jenny Dale & Anna Craft, UNC Greensboro University Libraries [slides]

3:00 – 3:45

      Concurrent Session Four

      4A. Combined Session

        Reaching students through teaching – Karen Brunsting & Caitlin Harrington, The University of Memphis

        Libraries [slides]

        History rhymes: the role of learned societies in the open research landscape – Vincent Cassidy, IET [slides]

      4B. A crash course in creative commons licensing – Danielle Apfelbaum, Farmingdale State College &

             Derek Stadler, LaGuardia Community College [slides]