NEWSFLASH: Final Plenary Videos Loaded!!

The last two sessions of the Charleston Conference 2012 have been posted.  Ann Okerson’s SCOAP3 update and the Find > Search panel, both from Friday afternoon are now available for your viewing pleasure!

And here’s the complete list in case you’ve missed our past NEWSFLASHES:

 

2012 Charleston Conference: Accentuate the Positive!


Plenary Sessions Thursday, November 8, 2012:

Our New Job Description
Speaker: Annette Thomas, CEO, Macmillan

Integrating Discovery and Access for Scholarly Articles: Successes and Failures
Speaker: Anurag Acharya, Founder and Lead Engineer, Google Scholar

Curating a New World of Publishing
Speakers: Mitchell Davis (Moderator) – Bibliolabs; Mark Coker, Smashwords; Eric Hellman, Gluejar Inc.; Rush Miller, University of Pittsburgh

The Changing World of eBooks
Speakers: Anthony Watkinson (Moderator), Senior Lecturer, University College London; Peter Brantley, Director, Bookserver Project; Mike Shatzkin, CEO, Idealogical Company

Annual Skit
by the Mighty Charleston Players

I Hear the Train A Comin’ – LIVE
Speakers: Greg Tananbaum (Moderator) – CEO, ScholarNext;
Peter Binfield – Co-Founder and Publisher, PeerJ; Timo Hannay, – Managing Director, Digital Science

Plenary Sessions Friday, November 9, 2012:

Contemporary Trends and Debates in E-Journal Licensing
Speaker: Kristin Eschenfelder, Professor, University of Wisconsin – Madison
School of Library and Information Studies

What Provosts Think Librarians Should Know
Speakers: James O’Donnell, Georgetown University; J. Bradley Creed, Samford University; Jose-Marie Griffiths, Bryant University.

The Twenty-First Century University Press: Assessing the Past, Envisioning the Future
Speakers: Leila Salisbury, University Press of Mississippi; Douglas Armato, University of Minnisota Press; and Alison Mudditt, University of California Press

Building the Digital Public Library of America: the Hubs Pilot Project
Speaker: Emily Gore, Director of Content, Digital Public Library of America

SCOAP3: Going Live with the Dream
Speaker: Ann Okerson, Senior Advisor to CRL

Find > Search
Speakers: Meg White (Moderator), Rittenhouse Book Distributors; Marjorie Hlava, Access Innovations; Elisabeth Leonard, SAGE Publications; Stanley Wilder, UNC Charlotte; Elizabeth Willingham, Silverchair.

Saturday, November 10, 2012
The Long Arm of the Law
Speakers: Ann Okerson, Senior Advisor for CRL, Winston Tabb, Dean of Libraries and Museums, The Johns Hopkins University, William Hannay, Partner, Schiff Hardin LLP, and Nancy Weiss, General Counsel, Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Hyde Park Debate: The Traditional Research Library is Dead
Speakers: Rick Anderson, Interim Dean, Marriott Library, University of Utah;
Derek Law, Professor Emeritus, Strathclyde University.
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