Webcast: ALCTS/LITA ERM Interest Group (ALA Boston)

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Dear Colleagues:

We are also going to webcast the Resources Management Interest Group ALCTS/LITA meeting at ALA 2010 Midwinter Conference in Boston, Massachusetts!!! If you can’t join us in Boston, meet us on the web!!! Instructions for virtual attendees at the end of this message.

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Meeting: LITA Electronic Resources Management Interest Group
Date: Friday, January 15th, 2010 Time: 6:30pm—8:30pm (EST)
Login Time for virtual attendees: 6:00 pm -6:15 pm (EST)
Location: HYATT-Duxbury


1. ERMS, why seek perfection when practical will do?
Speaker: Albert Joy, Associate Library Professor, University of Vermont

2. ERM Vendor Systems Updates
Speaker: EBSCO/ERM Update – Oliver Pesch, Chief Strategist
Speaker: III/ERM Update – Bob McQuillan, ERM Product Manager
Speaker: Serials Solutions/ERM Update – Leslie Lapham, Product Manager
Speaker: TDNet/TERMS Announcement – Moshe Efron, V.P. Product Development

3. ERM Data Review Work Update
Speaker: Todd Carpenter, NISO Managing Director

4. Key Challenges Facing Researchers in the Digital Research Environment
Speaker: Katie Clark, Associate Dean, Public Services and Collection Development at the University of Rochester

5. Recommended Practices for the Presentation and Identification of E-Journals

Lack of accurate journal title history and journal identifying information on eJournal websites impedes the research process. This presentation will provide examples illustrating the problem and an overview of a proposed NISO ‘recommended practice’ that will guide eJournal publishers in the presentation and display of journal title history with a focus on what specific improvements can be made to assist the researcher in identifying full-text content within library delivery systems.

Speaker: Regina Reynolds, ISSN Coordinator, Library of Congress
Speaker: Steven C Shadle, Serials Access Librarian, University of Washington Libraries

6. Toward Sustainable Scholarly Publishing: Current Scholarship Program
Speaker: David Fritsch, Assistant Director, Outreach and Participation Services, ITHAKA | Portico

7. Update on Portico’s Archiving Activities: Gale Cengage and Beyond
Speaker: Ken DiFiore, Associate Director, Outreach and Participation Services, ITHAKA | Portico

CO-CHAIRS, ERM Interest Group:

Chan Li, Data Analyst, California Digital Library


Ronna A Davis

We look forward to seeing you in Boston either virtually or in person.


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