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- Institute at Timberline Lodge
Date and time: Tuesday 15 April 2014 at 1600 BST
The UKSG 2014 Conference Special will provide an overview of the conference and the discussion will focus on anything new, interesting, exciting or even controversial to emerge from the conference talks.
Duration: 45 minutes including Q&A (up to 60 minutes maximum if there is sufficient demand for an extended Q&A)
Chair: Andrew Barker, Head of Academic Liaison, Special Collections & Archives, University of Liverpool Library
For further information and to register, please visit http://www.uksg.org/2014conferencespecial
If you are unable to attend the live webinar, please register anyway and we will send you a link to a recording of the webinar after the event.
Registration is open for the 2014 Acquisitions Institute at Timberline Lodge: www.acquisitionsinstitute.org/home/registration
Come join us for this three-day conference. The Institute offers a small, informal, and stimulating forum for discussing issues around acquisitions and building and managing library collections.
The conference will be held May 17-20, 2014, at Timberline Lodge.
Timberline Lodge is located one hour east of Portland, Oregon, on the slope of Mount Hood.
Your registration includes all conference expenses including opening reception, refreshments during breaks, and all meals from dinner Saturday through breakfast Tuesday. Please also fill in your room request. The cost will depend on the type of room reserved and if you are sharing a room. We forward your request to Timberline Lodge and they will use your credit card information to secure the first night’s stay.
We will accept registrations through April 18 so be sure to register early.
The conference website at <www.acquisitionsinstitute.org> provides additional information on the preliminary program, FAQ, and rates.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
|April 16||RDA Basics for Music Materials||Webinar|
|April 21||Fundamentals of Collection Development & Management||Web Course|
|April 22||Shared Print Repositories||e-Forum Discussion|
|April 23||Planning and Describing Your Work with P&T in Mind||Webinar|
|April 28||Fundamentals of Collection Assessment||Web Course|
|April 28||Fundamentals of Acquisitions||Web Course|
|April 29||Low-Cost Ways to Preserve Family Archives||Webinar|
TUESDAY 13 MAY, LONDON (full day)
Chair: Michael Jubb, Research Information Network
Open Access is very much in the news – this seminar looks at the practical implications of implementing OA policy for both STM and HSS publishing.
The hybrid model is now under increasing scrutiny – what are the challenges facing publishers, librarians and funders? Global OA policies have increasing granular focus – what does this mean for workflows, processes and standardisation of data? How do hybrid and gold OA publishing differ when it comes to marketing products and services? What are the issues surrounding APC collection systems?
Join our expert speakers to discuss these and other questions.
See: http://www.alpsp.org/Ebusiness/ProductCatalog/1405MRO.aspx?ID=395for full details and to book your place.
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