ATG Conferences, Meetings and Webinars 1/7/19

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ALCTS Webinars

 

TopicDatePresented by
Restructuring & Reimagining Digital CollectionsFebruary 6Jennifer O’Brien Roper and Ellen Catz Ramsey
Determining Success of DDA and EBA with AssessmentFebruary 13Stephanie Church and Liz Bernal
Anatomy of a Research Project February 20Karen Snow
Digital Preservation: Audiovisual Edition, Part 1February 27Reed Jones
Research Methodologies and Data AnalysisMarch 6Eamon Tewell
Digital Preservation: Audiovisual Edition, Part 2March 13Stefan Elnabli
Writing and Publishing Research ResultsMarch 20Mary Beth Weber and Sandy Roe

Ingenta Webinars

Once again Ingenta is offering a series of free webinars of potential interest to all those in the publishing and library communities. Simply click on the link for more information and to register.

 

Online, 23 January 2019

One of the most important decisions any academic publisher has to make is that of the publishing platform the company is going to use to market its content. There are a number of key requirements any content management system will need to be able to deliver, reliably and on budget. Rowland Conway, Director for Content Products at Ingenta, will discuss the relevant merits of platform types and the kinds of questions a publisher needs to ask to make an informed choice.

 

Online, 20 February 2019

A collaboration of the world’s leading academic publishers and research libraries, CLOCKSS provides a sustainable dark archive to ensure the long-term survival of Web-based scholarly content. The sheer weight of content the CLOCKSS archive deals with is staggering – 30 million journal articles, 75,000 books, 260 participating publishers and over 300 supporting libraries. In this webinar CLOCKSS Executive Director Craig Van Dyke will talk about the unique features of CLOCKSS and why archiving is more essential than ever.

 

Online, 20 March 2019

SciencePod provides a writing, editing, publishing and distribution service to science publishers to help them widely raise the profile of the research they publish, deploying an extensive network of science writers from across Europe to translate complex scientific and technical concepts into simple language. In a new era of scientific publishing, where open access and notions such as citizen science have gained real political weight, SciencePod can make a real difference to discovery and usage.

 

Online, 22 May 2019

On the surface, Open Access should be straightforward. Everything is free and can be used, reused and shared – or can it? And if this is the case, how can it be sustainable as a business model? Our guest presenter is Eelco Ferwerda, director of OAPEN. He has been active in the area of open access for monographs since 2008, when he started managing OAPEN as EU co-funded project with 6 European university presses. He is one of Europe’s leading experts on the OA ecosystem. An unmissable session for anyone interested in OA publishing, or flipping to an OA model.


 

ACRL Insider notes that “The deadline to submit ACRL 2019 Lightning Talk proposals is coming up on Wednesday, January 16. Don’t miss this opportunity to share with your colleagues in Cleveland!

Inspire others with quick glimpses at your latest innovations, interesting ideas, and new technologies or services. The sky is the limit! Each five-minute Lightning Talk will require you to create a maximum of 20 slides that advance automatically every 15 seconds. Submit your 150-word proposal by Wednesday, January 16, 2019. It’s that quick and easy!


 

The deadline has been extended for presentation proposals for the 28th Annual North Carolina Serials Conference, to be held on Monday, April 1, 2019 at The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education in Chapel Hill.

The Planning Committee is currently accepting proposals for presentations that reflect the 2019 conference theme: Communication is Key: Facilitating Discovery and Delivery to Connect Users to Information.

Possible topics could include:

  • Using effective communication to foster successful business and collegial relationships
  • Interacting with stakeholders, such as patrons, vendors, publishers, aggregators, colleagues, LIS students and faculty
  • Providing access to resources through cataloging skills, metadata creation, knowledge base management, and the library’s online catalog and discovery service
  • Promoting and marketing resources to inform users
  • License negotiation as a critical communication skill
  • Working with vendors on renewals, accounting transactions, adding new resources, troubleshooting, library advisory boards, new acquisitions models, and projects in partnership
  • Communicating within a consortium
  • Skills in communicating within the department, team, institution
  • Collaboration and project management
  • Assessment and data visualization as tools to tell our story
  • Communicating through training: the value of professional development opportunities

Proposals may address any aspect of the serials industry or serials management and may be submitted by any member of the community including librarians, staff, students, publishers, and vendors. Proposals should be submitted using this form. The NEW deadline for submissions is Thursday, January 31, 2019.


 

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