|Event Date||Topic||Presented By|
|March 27||Library of Congress BIBFRAME Progress||Sally McCallum and Judith Canna|
|April 3||Assessment in Technical Services||Jessica Schomberg|
|April 23||Preserving Your Family History||Kenyatta D. Berry|
|April 25||Caring for Family Keepsakes||Denise Levenick|
|May 8||Communicating Impact Using Data Visualization||Liz Woolcott|
|May 15||Standardizing Serials: KBART & Project Transfer||Kristen Wilson|
|May 22||A Shared Approach to BIBFRAME Implementation||Jacquie Samples and Ian Bigelow|
|May 29||Standardizing Serials: COUNTER, SUSHI, SERU||Athena Hoeppner and Kate Hill|
|June 4||Advocating for Your Department and Library||Emily Drabinski and Angela Galvan|
Ex Libris Knowledge Days is an opportunity to take your understanding of the Ex Libris suite of products to the next level. You’ve gone through implementation, you’ve been using the product, now it’s time to really fine-tune your workflows or explore ways to maximize your use of Ex Libris products at your library.
Over the course of two days, you’ll have the opportunity to get more in-depth learning in Alma, Primo VE, Leganto, and more. A combination of presentations, hands-on workshops, practical exercises, and question-and-answer sessions will allow you to optimize your workflows and take advantage of all the features available to you.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
2pm Eastern (11am Pacific | 12pm Mountain | 1pm Central)
Description: In 2016, the De Paul Library at the University of Saint Mary won the Steelcase Education Active Learning Center Grant, building on a librarian-driven change movement for the overall library space and vision. Focusing on building connections to the overall learning environment on campus, librarians partnered with faculty to develop active learning resources, training opportunities, and a circulating technology collection. This year, the university reorganized several student support functions under the umbrella of the Keleher Learning Commons, building on the library’s goals toward holistic support for student success. This session will share lessons learned while undergoing major transitions in the vision of the library on campus and navigating physical and organizational changes, as well as early impacts and outcomes.
About the Presenter:
Ashley Creek is currently the Director of the Keleher Learning Commons at the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, Kansas after previously serving as the Access & Learning Services Librarian and then Emerging Technologies Librarian for the past 8 years. Creek has presented active learning and library transformation related sessions at state, regional, and national conferences. Her current research focuses on the library as the center of the academic community, technology and active learning, and co-curricular assessment.
Can’t make it to the live show? That’s okay. The session will be on the Carterette Series Webinars site for later viewing.
NEW Webinar: Selling to Corporate Libraries
Wednesday 22 May 2019
As scholarly publishers and societies, we strive to serve our communities but in order to continue to grow we need to reach new audiences and find alternative revenue streams. The corporate market offers a substantial opportunity, but corporations have distinct needs. They focus on solving business problems, not providing archives, they merge, restructure and cease to exist far more quickly than universities. Renewals are never a sure thing, and it is difficult to find and determine who the decision makers are for new business opportunities within them.
This 90-minute panel discussion will present strategies that publishers can use to build new relationships and grow revenue in the corporate sector. Join us and learn about opportunities created by new technologies such as TDM and AI, corporate-oriented business models, content and features, and marketing and sales approaches that work for increasing revenue streams in this arena.
- Karen Hawkins, Chair, Chief Marketing Officer, IEEE
- James Blank, Manager – Technical Information Center (TIC), Caterpillar Inc,
- David Myers, CEO, DMedia Associates
- Mike Porch, Content Development Manager, IEEE
- Corporate Libraries speaker TBC
Who should attend : Sales and Marketing Managers, and anyone responsible for growing revenue streams.
Time: 14:30-16:00 BST, 9:30-11:00 EDT, 15:30-17:00 CEST, 06:30-08:00 PDT
*Please note: if you are unable to join the webinar at this time you can register and receive a recording for viewing at your convenience.
Save the date for our next webinar:
Making the case for embracing Micropublications – are they the way forward for scholarly publishing? June 26, 2019. Full information coming shortly or email Susie.firstname.lastname@example.org
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