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Author Charleston Conference (33rd : 2013 : Charleston, S.C.)

Title Too much is not enough! : Charleston Conference proceedings, 2013 / edited by Beth R. Bernhardt, Leah H. Hinds, and Katina P. Strauch
Published [Charleston, South Carolina] : Against the Grain Press, LLC, [2014]
West Lafayette, Indiana : Purdue University Press


Description 1 online resource (xvii, 598 pages)
Contents Introduction / Beth R. Bernhardt and Leah Hinds - Plenary sessions - Librarians in the postdigital information era: reclaiming our rights and responsibilities / Jenica Rogers - Discovery or displacement? A large-scale longitudinal study of the effect of discovery systems on online journal usage / Michael Levine-Clark, Jason Price and John McDonald - Scholarly societies, publishing, and the new information ecology / Robert Kieft, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Brandon Nordin and Steven C. Wheatley - "Lifelong learning" in 60 minutes / John Dove - If the university is in the computer, where does that leave the library? MOOCs discovered / Meredith Schwartz, Lynn Sutton, Rick Anderson and Meg White - Collection are for collisions: let us design it into the experience / Steven J. Bell - What provosts think librarians should know / Jeanine Stewart, Elizabeth Paul, John Vaughn and James J. O'Donnell - Content, services, and space: the future of the library as lines blur / David Parker, Rick Anderson, Stephen Rhind-Tutt, Nancy Gibbs and Heather Staines - Do not be an invisible library! / Rick Burke, Matt Goldner, Glenn Johnson-Grau and Franny Lee - Open access, public access: policies, implementation, developments, and the future of U.S.-published research / Alicia Wise, Amy Friedlander, Howard Ratner, Judy Ruttenberg and John Wilbanks - Plato's cave revisited / Bruce Heterick - The British national approach to scholarly communication / Lorraine Estelle - University presses and academic libraries demystified: a conversation / Leila Salisbury, Peter Berkery, Angela Carreño, Ellen Faran and Fred Heath - The long arm of the law / Ann Okerson, William Hannay, Bruce Strauch, Georgia Harper and Madelyn Wessel - Hyde Park corner debate: resolved: the current system of scholarly publishing, whereby publishers receive content for free and then sell it back to libraries at a high price, must fundamentally change / Elizabeth Chapman, Rick Anderson and Jean-Claude Guédon - I hear the train a comin' / Greg Tananbaum, William Gunn and Lorraine Haricombe -
Collection development - 120 to 12: reducing days to shelf with vendor services, catalog on receipt, and automated bibliographic overlay process / Sherle Abramson-Bluhm - Data to decisions: shared print retention in Maine / Becky Albitz and Deb Rollins - Imagine more space in your library! Weeding bound periodicals / Susan M. Andrews and Sandra K. Hayes - Developing a statewide print repository in Florida: the UCF experience with FLARE / Michael Arthur and Ying Zhang - Acquisitions for newbies / Jeff Bailey, Linda Creibaum and Kirk Gordon - An evolving model for consortial print and e-book collections: Triangle Research Libraries Network, Oxford University Press, YBP Library Services pilot / Ann-Marie Breaux, Lisa Croucher, Teddy Gray, Cotina Jones, Rebecca Seger and Luke Swindler - Is the library ready for an emerging field? The case of veterans studies / Marc D. Brodsky and Bruce E. Pencek - The women's library moves: deeds not words / Elizabeth A. Chapman - Creating a new allocations model for these changing times: challenges, opportunities, and data / Gregory A. Crawford and Lisa German - Shared print on the move: collocating collections / Rebecca D. Crist and Sherri L. Michaels - E-books down under / Tony Davies and Michelle Morgan - This ain't your papa's allocation formula! Team-based approaches to monograph collection budgets / Scott A. Gillies and Helen Salmon - Acquiring unique collections: collaborative approaches to metadata / Kira Homo - All hands on deck: creating subject guidelines / Maureen James and Donna Rose - Is there a future for collection development librarians? / Thomas A. Karel - From crisis to opportunity: a licensing audit how-to / Teresa Lee, Max King and Danielle Watters Westbrook - Revising a collection development manual: challenges and opportunities / Joshua M. Lupkin, Tony Bremholm and Eric Wedig - Collection development policies for the twenty-first-century academic library: creating a new model / Steve Alleman and Daniel C. Mack - Too little is not enough / Susan Mitchell, Janet G. Padway and Wisconsin-Joan Robb - Less is more: origins of University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point collection assessment plan / Tom Reich - Transforming a print collection / Brian Schoolar and Fred Rowland - The City University of New York: 24 colleges, 5 boroughs, 1 collection / Curtis Kendrick, Angela Sidman and Susan Vaughn - Managing journals by committee / Edith M. Starbuck, Sharon A. Purtee, Charles P. Kishman, Kristen L. Burgess and Leslie C. Schick - Navigating the flow of value streams to the seas of collection management, acquisitions, and preservation / Greg W. Voelker, Richard J.W. Zwiercan and Michael Frazier -
End users - Incorporating usability into the database review process: new lessons and possibilities / Ilana R. Barnes - The quest for the holy grail: too many ERM systems are not enough! / Stephanie P. Hess, Caryl Ward, Margo M. Duncan and Tiffany M. LeMaistre - "Eat yourself full, leave your plate empty": or why student and faculty appetite for data is like an offensive lineman at a buffet / Mega M. Hurst, Eleanor I. Cook, J. Michael Lindsay and Martha F. Earl - It is not just a document: using government data in teaching and research / Catherine Johnson, Marianne Ryan and Melissa Oakes - E-browsing: serendipity and questions of access and discovery / Kate M. Joranson, Steven I. VanTuyl and Nina Clements - Engaging students through social media / Beth L. McGough and Danielle Salomon - Beyond COUNTER: using IP data to evaluate our users / Timothy R. Morton - Nuanced and timely: capturing collections feedback at point of use / Jane M. Nichols, Richard A. Stoddart and Terry Reese - Meeting user needs and expectations: a library's quest for discovery / Elyse L. Profera and Jackie Shieh - Discovery of e-resources and media: what will it take? / Carlen Ruschoff -
Management and administration - A guided tour of issues and trends: the thirteenth Annual Health Science Lively Lunch / Wendy Bahnsen, Deborah D. Blecic, Robin Champieux, Elizabeth Ketterman, Ramune K. Kubilius, Marysue Schaffer, Anneliese Taylor and Andrea Twiss-Brooks - Working better together: library, publisher, and vendor perspectives / Maria D. Collins, Mary M. Somerville, Nicole Pelsinsky and Aaron Wood - Questions about academic librarians: influencing our academic identity / Shin Freedman - Rebranding the library: generating visibility in the virtual age / Jeremy Frumkin and Rachel Kessler - Rompiendo barreras: reorganizing technical and digital services in a small academic library / Jonathan H. Harwell and Sharon P. Williams - Changing operations of academic libraries / Allen McKiel, Jim Dooley and Robert Murdoch - Proving the value of library collections part II: an interdisciplinary study using citation analysis / Amalia Monroe-Gulick and Lea Hill Currie - It can be done! Planning and process for successful collection management projects / Fran Rosen, Pamela Grudzien, W. Lee Hisle and Patricia A. Tully - Doing more with less: exploring batch processing and outsourcing in academic libraries / Patrick J. Roth and Jeffrey D. Daniels - Pitch perfect: selling to libraries and selling libraries to nonusers / Mark Sandler, David Celano, Melissa Loy-Oakes and Marianne Ryan - Bitter coffee and watered-down bourbon: lessons for libraries from Chase and Sanborn Coffee and Maker's Mark / Corey Seeman - How is that going to work? Rethinking acquisitions in a next-generation ILS / Kathleen Spring, Megan Drake and Siôn Romaine - Electronic resource management: functional integration in technical services / George Stachokas - You cannot have too much electronic resources staffing / Shade Aladebumoye, Nadine P. Ellero and Paula Sullenger - Resolved, every librarian a subject librarian: implementing subject librarianship across a research library / Steven E. Smith, Deborah L. Thomas and Alan H. Wallace - Venturing from the "back room": do technical services have a role in information literacy? / Laura Turner and Alejandra Nann - The magic of (a)ffective management / Ryan Weir --
Patron-driven acquisitions and interlibrary loan - Individual article purchase: catching the wave of the future, or getting pounded on the reef / Douglas K. Bates - Four years of unmediated demand-driven acquisitions and 5,000 e-books later: we gave 'em what they wanted / Karen S. Fischer and Chris Diaz - Is ILL enough? Examining ILL demand after journal cancellations at three North Carolina universities / Kristin Calvert, William Gee, Janet Malliet and Rachel Fleming - "Access versus ownership" revisited: the Quinnipiac University Libraries short-term loan project / Charles Getchell, David Swords and June DeGennaro - Creating a richer patron-driven acquisitions experience for your users: how the University of Arizona forced three PDA programs to play nicely together / Teresa C. Hazen - Rebuilding the plane while flying: library/vendor strategies for approval plan revision (in a DDA world) / Charles Hillen, Glenn Johnson-Grau and Joan Thompson - Adding PDA for print? Consider your options for implementation / Teri Koch, Andrew Welch and Lisa McDonald - Too much data? Never enough! Cost-efficient collections acquisitions decision making through data analysis / Jaimie Miller, Kat McGrath and Eva Gavaris - "To mediate, or not mediate, that is the question": setting up Get It Now at Furman University Libraries / Janet Nazar and Tim Bowen - A demand-driven-preferred approval plan / Ann Roll - Are midsize academic libraries on the right e-book train? / Allan Scherlen and John P. Abbott - Collective collection building and DDA / Kerry Scott, Jim Dooley and Martha Hruska - Redesigning workflows and implementing demand-drive acquisition at Virginia Tech: one year later / Connie Stovall, Edward Lener and Tracy Gilmore - Beyond demand driven: incorporating multiple tools in a consortial collection strategy / Karen H. Wilhoit --
Scholarly communication - 3-D printing, copyright, and fair use: what should we know? / Posie Aagaard and Michael Kolitsky - Support when it counts: library roles in public access to federally funded research / Kristine M. Alpi, William M. Cross and Hilary M. Davis - Subject librarian initiative at the University of Central Florida Libraries: collaboration amongst research and information services, acquisitions and collections services, and the office of scholarly communication / Barbara G. Tierney and Michael Arthur - Modeling a shared national cross digital repository / Jean-Gabriel Bankier - A foray into library digital publishing: the British Virginia Project at Virginia Commonwealth University / Kevin Farley - Metadata and open access: reliably finding content and finding reliable content / Sommer Browning, Jean-Claude Guédon and Laurie Kaplan - Herding e-cats: emerging standards in electronic book and journal publishing and management / Betty Landesman - SelfPub 2.0 / Mitchell Davis [and others] - Publarians and lubishers: role bending in the new scholarly communications ecosystem / Nancy Maron, Sylvia Miller, Charles Watkinson and Anne Kenney - Increasing the discoverability of institutional video: a survey of current trends and best practices / Robert Murdoch - Opportunities and challenges of data publications: a case from Purdue / David Scherer, Lisa Zilinski and Courtney Matthews --
Techie issues - Experiencing "iPads for all": results from a library-wide mobile technology program / Michelle Armstrong and Peggy S. Cooper - From digits to diagrams: using infographics to inform database retention and cancellation decisions / Calida A. Barboza - Alma in the cloud: implementation through the eyes of acquisitions / Denise Branch - Awash in e-journal data: what it is, where it is, and what can be done with it (is it "too much" or "not enough?") / David P. Brennan and Nancy J. Butkovich - Publishers and libraries: sharing metadata between communities / Michelle Durocher - An alternative mechanism for the delivery of scholarly journal articles: ReadCube access at the University of Utah / Phill Jones and Mark M. England - Contemplating e-scores: open ruminations on the e-score, the patron, the library, and the publisher / Lisa Hooper - Excelling with Excel: advanced Excel functions for collection analysis / Denise Pan and Gabrielle Wiersma - Using augmented reality as a discovery tool / Jolanda-Pieta van Arnhem and Jerry M. Spiller
Summary "Almost one hundred presentations from the thirty-third annual Charleston Library Conference (held November 6-9, 2013) are included in this annual proceedings volume. Major themes of the meeting included open access publishing, demand-driven acquisition, the future of university presses, and data-driven decision making. While the Charleston meeting remains a core one for acquisitions librarians in dialog with publishers and vendors, the breadth of coverage of this volume reflects the fact that this conference is now one of the major venues for leaders in the publishing and library communities to shape strategy and prepare for the future. At least 1,500 delegates attended the 2013 meeting, ranging from the staff of small public library systems to the CEOs of major corporations. This fully indexed, copyedited volume provides a rich source for the latest evidence-based research and lessons from practice in a range of information science fields. The contributors are leaders in the library, publishing, and vendor communities"-- Provided by publisher
Analysis Library & information services
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
In Books at JSTOR: Open Access JSTOR
Subject Library science -- Congresses.
Library science -- United States -- Congresses
Collection management (Libraries) -- Congresses
Acquisitions (Libraries) -- Congresses
Use-driven acquisitions (Libraries) -- Congresses
Library users -- Congresses
Communication in learning and scholarship -- Congresses
Electronic information resources -- Management -- Congresses
Library administration -- Congresses
Libraries -- Information technology -- Congresses
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Library & Information Science / Administration & Management.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Library & Information Science / Collection Development.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Library & Information Science / General.
Acquisitions (Libraries)
Collection management (Libraries)
Communication in learning and scholarship
Libraries -- Information technology
Library administration
Library science
Library users
Use-driven acquisitions (Libraries)
United States
Genre/Form Electronic books
Conference papers and proceedings
Form Electronic book
Author Bernhardt, Beth R., editor.
Hinds, Leah H., editor.
Strauch, Katina P., 1946- editor.
LC no. 2014021341
ISBN 9781941269015