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Author Charleston Conference (31st : 2011 : Charleston, S.C.)

Title Something's gotta give : Charleston Conference proceedings, 2011 / edited by Beth R. Bernhardt, Leah H. Hinds, and Katina P. Strauch
Published West Lafayette, Indiana : Against the Grain Press, [2012]


Description 1 online resource (xv, 625 pages) : illustrations
Contents The semantic web for publishers and libraries / Michael Keller -- Data papers in the network era / Mackenzie Smith -- Everything we see hides another : coping with hidden collections in the 21st century library / Mark Dimunation -- The Digital Public Library of America : the idea and its implementation / Robert Darnton -- New initiatives in open research / Clifford Lynch and Lee Dirks -- Executives' roundtable : the boundaries are getting blurred / T. Scott Plutchak, Paul N. Courant, and H. Frederick Dylla -- I hear the train a comin' / Greg Tananbaum, Kevin Guthrie, and Anne Kenney -- The long arm of the law / Bill Hannay and Ann Okerson -- The future of online newspapers / Debora Cheney, Chuck Palsho, and Chris Cowan -- The status Quo has got to go / Brad Eden -- Hyde Park corner / Melody Burton and Kimberly Douglas -- Downsizing from the big deal : what's education got to do with it? / Robert G. Kelly and Susann DeVries -- Reducing unintentional duplication : adventures and opportunities in cooperative collection development / Leslie Button, Rachel Lewellen, Kathleen Norton, and Pamela Skinner -- Collaborating with course pages : strategies for curriculum-based development and assessment / Robin Chin Roemer and Michael Matos -- Free is the best price : building your collection of primary sources with free, online, digital collections / Joan Petit -- It's not you, it's me : breaking up with perpetual access / Kirsten Huhn and Geoffrey Little -- From backlog to workflow : American University's approach for handling preservation books and missing serials issues / Stacey Marien and Dawn Fairbanks -- Don't forget the little publishers / David Myers, Tom Taylor, Stuart Silcox, and Jim Dooley -- Something's gotta give : is there a future for the collection development policy? / Matt Torrence, Audrey Powers, and Megan Sheffield -- Offline e-book access : ebrary survey of librarians ; 2011 Global Student e-book survey / Allen McKiel -- Let's get the dialogue started : keeping e-books current / Gail Johnston and Tamara Remhof -- Kent State University Libraries develops a new system for resource selection / Kay Downey -- Academic libraries without print / Allen McKiel, Jim Dooley, Robert Murdoch, and Carol Zsulya -- BIP 4 CD=LW / Theresa Preuit Rhodes -- The charging of technical services at UNC Charlotte / Michael Winecoff -- New subjects, new communities, new formats : the library collection in the digital world / Angharad Roberts -- Best practices for presentation of e-journals / Andrea Twiss-Brooks and Katharina Klemperer -- Acquisitions business in a middle east context / Henry Owino -- New tricks for old data sources : mashups, visualizations, & questions your ILS has been afraid to answer / Brian Norberg, Darby Orcutt, and John Vickery -- SERU 2.0 : it's not just for journals / Selden Durgom Lamoureux and Judy Luther -- Improving ERM : critical work flow and operations solutions / Betsy Appleton, Shannon Regan, Lenore England, Li Fu, and Stephen Miller -- A first-year librarian's weeding project management experience from start to (planned) finish / Kady Ferris and Scott Warren -- Weeding one STEPP at a time / Eleanor Cook, Dan Shouse, and William Joseph Thomas -- Selection for non-remote storage / Steve Alleman -- Transfer 2.0 and beyond! : an update / Tim Devenport and Jennifer Bazeley -- Virginia Tech's participation in ASERL's cooperative print journal retention project / Connie Stovall, Leslie O'Brien, and Edward Lener -- Speed weed : how we weeded more than 70,000 items in three months / Gail Johnston and Tamara Remhof -- Let's go and haul! : a square-rigger's guide to weeding "age of sail" collections in the 21st century / Valarie Prescott Adams and Douglas Black -- Looking for money in all the right places : how one academic library is making good use of grant funds / Michael A. Arthur -- Using your library's annual report to market library services / Corey Seeman -- What gives? : evaluating bound journals for transitioning to electronic and developing an electronic collection development policy / J. Michael Lindsay, Adam Kemper, and Sandra Oelschlegel -- Turn that frown upside down : management strategies for improving library employee morale in uncertain times / Cindy L. Craig and Curt G. Friehs -- What's in a name? : Are we fish or fowl? / Shin Freedman and Marcia Dursi -- Resource acquisitions : an experiment in library reorganization at Slippery Rock University / Heather Getsay and Catherine Rudowsky -- Working together to win : the 21st century acquisitions department / Jill Jascha -- Institution-wide collaboration : how learning communities can help / Christine Lewis, Michael Stopel, Jackie LaPlaca Ricords, and Timothy Cherubini -- How to turn around a battleship -- before the budget-cut missile is lodged in the hull: a case study / Lindsey E. Schell and Susan Macicak -- Inventory of a small academic library : cooperation and communication through the units / Erin E. Boyd, Amy Smith, Kent Snowden, and Debbie West -- Bullied by budgets, pushed by patrons, driven by demand : libraries and tantalizing technologies / Narda Tafuri and Antje Mays -- Budget's stretched, staff stressed, usage stalled -- something's gotta give! / Stacy Baggett and Megan Williams -- Where is the hospitality in your library? / Corey Seeman -- Are libraries thriving? : an Oxford debate / Jill Emery -- Keeping up with the things that matter : current awareness tools and strategies for academic libraries / Mike Diaz, Clifford Lynch, Karen Downing, and John Dupuis -- Developing a weighted library allocation formula / Jeff Bailey and Linda Creibaum -- Shared advocacy through data : looking beyond the high cost of journals / Jane Nichols and Andrea A. Wirth -- The value of purchasing e-book collections from a large publisher / Aaron K. Shrimplin and Jennifer W. Bazeley -- Electronic resource assessment : adventures in engagement / John Tofanelli, Colleen Major, and Jeffrey Carroll -- Contextualizing and interpreting cost per use for electronic journals / Matthew Harrington and Connie Stovall -- An absence of allocations / Cathy Goodwin -- The LibValue Project : three reports on values, outcomes, and return on investment of academic libraries / Carol Tenopir, Rachel A. Fleming-May, and Tine E. Chrzastowski -- An academic library's efforts to justify materials budget expenditures / Steven Carrico -- Put it simply : tools and tips for communicating library collections data / Hilary Davis -- Giving them what they want : providing information for a serials review project / Kristin Calvert and Rachel Fleming -- Data lifecycle management : what has got to give / Will Hires
Library publishing services : strategies for success / Charles Watkinson, Catherine Muray-Rust, Daureen Nesdill, and Allyson Mower -- What can we say with certainty about scholarly communication in the 21st century? / Michael P. Pelikan -- Mixing oil and water : recipes for press-library collaboration / Patrick Alexander, James McCoy, Leila Salisbury, and Richard Brown -- We're all in this together : supporting the dissemination of university research through library services / Michelle Armstrong -- Supporting effective communication and workflows in social science research : findings and summary of a group discussion / Bernie Folan -- The impact of Japan's March 11th earthquake and tsunami on libraries and the conduct of research and publications in Japan / Mikiko Tanifuji -- Publishing partnerships : why, when, and how collaboration sometimes trumps competition, the user perspective / Elizabeth Chisato Uyeki -- Making open access work in the social sciences / Hob Brooks, Eric Moran, Jeffrey Carroll, and Deborah Ludwig -- E-resource triage : why doesn't my full-text resource open and how can I fix it? / Leslie Burke -- Where's professor Watt's request? : streamlining to a paperless acquisitions workflow / Rita M. Cauce -- Mainstreaming media : innovating media collections at the NCSU libraries / Darby Orcutt -- You ought to be in pictures : bringing streaming video to your library / Cheri Duncan and Erika Peterson -- Platform choice : policies and practice / Tina Feick, Jason Price, Susan Macicak, Dennis Brunning, Anne McKee, and Mary Marshall -- Champagne wishes, caviar dreams : incorporating e-readers into leisure reading while in a beer budget / Anna Craft, Elisabeth Leonard, and Katy Ginanni -- Saving time, energy, keystrokes, and sanity : adventures in order automation / Julie Kliever, K.C. Hendges, John Riley, and Lynne Branch Browne -- Give a little bit : using lean tools to create efficiencies in acquisitions and beyond / Lisa Spagnolo -- Beyond EDI : an agent's role in the cloud / Christine M. Stamison, Anne Campbell, and Michael Winkler -- Tired of reinventing the wheel? : then stop! : how to use online communities for solutions to common library issues / Laura Warren and Julie Obst -- Moving your library to the cloud / Carrie Rampp, Jennifer Clarke, and Bill Burkholder -- Managing expectations and obligations : the librarian's role in streaming media for online education / Kathleen Carlisle Fountain -- Patron-driven acquisition practices of U.S. research libraries: east vs. west / Jennifer Duncan and Jeff Carroll -- Getting to the heart of the matter : what faculty tell us about how our collections support student learning / Marcia Thomas -- The role of reference in discovery systems : effecting a more literate search / Will Wheeler -- Discovery systems are no different : we must still teach searchers how to become researchers / Craig Leonard Brians and Bruce Pencek -- End user tools for evaluating scholarly content / Carol Anne Meyer -- Understanding the 21st century research landscape : emerging trends and needs within and across disciplines / Mike Diaz, Audrey Powers, Corey Seeman, Dennis Brunning, and Jason Phillips -- Understanding the 21st century research landscape : emerging trends and needs within and across disciples : perspectives from a business library / Corey Seeman -- Moving toward the user-centered library : learning behaviors and their impact on library planning / Leah M. Dunn -- Technical services talk : fostering faculty collaboration through reorganization and communication / Kyle McCarrell and LouAnn Blocker -- Win friends and influence faculty : methods for citation analysis / Leslie Farison -- Relevancy redacted : web-scale discovery and the "filter buble" / Corey Davis -- Experiences from the field : choosing a discovery tool for your unique library / Jennifer Castaldo, Christine Korytnyk Dulaney, Tom Klingler, Doralyn Rossman, and Laura Wrubel -- Discovery by the numbers : an examination of the impact of a discovery tool through usage statistics / Jody Fagan and Meris Mandernach -- The patrons demand, but what do they really want? / Forrest Link, Yuji Tosaka, and Cathy Weng -- Untapped resources : graduate assistants and collection development / Lily Todorinova and Brittany Rhea Deputy -- Partnering for patron-driven acquisitions : what you need to know / Ashley Bailey, Molly Royse, Deb Thomas, and Gail Watson -- Demand-driven success : designing your PDA experiment / Charles Hillen and Glenn Johnson-Grau -- Give them what they need (and want) : computer science and engineering customers / Ellen Safley -- Patron-driven e-book solutions : moving beyond the banana books incident / Gabriella Wiersma and Yem Fong -- By popular demand : building a consortial demand-driven program / Xan Arch, Robin Champieux, Susan Hinken, Emily McElroy, and Joan Thompson
Summary "The theme of the 2011 Charleston Conference, the annual event that explores issues in book and serial acquisition, was "Something's Gotta Give." The conference, held November 2-5, 2011, in Charleston, SC, included 9 pre-meetings, more than 10 plenaries, and over 120 concurrent sessions. The theme reflected the increasing sense of strain felt by both libraries and publishers as troubling economic trends and rapid technological change challenge the information supply chain. What part of the system will buckle under this pressure? Who will be the winners and who will be the losers in this stressful environment? The Charleston Conference continues to be a major event for information exchange among librarians, vendors, and publishers. As it begins its fourth decade, the Conference is one of the most popular international meetings for information professionals, with almost 1,500 delegates. Conference attendees continue to remark on the informative and thought-provoking sessions. The Conference provides a collegial atmosphere where librarians, vendors, and publishers talk freely and directly about issues facing libraries and information providers. In this volume, the organizers of the meeting are pleased to share some of the learning experiences that they--and other attendees--had at the conference"-- Provided by publisher
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
Electronic information resources -- Management -- Congresses
Libraries and electronic publishing -- Congresses
Libraries -- Information technology -- Congresses
Serials librarianship -- Congresses
Libraries -- Automation.
Collection development (Libraries)
Technical services (Libraries)
Library Automation
Library Collection Development
Library Technical Services
collection development.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Library & Information Science -- General.
Technical services (Libraries)
Libraries -- Automation
Collection development (Libraries)
Acquisitions (Libraries)
Collection management (Libraries)
Libraries and electronic publishing
Libraries -- Information technology
Library science
Serials librarianship
United States
Genre/Form proceedings (reports)
Conference papers and proceedings
Conference papers and proceedings.
Actes de congrès.
Form Electronic book
Author Bernhardt, Beth R
Hinds, Leah H
Strauch, Katina P., 1946-
LC no. 2012033631
ISBN 9780983404347