Electronic Resources Workflows and Tools
This webinar will cover key points to consider, tools, and workflow options in managing electronic resources. Most libraries use multiple tools and approaches to manage e-resources, which brings benefits and challenges. Speakers will provide insights and perspectives on ERM systems, supplemental processes to fill gaps in functionality, and those systems' interoperability with patron-facing interfaces.
Who Should Attend?
Those responsible for electronic resource management.
Dawn Hale has been Head of Technical Services at the Sheridan Libraries of the Johns Hopkins University for the past 10 years. Prior to her Hopkins’ experience, she held original cataloger positions. Dawn is currently on the editorial board of the ALCTS Papers Series and is a member of the Ross Atkinson Lifetime Achievement Award Committee, the OCLC Research Library Metadata Partners Focus Group, and the OCLC E-resources Advisory Council.
Kari Schmidt is currently the Technical Services Manager at the Montgomery College Libraries where she oversees the centralized Technical Services Department, which includes the electronic resources, cataloging, and acquisitions programs. Her previous positions include E-Resources Librarian & Co-Interim Director for Information Delivery Services at American University Library and E-Resources Librarian at the University System of Maryland as well as Collection Management/ E-Resources Librarian and Assistant Director for Resource Management at the Georgetown University Medical Center Library.
Laura Wrubel is the E-Resources Content Manager at George Washington University Libraries. She is responsible for access to e-resources and is involved in supporting and improving the libraries' link resolver, discovery layer, and systems for managing e-resources. Laura received her library degree from the University of Maryland.
Date & Times
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
sessions are intended to last 1 hour, starting:
11 am Pacific | 12 Mountain | 1 pm Central | 2 pm Eastern
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