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Tracking, maintaining, and assessing e-resources can seem overwhelming at times. Join colleagues from around the country in the ALCTS e-Forum to share the essential tools that you use to organize all of the metadata associated with your e-resources, and learn the tips and tricks of the trade that others have developed to assist in the processes relating to electronic resources in libraries.
In this e-Forum, attendees will explore:
- Ways to keep track of pricing, license terms, and admin details for e-resources
- Best practices for maintaining and troubleshooting resource access
- Best practices for evaluating the value of electronic subscriptions
Who Should Attend
Anyone involved with or interested in electronic resource management in libraries.
Rebecca Walton has been managing electronic resources at Brigham Young University since 2006. In that time she has had the titles Electronic Resources Assistant (part time staff), Electronic Resources Specialist (full time staff), Electronic Resources Librarian (full time faculty), and now Continuations, Licensing, and Collection Analysis Librarian (full time faculty and unit head of the Continuations unit – our library’s term for the unit overseeing both serials and databases).
Derrik Hiatt is Director of Resource Management & Discovery at the Mary and Jeff Bell Library, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. In addition to his MLS from Southern Connecticut State University, he has a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Brigham Young University. Prior to moving to Corpus Christi, Derrik worked as Electronic Resources Librarian at Wake Forest University and Assistant Serials Librarian at Brigham Young University. He was a co-author of the “Continuities” column in Technicalities from 2013-2016.
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