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Over one hundred presentations from the 36th annual Charleston Library Conference (held November 1–5, 2016) are included in this annual proceedings volume. Major themes of the meeting included data visualization, streaming video, analysis and assessment, demand-driven acquisition, and open access publishing. 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. Almost 2,000 delegates attended the 2016 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. Contributors comprise leaders in the library, publishing, and vendor communities.

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  1. Plenary Sessions
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  1. Collection Development—Analysis and Assessment
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  1. Access to Freely Available Journal Articles: Gold, Green, and Rogue Open Access Across the Disciplines
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  1. Collection Development—Discovery of Collections
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  1. Building the Knowledge School
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  1. Collection Development—Demand-Driven Acquisitions
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  1. The Evolution of E-Books
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  1. Collection Development—E-Books
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  1. Hyde Park Debate Resolved: APC-Funded Open Access Is Antithetical to the Values of Librarianship
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  1. Digital Scholarship
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  1. Working in Partnership to Support Quality Research
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  1. End Users/Use Statistics
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  1. Libraries as Convener, Enabler, Distributor, Advocate, and Archive in the Future Knowledge Economy
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  1. Management/Leadership
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  1. The Devil Is in the Details: Challenges of Collaborative Collecting
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  1. Out of the Box/Entrepreneurship
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  1. Reimagining Our World at Planetary Scale: The Big Data Future of Our Libraries
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  1. Professional Development
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  1. The Long Arm of the Law
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  1. Scholarly Communication
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  1. Update on Industry Trends and Issues
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  1. Technology and Trends
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  1. Who’s Faster, a Pirate or a Librarian?
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  1. You Can’t Preserve What You Don’t Have—Or Can You? Libraries as Infrastructure for Perpetual Access to Intellectual Output
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  1. The Long Arm of the Law
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  1. Is a Gold Open Access World Viable for Research Universities?
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  1. Stretching Your Dollars: Saving on Online Content
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  1. Budgeting in an Academic Library: A Lively Lunch Discussion
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  1. Where Is the Library Budget Going? Using ILS Fund Codes and Reports for Fiscal Accountability
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  1. How a New Library System Changed the Way We Think about Acquisitions and Collection Development
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  1. Collection Development—Analysis and Assessment
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  1. Efficient Deselection and Other Stories: A Fellowship at UNC Charlotte
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  1. Time to Take New Measures: Developing a Cost-Per-Cited-Reference Metric for the Assessment of E-Journal Collections
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  1. An Infographic Is Worth a Thousand Words: Using Data Visualization to Engage Faculty in Collection Strategies
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  1. Rolling Out a Database Review: Initiating a Comprehensive Database Review at the University of Maryland Libraries
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  1. Valuing Consortial Resources: A Framework for Assessment
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  1. Assessing the Books We Didn’t Buy (the Sequel)
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  1. Collection Dashboards for Selectors
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  1. Apples to Oranges: Comparing Streaming Video Platforms
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  1. Rolling With a Purpose
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  1. Extreme Makeover: How We Decreased Our Collection by 40% and Simultaneously Increased It by 50% in 10 Months
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  1. Rolling the Dice and Playing With Numbers: Statistical Realities and Responses
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  1. Albatross: Rolling on a Sea of Data
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  1. Housing Diversity in Children’s Literature
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  1. To Buy or Not to Buy: Rolling Into the Future With ILLiad
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  1. A Tale of Two Serials Cancellations
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  1. Mapping Change: An Examination of Curricular Shifts and Collection Impact
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  1. Book Usage Is Rollin’ Down: Multifaceted Assessment of Monograph Collection Performance to Optimize Purchase Decisions
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  1. The Librarian’s Survival Guide to the “Big Deal”: Tools for Unbundling
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  1. Do We Approve? New Models for Assessing Approval Plans
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  1. Collection Development-Discovery of Collections
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  1. Rolling With the Wheels of Commerce: The Challenges of Business and Industry-Based Resources
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  1. Adding and Slashing Serials
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  1. From the Concept to Results: A Case Study on the Collection Development for the ODC-Opening Day Collection at Qatar National Library
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  1. Implications of BIBFRAME and Linked Data for Libraries and Publishers
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  1. Tower of Babel: New Realities in Foreign Language Acquisitions
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  1. Preserve Local and Institution-Specific Data During Migration to a Network Cataloging Environment
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  1. The World of ISSN—Standards Revisions and Related Projects
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  1. “We’ll Do It Live”: Building Access to Video Content Based on Freedoms of Use
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  1. Collection Development—Demand-Driven Acquisitions
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  1. Boom or Bust: Short-Term Loans Five Years Later
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  1. A Model for Patron-Driven Acquisition of Print Music Scores: From Conception to Reality
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  1. DDA Management With Predictive Modeling
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  1. Collection Development—E-Books
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  1. Open Access, Open Access, How Does Your Catalog Grow? With Selection, Access, and Usage All in a Virtual Row!
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  1. Nobody Knows and Nobody Is Responsible: Issues in E-Books Workflow and Access
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  1. Post-Acquisition Management and the Issue of Inaccessibility
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  1. Ordering E-Books From a Print Book Vendor
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  1. We’re on a Roll: Transforming E-Book Acquisitions in a Shifting Budget Landscape
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  1. The Odd Couple: Teaming Up to Reduce Textbook Costs for Students
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  1. Digital Scholarship
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  1. End Users/Use Statistics
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  1. Moving the Library: Bringing Resources to Students (Using a Learning Management System)
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  1. Liaison Librarians in the Know: Methods for Discovering Faculty Research and Teaching Needs
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  1. Strengthening Regional Collections One Request at a Time: Using Resource Sharing Technology to Facilitate Coordinated Collection Development
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  1. An Electronic Resources Workflow Is Worth a Thousand Words
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  1. Stay Calm and Cover Your Assessment: Creating a Culture of Assessment on a Shoestring
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  1. Bridging the Divide: Collaborating Across Departments to Improve Communication and Collections
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  1. Out of the Box/Entrepreneurship
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  1. Improving Student Success: Arkansas State’s Partnership With Credo and Regional High Schools
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  1. Catching Their Attention! Using Nonformal Information Sources to Captivate and Motivate Undergraduates During Library Sessions
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  1. Project Management Office to the Rescue: Aligning Workforce and Resources with Library Vision and Delivering Results
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  1. Lifting All Boats: Fostering a Community of Practice for Student Publishers
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  1. Professional Development
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  1. Change It Up: Growing Your Career in a Wildly Different Organization
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  1. A Tale of Two Liaison Programs: University of Central Florida Libraries and Louisiana State University Libraries Partnering for Subject Librarian Excellence
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  1. The Nuts and Bolts of Supporting Change and Transformation for Research Librarians
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  1. What Are Subject Liaisons When “Collections” and “Subjects” Don’t Matter?
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  1. Scholarly Communication
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  1. Humanities Collaborations and Research Practices: Investigating New Modes of Collaborative Humanities Scholarship
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  1. COUNTER: Consistency, Clarity, Simplification, and Continuous Maintenance
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  1. Is Small Beautiful? The Position of Independent Scholarly Publishers in an Environment of Rapid Industry Consolidation
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  1. Social Scholarship? Academic Communications in the Digital Age
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  1. The Sky’s the Limit: Scholarly Communication, Digital Initiatives, Institutional Repositories, and Subject Librarians
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  1. Wrangling Services Contracts in Libraries
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  1. Supporting Research Information Management in the Research University: Partnerships, Challenges, and Possibilities
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  1. Technology and Trends
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  1. Wrangle Your Data Like a Pro With the Data Processing Power of Python
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  1. Head in the Clouds: Will a Next-Generation Library Management System Bring Clear Vision?
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  1. A Tale of Two Campuses: Open Educational Resources in Florida and California Academic Institutions
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  1. Finding the Right Fit for Article Delivery: Using Resource Sharing Technology to Provide Enhanced Access
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  1. Moving From Reclaiming to Reclaimed: The Big Picture and a Case Study of a Trending Initiative
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781941269121
Related ISBN
9781941269107
MARC Record
OCLC
1065119328
Pages
580
Launched on MUSE
2018-11-16
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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