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Almost one hundred presentations from the 32nd annual Charleston Library Conference (held November 7–10, 2012) are included in this annual proceedings volume. Major themes of the meeting included alternative metrics for measuring impact, patron driven acquisition, Open Access monographs, the future of university presses, and techniques for minimizing duplication and emphasizing the unique in library collections. 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 1,500 delegates attended the 2012 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.

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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
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  1. Contents
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  1. Preface and Acknowledgments
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  1. Introduction
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  1. Plenary Sessions
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  1. Our New Job Description
  2. Annette Thomas, CEO, Macmillan
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  1. Integrating Discovery and Access for Scholarly Articles: Successes and Failures
  2. Anurag Acharya, Founder and Lead Engineer, Google Scholar
  3. pp. 10-15
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  1. Curating a New World of Publishing
  2. Mitchell Davis, Founder and Chief Business Officer, Bibliolabs
    Mark Coker, President, Smashwords
    Eric Hellman, President, Gluejar, Inc.
    Rush Miller, The Hillman University Librarian, Director of the University Library System and Professor, University of Pittsburgh
  3. pp. 16-21
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  1. I Hear the Train a Comin’
  2. Greg Tananbaum, CEO, ScholarNext
    Peter Binfield, Co‐Founder and Publisher, PeerJ
    Timo Hannay, Managing Director, Digital Science
  3. pp. 22-29
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  1. Contemporary Trends and Debates in E‐Journal Licensing
  2. Kristin Eschenfelder, Professor, University of Wisconsin‐Madison School of Library and Information Studies
  3. pp. 30-39
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  1. What Provosts Think Librarians Should Know
  2. James O'Donnell, Provost and University Professor, Georgetown University
    J. Bradley Creed, Provost and Executive Vice President, Samford University
    Jose‐Marie Griffiths, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Bryant University
  3. pp. 40-51
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  1. The Twenty‐First‐Century University Press: Assessing the Past, Envisioning the Future
  2. Leila Salisbury, Director, University Press of Mississippi
    Douglas Armato, Director, University of Minnesota Press
    Alison Mudditt, Director, University of California Press
  3. pp. 52-64
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  1. Building the Digital Public Library of America: The Hubs Pilot Project
  2. Emily Gore, Director of Content, Digital Public Library of America
  3. p. 65
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  1. SCOAP3: Going Live with the Dream
  2. Ann Okerson, Senior Advisor for Electronic Strategies, Center for Research Libraries
  3. pp. 66-69
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  1. The Long Arm of the Law
  2. Ann Okerson, Senior Advisor for Electronic Strategies, Center for Research Libraries
    William Hannay, Partner, Schiff Hardin LLP
    Winston Tabb, Dean of Libraries and Museums, The Johns Hopkins University
    Nancy E. Weiss, General Counsel, Institute of Museum and Library Services
  3. pp. 70-79
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  1. Hyde Park Debate: The Traditional Research Library Is Dead
  2. Rick Anderson, Interim Dean, Marriott Library, University of Utah
    Derek Law, Professor Emeritus, Strathclyde University
  3. pp. 80-87
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  1. Collection Development
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  1. National Union Catalog: Asset or Albatross?
  2. John P. Abbott, Coordinator of Collection Management, Appalachian State University
    Allan Scherlen, Social Science Librarian, Appalachian State University
  3. pp. 89-91
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  1. E‐Books for All: Working to Establish an E‐Book DDA Program within USMAI
  2. Lynda Aldana, Head of Technical Services, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
    Joyce Tenney, Associate Director, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
    David Swords, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, EBL—Ebook Library
  3. pp. 92-95
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  1. Collection Development and Acquisitions Policies and Procedures: Do They Meet the Needs of Today’s Academic Library Environment?
  2. Jeff Bailey, Library Director, Dean B. Ellis Library, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro
    Linda Creibaum, Acquisitions Librarian, Dean B. Ellis Library, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro
  3. pp. 96-99
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  1. Point of Care Tools and Libraries: 12th Annual Health Sciences Lively Lunch
  2. Deborah D. Blecic, Bibliographer for the Life and Health Sciences and Associate Professor, The Richard J. Daley Library of the University of Illinois at Chicago
    Wendy Bahnsen, Executive Director of Library Services, Rittenhouse Book Distributors, Inc.
    Susan Klimley, Serials Collection and Electronic Resource Librarian, Columbia University Health Sciences Library
    Ramune K. Kubilius, Collection Development and Special Projects Librarian, Northwestern University, Galter Health Sciences Library
  3. p. 100
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  1. You Call that Perpetual? Issues in Perpetual Access
  2. Chris Bulock, Electronic Resources Librarian, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
  3. pp. 101-105
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  1. A Real Challenge: Incorporating Patron‐Driven Acquisitions Programs into Collection Development Strategies and Budgets
  2. Steven Carrico, Acquisitions Librarian, University of Florida Smathers Libraries
    Trey Shelton, E‐Resources Librarian, University of Florida Smathers Libraries
  3. pp. 106-111
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  1. What Is Keeping You Up At Night? A Discussion of Current Hot Topics in Collection Development.
  2. Susanne K. Clement, Special Projects and Assessment Librarian, Utah State University
  3. pp. 112-114
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  1. Running a Contest to Encourage Timely Monograph Ordering
  2. Carol J. Cramer, Head of Collection Management, Wake Forest University
  3. pp. 115-117
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  1. Proving the Value of Library Collections
  2. Lea Currie, Head of Collection Development, University of Kansas Libraries
    Amalia Monroe‐Gulick, Social Sciences Librarian, University of Kansas Libraries
  3. pp. 118-124
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  1. Accidental Collection Assessment: The NCSU Libraries Collection Move
  2. Annette Day, Head, Collection Management, North Carolina State University Libraries
    John Vickery, Collection Manager, Management and Social Sciences, North Carolina State University Libraries
    Hilary Davis, Associate Head, Collection Management and Director of Research Data Services, North Carolina State University Libraries
  3. pp. 125-134
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  1. If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It!: Refocusing a Collection with No Connection
  2. Jennifer Ditkoff, Head of Access Services and Collection Development, Keene State College
    Rodney Obien, Archivist and Assistant Professor, Keene State College
  3. pp. 135-138
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  1. Distinctive Collections: The Space Between “General” and “Special” Collections and Implications for Collection Development
  2. Daniel Dollar, Director of Collection Development, Yale University Library
    Gregory Eow, Associate Director of Collection Development and Kaplanoff Librarian for American, British, and Commonwealth History, Yale University Library
    Julie Linden, Head of Collection Management, Center for Science and Social Science Information, Yale University Library
    Melissa Grafe, John R. Bumstead Librarian for Medical History, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Yale University
  3. pp. 139-144
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  1. Smart Pull for Remote Storage: How to Keep (Mostly) Everyone Happy When Making a Large Collection Move to Remote Storage
  2. Tom Klingler, Assistant Dean, University Libraries, Kent State University
  3. pp. 145-152
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  1. Ebb and Flow: A Selection to Access Workflow for Consortia PDA
  2. Denise Pan, Associate Director of Technical Services, University of Colorado Denver
    Yem Fong, Faculty Director for Collection Development, University of Colorado Boulder Libraries
    Mary Beth Chambers, Catalog Metadata Librarian, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
    Yumin Jiang, Technical Services Librarian, University of Colorado Law School
    Contributions from Gabrielle Wiersma and Wen‐ying Lu, University of Colorado Boulder Libraries
  3. pp. 153-157
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  1. Wasted Words?: Current Trends in Collection Development Policies: Part 1
  2. Matt Torrence, Assistant Librarian, Business and Engineering, University of South Florida, Tampa Library
    Audrey Powers, Associate Librarian, Arts, University of South Florida, Tampa Library
    Megan Sheffield, Assistant Librarian, Natural Sciences, University of South Florida, Tampa Library
  3. pp. 158-170
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  1. Wasted Words? Current Trends in Collection Development Policies: Part 2
  2. Maureen James, Collection Development Librarian, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Ottenheimer Library
    Donna Rose, Head of Cataloguing, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Ottenheimer Library
    Carol I. Macheak, Head of Reference, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Ottenheimer Library
    John R. Warrick, Acquisitions, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Ottenheimer Library
  3. pp. 171-172
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  1. Not Your Mother’s PDA: The Transition from PDA Pilot to Full Acquisitions Integration
  2. Bruce Fyfe, Research and Instructional Librarian, The D. B. Weldon Library, Western University
    Erin Gallagher, Collections Consultant, Ingram Academic
    Nicole Nolan, Research and Instructional Librarian, C. B. “Bud” Johnston Library (Business), Western University
    Harriet Rykse, Digital Information Resources Librarian, Library Information Resources Management, Western University
    Nazi Torabi, Research and Instructional Librarian, Allyn and Betty Taylor Library, Western University
    Yves Vanier, Area Manager, Ingram Coutts
  3. pp. 173-184
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  1. Shared Journals: Save Space, Improve Access with the Maryland Shared Distributed Journal Collections Project
  2. Barbara J. Snead, Associate Librarian for Collection Services, Goucher College
  3. pp. 185-190
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  1. A Delightful Challenge: 330 Days, $410,000 for Books, and No Staff Added
  2. Kathleen Sullivan, Collection Development Coordinator, Phoenix Public Library
  3. pp. 191-193
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  1. TRLN Oxford University Press Consortial E‐Books Pilot
  2. Ann‐Marie Breaux, Vice President of Academic Service Integration, YBP Library Services
    Annette Day, Collection Management Head, North Carolina State University Libraries
    Aisha Harvey, Head of Collection Development, Duke University Library
    Rebecca Seger, Director of Institutional Sales, Americas, Oxford University Press
    Luke Swindler, Collections Management Officer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University Library
  3. pp. 194-197
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  1. End Users
  2. p. 198
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  1. Collaborating to Analyze E‐Journal Use Data: A Discussion of Cross‐Institutional Cost‐Per‐Use Analysis Projects within the UNC System
  2. Virginia Bacon, Electronic Resources Access and Discovery Librarian, Joyner Library, East Carolina University
    Patrick L. Carr, Head of Electronic and Continuing Resources Acquisitions, East Carolina University
  3. pp. 199-202
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  1. The Truth Is Out: How Students REALLY Search
  2. Beth S. Bloom, Coordinator of Instruction and Associate Professor, Seton Hall University
    Marta M. Deyrup, Catalog Coordinator and Professor, Seton Hall University
  3. pp. 203-208
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  1. Striving for Uniqueness: Data‐Driven Database Deselection
  2. Jeremy M. Brown, Head of Library Systems, Mercer University
    Geoffrey P. Timms, Electronic Resources and Web Services Librarian, Mercer University
  3. pp. 209-215
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  1. Everything That’s Wrong with E‐Book Statistics: A Comparison of E‐Book Packages
  2. Karin Byström, Head, Section for E‐resources, Uppsala University Library
  3. pp. 216-220
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  1. Positively Perplexing E‐Books: Digital Natives’ Perceptions of Electronic Information Resources
  2. Tara T. Cataldo, Collections Coordinator, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries, Marston Science Library
    Amy G. Buhler, Science and Technology Librarian, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries, Marston Science Library
  3. pp. 221-238
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  1. Positive Feedback: Using Interlibrary Loan Transaction Log Data to Inform Collection Development: Part 1
  2. Teresa Negrucci, Resource Acquisition and Management Librarian, Brown University
  3. pp. 239-242
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  1. Positive Feedback: Using Interlibrary Loan Data to Enhance Collections and Collection Development Practices: Part 2
  2. Forrest Link, Acquisitions Librarian, The College of New Jersey
  3. pp. 243-246
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  1. Discover EDS: Tales of Implementation and Use
  2. Audrey Powers, Associate Librarian, University of South Florida
    Lily Todorinova, Academic Services Librarian, University of South Florida
    Shannon E. Fox, Coordinator of Electronic Services and Collections, Austin College
    Athena Hoeppner, Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Central Florida
    Mary Page, Associate Director for Collections and Technical Services, University of Central Florida
    Rafal Kasprowski, Electronic Resources Librarian, Rice University
    Elizabeth Kocevar‐Weidinger, Head of Instruction and Research Services, Longwood University
    Alyssa Koclanes, Instructional and Technical Services Librarian, Eckerd College
    Virginia Polley, Information Literacy Librarian, Stevenson University
    Robb Waltner, Head of Acquisitions, University of North Florida
  3. pp. 247-264
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  1. Measuring and Applying Data about Users in the Seton Hall Library
  2. Rachel Volentine, Research Coordinator, University of Tennessee
    Lisa M. Rose‐Wiles, Science Librarian and Assistant Professor, Seton Hall University
    Carol Tenopir, Chancellor’s Professor, University of Tennessee
  3. pp. 265-269
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  1. Management/Administration
  2. p. 270
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  1. Social Research Collaboration: Libraries Need Not Apply?
  2. Jan Reichelt, Co‐Founder, Mendeley
    Christopher Erdmann, Head Librarian, Harvard‐Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
    Jose Luis Andrade, President, The Americas, Swets
  3. pp. 271-273
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  1. Serials Workflow Changes: Transitioning from Print to Digital Subscriptions
  2. Netta Cox, Head, Serials Department and Assistant Professor, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, F. D. Bluford Library
  3. pp. 274-277
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  1. Great Expectations: New Organizational Models for Overworked Liaisons Based on the UNCG Libraries Liaison Collections Responsibilities Task Force
  2. Steve M. Cramer, Business Librarian, UNC Greensboro
    Beth R. Bernhardt, Electronic Services Librarian, UNC Greensboro
    Mike A. Crumpton, Assistant Dean for Administrative Services, UNC Greensboro
    Amy L. Harris, Reference Librarian and Information Literacy Coordinator, UNC Greensboro
    Nancy B. Ryckman, Reference and Instructional Services Department, UNC Greensboro
  3. pp. 278-291
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  1. Lights, Camera, Information Literacy: Collaborating to Create Multimedia Materials for Library Instruction
  2. Michael Stöpel, User Services Librarian, American University of Paris
    Sally Murray, Technical Services, Web and E‐Resources Librarian, American University of Paris
    Jackie Ricords, Credo Evangelis, Credo Reference
    Shiva Darbandi, Solutions Associate, Credo Reference
  3. pp. 292-295
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  1. Making the Most of Your Data: Embedding Business Intelligence into Daily Operations
  2. Jimmy S. Ghaphery, Head, Library Information Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University
    Susan M. Stearns, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, ExLibris Group
  3. pp. 296-298
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  1. Aeon Flux: Transforming with Technology
  2. Miloche R. Kottman, Assistant Head of Cataloging, University of Kansas Libraries
  3. pp. 299-303
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  1. Beyond Implementation: Making Your ERMS Work for You
  2. Andrea Langhurst, Acquisitions/Licensing Librarian, University of Notre Dame
    Stacey Marien, Acquisitions Librarian, American University
    Kari Schmidt, Electronic Resources Librarian, American University
  3. pp. 304-310
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  1. Changing Operations of Academic Libraries
  2. Allen McKiel, Dean of Library Services, Western Oregon University
    Robert Murdoch, Assistant University Librarian for Collection Development and Technical Services, Brigham Young University
    Jim Dooley, Head Collection Services, University of California, Merced
  3. pp. 311-319
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  1. EWWW!: Electronic Resources in the Twenty‐First Century
  2. Andrea Ogier, Electronic Resource Manager, Virginia Tech
    Ladd Brown, Head of Acquisitions, Virginia Tech
    Annette Bailey, Assistant Director for Electronic Resources and Emerging Technology Services, Virginia Tech
    Connie Stovall, Assistant Director for Collection Management, Virginia Tech
  3. pp. 320-323
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  1. All Together Now: Using an Internal Google Site to Streamline Workflows
  2. Christa E. Poparad, Head of Reference Services, College of Charleston Libraries
  3. pp. 324-327
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  1. Eliminate the Negative: Moving from Embarrassed to Prepared
  2. Theresa Preuit Rhodes, Associate Director for Public Services and Collections, Mercer University
  3. pp. 328-332
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  1. The Buck Stops Here: The Importance of ROI and How to Demonstrate Value ina Corporate Library Setting
  2. Qinghua Xu, Information Scientist, Library Systems, Abbott
    Marija Markovic, Team Lead, Portfolio Management, Abbott
    Christine M. Stamison, Senior Customer Relations Manager, Swets
  3. pp. 333-337
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  1. Doing More with Less
  2. Ryan O. Weir, eResource Librarian, Indiana State University
  3. pp. 338-341
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  1. Scholarly Communication
  2. p. 342
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  1. Playing the Odds: Pascal’s Wager and Decision Making in the Long Scholarly Conversation
  2. Douglas M. Black, Collection Development Librarian, Northern Michigan University
  3. pp. 343-348
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  1. Overview of the Altmetrics Landscape
  2. Richard Cave, Director of IT and Computer Operations, Public Library of Science
  3. pp. 349-356
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  1. Open Access/Closed Coffers: Repositioning an Institutional Repository to Reflect Reality
  2. Anna R. Craft, Metadata Cataloger, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  3. pp. 357-360
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  1. Keeping the Momentum: Moving Ahead with Research Data Support
  2. Hilary Davis, Associate Head of Collection Management and Director of Research Data Services, North Carolina State University
    Steve Morris, Head of Digital Library Initiatives and Digital Projects, North Carolina State University
    Barrie Hayes, Bioinformatics and Translational Science Librarian, University of North Carolina Health Sciences Library
  3. pp. 361-367
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  1. The Future of Serials in a Linked Data World
  2. Laurie Kaplan, Director of Editorial Operations, Serials Solutions
  3. pp. 368-374
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  1. Journals and Supplementary Data
  2. Betty Landesman, Head of Technical Services and Content Management, University of Baltimore
  3. pp. 375-377
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  1. What Do Publishers Do?
  2. Sylvia K. Miller, Project Director, University of North Carolina Press
  3. pp. 378-385
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  1. Knowledge Unlatched: Toward an Open and Networked Future for Academic Publishing
  2. Frances Pinter, Executive Director, Knowledge Unlatched, London
    Lucy Montgomery, Research Director, Knowledge Unlatched, London
  3. pp. 386-391
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  1. Understanding eScience: Reflections on a Houston Symposium
  2. Joanne Romano, Licensing and Serials Librarian, The Texas Medical Center Library
    Allen Lopez, Education Librarian Reference and Outreach, The Texas Medical Center Library
    Maianh Phi, Reference and Instruction Librarian, The Texas Medical Center Library
  3. pp. 392-396
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  1. Intellectual Property Policies in Academe: Issues and Concerns with Digital Scholarship
  2. Sheri V. T. Ross, Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University
  3. pp. 397-400
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  1. Moving Technical Reports Forward
  2. David Scherer, Scholarly Repository Specialist, Purdue University
    Roberto Sarmiento, Head of Transportation Library, Northwestern University
    Maliaca Oxnam, Technical Report Archive and Image Library Chair, University of Arizona
    Charles Watkinson, Director of Purdue University Press and Head of Scholarly Publishing Services, Purdue University
  3. pp. 401-408
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  1. The Changing Landscape of Course Content: Electronic Textbooks and Electronic Coursepacks
  2. Heidi M. Schroeder, Health Sciences Librarian and eText Operational Lead, Michigan State University Libraries
  3. pp. 409-412
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  1. Techie Issues
  2. pp. 413-414
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  1. Facilitating Content Discovery and the Value of the Publisher Platform—An Overview
  2. Rebecca S. Albitz, Associate College Librarian for Collection Management, Bates College
  3. pp. 415-418
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  1. Discovery Systems: Analyzing the Gap Between Professors' Expectations and Student Behavior
  2. Craig Leonard Brians, Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Virginia Tech
    Bruce Pencek, College Librarian for Social Sciences and History, Virginia Tech
  3. pp. 419-423
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  1. Moving Toward Shibboleth Authentication: A Canadian Academic Library’s Perspective
  2. Heather Cai, Information Technology Services Librarian, McGill University
  3. pp. 424-427
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  1. How to Build a Better Mousetrap: Developing an Easy, Functional ERM
  2. Kelsey Brett, Resource Discovery Systems Fellow, University of Houston
    Jeannie Castro, Electronic Resources Coordinator, University of Houston
    Rachel Vacek, Head of Web Services, University of Houston
  3. pp. 428-430
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  1. The Functions of (Meta)Data: Lessons Learned with a Fedora Digital Repository
  2. Jennifer M. Eustis, Catalog/Metadata Librarian, University of Connecticut Libraries
  3. pp. 431-436
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  1. Freely Flowing: Openly Accessible Sources for Streaming Video
  2. deg farrelly, Media Librarian, ASU Libraries, Arizona State University
  3. pp. 437-441
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  1. Using Technology to Facilitate Technical Services Workflows
  2. Kelli L. Getz,Assistant Head of Acquisitions, University of Houston
    Jeannie Castro, Electronic Resources Coordinator, University of Houston
  3. pp. 442-447
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  1. Geek Out: Adding Coding Skills to Your Professional Repertoire
  2. Bohyun Kim, Digital Access Librarian, Florida International University Medical Library
    Kathryn Harnish, Senior Product Manager, Online Computer Library Center, Inc.
  3. pp. 448-452
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  1. Exploring Concepts of “Collection” in the Digital World
  2. Angharad Roberts, Postgraduate Research Student, University of Sheffield Information School
  3. pp. 453-459
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  1. Automating Record Loading—An Implementation Story
  2. Maribeth Manoff, Coordinator of Library Systems, University of Tennessee
    Jim Shetler, Vice President of Library Technical Services, YBP Library Services
    Deb Thomas, Research Collections Librarian, University of Tennessee
  3. pp. 460-466
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 467-472
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