Convener: Audrey Powers (Charleston Conference Director and Research Librarian for College of The Arts, University of South Florida)
Speakers: Peter McCracken (Founder of Serials Solutions and ShipIndex), Emilie Delquie (Vice President, Publishers Communication Group), Cory Tucker (Head of Collection Management, University of Nevada), Lisa Carlucci Thomas (Director, Design Think Do), Stephen Rhind-Tutt (President of Alexander Street Press) Michael Gorrell (Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, EBSCO), and Mark Johnson (Head of Publisher Relations, HighWire Press).
As electronic resources continue to compound and confound our sensibilities, experts in the field will update us as well as challenge our current way of thinking with new methodologies of delivery and access.
Back by popular demand, issues addressed at last year’s E-Everything preconference including access, content integration, technology and discoverability will be updated with topics such as tablet based delivery of video and audio, e-book models of access and licensing, business models for procurement of materials in all formats, e-content integration, and how users get to the content they value.
Presented PechaKucha style, each speaker will deliver a dynamic and succinct 15 minute Powerpoint presentation. After all the presentations are given, breakout sessions with the presenters will give you the opportunity to address the presenters in a more personal way.
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.