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Presentation given for SLA Arabian Gulf February 2010

Presentation given for SLA Arabian Gulf February 2010

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  • 1. Electronic Journals & Electronic Resources Library Management Pre-Conference SLA-Arabian Gulf Coast 27 February-1 March 2010 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • 2. Presenter: Jill Emery Head of Acquisitions, University of Texas Libraries
      • Contact Information: J.Emery@Austin.utexas.edu
  • 3. Workshop Overview & Objectives
    • 27 February 2010
      • Introductions
      • Overview of Scholarly Communications Landscape
      • Commercial Content Providers/Big Publishers/Big Deals
      • Society/University Presses
      • Open Access Content
      • Platform Providers
      • Service Providers
      • Lunch
      • Finding Journals:Hands-on practice
      • Determining Platforms: Hands on practice
  • 4. Workshop Overview & Objectives Continued
    • 28 February 2010
      • Introduction to E-Resource Life-Cycle
      • First Stage: Investigation/Selection
      • Second Stage: Acquisition
      • Third Stage: Implementation
      • Lunch
      • Licensing an e-resource: hands-on
      • Mapping out workflow part I: hands-on
  • 5. Workshop Overview & Objectives Continued
    • 1 March 2010
      • Usage Evaluation
      • Annual Renewal/Review
      • Replacement
      • Lunch
      • Workflow part II: hands-on
      • Tracking access: hands-on
      • Conclusion