Charleston Neapolitan: Content, Services and Space: The Future of the Library As Lines Blur
Content, Services and Space:
The Future of the Library As Lines Blur
An observation, a blog post, an article, a column and now a
Rick is Associate Dean for
Scholarly Resources &
Collections in the University of
Utah's J. Willard Marriott
Stephen is President of Alexander
Street Press, an award winning
publisher of online collections for
libraries, teaching and education.
He sits on the boards of CLIR, the
Council on Library and Information
Resources, the Digital Library
Federation, and the University of
Nancy is Head of Acquisitions at
Nancy serves on the editorial
boards of two professional
journals and received the 2007
Leadership in Library Acquisitions
Heather Ruland Staines
Heather is Vice President
Publisher Development at SIPX
(formerly Stanford Intellectual
Property Exchange) where she is
exploring the nexus of academic
publishing, library technology, and
the future of eLearning.
Heather currently serves on the
Board of Directors for the Society
for Scholarly Publishers and the
ALA ALCTS CRS Education,
Research, and Publications
Rick - Libraries Moving into Publishing and Publishers Moving into Libraries - The
Blurring Line between libraries and university presses.
Stephen - Libraries as publishers/developers of software, applications, multi-media
content, etc. - The Blurring Line between the library as a host of institutionallygenerated content and a vendor of such content.
Nancy – Patron Driven Acquisition 2.0 How does the library react when the Patron’s
demand is not driven by publisher metadata but rather new forms of discovery
conducted outside the library catalog? - The Blurring Line between Patron and
Collection Development Librarian.
Heather – Libraries as providers of learning content in the learning management
system platform. - The Blurring Line between traditional campus IT services and the
library as a learning services/content provider.
Blurring Lines Ideas???
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