Presented by: Ex Libris & Library Journal
Event Date and Time: Thursday, January 21, 2021 | 2:00-3:00 PM ET, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM PT
How can libraries promote institutional research output and expertise? By doing what they do best – collecting, organizing, and making information easily discoverable. Learn how the Brandeis University library is taking a fresh look at its scholarly communications approach and supporting infrastructure. Mark Paris, Associate University Librarian, will share the story of Brandies in its journey to increase research visibility and strengthen the relationships between the library and researchers.
Join this session to learn:
• Possible new paths for increasing the library’s impact on research.
• Best practices for creating stronger partnerships between the library and research stakeholders.
• The role of machine learning and AI in transforming scholarly communication.
Mark Paris, Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources & Discovery, Brandeis University
Dr. Sara Branch, Research Solutions Expert, Ex Libris, a ProQuest Company
Best Practices in defining a Collection Development Strategy and Evaluating Business Models for eBooks
Hear how to implement cost-effective ebook purchasing options that meet the needs of faculty, researchers and students, and ultimately provide you the control and flexibility to adapt to the changing needs of your end-users at your institution. This webinar will spotlight the evaluation of various business models offered by publishers, which offer a range of options, such as variable concurrent user rates, discovery-related support, ongoing or limited time access models, variations in user allowances, and more.
Join guest librarian speakers Jessica Morales and James Ladwig, both of the University of Notre Dame, and Springer Nature’s Senior eBook Product Manager Wouter van der Velde for talks on best practices in defining a collection development strategy and the evaluation of ebook business models offered by various publishers.
Date & Time: Jan 27, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Date: February 12, 2021
Time: 10:00am – 3:40pm EST
Registration is open! Register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0Hfc3titRAagS8uqa-zbPA
As information professionals, we’re always learning and innovating to provide exemplary service. Even so, the past year has been a shock for libraries. The situations we faced required creative changes and evolving solutions as the year unfolded, and libraries responded by assessing unmet needs, collaborating with colleagues to overcome challenges, and designing services to anticipate the unknown. Our presenters, representing a variety of public and private institutions from across the country, will focus on the ways that libraries have adapted, improved, and innovated in response to the COVID-19 crisis or other emergency library-related situations. Come share your experiences and join your library colleagues at the SUNYLA Midwinter Virtual Conference on February 12, 2021 (10:00am – 3:40pm EST).
Technology requirements for attendance: Computer, internet connection, microphone/speakers (headset recommended) or telephone. Zoom will be used for this conference and is free for use by attendees.
You do not need to be a SUNYLA member in order to attend this free conference. To read more about the conference sessions, please check the session description page here: http://sunyla.org/sunyla-midwinter-2021/
Recordings of the sessions will be available shortly after the conference at: https://sunyla.org/sunyla-midwinter-2021/
We look forward to seeing you there!