2013 Conference Videos

Against the Grain Penthouse Suite Interviews

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Hot Topics in Legal and Licensing Issues Preconference

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Librarians In The Post-Digital Information Era: Reclaiming Our Rights and Responsibilities (Jenica Rogers, SUNY Potsdam)


Discovery or Displacement? A Large-Scale Longitudinal Study of the Effect of Discovery Systems on Online Journal Usage (Michael Levine-Clark, University of Denver; John McDonald, University of Southern California; Jason Price, SCELC Consortium)


Scholarly Societies, Scholarly Publishing, and the New Information Ecology  (Robert Kieft, Occidental College; Kathleen Fitzpatrick – Director of Scholarly Communication, Modern Language Association; Brandon Nordin – Vice President, Sales, Marketing, & Digital Strategy, American Chemical Society; Steven C. Wheatley – Vice President, American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)


I Hear the Train A Comin’ LIVE (Greg Tananbaum, ScholarNext; Lorraine Haricombe, University of Kansas; William Gunn, Mendeley)


Life Long Learning (John Dove, Credo Reference)


If the University is in the Computer, Where Does That Leave the Library? MOOCs Discovered


Friday, November 8, 2013

Collections Are For Collisions: Let’s Design It into the Experience (Steven Bell, Temple University)


What Provosts Want Librarians to Know


Content, Services and Space: The Future of the Library As Lines Blur (David Parker, Alexander Street Press; Rick Anderson, University of Utah; Stephen Rhind-Tutt, Alexander Street Press; Nancy Gibbs, Duke University Libraries; Heather Staines, SIPX)


Don’t Be An Invisible Library (Rick Burke, Executive Director, SCELC; Matt Goldner, Product and Technology Advocate, OCLC; Glenn Johnson-Grau, Head of Collection Development, Loyola Marymount University; Franny Lee, Vice President, University Relations / Product Development & Co-founder, SIPX, Inc.)


Open Access, Public  Access: Policies, Implementation, Developments, and the Future of US Published Research.


Revisiting Plato’s Cave (Bruce Heterick, JSTOR)


The British National Approach to Scholarly Communication (Lorraine Estelle, JISC)


University Presses and Academic Libraries Demystified: A Conversation (Leila Salisbury (Moderator), University Press of Mississippi; Peter Berkery, Association of American University Presses; Angela Carreño, New York University; Ellen Faran, MIT Press; Fred Heath, University of Texas at Austin)


Saturday, November 9, 2013

Charleston Premiers: Five Minute Previews of the New and Noteworthy (Moderated by David Myers, DMedia Associates)


The Long Arm of the Law


Hyde Park Corner Debate – Resolved: The current system of scholarly publishing, whereby publishers receive content for free and then sell it back to libraries at a high price, must fundamentally change. (Liz Chapman (Moderator), London School of Economics and Political Science; Rick Anderson, University of Utah; Jean-Claude Guedon, University of Montreal)


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