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32nd Annual Charleston Conference Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition

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Friday, November 9
 

2:15pm

Automating Record Loading - An Implementation Story Addlestone Library Room 122 Discovery Systems: Analyzing the Gap between Professors’ Expectations and Student Behavior School of Science and Mathematics Building - Auditorium Does Format Matter? Comparing Usage of E-books and P-books Francis Marion Pinckney Room Doing More With Less Courtyard Marriott Cypress Ballroom North Ebooks – One Size Doesn’t Fit All Francis Marion Colonial Ballroom Enhanced E-Books Part II: Publishers, Libraries, and Digital Humanities School of Science and Mathematics Building Room 138 Etextbooks: One Year On Courtyard Marriott Cypress Ballroom South Freely Flowing: Openly Accessible Sources of Streaming Video Francis Marion Gold Ballroom Implementing and Evaluating E-Book Collection Models: Workflows and Assessment Addlestone Library Room 227 International Acquisitions: Opportunities and Challenges Courtyard Marriott Ashley Room Keeping the Momentum: Moving Ahead with Research Data Support Francis Marion Calhoun Room National Union Catalog: Asset or Albatross? A Survey of Mid-Size Academic Libraries Up Against the Wall of the 754 Volume NUC: Pre-1956 Imprints. Addlestone Library Room 120 Overview of the Altmetrics Landscape Francis Marion Rutledge Room Playing the Odds: Pascal’s Wager and Decision-Making in the Long Scholarly Conversation Francis Marion Parkview Room Reflections on Understanding E-Science: Shared Outcomes from a Houston Symposium Francis Marion Laurens Room The Truth Is Out! How They Really Search Francis Marion Drayton Room Trends in Mobile Web Usage: An Exploration into Journal Usage Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom We Asked and They Told Us: Comparing User and Librarian Service Perceptions Courtyard Marriott Magnolia Room What Really Happens When Publishers Move Platforms? Courtyard Marriott Fountain Courtyard

3:15pm

A Delightful Challenge: 330 days, an Extra $410,000 for Books, and No Staff Added Francis Marion Laurens Room Achieving Positive Results through Collaboration: How Libraries, Publishers and Vendors Can Work Together to Create Better Products and Services Courtyard Marriott Ashley Room Building a Collective Collection in the Cloud Addlestone Library Room 120 Case Studies in Monographs Deselection: Collaboration & Workflow Integration Francis Marion Drayton Room Collaborating to Analyze E-Journal Use Data: A Discussion of Cross-Institutional Cost-Per-Use Analysis Projects within the UNC System Francis Marion Rutledge Room Electronic Collection Puberty: Analyzing Awkward Changes in E-Book Collecting Strategies Courtyard Marriott Cypress Ballroom North Empowering Scholars Through Altmetrics Francis Marion Colonial Ballroom Geek Out: Adding Coding Skills to Your Professional Repertoire Addlestone Library Room 122 If You've Got It, Flaunt It! Addlestone Library Room 227 Intellectual Property Policies in Academe: Issues and Concerns with Digital Scholarship Courtyard Marriott Fountain Courtyard Is Your Content Experiencing an Identity Crisis?: Addressing the Pain Points of Classification Francis Marion Pinckney Room Journals and Supplementary Data School of Science and Mathematics Building - Auditorium Open Access Book Publishing: Case Studies from the Field Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom Positive Feedback: Using Interlibrary Loan Data to Enhance Collections and Collection Development Practices Courtyard Marriott Magnolia Room Re-tool, Re-train and Re-invent Francis Marion Parkview Room Shotgun Sessions Francis Marion Gold Ballroom Statistics and Stories: Measuring the Impact of Information Access in Two Different Ways Francis Marion Calhoun Room Textbooks, Libraries & Students: An Evolving Partnership Courtyard Marriott Cypress Ballroom South Wasted Words? Current Trends in CD Policies School of Science and Mathematics Building Room 138

5:45pm