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32nd Annual Charleston Conference Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition

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Thursday, November 8
 

8:00am

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Overflow seating for all plenary sessions is available in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Katina Strauch

Katina Strauch

Founder and Convener, Charleston Conference


Thursday November 8, 2012 8:00am - 8:15am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

8:15am

Our New Job Description

Today’s scientists are looking for a new kind of help.  They want air traffic control support to help them navigate through the explosion of data and research online.  They want technology to streamline and order their research and to help them collaborate. More than ever, they need help in making their voices heard above the noise and in finding new grants or research positions.  Annette Thomas CEO of Macmillan’s global science and education businesses will join us to accentuate the positive about the changing roles of the publisher in this digital science age.

NOTE: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Annette Thomas

Annette Thomas

CEO, Macmillan
Annette Thomas is the CEO of Macmillan. Annette joined Macmillan in 1993 as the cell biology editor for Nature magazine. She held a number of editorial and publishing roles within Nature Publishing Group, including Publisher of the ground-breaking Nature Reviews series, before being... Read More →


Thursday November 8, 2012 8:15am - 9:00am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

9:00am

Integrating Discovery and Access for Scholarly Articles: Successes and Failures

The goal of Google Scholar is to help researchers everywhere find & learn what their colleagues worldwide have discovered. We have come a long way towards making it easy for scholars to find relevant articles. In this talk, I will describe our experiences in trying to make it easy for researchers to read the articles that they have found. Over the years, we have worked with many partners for this - libraries, library software providers, library consortia, publishers, hosting platforms, aggregators, international organizations. We have had some clear successes and some clear failures. I will describe what worked and what didn't.

NOTE: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Anurag Acharya

Anurag Acharya

Founder and Lead Engineer, Google Scholar
Anurag Acharya is a Distinguished Engineer at Google. In previous lives, he has been an undergrad at IIT Kharagpur, a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon, a postdoc at the University of Maryland and an assistant professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is... Read More →


Thursday November 8, 2012 9:00am - 9:45am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

9:45am

Presentation of Vicky Speck Leadership Award
Vicky Speck ABC-CLIO Leadership Award is awarded every year to a leader in the Charleston Conference who has made a lasting contribution to the Conference’s mission. We have given the award to four people so far – Anthony Watkinson (2006), Jack Montgomery (2007), Beth Bernhardt (2008), Heather Miller (2009), Eleanor Cook (2010), and Glenda Alvin (2011).

 

Thursday November 8, 2012 9:45am - 9:55am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

10:15am

Curating a New World of Publishing

The drastic increase in publishing output has created an abundance that can be overwhelming, but this windfall of content ultimately presents an opportunity for libraries to develop deep and unique collections while preserving the intellectual works of our time. What is the role of the library as curator within this world of independently published content? Do libraries still have bibliographers with the skill sets necessary to identify high‐quality content without the aid of a well‐known imprint on the book spine? What technological approaches might be employed to make the process of identifying important or just plain interesting content scalable?


Speakers
avatar for Mark Coker

Mark Coker

Founder & CEO, Smashwords
Mark is the founder of Smashwords, the world’s largest distributor of indie ebooks. Smashwords makes it fast, free and easy for any author or publisher to publish and distribute an ebook.  In the last four years, Smashwords has helped over 100,000 indie authors and small presses around the world publish and distribute... Read More →
avatar for Mitchell Davis

Mitchell Davis

CFO, Bibliolabs
Mitchell Davis is a publishing and media entrepreneur. He was the founder in 2000 of BookSurge the world’s first integrated global print-on-demand and publishing services company (sold to Amazon.com in 2005 and re-branded as CreateSpace).   Since 2008 he has been founder... Read More →
avatar for Eric Hellman

Eric Hellman

President, Gluejar Inc.
Eric Hellman, President of Gluejar Inc., is a technologist, entrepreneur, scientist and writer. After 10 years at Bell Labs in physics research, Eric became interested in technologies surrounding e-journals and libraries. His first business, Openly Informatics, developed OpenURL linking... Read More →
avatar for Rush Miller

Rush Miller

University of Pittsburgh, Hillman University Librarian and Director
Rush G. Miller has served as University Librarian and Director of the University Library System at the University of Pittsburgh since 1994.  He also holds a joint appointment as Professor in the Department of Library and Information Science.  In addition, he holds the Hillman Endowed... Read More →


Thursday November 8, 2012 10:15am - 11:00am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

11:00am

The Changing World of eBooks

Charleston in 2012 welcomes two of the real experts on the amazing way in which eBooks are being transformed, not in the academic sector but in the consumer sector.  Peter Brantley and Mike Shatzkin will tell us how it is in the same way as they fluently tell a wide audience on blogs and lists. Books as vehicles of content are no longer as we know them - neither in form or functionality. Indeed can the word "book" really describe what readers are consuming? Where do apps fit in? What about enhanced e-books? Most Charlestonians work in the academic sector either as librarians, vendors or publishers but they also live in the wider world. What is the future of the eBook and how might it impact on our day jobs? Are there going to be major changes on the way for academic librarians, aggregators and publishers as they struggle to invent new ways of working to handle new forms of content or will our sector still stick to what are more or less print equivalents at least for the immediate future? The moderator Anthony Watkinson (University College London) will guide the conversation and seek input from the floor.

NOTE: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Peter Brantley

Peter Brantley

Director of Online Strategy, UC Davis
Peter Brantley (@naypinya) is Director of Online Strategy for the University of California Davis Library. Previously, I was the Director of Digital Development at New York Public Library, and the Director of Scholarly Communication at the open source not-for-profit, Hypothes.is. Currently... Read More →
avatar for Mike Shatzkin

Mike Shatzkin

Founder & CEO, The Idea Logical Company
Mike Shatzkin is a veteran of five decades in the trade book business, having worked at every point in the value chain that stretches from writer to reader: author, agent, packager, editor, production director, sales director, and marketer. He has worked with the biggest companies... Read More →
avatar for Anthony Watkinson

Anthony Watkinson

Principal Consultant, CIBER Research


Thursday November 8, 2012 11:00am - 12:00pm
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

4:30pm

Annual Skit

Full Script

2012 Charleston Skit Players:

  • Stephen Clark, College of William & Mary
  • Eleanor Cook, East Carolina University
  • Tina Currado, Taylor & Francis
  • Rebecca Kemp, University of Maryland
  • John Riley, Busca, Inc.
  • Susan Zappan, Skidmore College
  • Corrie Marsh, Univ. of Southern Mississippi (in absentia)
  • Jay Askuvich, Midwest Library Service

NOTE: "The Mighty Charleston Players Present Their Greatest Hits 2007-2012" The collected scripts from all 6 years of the Charleston Conference. 72 pages of raucous and ribald library humor destined for immortality in your Z682.5 section.

Do you remember skits such as "Waiting for the Dough" or "Got No Life? Get a Second Life!" Then get all six years in print, available from Busca, Inc., Amazon and Advanced Book Exchange for $10.00.


Thursday November 8, 2012 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

4:45pm

I Hear the Train a Comin’ - LIVE

Please join Greg Tananbaum in conversation with two industry leaders as we discuss the nature of innovation. Peter Binfield (Co-Founder and Publisher, PeerJ ) and Timo Hannay (Managing Director, Digital Science) have both made their careers at the vanguard of scholarly communication.  During this session, we will delve into what innovation in this industry really means, how we go about it, and what constraints we face.  No PowerPoints, just a stimulating conversation and Q&A.

NOTE: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Peter Binfield

Peter Binfield

Co-Founder and Publisher, PeerJ
Pete Binfield has worked in the academic publishing world for almost 20 years and is the Publisher and co-Founder of PeerJ, a new Open Access publishing company. Since gaining a PhD in Optical Physics, he has held positions at Institute of Physics, Kluwer Academic, Springer, SAGE... Read More →
avatar for Timo Hannay

Timo Hannay

Managing Director, Digital Science
Timo Hannay is Managing Director of Digital Science (http://www.digital-science.com/), a new division of Macmillan Publishers that creates software solutions for research. He previously worked at Nature Publishing Group, where he was director of nature.com. In his former lives, Timo was a research neurophysiologist (in Oxford and Tokyo), journalist (at The Economist and Nature) and management consultant (at McKinsey & Co... Read More →
avatar for Greg Tannanbaum

Greg Tannanbaum

Strategic Partnerships, Meta
Greg Tananbaum serves as a consultant to publishers, libraries, universities, and information providers as owner of ScholarNext (www.scholarnext.com). ScholarNext clients include Facebook, Microsoft, SPARC, Meta, and Annual Reviews.  He has been President of The Berkeley Electronic Press, as well as Director of Product Marketing for EndNote. Greg writes a regular column in Against the Grain covering emerging developments in the f... Read More →


Thursday November 8, 2012 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403
 
Friday, November 9
 

8:00am

Opening Remarks

NOTE: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Katina Strauch

Katina Strauch

Founder and Convener, Charleston Conference


Friday November 9, 2012 8:00am - 8:05am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

8:05am

Contemporary Trends and Debates in E-Journal Licensing

Licensing has been a predominate means of governing the transfer of electronic journal content between publishers and libraries since the early 1990s. In this presentation, Eschenfelder will provide an overview of what has and has not changed in the last 20 years of e-journal licensing practice. As part of this history, she will describe what model license recommended terms have been widely adopted and which have not since the early 2000's with specific reference to scholarly sharing, interlibrary loan, electronic reserves and perpetual access. More broadly, she will also discuss why alternative means of governing transactions between libraries and publishers (e.g., SERU) not replaced licensing given their potential to reduce transaction costs. 


Speakers
avatar for Kristin Eschenfelder

Kristin Eschenfelder

Professor, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Kristin R. Eschenfelder (PhD, Syracuse 2000) is a Professor at the School of Library and Information Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research interests focus on access and use regimes – or the complex, multi-level networks of laws, customs, technologies and... Read More →


Friday November 9, 2012 8:05am - 8:45am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

8:45am

What Provosts Think Librarians Should Know

Provosts and Librarians are naturally allies, but they live in different worlds and sometimes do not understand each other fully. This panel, chaired by one provost and featuring three others, will set out some of the main things Provosts are thinking about today that affect libraries and open the floor for discussion of how to advance common interests.  Topics will include some mix of innovation in teaching and learning, support for research, funding challenges for different sectors of higher ed, and the flurry of interest in online learning.

NOTE: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for J. Bradley (Brad) Creed

J. Bradley (Brad) Creed

Provost and Executive Vice President, Samford University
Dr. J. Bradley Creed, former dean and professor of Christian history at Baylor University's George W. Truett Theological Seminary, has been named associate provost at Samford University. Dr. Creed joins Samford this summer after eight years at Baylor. As associate provost, he will... Read More →
avatar for Jose-Marie Griffiths

Jose-Marie Griffiths

Vice President for Academic Affairs, Bryant University
José-Marie Griffiths joined the leadership at Bryant University as vice president for academic affairs and university professor in 2010. An internationally acclaimed policy expert, researcher, and administrator with more than 35 years of experience in academic, corporate, and government settings, she has served in a number of U.S. Presidential appointments, two requiring U.S. Senate... Read More →
avatar for Karen Hanson

Karen Hanson

Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost, University of Minnesota
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Karen Hanson is the University of Minnesota’s chief academic officer, with responsibility for managing the colleges and academic units, and the policies and practices that affect the academic life of the university. These include... Read More →
avatar for Jim O'Donnell

Jim O'Donnell

University Librarian, Arizona State University


Friday November 9, 2012 8:45am - 10:00am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

10:30am

The Twenty-First Century University Press: Assessing the Past, Envisioning the Future

The occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Association of American University Presses, finds university presses at a moment of scrutiny as well as exploration. Two press directors, Doug Armato of the University of Minnesota Press and Alison Mudditt of the University of California Press, will speak about how university presses are meeting today’s challenges and positioning their organizations for increased service and relevance in the digital age.

For much of their history, university presses have been synonymous with scholarly communication. But in today’s highly diverse and increasingly decentered media ecology, presses no longer define the border of scholarly communication even as they remain very much at its center as publishers. In this transitional epoch, presses increasingly straddle a traditional scholarly communications service role and a more market driven but still resolutely scholarly identity as publishers. This widening divergence between scholarly communications and scholarly publishing is at the crux of the sometimes fraught relations of academic libraries and university presses, and Doug Armato will look at the forces in play that could help to resolve that tension even as presses adapt their mission to the far more dynamic, digitally interlinked, and innovative scholarly environment that still remains in its infancy.

Changes in scholarly communication have impacted university presses in just the same way as it has libraries: declining institutional support has been matched by growth challenges, the dominance of commercial publishers in the profitable areas of scholarly publishing, and the growing agenda-setting power of large technology organizations. University presses have been challenged to reiterate their own value while themselves undergoing a quiet transformation, redefining their missions, how they serve the scholarly community while becoming more self-sustaining, and how they can leverage their strengths. As notions of peer review and quality metrics shift, as scholars across disciplines seek greater control of their intellectual property and as the output of scholarly research becomes part of a more dynamic, digital space, Alison Mudditt will explore how university presses are in a unique position to provide solutions and make complex information accessible, promoting access to and engagement with this knowledge among scholars, students and public audiences.

Leila Salisbury will guide the conversation and seek input from the audience.


Speakers
avatar for Douglas Armato

Douglas Armato

Director, University of Minnesota Press
Douglas Armato is Director of the University of Minnesota Press, where he also acquires titles in digital media and social theory. In collaboration with the Institute for Advanced Study at the University of Minnesota, he developed the Mellon Foundation-funded Quadrant initiative... Read More →
avatar for Alison Mudditt

Alison Mudditt

Director, University of California Press
Alison Mudditt became Director of University of California Press in January 2011. Since joining the Press she has reshaped the Press’s strategy and structure with a focus on the Press’s unique qualities, leveraging these strengths into a clear and distinctive path for the Press... Read More →
avatar for Leila Salisbury

Leila Salisbury

Director, University Press of Mississippi
Leila W. Salisbury has been the director of the University Press of Mississippi (UPM) since 2008. Prior to her appointment, she was marketing director at the University Press of Kentucky, where she worked for fourteen years. At UPM, she is responsible for the overall direction and... Read More →


Friday November 9, 2012 10:30am - 11:30am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

11:30am

Building the Digital Public Library of America: the Hubs Pilot Project

Under the Digital Hubs Pilot Project, launched in late September 2012, the DPLA will undertake the first effort to establish a national network out of the over 40 state or regional digital collaboratives, numerous large content repositories, and other promising initiatives currently in operation throughout the US, bringing together myriad digitized content from across the country into a single access point for end users. The approach is to work with 5-7 states or regions (Service Hubs) and a similar number of large content providers (Content Hubs) to aggregate content on a pilot basis. To learn more about this exciting project, join DPLA Director for Content, Emily Gore, for this session. The DPLA Hubs Pilot Project is funded by NEH, IMLS and the Knight Foundation.

Note: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Emily Gore

Emily Gore

Director of Content, Digital Public Library of America


Friday November 9, 2012 11:30am - 12:00pm
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

4:30pm

SCOAP3: Going Live with the Dream

The global SCOAP3 project, which aims to convert peer reviewed High Energy Physics journals to an open access model, has achieved a number of milestones in 2012.  Beginning in late 2012, libraries that previously made Expressions of Interest will be asked to calculate exactly their firm pledges and in early 2013 will authorize the re-direction from their subscription-based charges to SCOAP3 article payments.  CERN (Switzerland) hosts and manages this project for the benefit of SCOAP3.  An international Steering Committee has been working with CERN leadership over the past 1.5 years to realize this initiative.

This session will provide a brief overview of SCOAP3, key dates and deliverables, structures, and future prospects.

Presented by Ann Okerson, SCOAP3 Steering Committee Member, and Senior Advisor for Electronic Strategies, Center for Research Libraries.

Note: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Ann Okerson

Ann Okerson

Senior Advisor, IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations)


Friday November 9, 2012 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

4:45pm

Find > Search

Since Google issued their IPO in 2004, it seems like all we hear when we talk about the internet is search: search will drive eyeballs, search will create revenue, search will save academia, search will exponentially enhance the research process, and search will make libraries and librarians irrelevant. This panel will take the position that SEARCH is only a stepping stone to the real potential offered by the internet … FIND. Each of the panelists will discuss how their organizations are adding value by ensuring that information seekers are doing more FINDING and less SEARCHING. How does more FINDING translate to USE and even to new scholarship?

Note: Overflow seating is available for all plenary sessions in the Francis Marion Colonial and Gold Ballrooms.


Speakers
avatar for Marjorie M. K. Hlava

Marjorie M. K. Hlava

President, Access Innovations
Marjorie M.K. Hlava is President, Chairman, and founder of Access Innovations, Inc. Very well known in the international information arena, she is the founding Chair of the new SLA Taxonomy Division established in August 2009. She is past president of NFAIS (2002-2003), the organization... Read More →
avatar for Elisabeth Leonard

Elisabeth Leonard

Executive Market Research Manager, SAGE
Elisabeth Leonard is the Executive Market Research Manager at SAGE, where she leads the investigation of market trends and runds SAGE's library advisory boards. Leonard comes to SAGE from Western Carolina University where she was the Associate Dean for Library Services for the last... Read More →
avatar for Meg White

Meg White

Executive Director of Technology Services, Rittenhouse Book Distributors
Meg White is a 25-year veteran of the health sciences publishing industry. Her background includes various sales, marketing, and product development positions at Rittenhouse Book Distributors, Mosby, Williams & Wilkins, and Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. She... Read More →
avatar for Stanley Wilder

Stanley Wilder

University Librarian, UNC Charlotte
Stanley Wilder is the University Librarian at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. His previous libraries include 10 years at the University of Rochester, 10 years at Louisiana State University, and four at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Stanley writes about the aging... Read More →
avatar for Elizabeth Willingham

Elizabeth Willingham

Founder and Product Strategist, Silverchair
As a co-founder and Product Strategist at Silverchair, Elizabeth has focused on the optimal retrieval, display, and integration of scholarly information on the Silverchair Content Manager (SCM6) platform. She played a leadership role in the development of the Silverchair’s semantic... Read More →


Friday November 9, 2012 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403
 
Saturday, November 10
 

9:30am

The Long Arm of the Law

As in the past two years, this edition of "Long Arm of the Law" will offer analytical updates about some of the most current, library-impacting legal cases, such as the Google Book Settlement, Kirtsaeng v. Wiley, the much-discussed Georgia State University e-reserves case, and the brand new ruling in the Authors' Guild vs. Hathi Trust case.

Additionally, this year's session will provide a global library component. To fulfil their mission, libraries need consistent international copyright norms, together with legal flexibilities known as "limitations and exceptions." In copyright systems, these L&Es provide balance between users and creators of protected works. After several years in development, IFLA is working with WIPO Member States to gain support for a binding international instrument (treaty) on copyright limitations and exceptions to enable libraries worldwide to preserve their collections, support education and research, and lend materials. To demonstrate what is needed, IFLA, together with the International Council on Archives (ICA), Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL) and Corporación Innovarte, has produced a Treaty proposal (‘TLIB') to guide WIPO's Member States in updating limitations and exceptions for libraries worldwide. Winston Tabb, who has been leading this international effort, will give Charleston attendees a presentation about the all-important and ground-breaking TLIB, "The Draft Treaty on Copyright Exceptions and Limitations for Libraries and Archives."


Speakers
avatar for William M. Hannay

William M. Hannay

Partner, Schiff Hardin LLP
Bill Hannay regularly counsels corporations and individuals with respect to federal and state antitrust law, intellectual property law, and other trade regulation laws. He is an Adjunct Professor, teaching courses at IIT/Chicago-Kent law school in antitrust and international business... Read More →
avatar for Ann Okerson

Ann Okerson

Senior Advisor, IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations)
avatar for Winston Tabb

Winston Tabb

Sheridan Dean of University Libraries and Museums, Johns Hopkins University
Winston Tabb became Sheridan Dean of University Libraries and director of the Sheridan Libraries in September 2002. He had been associate librarian at the Library of Congress. Since his arrival at Johns Hopkins, Tabb has accepted additional assignments as dean of the university's... Read More →
avatar for Nancy E. Weiss

Nancy E. Weiss

General Counsel, Institute of Museum and Library Services
Nancy E. Weiss serves as General Counsel of the Institute of Museum and Library Services. In this capacity, she advises the Director, the National Museum and Library Services Board, and agency officials on the legal aspects of cultural activity, public-private partnerships, grant-making... Read More →


Saturday November 10, 2012 9:30am - 11:00am
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

12:15pm

Hyde Park Corner Debate: The Traditional Research Library Is Dead

Results of the Opening Poll          Results of the Closing Poll

Join us for an Oxford Union-style debate on the proposition "The traditional research library is dead." Rick Anderson will argue for the proposition, and Derek Law will argue against it. The debate will be conducted in general accordance with Oxford Union rules. All in the audience will vote their opinion on the resolution before the debate begins, and the vote totals will be recorded. Each speaker will offer a formal opening statement, followed by a response to each other's statements, and then we'll open the floor to discussion.  At the conclusion of the debate, another vote will be taken. The winner of the debate is the one who caused the most audience members to change their votes. Members of the audience have an opportunity to make comments and pose questions as well. As with political discourse, this Oxford debate will contain the normal mix of misleading facts, half-truths and personal abuse. We will also encourage additional misinformation from the audience, so come prepared!


Speakers
avatar for Rick Anderson

Rick Anderson

Associate Dean for Collections and Scholarly Communication, University of Utah
avatar for Derek Law

Derek Law

Professor Emeritus, University of Strathclyde
Derek Law is Emeritus Professor of Informatics at the University of Strathclyde. He was chair of the JISC Advance Board and has worked in several British universities and has published and spoken at conferences extensively. He is a regular project evaluator for the EU and has undertaken... Read More →


Saturday November 10, 2012 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Francis Marion Carolina Ballroom 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

4:00pm

Rump Session: Charleston Conference Resolutions

A general discussion led by Katina Strauch and other Conference Directors.

What were your takeaways from the 2012 Charleston Conference?
Will you do anything differently when you get back to your institution?
Have you made any Charleston Conference resolutions?

Come and share your thoughts, suggestions, and ideas!


Speakers
avatar for Katina Strauch

Katina Strauch

Founder and Convener, Charleston Conference


Saturday November 10, 2012 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Francis Marion Calhoun Room 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403