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Charleston Conference Proceedings 2003

Author: Rosann Bazirjian; Vicky Speck
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited 2004.
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The Charleston Conference Proceedings 2003 is a record of what is arguably the most influential conference in the U.S. library world. Always well attended and managed, the conference attracts the leading figures of both the library world and the businesses that service libraries. Its focus is collection management, which has been expanded to include electronic publications of all sorts. This year's keynote speaker  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic resource
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rosann Bazirjian; Vicky Speck
ISBN: 1280930624 9781280930621
OCLC Number: 748542947
Description: 1 online resource (272)
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
Preface and Acknowledgments --
Introduction --
Keynote Speech --
Growing Up Past Your Google(TM); Years: Libraries and the Next Generation of Learners --
Scholarly Communications --
Pricing and Open Access --
Fair Pricing, Information Asymmetry, and a Proposal to Even the Playing Field --
Open Access: From "Vision Splendid" into "The Light of Common Day" --
Scholarly Communication and the Changing Landscape of Scholarship --
Promotion of SPARC and Alternative Publishing Models in College Libraries --
Alternative Models of Scholarly Communication and Publishing --
Archiving --
Get It and Keep It --
Who Can We Trust: National Libraries? --
Creating Digital Archives: The Perspective of One Society Publisher --
Archiving with a Trusted Third Party: An Academic Library's Perspective --
Archiving with a Trusted Third Party: OCLC's Digital Journal Archive Service --
Archiving with a Trusted Third Party --
Electronic Publishing --
Electronic Resource Management: Value of In-House Development versus Vended Approach --
Converting to E-Journals? When Do We Need to Keep Print? --
Value for Money in the Online Environment --
"A Slice of the Life of an Electronic Resources Maven": Or--How Database Purchase Decisions Are Really Made in Libraries --
Managing the Migration --
Electronic Resource Management: A Vended Approach --
Journal Linking and Beyond --
Opening up the Digital Box: What Deep Log Analysis Can Tell Us about Our Digital Journal Users --
When Articles Vanish: Policy and Practice for Removing Articles from Full Text Collections --
Collection Development --
Virtual Reference Collections for Virtual Services --
Defining Functional Requirements for Acquisitions Records: The Next Step in Creating Standards --
Bigger Isn't Better: Quality Matters, Not Size --
Improving Communication Between Publishers and Librarians --
Collection Development Issues in Health Sciences Librarians --
Collecting Comic Books at the University of Memphis: A Beginning --
Using Circulation, ILL, and Collection Characteristics for the Development of Policies for Collections and ILL Services --
Future of the Book --
Planning for the Future of the Book: Some Longer-Term Financial Considerations in the Management of Book Stock --
The Future of the Book: Robust or on Life Support? --
The Future of the Book: The Clemson Experience --
The Future of the Book: Brighter Than You Might Expect --
Traditional Books and E-Books --
Technology --
Portals, Courseware, and More: Where Does the Library Fit In? --
Integrating Vendor-Based Systems into Technical Services Operations --
Buggy Whips and Plasma Screens: Technical Services --
The Next Generation --
Library Acquisitions Web Sites Made Feasible: Goals, Design, Sorftware, Tech Support, and Workflow --
Users --
Not All Users Are Alike: How Do Age and Productivity Affect User Behavior? --
Patterns of Journal Use: What Are Our Users Telling Us? --
Index --
Last Page.

Abstract:

The Charleston Conference Proceedings 2003 is a record of what is arguably the most influential conference in the U.S. library world. Always well attended and managed, the conference attracts the leading figures of both the library world and the businesses that service libraries. Its focus is collection management, which has been expanded to include electronic publications of all sorts. This year's keynote speaker was Stephen Abram, a leading thinker in the library world, formerly of Micromedia ProQuest, and now Vice President of SIRSI Corporation.

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