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Format: 08/31/2015 - 3pm
Format: 08/31/2015 - 3pm
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Saturday, June 23 - 8:00am

8:00am - 12:00pm
All Committee and Executive Committee Meeting (ALCTS CRS) Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort
Mazatlan C
8:00am - 12:00pm
All Committee and Executive Committee Meeting (ALCTS CRS) Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort
Mazatlan C
8:00am - 12:00pm
All Committee and Executive Committee Meeting (ALCTS CRS) Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort
Mazatlan C
8:00am - 12:00pm
All Committee and Executive Committee Meeting (ALCTS CRS) Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort
Mazatlan C
8:00am - 12:00pm
All Committee and Executive Committee Meeting (ALCTS CRS) Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort
Mazatlan C
8:00am - 12:00pm
All Committee and Executive Committee Meeting (ALCTS CRS) Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort
Mazatlan C
8:00am - 12:00pm
All Committee and Executive Committee Meeting (ALCTS CRS) Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort
Mazatlan C
8:00am - 12:00pm
All Committee and Executive Committee Meeting (ALCTS CRS) Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort
Mazatlan C

Saturday, June 23 - 11:00am

11:00am - 12:30pm
Economy Driven Acquisitions: Difficult Realities, New Potential Poster session Anaheim Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Poster Area Table 13
Description :

A commitment to support distant students with electronic content, a shrinking state budget, and inflation led Cline Library at Northern Arizona University (NAU) to allocate the majority of the acquisitions budget to continuing resources; meanwhile, the monograph collection languished, dated and irrelevant. Traditional collection development became a remote luxury since monographic funds were stretched to cover content needed for specific courses. Financial constraints forced the analysis and rejection of former acquisition models and led to processes that updated library content and supported user information needs while expending fewer library resources. After evaluating Purchase on Demand (PDA) models, NAU selected one that best meets University needs. Based on subject profiles, 45,000 records were added to the catalog and the real work of maintenance and monitoring funds began. Webinars and previous experience facilitated planning for record maintenance, but as the process progressed unforeseen challenges arose. Success of the unmediated acquisitions pilot was determined by statistics, rate of expenditure of funds, suitability of titles purchased. The poster features statistics and graphs that represent the criteria used for evaluation and includes valuable considerations for planning and process development that can be applied to future user driven acquisition models.

Sponsors :
ALA
11:00am - 12:30pm
Economy Driven Acquisitions: Difficult Realities, New Potential Poster session Anaheim Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Poster Area Table 13
Description :

A commitment to support distant students with electronic content, a shrinking state budget, and inflation led Cline Library at Northern Arizona University (NAU) to allocate the majority of the acquisitions budget to continuing resources; meanwhile, the monograph collection languished, dated and irrelevant. Traditional collection development became a remote luxury since monographic funds were stretched to cover content needed for specific courses. Financial constraints forced the analysis and rejection of former acquisition models and led to processes that updated library content and supported user information needs while expending fewer library resources. After evaluating Purchase on Demand (PDA) models, NAU selected one that best meets University needs. Based on subject profiles, 45,000 records were added to the catalog and the real work of maintenance and monitoring funds began. Webinars and previous experience facilitated planning for record maintenance, but as the process progressed unforeseen challenges arose. Success of the unmediated acquisitions pilot was determined by statistics, rate of expenditure of funds, suitability of titles purchased. The poster features statistics and graphs that represent the criteria used for evaluation and includes valuable considerations for planning and process development that can be applied to future user driven acquisition models.

Sponsors :
ALA
11:00am - 12:30pm
Economy Driven Acquisitions: Difficult Realities, New Potential Poster session Anaheim Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Poster Area Table 13
Description :

A commitment to support distant students with electronic content, a shrinking state budget, and inflation led Cline Library at Northern Arizona University (NAU) to allocate the majority of the acquisitions budget to continuing resources; meanwhile, the monograph collection languished, dated and irrelevant. Traditional collection development became a remote luxury since monographic funds were stretched to cover content needed for specific courses. Financial constraints forced the analysis and rejection of former acquisition models and led to processes that updated library content and supported user information needs while expending fewer library resources. After evaluating Purchase on Demand (PDA) models, NAU selected one that best meets University needs. Based on subject profiles, 45,000 records were added to the catalog and the real work of maintenance and monitoring funds began. Webinars and previous experience facilitated planning for record maintenance, but as the process progressed unforeseen challenges arose. Success of the unmediated acquisitions pilot was determined by statistics, rate of expenditure of funds, suitability of titles purchased. The poster features statistics and graphs that represent the criteria used for evaluation and includes valuable considerations for planning and process development that can be applied to future user driven acquisition models.

Sponsors :
ALA
11:00am - 12:30pm
Economy Driven Acquisitions: Difficult Realities, New Potential Poster session Anaheim Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Poster Area Table 13
Description :

A commitment to support distant students with electronic content, a shrinking state budget, and inflation led Cline Library at Northern Arizona University (NAU) to allocate the majority of the acquisitions budget to continuing resources; meanwhile, the monograph collection languished, dated and irrelevant. Traditional collection development became a remote luxury since monographic funds were stretched to cover content needed for specific courses. Financial constraints forced the analysis and rejection of former acquisition models and led to processes that updated library content and supported user information needs while expending fewer library resources. After evaluating Purchase on Demand (PDA) models, NAU selected one that best meets University needs. Based on subject profiles, 45,000 records were added to the catalog and the real work of maintenance and monitoring funds began. Webinars and previous experience facilitated planning for record maintenance, but as the process progressed unforeseen challenges arose. Success of the unmediated acquisitions pilot was determined by statistics, rate of expenditure of funds, suitability of titles purchased. The poster features statistics and graphs that represent the criteria used for evaluation and includes valuable considerations for planning and process development that can be applied to future user driven acquisition models.

Sponsors :
ALA
11:00am - 12:30pm
Economy Driven Acquisitions: Difficult Realities, New Potential Poster session Anaheim Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Poster Area Table 13
Description :

A commitment to support distant students with electronic content, a shrinking state budget, and inflation led Cline Library at Northern Arizona University (NAU) to allocate the majority of the acquisitions budget to continuing resources; meanwhile, the monograph collection languished, dated and irrelevant. Traditional collection development became a remote luxury since monographic funds were stretched to cover content needed for specific courses. Financial constraints forced the analysis and rejection of former acquisition models and led to processes that updated library content and supported user information needs while expending fewer library resources. After evaluating Purchase on Demand (PDA) models, NAU selected one that best meets University needs. Based on subject profiles, 45,000 records were added to the catalog and the real work of maintenance and monitoring funds began. Webinars and previous experience facilitated planning for record maintenance, but as the process progressed unforeseen challenges arose. Success of the unmediated acquisitions pilot was determined by statistics, rate of expenditure of funds, suitability of titles purchased. The poster features statistics and graphs that represent the criteria used for evaluation and includes valuable considerations for planning and process development that can be applied to future user driven acquisition models.

Sponsors :
ALA
11:00am - 12:30pm
Economy Driven Acquisitions: Difficult Realities, New Potential Poster session Anaheim Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Poster Area Table 13
Description :

A commitment to support distant students with electronic content, a shrinking state budget, and inflation led Cline Library at Northern Arizona University (NAU) to allocate the majority of the acquisitions budget to continuing resources; meanwhile, the monograph collection languished, dated and irrelevant. Traditional collection development became a remote luxury since monographic funds were stretched to cover content needed for specific courses. Financial constraints forced the analysis and rejection of former acquisition models and led to processes that updated library content and supported user information needs while expending fewer library resources. After evaluating Purchase on Demand (PDA) models, NAU selected one that best meets University needs. Based on subject profiles, 45,000 records were added to the catalog and the real work of maintenance and monitoring funds began. Webinars and previous experience facilitated planning for record maintenance, but as the process progressed unforeseen challenges arose. Success of the unmediated acquisitions pilot was determined by statistics, rate of expenditure of funds, suitability of titles purchased. The poster features statistics and graphs that represent the criteria used for evaluation and includes valuable considerations for planning and process development that can be applied to future user driven acquisition models.

Sponsors :
ALA

Saturday, June 23 - 1:00pm

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Electronic Resources Interest Group Discussion/Interest group Hyatt Regency Orange County
Grand Ballroom B
Description :

Electronic Resource Librarians can't work in a vacuum. Collaboration with colleagues in our libraries, on our campuses, or within our consortia as well communication with subscription agents and vendors are an important part of an ERL's responsibilities. The discussion will center on the research and experience of electronic resources librarians as they work with other players on the electronic resources scene to foster effective relationships.

The presentations will be followed with a question and answer session, as well as an open forum for audience members to share experiences with the panel participants and each other.

Did you attend this Interest Group meeting? Take our post-conference survey at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/alctsevents2012

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Electronic Resources Interest Group Discussion/Interest group Hyatt Regency Orange County
Grand Ballroom B
Description :

Electronic Resource Librarians can't work in a vacuum. Collaboration with colleagues in our libraries, on our campuses, or within our consortia as well communication with subscription agents and vendors are an important part of an ERL's responsibilities. The discussion will center on the research and experience of electronic resources librarians as they work with other players on the electronic resources scene to foster effective relationships.

The presentations will be followed with a question and answer session, as well as an open forum for audience members to share experiences with the panel participants and each other.

Did you attend this Interest Group meeting? Take our post-conference survey at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/alctsevents2012

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Electronic Resources Interest Group Discussion/Interest group Hyatt Regency Orange County
Grand Ballroom B
Description :

Electronic Resource Librarians can't work in a vacuum. Collaboration with colleagues in our libraries, on our campuses, or within our consortia as well communication with subscription agents and vendors are an important part of an ERL's responsibilities. The discussion will center on the research and experience of electronic resources librarians as they work with other players on the electronic resources scene to foster effective relationships.

The presentations will be followed with a question and answer session, as well as an open forum for audience members to share experiences with the panel participants and each other.

Did you attend this Interest Group meeting? Take our post-conference survey at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/alctsevents2012

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Electronic Resources Interest Group Discussion/Interest group Hyatt Regency Orange County
Grand Ballroom B
Description :

Electronic Resource Librarians can't work in a vacuum. Collaboration with colleagues in our libraries, on our campuses, or within our consortia as well communication with subscription agents and vendors are an important part of an ERL's responsibilities. The discussion will center on the research and experience of electronic resources librarians as they work with other players on the electronic resources scene to foster effective relationships.

The presentations will be followed with a question and answer session, as well as an open forum for audience members to share experiences with the panel participants and each other.

Did you attend this Interest Group meeting? Take our post-conference survey at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/alctsevents2012

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Electronic Resources Interest Group Discussion/Interest group Hyatt Regency Orange County
Grand Ballroom B
Description :

Electronic Resource Librarians can't work in a vacuum. Collaboration with colleagues in our libraries, on our campuses, or within our consortia as well communication with subscription agents and vendors are an important part of an ERL's responsibilities. The discussion will center on the research and experience of electronic resources librarians as they work with other players on the electronic resources scene to foster effective relationships.

The presentations will be followed with a question and answer session, as well as an open forum for audience members to share experiences with the panel participants and each other.

Did you attend this Interest Group meeting? Take our post-conference survey at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/alctsevents2012

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Electronic Resources Interest Group Discussion/Interest group Hyatt Regency Orange County
Grand Ballroom B
Description :

Electronic Resource Librarians can't work in a vacuum. Collaboration with colleagues in our libraries, on our campuses, or within our consortia as well communication with subscription agents and vendors are an important part of an ERL's responsibilities. The discussion will center on the research and experience of electronic resources librarians as they work with other players on the electronic resources scene to foster effective relationships.

The presentations will be followed with a question and answer session, as well as an open forum for audience members to share experiences with the panel participants and each other.

Did you attend this Interest Group meeting? Take our post-conference survey at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/alctsevents2012