Join your collection compatriots for the ALAO CMIG 2015 Spring Workshop, Analyze & Advocate: Tools for Collection Management and Strategies for Marketing. Our morning session focuses on tools you can use to make informed collection decisions on single titles in print and electronic environments. Ohio colleagues will talk about the tools and methods they have successfully used to manage their collections. In the afternoon learn about innovative strategies for demonstrating the value of library collections, resources and services on campus from market-focused staff members at two differently sized institutions. We hope you will join us May 18th at the State Library of Ohio, Columbus.
Please register before May 12.
9:30a to 10:00a Registration and Continental Breakfast
Ken Irwin, Reference Librarian, Wittenberg University
Kristin Cole, Reference-Instruction Librarian, Muskingum University
David Green, Technology Specialist, Ohionet
Using Rubrics for Electronic Resource Evaluation
Wade Lee, Electronic Information Services and Science Reference Librarian, University of Toledo
Julia Martin, Business Librarian, University of Toledo
Sheryl Stevens, Cataloging and Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Toledo
Notes from OhioLINK CIRM
Dan Gottlieb, CIRM Chair and Associate Dean, Collections & Technical Services, University of Cincinnati
Marketing Ideas - Demonstrating Value : a Panel Discussion
Hannah Levy, Marketing and Communications Officer. Kelvin Smith Library, Case Western Reserve University
Jessica Hagman, Social Media Coordinator and Subject Librarian for Scripps College, Ohio University
Round Table Discussion