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Transformative Deals: View from Several Perspectives

  • 08 Jun 2022
  • 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Online


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The Academic Library Association of Ohio (ALAO) Collection Management Interest Group (CMIG) is offering a virtual meeting that will focus on transformative deals and related open access topics. There will be 3 presentations followed by Q&A and an open discussion.

The group will explore participation in transformative deals, the differences between "read & publish” vs “publish & read", the influence of open access on various types of organizations, and the future progression of these efforts. Various perspectives and examples will be offered as the related terminology is defined and issues explored.

Joining us as presenters are:

 Curtis Brundy    
Curtis Brundy
Associate University Librarian
Iowa State University
Luke Vilelle
University Librarian
Hollins University
Amy Pawlowski
Executive Director

Presenter Bios:

  • Curtis Brundy is the Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Communications and Collections at Iowa State University. He oversees collections and is active in efforts to transform scholarly communications. His work focuses on advancing open access, controlling prices, and increasing transparency. He currently chairs the OA2020 US Working Group and is involved with several other groups working to transform scholarly communications, including the Subscribe to Open Community of Practice.

  • Luke Vilelle has served as University Librarian at Hollins University in Roanoke, Va., since 2012. Luke recently published A Tiny Piece of the Whole: Narrowing the Information Gap on a Tight Budget within the Global Transition to Open series. Luke is a member of the Oversight Committee for Lever Press (an open access initiative for born-digital, peer-reviewed, open access monograph publishing), is the ACRL liaison to the Council of Independent Colleges, and served the past six years on the Steering Committee for VIVA, Virginia’s academic library consortium.

  • Amy Pawlowski was appointed Executive Director of OhioLINK in 2020 after serving eight years as Deputy Director. She is responsible for the organization's vision and directing strategic projects, and continues to lead contract negotiations for consortial scholarly electronic resources. Amy has over 20 years of experience in special, public, and academic libraries and library-related private industry. A frequent presenter at library conferences, she is also active in professional organizations and advisory boards.

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