Each year, the Collection Management Interest Group sponsors opportunities for librarians to learn with each other in conference programs, pre-confrences, and annual workshops. Program include lectures, panel sessions, discussions, and informal opportunities for networking. Listed below are summaries and links to presentation notes and slideshows.
This virtual meeting that will focus on library and vendor partnerships. There will be 3 presentations of about 15-minutes each followed by Q&A, open discussion, and group brainstorming on these topics. The presentations would look at various concepts embedded in close collaborations as demonstrated through real-world examples, best practices, and/or successful results.
Stephanie Church is an Acquisitions Librarian at Case Western Reserve University's Kelvin Smith Library. Her primary responsibilities include monograph purchases in any format, managing and implementing user-driven initiatives, collection assessment, and vendor relations.
Michelle Kraft is the Library Director of the Cleveland Clinic Health System. As the Director, Michelle oversees library resources and services for multiple hospitals in Ohio and across the United States. As a result she works with vendors on the best methods for providing access to online resources to a diverse group of medical professionals with very unique needs.
Greg has been with IOP Publishing for over 6 years and he currently manages all US Government and a mid-west academic territory. His entire career has been in publishing with extensive time at Elsevier and Lexis Nexis with both sales and management roles.
This webinar will focus on addressing the growing demand for streaming video in academic libraries and the host of challenges these resources create for collection development. Presentations will cover the streaming video resources landscape and provide some practical tips for planning for and managing these resources.
Brian Gray (CWRU) and Linda Brown (BGSU) will provide insights on acquisition models and budgeting issues at the institutional level.
Amy Pawlowski and Joanna Voss (OhioLINK) will discuss streaming video from the OhioLINK/consortial perspective. They will share state-wide data and address the limitations to subscribing to streaming video resources on the OhioLINK level.
Hosted by OhioLINK.
CMIG co-hosted a workshop with the Technical, Electronic, and Digital Services Interest Group (TEDSIG) on Friday, June 16th at the State Library of Ohio. The workshop focused on how work in technical services can assist and inform collection managers, and vice-versa. For example, how can the statistics kept in acquisitions and electronic resources assist collection managers in retention and cancellation decisions? How can technical services and collection managers assist each other in examining open access materials, streaming video services, and so on?