Wednesday, September 26, 2012, 1:00-2:00 PM ET 2012 sees the launch of a major new publishing initiative from Oxford University Press – Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO) –an interlinked collection of authoritative Oxford editions of major works from the humanities, being made available online for the first time. The launch content, consisting of the complete text of more than 170 scholarly editions of material written between 1485 and 1660, constitutes the cornerstone of research in the fields of English Literature, as well as Philosophy, History, and Religion. The launch of OSEO and the movement of Scholarly Editions into the digital realm will generate new ideas, research journeys and expectations for scholars, students, and librarians and this webinar provides the perspectives of two key voices involved in the project on the impact this will have on librarians and the academic community. This archive is no longer available.
From print to digital: the online evolution of the scholarly edition and its impact on the academic community
Thursday, September 20, 2012, 1:00-2:00 PM ET Attend “Weeding your library collection is easier with Bowker” to learn how to weed efficiently, while still keeping the core collection intact for your students, faculty, and other researchers. This webinar will cover the advantages of RCL and Bowker Book Analysis System together; a new mobile option; easy liquidation methods; and how to use Bowker products for large jobs. This archive is no longer available.
Thursday, September 6, 2012, 3:00-4:00 PM ETUse them as prototypes for your next building project or treat them as think tanks for great design ideas that will support your library’s advancement, the 2012 five New Landmark Libraries represent the best of what academic libraries are today and provide a glimpse into the library of the future. The Landmarks, named by a team of 6 expert judges from a national pool, were profiled in the July 1 issue of Library Journal. They are flexible. They are green. They reinvent the library as the campus core in support of the whole student. This archive is no longer available.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012, 1:00-2:00 PM ET It’s a fact—floating collections save time, eliminate waste, and increase material usage. Institutions that have implemented floating collections also have found cost-savings as well as relief for shrinking funding for collections. This webcast will feature three expert panelists who will discuss how the implementation of collectionHQ has allowed their institutions to take floating collections to the next level, and how it has introduced a greater level of asset management than they have ever been able to achieve. From the backroom details to top level management, attendees will learn how collectionHQ will increase the efficiency and performance of their floating collections, and how evidence-based stock management positively affects collection development and management. This archive is no longer available.
Tuesday, July 31, 2012, 2:00-3:00 PM ET Special collections are the jewels of their institutions, yet they also present unique challenges. This program will explore three topics of prime concern to special collections managers and library administrators: enhancing services to researchers, improving collections security, and supporting assessment activities and data-driven management decisions. The archive is no longer available.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012, 1:00 PM ET With the acquisition of its last remaining competitor in 2006, OCLC became the only full service bibliographic utility in the U.S. The idea for a new, low-cost, highly functional alternative to OCLC for cataloging arose from a series of conversations with librarians who wereinterested in having a choice in library cataloging services, removing restrictions on the use of data, and finding a way to reduce costs during tough economic times.
SkyRiver Technology Solutions, launched in 2009, is increasingly seen as a viable alternative to OCLC. Our panel will examine the future for competition in the library cataloging marketplace in light of changing assumptions about library service, new technologies, and unprecedented economic challenges. The archive is no longer available.
Thursday, May 17, 2012, 2:00-3:00 PM ET How can we empower our staff’s creativity while maintaining consistent branding guidelines?
Gina Rozier, Marketing and Development Manager, Durham County Library, will answer this age old question by sharing her proven method for enlisting staff buy-in for branding, layout and style guidelines. Any size library can replicate these easy steps.
How to combine copy and images that compel
Michelle Jeffers, Public Relations Officer, and Barbara McMahan, Graphic Designer, San Francisco Public Library will address one of the most difficult things to do when it comes to creating print materials – writing great copy and matching it with great, attention-grabbing images. Michelle and Barbara will share some tips on how to create materials that get results. Learn what kind of headlines makes the greatest impact. How too much copy can hinder your message. And see some fantastic examples of print material that will inspire you.
Guerilla Marketing Library Style
In this fast paced portion of the program, Pam Jaskot and Nancy Dowd will show you 25 amazing places to hang your posters that are guaranteed to get you noticed.
Q&A and discussion
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Tuesday, March 6, 2012, 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM Join us as we explore some of the key themes from the Library Journal 2011 Directors’ Summit, held in partnership with Columbus Metropolitan Library. Garry Golden speaks and Patrick Losinski, executive director of Columbus Metropolitan Library (Ohio), will lead a discussion between Garry and the audience. Library Journal’s Editor-in-Chief Francine Fialkoff will give the welcoming introductions. The archive is now available for on-demand viewing.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012, 12:00 PM ET Libraries continue to face difficult challenges as the demand for services rises while operating and capital funds remain static or decline. Many libraries have experienced remarkable increases in use as patrons turned to their local libraries to help with a job search or to leverage print and Internet resources. This archive is no longer available.
Thursday, February, 23, 2012, 2:00 PM ET We’ve already seen how Census 2010 is reconfiguring political districts based on population gains and losses. This is just the tip of the iceberg. Join us to learn about the sweeping new data methods behind Census 2010 and the American Community Survey (ACS), how they’re different than Census 2000, and what they mean for librarians delivering services, library boards and elected officials making library funding decisions, and library users including business patrons.
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