PCG's Emilie Delquie will be participating in a session on "E-Content Procurement" at 10:45 AM during next week's Charleston Conference. The session is a part of the following All-Day Preconference:
E-Everything: Putting It All Together
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Speakers: Audrey Powers, Associate Librarian for CVPA, Research Services and Collections, University of South Florida; Sue Polanka, Head, Reference/Instruction, Wright State University Libraries.; Peter McCracken, Librarian, Developer and Vendor, Serials Solutions and ShipIndex; Jason Price, Science Librarian & Manager, Collections & Acquisitions Teams, Claremont Colleges Library; Michael Gorrell, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, EBSCO; James Mouw, Electronic Resources Officer, University of Chicago; Lisa Carlucci Thomas, Digital Services Librarian/Southern Conn State University; Stephen Rhind-Tutt, President of Alexander Street Press; Emilie Delquie - Publishers Communication Group; Cory Tucker, Head of Collection Management, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Anh Bui - Executive Publication Manager, Books Products, HighWire Press
Electronic resources continue to flood the library marketplace at a staggering rate and there is no turning back now. Libraries are making an effort to accommodate the influx of electronic content while budgets and staffing levels continue to diminish. Publishers are undergoing a paradigm shift, trying to maintain traditional publishing models while experimenting with born digital content.
This full day pre-conference will discuss the current state of electronic resources from both the library and publishing perspectives and offer insight into the E-Everything future. Some of the current issues that will be addressed include access, content integration, technology, and discoverability. Presentations by librarians and vendors will update you, challenge your thinking, stimulate questions and generate discussion. Attendees will gain knowledge of the market and get ideas for plugging into the latest and the greatest information technologies for electronic content.
You may contact Emilie for more information at edelquie [at] pcgplus.com.