2019 ER&L Conference Archive

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Conference Session Titles

  • The Hecklers Veto: The Real Threats to Free Speech and Deep Thought
  • S01: Being an Effective Liaison as a Technical Services Librarian
  • S02: Authentication, Identity Management, Privacy and Personalization: How RA21 Builds The Bridge To Key Features in Scholarly Research Access
  • S03-01: Investigating Linked Data for Student Newspapers : Exploring the Challenges
  • S04: Confronting the Confusion: Streamlining Access to Library e-Resources
  • S05: Hacked: Cleaning Up Your Usage Data
  • S06: Off the Shelf! Providing Course Materials Electronically in Your LMS
  • S07: Eat that Elephant! Time and Task Management in the E-resource World
  • S03-02: "I Have the Same Combination on My Luggage": Managing Library Passwords with LastPass
  • S03-03: Stable Links: A Tiered Service Model of Support for Article-Level Content Integration in a Learning Management System
  • Putting Knowledge in Context: Curating Connections with Innovative's New Data Platform
  • S08: The good, the free, and the well designed: Empowering faculty to use OERs across campus
  • S09: Forming a More Perfect Knowledgebase: A Tale of Publisher, Vendor and Librarian Collaboration
  • S10-01: How We Leave: Migrating Library Publishing Platforms
  • S11: Building a Sustained Culture of Process Improvement Using Workflow Analysis
  • S12: Dollar Dollar Bills: Vendor Negotiation Strategies
  • S13: How an Australian university created two new roles that are working together to analyse library collections and the user experience to improve both
  • S10-02: Bringing full-text to where the users live -- simplify library and open access content delivery with Anywhere Access
  • S10-03: RFP = Really! Fun! Process! - How to Survive the ILS RFP Process
  • S14: User Stories in the Library: Communicating our Assumptions
  • S15: Pioneering new models for Library/Vendor Partnerships with the FOLIO project
  • S16-01: Alternative Usage Statistics: Comparing proxy logs and Libguides statistics to vendor-provided statistics
  • S17: Efficiency at the expense of control: open source vs. vendor-maintained knowledgebases
  • S18: Attack of the Clones!: Finding, Preventing, Merging, or Even Keeping Duplicate Ebooks
  • S19: Reframing Discovery: Implementing a Cascading Instructional Model
  • S16-02: Evident Winners: Comparing Print and Online Book Usage Across Two Large Evidence-Based Selection Projects
  • S16-03: Blood from a Stone: Establishing a High Demand Journal Purchase Project
  • Research Data Management Librarian Academy
  • S20: Process mapping: How it helped one University streamline their eresources troubleshooting workflow and create efficiencies
  • S21: Ebook Use: Obsolescence and Longitudinal Dynamics
  • S22-01: Post PDA: Funding streaming video in times of shrinking budgets
  • S23: Just How Open is this Relationship? Exploring Our Feelings in a Multi-Consortial World
  • S24: Journal Package and Subscription Analysis: Combining Data in New Ways to Standardize Collection Review
  • S25: We're All in This Together: A Library-Publisher-Wikipedia Symbiosis
  • S26: Web Archiving 101: All About Web Archiving
  • S22-02: The Emerging Technology Collection and Supporting the University Priority for Experiential Learning at Carleton University Library
  • Building a Sustainable Etextbook Program: a case study by Imperial College London
  • S27: Implementation of the NISO Presentation and Identification of E-Journals (PIE-J) Recommendations
  • S28: The Dangers, Risks, and Affects of Sci-Hub on the Academic & Publishing Community and Disruption of the Scholarly Communications Ecosystem
  • S29-01: Tales From the Other Side: What I Wish I Had Known Before Migrating
  • S30: Telemetry and User Insights: How New Product Management Tools are Advancing Library User Experience
  • S31: COUNTER Chameleon: Adventures in COUNTER SUSHI report ingest
  • S32: How to Improve Digital Library Content and Communication Using Rhetorical Analysis
  • S29-02: Re-energizing your ERM: Phase 1 Project Planning
  • S29-03: Unexpected encounters: E-resource migration and remediation in Alma
  • S33: Take a Sad Song and Make It Better: Evidence-Based Acquisitions for E-Books
  • S34-01: COUNTER 5: Usage Statistics for the 21st Century
  • S35-01: Avoiding Conference Burnout - Strategies to Apply What You Learned to Meet Organizational Needs
  • S36: Building Towards a Future Where Reproducible and Open Data Science is the Norm
  • S37: Have you tried turning it off and on again? Training non-technical staff to resolve eresource problems
  • S38: CORAL Users Group Meeting
  • S34-02: Transfer: What You Need to Know in 2019
  • S35-02: Training Preparedness and Agility : Building an online "Training Toolkit" to facilitate staff training and development
  • S34-03: Improvement of Metadata in the Land of E-Books: NISO Strikes Again
  • S35-03: Standards in a ticket based system: How to provide effective customer service for access issues
  • Market Complex
  • S39: No mind-reading necessary: Conducting evidence-based electronic resource marketing and outreach using market research assessment.
  • S40: EZproxy analytics: experiences from pilot libraries
  • S41-01: The Librarian, in the link resolver, with Excel: Using VLOOKUP to solve discoverability mysteries
  • S42: The Library as a Hub for Data Science Services and Support
  • S43: Holdings Automation working for you, how KBART Automation is keeping publishers and libraries synced for up-to-date access.
  • S44: For Newbies: Everything you need to know to navigate a career as an e-resources librarian
  • S45: The Openness of Electronic Resource Management
  • S41-02: Who's Doing What?: Using Office 365 to Juggle E-Resource Tasks
  • S41-03: Building with Metadata: Managing Resources in a Library Consortium
  • Learning from Librarians: How Cambridge Has Adopted a Customer-Centric Approach
  • S46: EZ NC: Implementing Large Scale EZproxy in North Carolina
  • S47: The Licensing Elephant in the Room: Resource Sharing for Streaming Video
  • S48: Data Science Training for All: Sharing the Cost and Benefits
  • S49: OpenAthens sounds great, but how do I get it on my campus? The Ins and Outs of Setting Up OpenAthens at a Small and a Medium-Sized Institution
  • S50: Trials & Tribulations: Effective Management of Electronic Resource Trials
  • Lunch & Learn: Paths to Reference: How Today's Students Find and Use Reference Resources
  • Product Update Lunch with ExLibris
  • S51: ORCID US Community Blossoms: Opportunities for More Cross-Consortial Cooperation
  • S52: Open Access Ebook Management
  • S53-01: Best Practices for Managing EZProxy Configuration in a Team Environment
  • S54: Confronting the elephant in the room: Cleaning and Wrangling Data for Collections and Scholarly Services
  • S55: Family Feud: Publishers vs. Vendors...Who Knows Librarians Better?
  • S56: Taming the Documentation Beast: Improving Your Documentation with Agile Methods and Accessibility Principles
  • S53-02: Managing EZproxy configuration files with GitHub version control
  • S53-03: Switching Resolvers - Moving from 360Link to FullTextFinder
  • S57: Reducing Redundancy: Practices and Methods to Remove Duplicate Vendor Supplied Bibliographic Records
  • S58: Unlock the value of open access content
  • S59-01: Strengthening Collaboration by Establishing a Value Stream through the Electronic Collections Services Lifecycle
  • S60: Developing a Process for Analyzing and Visualizing E-Resource Packages with PowerBI
  • S61: Weeding Electronic Reference Books: A case study in deselection at OhioLINK
  • S62: Streaming Video Database Features: What Do Faculty and Students Really Want?
  • S63: Initiating Text Data Mining Services on Your Campus
  • S59-03: New Pathways for Serendipitous Discovery of Library Collections
  • S64: Holistic e-resource analysis to support changing acquisition models
  • S65: GALILEO: Implementing OpenAthens for a Large and Diverse Consortium
  • S66: Looking to the Future: Electronic Resources Management in FOLIO
  • S67: Discipline Assessment Review - Putting Statistics in Context
  • S68: May You Live in Interesting Times: Answering the Door When Collection Development Opportunities Knock
  • S69: I have a VPAT... now what do I do? Apply an Accessibility Remediation Guide to Electronic Resources
  • S70: Caption This!: Accessibility Law and Providing Captioning Services in Your Library
  • S71: Short on Staff and Time: An OpenAthens Implementation
  • S72: Wrangling Monographic E-Resource Catalog Records at Texas State University
  • S74: Using TWINE to Teach Troubleshooting and Problem Solving
  • S75: Working with the Dimensions and Altmetric APIs to search, visualize, and integrate research information across library systems
  • S76: Creating websites and leading librarians to a new level of project engagement
  • S77: Virtual Insanity: Using Library Procedures to Acquire Virtual Reality Software
  • S78: Best Practices for Pay-Per-View Article Purchasing
  • S79: Print on Demand Ebooks: Books Your Way
  • S80: Synthesizing Library Data with a Third Party Tool: Strategies to Collect, Analyze, and Share Data throughout the Library
  • Past, Present, Future of Trailblazing with Data for Social Change