Streaming Media: Acquisition, Discovery and Usage Data

*Streaming Media: Acquisition, Discovery and Usage Data *

August 27-28, 2013

Hosted by Sally Gibson and Susan Marcin

Please join us for an e-forum discussion. It’s free and open to everyone!

Registration information is at the end of the message.

Each day, discussion begins and ends at:

Pacific: 7am – 3pm
Mountain: 8am – 4pm
Central: 9am – 5pm
Eastern: 10am – 6pm

*Description*

Streaming media is on the rise in library collections as well as in the
classroom. This e-forum will explore the streaming media acquisitions
process, how access is established to optimize discovery and how usage
information should inform each step of the process.

Topics covered will include:

– Streaming media vendors
– Optimizing discovery
– Marketing
– Usage data
– Workflow
– Legal issues and licensing

*Sally Gibson* is Head of the CAP Department at Illinois State University. She
oversees cataloging, acquisitions, and processing. Prior to joining ISU in
July 2013, she was the Head of Technical Services at Creighton University’s
Reinert Alumni Library. She also held positions in serials and electronic
resources and reference. Sally serves on the ALCTS AS Research and
Statistics Committee and is chair of the ACRL College Libraries Section.

*Susan Marcin* is the Head of Electronic Resources Management: Technologies
& User Experience for Columbia University Libraries/Information Services,
where her work focuses on electronic resource licensing, user services,
management, and strategic planning. Previously, Susan was the Head of
Digital Services & Technology Planning at Fairfield University. She has
also held positions at Pratt Institute’s School of Information and Library
Science, The New York Public Library, PAIS International, and T3 Media, a
New York City-based Web design and strategy firm. Presently Susan serves
on the ALA ALCTS AS Research and Statistics Committee, the ALA LLAMA
Leadership Development Committee, and the NISO IOTA (Improving OpenURLs
Through Analytics) working group.

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open to anyone.

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