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Charleston Conference proceedings 2007 /
edited by Beth R. Bernhardt, Tim Daniels, and Kim Steinle.
imprint
Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited, 2008.
description
xi, 184 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
ISBN
159158731X (pbk. : alk. paper), 9781591587316 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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imprint
Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited, 2008.
isbn
159158731X (pbk. : alk. paper)
9781591587316 (pbk. : alk. paper)
contents note
Boon or bust? : influences of online vendor tools on library acquisitions and collection development / Jessica Bowdoin, Lisa Sheets Barricella -- Beyond Excel and Access for dummies : creative use of Web-authoring tools to make library data accessible for a broader audience / Susanne Clement -- Review of the ILL analyses of the WorldCat collection analysis tool as a resource to guide strategic collection decisions / Hilary Davis, Annette Day -- Transforming an academic business collection to create a collaborative learning environment / Tomalee Doan, Marianne Ryan -- One for all : a joint venture to expand the SUNY system collection SUNY shared monograph collection pilot project / Kate Latal, Caryl Ward -- The human factor : why use a consultant in collection assessment? / Thomas W. Leonhardt -- Business intelligence : seeking clarity on companies, sectors, and economies / Lawrence Maxted -- Would you like those e-books shelf-ready? / Heather D'Amour, Kathy Carter, Jim Shetler -- A locally hosted ebook platform in a consortial environment / Tony Horava -- Project Transfer : an update of the United Kingdom Serials Group initiative to improve the process of journal transfers between publishers / Nancy Buckley -- Managing changes in serials workflow while migrating to a new library automated systems : lessons from experience / Myrna Douglas -- COUNTER usage reports : what's good for the goose is nuts for the gander / Laura Cox, Sasha Gurke -- Deep indexing of embedded article information : a historical academic perspective and results of a survey of researcher behavior / Helle Lauridsen, Anne Langle -- Weeding a periodical collection / Tinker Massey -- Open access : good for society, bad for libraries? / Rick Anderson, T. Scott Plutchak -- Report on the panel : the expanding journal literature / Mary Summerfield -- Investigating women's studies core journals : librarians' tools, citations, and speculations / Wm. Joseph Thomas, Leigh Younce -- A collaborative, curriculum-based periodicals collection development project / Sue Wiegand -- Are they being indexed? : tracking the indexing and abstracting of open access journals / Elaine Yontz, Jack R. Fisher II -- The vanishing gypsies / Alice Crosetto -- A freeware solution to technical services tedium : saving time and money with JTacq / Don Butterworth -- Tracking library changes : 2005 to 2007 / Shin Freedman -- From chaos to effectiveness : results of a workflow analysis at Old Dominion University Libraries / Tonia Graves -- Catalog collectivism : XC and the future of library search / Eric Lease Morgan -- Intermediaries and consortia / John Cox -- Buff babe thumbnails : how far can Google go? / Bruce Strauch -- Directing the swarm : libraries, information organizations, and the future of information / Adam Wathen.
catalogue key
6680341
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Long Description
Charleston Conference ProceedingS≪/i> documents one of the most highly regarded and influential conferences in the U.S. library world. This volume marks and celebrates the 27th Charleston Conference. The 2007 Conference focused on topics and trends in collection development, journals and serials management, new trends in technology and product development, collaboration between and among libraries and their communities, and managing ebook and monograph collections.
Main Description
Charleston Conference Proceedings documents one of the most highly regarded and influential conferences in the U.S. library world. This volume marks and celebrates the 27th Charleston Conference.
Long Description
Charleston Conference Proceedings documents one of the most highly regarded and influential conferences in the U.S. library world. This volume marks and celebrates the 27th Charleston Conference. The 2007 Conference focused on topics and trends in collection development, journals and serials management, new trends in technology and product development, collaboration between and among libraries and their communities, and managing ebook and monograph collections.
Table of Contents
Collection Development
Boon or Bust? Influences of Online Vendor Tools on Library Acquisitions and Collection Developmentp. 3
Beyond Excel and Access for Dummies: Creative Use of Web-Authoring Tools to Make Library Data Accessible for a Broader Audiencep. 7
Review of the ILL Analyses of the WorldCat Collection Analysis Tool as a Resource to Guide Strategic Collection Decisionsp. 13
Transforming an Academic Business Collection to Create a Collaborative Learning Environmentp. 23
One for All: A Joint Venture to Expand the SUNY System Collection SUNY Shared Monograph Collection Pilot Projectp. 27
The Human Factor: Why Use a Consultant in Collection Assessment?p. 37
Business Intelligence: Seeking Clarity on Companies, Sectors, and Economiesp. 39
E-Books
Would You Like Those E-Books Shelf-Ready?p. 49
A Locally Hosted E-Book Platform in a Consortial Environmentp. 55
Journals
Project Transfer: An Update of the United Kingdom Serials Group Initiative to Improve the Process of Journal Transfers between Publishersp. 61
Managing Changes in Serials Workflow while Migrating to a New Library Automated System: Lessons from Experiencep. 67
COUNTER Usage Reports: What's Good for the Goose Is Nuts for the Ganderp. 74
Deep Indexing of Embedded Article Information: A Historical Academic Perspective and Results of a Survey of Researcher Behaviorp. 82
Weeding a Periodical Collectionp. 93
Open Access: Good for Society, Bad for Libraries?p. 96
Report on the Panel: The Expanding Journal Literaturep. 103
Investigating Women's Studies Core Journals: Librarians' Tools, Citations, and Speculationsp. 107
A Collaborative, Curriculum-Based Periodicals Collection Development Projectp. 119
Are They Being Indexed? Tracking the Indexing and Abstracting of Open Access Journalsp. 126
Technical Services and Cataloging
The Vanishing Gypsiesp. 133
A Freeware Solution to Technical Services Tedium: Saving Time and Money with JTacqp. 139
Tracking Library Changes: 2005 to 2007p. 148
From Chaos to Effectiveness: Results of a Workflow Analysis at Old Dominion University Librariesp. 152
Catalog Collectivism: XC and the Future of Library Searchp. 156
Miscellaneous
Intermediaries and Consortiap. 161
Buff Babe Thumbnails: How Far Can Google Go?p. 164
Directing the Swarm: Libraries, Information Organizations, and the Future of Informationp. 173
Indexp. 181
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