Janus Conference on Research Library Collections [videorecording] : managing the shifting ground between writers and readers : October 9-11, 2005, Cornell University Library : [proceedings].
[Ithaca, N.Y.] : Internet-First University Press, c2005.
2 videodiscs (5 hrs., 39 min.): sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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[Ithaca, N.Y.] : Internet-First University Press, c2005.
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Disc 1. Welcome and opening remarks / Sarah Thomas; Opening remarks / David Stam; Edelman introduction / David Block; Intelligent design and the evolution of American research library collections / Hendrik Edelman (1:16:20); Welcome and introduction, day 2 / John Saylor; Dimunation introduction / Katherine Reagan; On the continuing importance of physical artifacts / Mark Dimunation (51:01); Sandler introduction / Peter Hirtle; Collection development in the age of Google / Mark Sandler (49:15); Guédon introduction / Kizer Walker; Collections in communities: from objects to dynamics / Jean-Claude Guédon (48:54) -- Disc 2. Introduction for the break-out sessions: six key challenges for collection development / Ross Atkinson (44:01); Draft resolution from writing team; Discussion of the resolution and next steps / Brian Schottlaender, Sarah Thomas (41:46); PDF files requiring DVD-ROM capabilities.
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"This is a hybrid DVD containing data files"--Disk 2.
Speakers: Ross Atkinson, Mark Dimunation, Hendrik Edelman, Jean-Claude Guédon, Mark Sandler, Brian Schottlaender, David Stam, Sarah Thomas.
The Janus Conference invited participants and speakers to consider several themes: legacy, technology, epistemology and implementation. There are Q&A sessions after four of the speakers.
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