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Acquisitions Institute at Timberline Lodge, May 2001 Nancy Slight-Gibney 29 Jan 2001 16:45 UTC

(apologies for cross-posting)

Registration is now being accepted for The Acquisitions Institute at
Timberline Lodge, Saturday, May 19, through Tuesday, May 22, 2001.

The Institute will be held at Timberline Lodge, one hour east of Portland,
Oregon on the slope of Mt. Hood.

For registration, room, and general information see:

Preliminary Program:

Keynote Address
Frank D'Andraia, Dean, Mansfield Library, University of Montana

Collections and Systems: A New Organizational Paradigm for Collection
John Webb, Assistant Director for Collections & Systems, Washington State

Impact of Organizational Structure on Acquisitions & Collection Development
Bill Fisher, Associate Dean, Graduate Studies & Research, San Jose State

Discussion:  Partnerships In the Library - Collections, Reference, &
Richard Brumley, Head, Collection Development, Oregon State University

Discussion:  Evolution of the Supply Chain in Library Bookselling
Jackie Coats, Head, Monographic Acquisitions, University of Washington
Matt Nauman, Director of Publisher Relations, Blackwell's Book Services
Brian Elliot, Vice President for Business Development, Alibris
Jeff Dixon, Group Product Manager for Institutional Buying,
Bob Rooney, Marketing Agent, Taylor & Francis, Inc.

Discussion:  E-Books, The Latest Word
Bonnie Allen, Associate University Librarian for Collections & Technical
Services, Oregon State University
Christopher Warnok, President, ebrary
Katharine Phenix, Academic Collections Manager, netLibrary
TBA,  Representatives from Cambridge University Press and other publishers

E-Journal Databases - A Long Term Solution?
Nathalie Schulz, Technical Services, Griffith University, Australia

Putting Theory Into Practice:  Needs Analysis
Karen Rupp-Serrano, Social Sciences Reference Librarian, University of

Finding the Right Balance: Campus Involvement in the Collections Allocation
Lisa German, Acquisitions Librarian, University of Illinois
Karen Schmidt, Associate University Librarian for Collections, University
of Illinois

Discussion: Library Information Resource Budgets and the Cost of Access
Karen Schmidt, Associate University Library for Collections, University of
Nancy Slight-Gibney, Head, Acquisitions, University of Oregon

Nancy Slight-Gibney               voice: 541/346-1831
Head, Acquisition Department       fax:  541/346-3485
Anthropology Subject Specialist   email:
Room 121G Knight Library
1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1200