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NISO Two Part March Webinar: Evolving Trends in Collection Development Cynthia Hodgson 21 Feb 2013 14:31 UTC

Webinar: Evolving Trends in Collection Development
                  Part 1: New Models for Journal Article Access
                  Part 2: Putting the User in the Driver's Seat

Dates: Part 1: March 6, 2013
             Part 2: March 13, 2013

Time: 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern

Event webpages: Part 1:
                                 Part 2:

NISO will be holding a two-part webinar on March 6 and 13 to discuss
Evolving Trends in Collection Development. Part 1 will discuss new methods
for providing access to electronic journal articles without having a
subscription. In Part 2, speakers will review the use of demand-driven
acquisitions to involve users in selecting materials for the library
collection. Registration is available for each part separately or both
parts; registrants to both parts receive a 25% discount.

Part 1: New Models for Journal Article Access – Libraries and their users
are gaining options for accessing articles without subscribing to the
journals that contain them. Likewise, publishers are maximizing their
content's exposure by taking advantage of new forms of distribution. Novel
access models include journal article rental through services such as
DeepDyve, quick electronic delivery through the Copyright Clearance Center,
and direct purchase from individual publishers. Join NISO for a webinar that
will explore new developments in journal article access and these
developments' implications for libraries, end users, and publishers.

Speakers are:

• Roy S. Kaufman, Copyright Clearance Center, Managing Director of New

• William (Bill) Park, CEO, DeepDyve

Part 2: Putting the User in the Driver's Seat – Demand-driven acquisition
(DDA) is transforming collection development strategies for a growing number
of academic libraries. By putting library users in the driver's seat, DDA
offers libraries a unique opportunity to better maximize budgets by shedding
traditional "just in case" collection development to fine-tuned collections
that meet actual user needs. But for many libraries, this model is also
being driven by financial necessity, often creating a new set of challenges
for libraries to define scope and selection threshold of potential
collections. In this session, three representatives from the academic,
consortia, and content provider communities share their insights,
challenges, and strategies for DDA collection development. If you're
thinking of a DDA program, or currently engaged in a DDA program, you won't
want to miss this informative session.

Speakers are:

• Greg Doyle, Electronic Resources Program Manager, Orbis Cascade Alliance

• Barbara Kawecki, Senior Digital Content Sales Manager, YBP

• Cory Tucker, Interim Director, Logistics and Resources Distribution
Services, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Registration is per site (access for one computer) and closes at 12:00 pm
Eastern on the day of each webinar. You may register for either or both
parts. Registrants to both parts receive a 25% discount. Additional
discounts are available for NISO and NASIG members and students. NISO
Library Standards Alliance (LSA) members (see receive one
free connection as part of membership and do not need to register for this
free connection. All webinar registrants and LSA webinar contacts receive
access to the recorded version for one year.

Visit the event webpages to register and for more information:
Part 1:
Part 2:

Cynthia Hodgson
Technical Editor / Consultant
National Information Standards Organization

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