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ER&L 2013: If I could ask a Publisher…, Keynotes, #erl13 Viewing Options, Free content Jill Emery 25 Feb 2013 22:13 UTC

If I could ask a Publisher…  | If I could ask a Librarian…

ER&L is hosting a Tuesday keynote session entitled “Improving
communication and relationships between librarians and publishers, a
conversation with Elizabeth Winter featuring Dan Tonkery, Content
Strategies” covering topics related to the librarian/ publisher
relationship. We need your insights to make this session great. What
do YOU wish publishers understood about librarians? Publishers, what
do you "not get" about librarians? What do publishers wish librarians
understood? We are interested in your questions to make this
discussion session exploring the librarian/publisher relationship
relevant to all. So, weigh in, offer questions and watch live on March

***Email elizabeth.winter<at>library<dot>gatech<dot>edu with questions
to be used in this session

More Keynote Sessions at ER&L with Dr. Mike Eisenberg and Rachel Frick
(Free Steaming Content from #erl13)

-- “Listening to Users: What the “Google Generation” Says About Using
Library & Information Collections, Services, and Systems in the
Digital Age” by Michael B. Eisenberg, University of Washington
Information School

-- “The Courage of Our Connections: Thoughts on Professional
Identities, Organizational Affiliations and Common Communities” by
Rachel L. Frick, Director of the Digital Library Federation Program at
the Council on Library and Information Resources

***Read more about Keynotes:

Still time to see you in Austin...or Online at Regular Conference Rates!

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Collect up your colleagues and have a viewing party on campus or watch
from home or your desk? We have options to suit your professional
development needs without the trip to Austin. In celebration of all
the exciting keynotes, ER&L has extended regular rates. Rates: $275
for Online, $375 for full conference.

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