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Sandra Quiatkowski

American College of Education
Library Director
Indianapolis, IN
Wednesday, May 19
 

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Thursday, May 20
 

11:00am EDT

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Friday, May 21
 

7:00am EDT

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Accessibility and E-Resources: Why it matters to E-Resource Managers, and what you can do. On Demand (pre-recorded)Heidi Zuniga Building community collaboration in the development of a standard On Demand (pre-recorded)Ms Lorraine Estelle Documenting an Open Future in a Post-Policy World On Demand (pre-recorded)Caitlin Harrington • Rachel Scott Does COUNTER Release 5 finally give us a level playing field? On Demand (pre-recorded)Ms Lorraine Estelle • Andrea Imre Emergence of new public discovery services: connecting open web searchers to library content and The digital divide in public libraries' acquisition of electronic resources in the United States On Demand (pre-recorded)Kendall Bartsch Factoring OA into the Big Deal On Demand (pre-recorded)Esta Tovstiadi (they/them) Implementing FOLIO at Duke University Libraries to Manage Electronic Resource Licenses On Demand (pre-recorded)Julie Brannon • Virginia Martin • Abigail Wickes she/her/hers Jumping in Midstream: How an Newly-Appointed Serials Librarian Discovered Her Print Collection Carrying out a print serials inventory: getting from wishlist to action On Demand (pre-recorded)Amy Castillo • Audrey Koke Loving Statistics and Excel Fuzzy Lookup in the time of COVID-19 On Demand (pre-recorded)Amy Fry • Jamie Gieseck-Ashworth • Carol Seiler OER Publishing and Libraries On Demand (pre-recorded)Jennifer L. Pate • Elaine Thornton Student Use of Library-Provided Materials: Citation Analysis across 3 Fields of Study and Using Local Citation Analysis for Improving Serials Collections On Demand (pre-recorded)Matthew J. Jabaily • Susan Vandagriff • Wm. Joseph Thomas Usability Studies in the Electronic Resource Life Cycle On Demand (pre-recorded)Kenneth Haggerty • Caitlin Harrington • Rachel Scott What Do You Do When the Library is Closed? Measuring User Satisfaction with Library Collections & Services during COVID-19 On Demand (pre-recorded)Arthur Aguilera • Gabrielle Wiersma ‘Opening the Future’ A new funding model for open-access monographs: introducing an innovative approach to publishing OA books through library membership funding On Demand (pre-recorded)Martin Paul Eve • Tom Grady • Sharla Lair
 
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