ER&L 2016: Top Trends and Highlights

Join us as we explore some of these standout trends and themes through mini-presentation summaries from popular ER&L sessions.
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ER&L 2016: Top Trends and Highlights

Presented by: Ex Libris, ER&L, and Library Journal

View On Demand In its 11th year, the ER&L conference continues to deliver a range of top notch sessions featuring standout presentations on a range of topics important to libraries. Presenters are looking at the value of discovery for users, evaluation of current search and discovery tools on the market, and assessing the impact discovery tools have on campus users. Assessment of our organizations and users remains a key topic explored at ER&L. Presenters look to data to help analyze the use of materials, student success, and impact of discovery tools. Sessions will also cover how to best tell stories with data. Other popular sessions cover assessment of ebook programs and user research and user experience of ebooks. These sessions include topics like data visualization, data wrangling, and data privacy and security. ER&L also features a variety of sessions on organizational and individual strategies including stories of reorganizations, useful collaborations, best practices in staff training, and how to maintain sanity in an ever-changing environment. Join us as we explore some of these standout trends and themes through mini-presentation summaries from popular ER&L sessions. Panelists Gender and Negotiation Jill Grogg - Licensing Program Strategist, Lyrasis Organizational and Individual Strategies Corey S. Halaychik - Electronic Resources Specialist, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Alternative Avenues of Discovery: Competition or Potential Michael Levine-Clark - Interim Dean & Director, University of Denver Discovery Topics @ ER&L Andrew French - Solutions Architect Manager, Ex Libris Group Using the Scrum Project Management Methodology to Create a Comprehensive Collection Assessment Framework Galadriel Chilton - Head of Licensing & Acquisitions, University of Connecticut Libraries Moderator Elizabeth Winter - Head, Collection Acquisitions & Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, ER&L Program Planning Chair View On Demand Follow us on Twitter! @LibraryJournal #LJERandL Need help getting registered? Send us an email describing your problem. By registering for this webcast, you are agreeing that Library Journal may share your registration information with sponsors currently shown and future sponsors of this event. Click here to review the entire Library Journal Privacy Policy.
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