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NISO Webinar: Evolving Trends in Collection Development Part 1: New Models for Journal Article Access

Wednesday, March 6, 2013
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. (Eastern Time)

Part 2 of this webinar will be held on March 13: Part 2: Putting the User in the Driver's Seat.

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  • Agenda
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  • Event Q&A
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About the Webinar

No subscription? No problem! New developments in 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.
 

 

Agenda

Introduction
Todd Carpenter, Managing Director, NISO

Articles Just-in-Time: Libraries & Get It Now 
Cyril Oberlander, Library Director, Milne Library, State University of New York at Geneseo

Oberlander received his MLS degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His most recent publications include a chapter on the future of ILL in "Interlibrary Loan Practices Handbook, 3rd edition," (American Library Association, 2011), and "Point-of-Need Collection Development: The Getting It System Toolkit (GIST) and a New System for Acquisitions and Interlibrary Loan Integrated Workflow and Collection Development," co-authored with Kate Pitcher, Tim Bowersox and Mark Sullivan, "Collection Management," vol 35. (3) 2010, p.222-236, which was republished in "Patron-driven acquisitions: current successes and future directions," (Routledge, 2011).

Get It Now: Supplement ILL with Always-On Fulfillment 
Roy S. Kaufman, Copyright Clearance Center, Managing Director of New Ventures

Roy Kaufman is Managing Director of New Ventures and is responsible for expanding service capabilities as CCC moves into new markets and services. Prior to CCC, Kaufman served as Legal Director, Wiley-Blackwell, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. He is a member of the Bar of the State of New York and formerly a member of, among other things, the Copyright Committee of the International Association of Scientific Technical and Medical Publishers and the legal working group of ORCID (Open Researcher & Contributor ID) project. He formerly chaired the legal working group of CrossRef, which he helped to form. He speaks frequently on issues of copyright, artists’ rights and anti-piracy, having presented to groups including: AAP’s Rights and Permissions Advisory Committee, the New York City Bar Association, the Evangelical Christian Publisher’s Association and Nurture Art. Roy is Editor-in-Chief of Art Law Handbook: From Antiquities to the Internet and author of two books on publishing contract law. He has lectured extensively on the subjects of copyright, licensing, new media, artists’ rights, and art law. Roy is a graduate of Brandeis University (B.A., European Cultural Studies) and Columbia Law School (J.D.), where he served as Executive Notes Editor of the Columbia-VLA Journal of Law and the Arts.

DeepDyve: The “Rent to Own” Model for Accessing Scholarly Content 
William (Bill) Park, CEO, DeepDyve 

William "Bill" Park joined DeepDyve as chief executive officer in 2008. Prior to DeepDyve, Mr. Park served at Acxiom Corporation, a global leader in customer information management, where he led the company's Data, Digital, and Direct organization, a $225 million business unit. In this position, he oversaw all aspects of sales, services, development, and operations domestically and internationally, generating record revenues and profits. Prior to Acxiom, Mr. Park founded and served as chairman and CEO of Digital Impact, a leader in online direct marketing solutions for the Fortune 1000. He grew the company from inception through its initial public offering in 1999 and to its successful sale to Acxiom in 2005. Prior to founding Digital Impact in 1997, Mr. Park held numerous management positions at technology and enterprise software companies. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and earned an MBA degree from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

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Registration closes on March 6, 2013 at 12:00 pm Eastern.

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Additional Information

  • Registration closes at 12:00 pm Eastern on March 6, 2013. Cancellations made by February 28, 2013 will receive a refund, less a $20 cancellation. After that date, there are no refunds.

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