Getting Access to Recorded NISO Events
Had you wanted to access the recordings of NISO virtual events held in 2020 or 2019? We’ll be happy to provide you with the necessary credentials to do so. Details on pricing are shown below.
NISO Webinars: 90 Minutes of Substance
Register to access Zoom recordings of recent NISO webinars. Whether in the form of a three-person panel or roundtable discussions by six industry experts, these 90-minute sessions offer terrific food for thought. Take advantage of the opportunity to access the recording, and save 10% off the original bundled price of both live broadcast and recording!
NISO Members: You are automatically provided with access to both the live broadcast as well as the archived recording so there is no need to register a second time! Just get in touch with us and we'll provide you with your access.
Non-members would pay $135 for access to the live broadcast of a NISO webinar and access to the archived recording. Want just the recording? Non-members pay $120.
Students pay $44 for access to the recording of a 90-minute webinar.
To date, available recordings of 2020 and 2019 webinars include the following:
January Two-Part Webinar: Identity Management and Talking to Your Organization's IT Group
- January 15 - Part One, Identity Management and Authentication Strategies
- January 22 - Part Two, Talking to Your Organization’s IT Group When You’re Not an IT Person
March Two-Part Webinar: Labor and Capacity and Building Data Science Skills
- March 11 - Part One, Labor and Capacity for Research Data Management
- March 18 - Part Two, Building Data Science Skills: Strategic Support for the Work
January Two-Part Webinar: Enabling Discovery: Publishers & Librarians Talk Metadata and Monographs
- January 9 - Enabling Discovery, Part One: Vendor Perspectives
- January 16 - Enabling Discovery, Part Two: Library Perspectives
February 6 -- Wrestling with Access and Authentication Control
May 15 -- Libraries And The Move to Transparency
June Two-Part Webinar: Discovery and Online Search: The Impact on Users, Libraries and Service Providers
- June 12 - Discovery and Online Search, Part One: Drivers of Change in Online Search
- June 19 - Discovery and Online Search, Part Two: Personalized Content, Personal Data
September 11 -- Preservation and Archiving of Digital Media
November 13 -- Implementing Linked Library Data
December Two-Part Webinar: Where Does It Live? Storing Collections On and Off Campus
- December 11 - Where Does It Live? Finding The Space: Redesign and Re-Allocation, Part One
- December 18 - Where Does It Live? Discovery & Delivery at the Scholar's Point of Need: Part Two
Virtual Conferences: Four Hours of In-Depth Discussion
Register to access Zoom recordings of recent virtual conferences organized by NISO. While we might all prefer to tune into a live broadcast and engage with speakers in real time, schedules don't always permit that. NISO offers you the chance to listen to the recording of a virtual conference and save 15% off the original bundled price of both live broadcast and recording!
Members pay $190 for the live broadcast and access to the archived recording. Want just the recording? Members pay $160
Non-members pay $255 for the live broadcast and access to the archived recording. Want just the recording? The price is $215
Students pay $50 for access to the recording of a virtual conference
Available recordings of 2020 and 2019 virtual conferences include the following:
- February 2019: Is This Still Working? Incentives to Publish, Metrics and New Reward Systems
- March 2019: Long Form Content: Ebooks, Printed Volumes and the Concerns of Those Who Use Both
- May 2019: Blurred Boundaries: Intellectual Property and Networked Sharing of Content
- August 2019: From Submission to Publication: Creating and Conveying Quality
- September 2019: Sustaining Openness: Ensuring the Long-Term Viability of Open Science, OER, and More
- November 2019: The Impact of the Interface: Traditional and Non-Traditional Content
- March 2020: Researcher Behaviors and the Impact of Technology
- May 2020: Making Content Accessible: How Can Publishers and Libraries Better Satisfy The Obligation?