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Wednesday, November 8

12:30pm EST

12:45pm EST

A Little EBA’ll Do Ya: How EBA is Driving Changes to eBook purchasing Salon I, Gaillard CenterCambridge University Press • Apryl Price • Anna Sansome • Nathan Turner Choose Your Own Adventure: A Thrilling Journey of Collaborative Collection Assessment Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterMadelynn Dickerson • Jamie Hazlitt • Caroline Muglia • Jeremy Whitt Doing Good and Doing Well: Strategies for Sustaining Open Source Community Publishing Software Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelRebekah Darksmith • James MacGregor • Nancy Maron eBooks Speed Dating: Who’s in the Driver Seat Going Forward? Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterJackie Ricords • Jeremy Garskof • Julia Gelfand • Lisa Mackinder • Jill Morris Everything Old is New Again: Developing Humanities Data Collections Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelJonathan Cain • John Russell From Numbers to Narratives: Putting the Human Face on Metrics Cypress South, Courtyard Marriott HotelKaren Gutzman • Michael Habib • Aaron Sorensen • Anne Stone • Mike Taylor Future Proof: Openness, APIs, and Open Frameworks Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites HotelAndrew French • Jon Shaw • Jason Thomale • Ex Libris Helping Faculty Embrace Fate: Collaborating to Build and Promote an IR and a Scholarly Communications Program on Campus Salon II, Gaillard CenterSamantha Kennedy • Shilpa Rele • Stephen Robishaw Identifying, Funding, and Publishing Open Access Humanities Books Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelLisa Macklin • Sarah McKee • Charles Watkinson It's 2017: Do You Know What Your Approval Plan Is? Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterSteve Bosch • Trish Chatterley • Bob Nardini • Gracemary Smulewitz Level Up!: Transitioning to a New Library Magnolia Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelSara Duff Leveraging Library Consortia: Developing a Shared E-Resources Collection & Improving Vendor E-Resource Accessibility Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelRick Davis • Lenore England • Randall Lowe • Robert Van Rennes • Stephanie Rosen • Heidi Schroeder Librarians Leading the Way to Improved Research Reproducibility Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelMoshe Pritsker • Lutishoor Salisbury • Franklin Sayre • Cynthia Thomes Mission Driven Publishing in the 21st Century Cypress North, Courtyard Marriott HotelBeth Bernhardt • Chris Bennett • Niko Pfund • John Sherer • Elizabeth Windsor Open Libraries: How Can we Fill those Empty Digital Shelves? Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelWendy Hanamura Personalization, Privacy, and the Pressure to Upgrade Authentication – A Conundrum? Or Perhaps a Win-Win? Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelScott Ahlberg • Elizabeth Leonard • Joshua Pyle • Andy Sanford Pirates or Robin Hoods? Copyright and the Public Good Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRick Anderson • Robert Boissy • William M. Hannay • Ann Okerson Reading in the Digital Age Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelJoyce Dixon-Fyle • David Durant Staying Relevant in a Changing Information Landscape: A Global Perspective on Collection Development Best Practices Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelJoanne Dunham • Kari Paulson Survey, Statistics, Narrative: Communicating Library Value to Administrators Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelMichelle Rivera-Spann • Jeffrey Matlak • Mark McCallon • Alison Scott • Luke Swindler