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Monday, November 6 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Evaluating a Growing Body of Evidence, on the Road to Strategic Decision Making for Collection Development and Open Access

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In everything from collection management to journal evaluation, libraries are engaging in evidence-based decision making, but do they have all the evidence? Comparing JR1 and JR5 reports already tells an interesting story, but what happens when you factor in additional data points such as citations, publications and open access? This pre-conference will give participants an in-depth understanding of how different data sets may be combined to form a truly robust body of evidence and provide insights on how the data may be analysed to support a variety of applications including collection management, journal assessment, license negotiations and open access strategies. Two librarians will illustrate how they have used enriched data to support strategic decisions related to Open Access, journal cancellations, and more at their institutions.

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avatar for Kristin Antelman

Kristin Antelman

University Librarian, Caltech
Kristin Antelman is the University Librarian at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) with administrative responsibility for the Library and Archives. Prior to joining Caltech in 2014, she was the Associate Director for the Digital Library at North Carolina State University... Read More →
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Eric Archambault

CEO, 1science
Eric Archambault heads 1science and Science-Metrix. 1science facilitates the flow of knowledge and currently focuses on making open access more useful to libraries. Science-Metrix, the sister company of 1science, was founded by Eric and his business partner Grégoire Côté in 2002... Read More →
avatar for Colleen Campbell

Colleen Campbell

Open Access 2020 Initiative, Max Planck Digital Library
As coordinator of the global Open Access 2020 Initiative, I would be very happy to talk with you about open access and strategies to transform the current subscription journals system to new open access publishing models. Given my involvement with the ESAC Initiative, I also have... Read More →
avatar for Ralf Schimmer

Ralf Schimmer

Head of Scientific Information Provision, Max Planck Digital Library
As Head of Scientific Information Provision at the Max Planck Digital Library in Munich, Germany, Dr Schimmer is responsible for licensing strategy and a broad range of Open Access and other innovative information services supporting the researchers of the over 80 advanced research... Read More →



Monday November 6, 2017 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Calhoun Room, Francis Marion Hotel 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401

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