February 5, 2008, The American Geophysical Union (AGU), Washington, DC
Learn from librarians about how information delivery and access works in their various institutions. They’ll discuss a wide range of issues. From social networking and changing user expectations, to discoverability and access to content, copyright and usage analysis, and perpetual access and preservation. Collect current information to inform your orgainization’s planning and tactics by learning about these concerns and more from “the source” during a moderated exchange of information and viewpoints. You’ll also have a chance to contribute your questions and participate in the discussion in this full-day member’s only program.
- Patricia Van Zandt, Director of Research, Instruction and Outreach Services, Swem Library, College of William and Mary
- Kathy Perry, Director, VIVA (The Virtual Library of Virginia)
- Joyce L. Fedeczko, Library Associates Companies, on assignment at BP Information Resources – InfoRes
- Dianne McCutcheon, Chief, Technical Services Division, National Library of Medicine
- MJ Tooey, Executive Director, Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore
- Dr. Charles Lowry, Dean of Libraries and Professor, University of Maryland, College Park