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Charleston Conference Webinar - E-Everything: Putting It All Together

For the first time, the Charleston Conference 
(http://www.katina.info/conference) is excited to offer a webinar 
for of one of our preconference sessions.

Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Cost: $45


*Audrey Powers (Charleston Conference Director and Research 
Librarian for College of The Arts, University of South Florida),

*Peter McCracken (Founder of Serials Solutions and ShipIndex),

*Emilie Delquie (Publishers Communication Group),

*Cory Tucker (Head of Collection Management, University of

*Lisa Carlucci Thomas (LJ Mover & Shaker and Digital Services 
Librarian, Southern Connecticut University),

*Stephen Rhind-Tutt (President of Alexander Street Press),

*Michael Gorrell (Senior Vice President and Chief Information 
Officer, EBSCO), and

*Mark Johnson (Head of Publisher Relations, HighWire Press).


As electronic resources continue to compound and confound our 
sensibilities, experts in the field will update us as well as 
challenge our current way of thinking with new methodologies of 
delivery and access.  Back by popular demand, issues addressed at 
last year's E-Everything preconference including access, content 
integration, technology and discoverability will be updated with 
topics such as tablet based delivery of video and audio, e-book 
models of access and licensing, business models for procurement 
of materials in all formats, e-content integration, and how users 
get to the content they value.

Presented PechaKucha style, each speaker will deliver a dynamic 
and succinct 15 minute Powerpoint presentation.

Register online at https://www.katina.info/d2010/register

Select "Wednesday One Day Attendance" $0, then "E-Everything: 
Putting It All Together - Webinar Only" $45.

A reminder and a password will be emailed to you a few days 
before the webinar.  Please contact Leah Hinds with questions at 

Tom Gilson
Associate Editor, Against the Grain
Head of Reference Emeritus
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC