Every year the Charleston Conference lives up to its reputation of being laid back and friendly with a diverse program of great content. With this event happening in just under a month, the 2013 program looks like it’s the best ever.
This year’s theme is “Too Much is Not Enough” and we’re excited to have so many libraries with our services sharing their experiences at the conference and have several members of our staff play a part in this year’s program. Here is a brief look at the Serials Solutions and ProQuest personnel who will be discussing issues pertaining to data, management and discovery. Just click the link for a complete description and all the panelists/presenters that are a part of each session.
Thursday, November 7
Friday, November 8
- Rethinking Your Acquisitions. Michelle D’Couto, Senior Product Manager, ProQuest, 12:45 pm – 2:00 pm (Courtyard Marriott Historic District, Magnolia Room)
- Metadata and Open Access – Reliably Finding Content and Finding Reliable Content. Laurie Kaplan, Director, ProQuest/Serials Solutions, 2:15 pm – 3:00 pm, (Embassy Suites Historic District, Citadel Green Room)
- Making ‘Too Much’ Manageable and Discoverable: How can publishers, vendors and libraries work together to help users unlock the full potential of library collections. John Law, Vice President of Discovery Services, ProQuest, 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm (Embassy Suites Historic District, Colonial Ballroom)
- Uncork Your Licenses! How ONIX-PL Can Help License Data Flow. Ashley Bass, Serial Solutions Product Manager, ProQuest, 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm (Francis Marion Hotel, Pinckney Room)
- Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives. Nicole Pelsinsky, Manager, Implementation Services, Serials Solutions, 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm (Francis Marion Hotel, Carolina Ballroom)
If you happen to be going to the conference and would like to meet with one of our representatives contact us. And don’t forget to visit with ProQuest at the Vendor Showcase!
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