November 29, 2015

Now Available: Slide Presentations From the 160th ARL Membership Meeting

The 160th ARL Membership Meeting took place in Chicago last week.

Slides online today, audio for some sessions coming soon.

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Slides From the Following Sessions are Available

  • Code of Best Practices in Fair Use (Session Not Recorded)
  • A View from Campus: The E-Science Institute Post-Capstone (Session Not Recorded)
  • Digital Preservation Network (Audio Coming Soon)
  • Keynote: Susan Hildreth, Director, IMLS (Audio Coming Soon)
  • Diversity Programs and Leadership Initiatives: Appreciating the Past and Looking to the Future (Audio Coming Soon)
  • Open Scholarship: The Impact on Research, Teaching, and Learning (Audio Coming Soon)
  • Transforming the Research Library Workforce: A “Scenarios” Approach (Audio Coming Soon)
  • Strategies for Successful Balanced Scorecard Implementation (Audio Coming Soon)
  • 21st-Century Research Library Collections (Audio Coming Soon)

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