Slides from the 2011 ARL Membership Meeting Now Available Online (Association of Research Libraries)
The 158th Annual ARL Membership Meeting concluded today (Friday) in Montreal and slides for most of the presentations are already available on the ARL web site. Audio recordings will be available at a later date.
Here are links for two presentations that might be of special interest.
“International STM Journal Market”
Convener: Carole Moore, University of Toronto
Claudio Aspesi, Sanford C. Bernstein and Co.
Ted Bergstrom, University of California, Santa Barbara
William (Bill) J. Cook, American Geophysical Union
“National Memory Organizations Their Role in the Digital Information Environment”
Convener: Carol A. Mandel, New York University
Guy Berthiaume, Bibliothèque et Archives Nationales du Québec (BAnQ)
Daniel J. Caron, Library and Archives Canada
Deanna Marcum, Library of Congress
Debra Steidel Wall, National Archives and Records Administration
‘Berlin 9 Open Access Conference”
Convener: David Carlson, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Speaker: Dieter Stein, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
“Developments in International Copyright”
Convener: Winston Tabb, Johns Hopkins University
Jonathan Band, PLLC, Technology Law and Policy
Justin Hughes, Cardozo School of Law
Paul Whitney, Vancouver City Library (Retired)
“New and Emerging Collaborations in the Federal Depository Library Program”
Convener: Judith C. Russell, University of Florida
Wendy Pradt Lougee, University of Minnesota
John Wilkin, University of Michigan
“Legal Issues in Building 21st-Century Special Collections”
Convener: Anne Kenney, Cornell University
William J. Maher, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Hope O’Keeffe, Library of Congress
Kevin Smith, Duke University
The ARL Annual Meeting Was Jointly held with Canadian Association of Research Libraries.
Filed under: Academic Libraries, Archives and Special Collections, Associations and Organizations, Libraries, Open Access, Publishing
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