Saturday, July 11

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Digital Library Hardware Showcase

Many digital library projects are considering developing capabilities for in-house scanning. There has been a variety of scanning hardware made available to the public. This program provides an overview of current scanning hardware. A discussion of the pros/cons of in-house scanning versus outsourcing are included.

Saturday, July 11, 8:00-10:00 AM McCormick Place West: room W-180

Moderator: Michael Bolam, Metadata Librarian for Digital Production, University of Pittsburgh University Library System. Panelists: Emily Gore, Head of Digital Initiatives & IT, Clemson University Libraries; Mandy Mastrovita, Digital Production Librarian, Clemson University Libraries; Danielle Cunniff Plumer, Coordinator, Texas Heritage Digitization Initiative, Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Equipment and Considerations for your Digital Collections
Emily Gore, Head of Digital Initiatives & IT, Clemson University Libraries
Mandy Mastrovita, Digital Production Librarian, Clemson University Libraries

"Better, cheaper, faster" or "down and dirty"? Evaluating consumer-grade digitization equipment
Danielle Cunniff Plumer, Coordinator, Texas Heritage Digitization Initiative, Texas State Library and Archives Commission


ALCTS Catalog Form and Function Interest Group
Accentuating the "e-": Electronic resources in the public catalog
Chicago Hilton: Continental C

Surfacing Electronic Resources in WorldCat Local
Steve Shadle, Serials Access Librarian, University of Washington

Spotlighting E-resources in the Catalog
Michael Kreyche, Systems Librarian, Kent State University

That Didn’t Go Quite as Planned!: Obtaining and Improving E-book Records in a Consortial Environment
Kristin E. Martin, Metadata Librarian, and Kavita Mundle, Assistant Catalog Librarian, University of Illinois at Chicago

ALCTS CRS College and Research Libraries Interest Group
Promoting Best Practices for E-Serials
Chicago Hilton: PDR4

File:Chandler openurl ala 2009.ppt
Adam Chandler, Electronic Resources Librarian, Cornell University

Networked Resources and Metadata Interest Group
Chicago Hilton, Lake Ontario Room

Workflow Tools for Automating Metadata Creation and Maintenance


CLENERT Creating a Culture of Learning in Your Library

YALSA Downloadable and Streaming Technologies for Teens
Moderator: Jody Wurl, Teen Services Librarian, Hennepin County. Panelists; Beth Gallaway, IFC; Karen Potash, OverDrive; Kate Pritchard, Wilbraham MA Public Library
MCC W-180

LEAP into Science @ Your Library


ALCTS CCS Cataloging Norms Interest Group (CNIG) - Program announcement and abstracts
Saturday, July 11, 2009, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Chicago Hilton, Continental C

Sai Deng (Wichita State University). Beyond the OPAC: Creating Different Interfaces for Specialized Collections in an ILS. (.ppt file-6.61 MG)
Elizabeth O'Keefe (Morgan Library & Museum). Cataloging Art and Cultural Works in Library Collections. (.ppt file-4.04 MG)
Jennifer Bowen (University of Rochester). The eXtensible Catalog's Metadata Services Toolkit: Lowering the Bar for Automated Metadata Processing. (.ppt file-2.73 MG)
Betty Meagher (University of Denver) and Kate Crowe (University of Denver). Better, Faster, Stronger: Integrating Archives Processing and Technical Services (.ppt file-1.60 MG).


ALCTS RDA Implementation Task Force
Look Before You Leap: Taking RDA for a test drive
McCormick Place West, room W-134

Tom Delsey, editor of RDA. Comparing RDA and AACR2. [1]]
Nannette Naught (IMT, Inc). Overview of RDA online and creating workflows.
Christine Oliver (McGill University). RDA in LIS education.
Sally McCallum (Library of Congress). MARC in RDA [2]]
John Espley<VTLS>. RDA in an ILS.[Presentation links: <<PT1[3]>> <<PT2: [4]>> <<PT3: [5]>>
Barbara Bushman (National Library of Medicine). Testing RDA. [6]]


Priorities, Policies, Participation - A Roadmap to Action (click session title to open pdf handout)
More info: Have a great idea for the future of the profession? Want something to happen? Feeling unheard or under-served? These leaders want to harness the initiative and imagination of ALA’s diverse members by giving you frank tips for navigating ALA and getting things done. Join the culture of inclusion, flexibility, experimentation, and organizational responsiveness by joining us at this session. Speakers: Dr. Ling Hwey Jeng, Professor and Director, Texas Woman’s University; Terri Kirk, School librarian, Reidland High School; Teri Switzer, Dean of the Library & Professor, University of Colorado

ALCTS Collection Development 2.0 : The Changing Administration of Collection Development
(click title above for links to more details and resources related to this program)
Collection development is undergoing revolutionary changes. In the last few years, most libraries have made major changes in the way they manage collection development. This program will help clarify what new approaches some libraries have taken and why, their consequences (both intended and unintended), and what some of those thinking about these issues see on the horizon.

ALA Office for Research & Statistics
More Demand, Less Money: Sustaining Technology Access in a Tight Economy
Intercontinental Hotel, Seville East

Moderator: Larra Clark, project manager, ALA Office for Research & Statistics

Linda Yoder, director, Napannee (IN) Public Library

John Carlo Bertot, director, University of Maryland (UMCP) Center for Library & Information Innovation
Strategies for Public Library PAT and Broadband Enhancement

Betsy Fowler, director, Chesapeake (VA) Public Library
Libraries – 21st Century Collaborative Models: Part I | Part II | Part III

ALCTS Leadership Development Committee
Leadership Development in Transition: Steering the Ship from Helm and Deck
Co-sponsored by:
LLAMA Human Resources Leadership Skills Committee
ACRL Instruction Section
ALA New Members Round Table
Generously supported by:
Taylor & Francis
McCormick Place West, room W-196

Jill Canono. Leadership Development in Transition. [7]]
Olivia Madison (Dean of the Library, Iowa State University). First respondent.
Nanette Donohue (Technical Services Manager, Champaign Public Library). Second respondent.

LITA / ALCTS MARC Formats Interest Group
Palmer House, Wilson Room

Reinhold Heuvelmann (German National Library). The German and Austrian Version of MARC 21: Standard Compliance, Flexibility, and Implementations
Abstract [8]]
Slides [9]]
Handout [10]]
Examples [11]]