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Tuesday, March 2
 

12:00pm PST

Colloquium Salon (Discussion Group) - Equity and Leadership
The Colloquium Salon is a Slack-based weekly discussion group that will host 3 discussion sessions leading up to Colloquium. A live Zoom discussion will be held every Tuesday at 12PM Pacific / 2PM Central / 3PM Eastern. Tune in every Friday on Slack to find out more about the topic for the upcoming week. We'll kickstart each topic with a short read/listen picked by presiding moderators from the SCELC Program/Professional Development Committee (PPDC).

Week 1 (March 1-5) - Equity and leadership

Follow the discussion on Slack!
Need a Slack invite? Email PPDC Liaison, Amy Pham, at amy@scelc.org.

Tuesday March 2, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm PST
 
Tuesday, March 9
 

12:00pm PST

Colloquium Salon (Discussion Group) - Self-Care
The Colloquium Salon is a Slack-based weekly discussion group that will host 3 discussion sessions leading up to Colloquium. A live Zoom discussion will be held every Tuesday at 12PM Pacific / 2PM Central / 3PM Eastern. Tune in every Friday on Slack to find out more about the topic for the upcoming week. We'll kickstart each topic with a short read/listen picked by presiding moderators from the SCELC Program/Professional Development Committee (PPDC).

Week 2 (March 8-12) - Self-care

Follow the discussion on Slack!
Need a Slack invite? Email PPDC Liaison, Amy Pham, at amy@scelc.org.

Tuesday March 9, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm PST
 
Tuesday, March 16
 

12:00pm PDT

Colloquium Salon (Discussion Group) - Values-based collections
The Colloquium Salon is a Slack-based weekly discussion group that will host 3 discussion sessions leading up to Colloquium. A live Zoom discussion will be held every Tuesday at 12PM Pacific / 2PM Central / 3PM Eastern. Tune in every Friday on Slack to find out more about the topic for the upcoming week. We'll kickstart each topic with a short read/listen picked by presiding moderators from the SCELC Program/Professional Development Committee (PPDC).

Week 3 (March 15-19) - Values-based Collections

Follow the discussion on Slack!
Need a Slack invite? Email PPDC Liaison, Amy Pham, at amy@scelc.org.

Tuesday March 16, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
 
Wednesday, March 17
 

4:00pm PDT

Happy Hour & Slack Warm-Up
For those of you interested in participating in the Slack Workspace this SCELCapalooza, come join us for an impromptu pre-SCELCapalooza happy hour session and Slack warm-up in the #bowling-alley channel!

Our Slack Workspace, the Electronic Guildhall of Knowledge (*trumpets*) has been live for a few weeks now to help with our Colloquium Salon pre-event discussion group. Your registration for SCELCapalooza 2021 via Eventbrite grants you access to the Workspace, and you should have received an email invitation to join the Slack Workspace shortly after registering:



Slack newbies: come through and get comfy with the platform with some casual chat and tech talk with SCELC staff.

Slack veterans: come through and correct SCELC staffers when they goof up their Slack tips!

A Zoom session will run concurrently in case anyone has issues accessing the Slack Workspace.

Wednesday March 17, 2021 4:00pm - 4:30pm PDT
Slack
 
Thursday, March 18
 

9:45am PDT

Colloquium (Day 1): Welcome Remarks
Kelly Sundin, Chair of SCELC Program/Professional Development Committee (PPDC), welcomes SCELC member and affiliate libraries to Colloquium 2021.

Thursday March 18, 2021 9:45am - 10:00am PDT

10:00am PDT

Colloquium (Day 1) Constance Malpas: Consortium Directions: SCELC at 35
Join the Slack #colloquium Channel to continue the discussion!

SCELC at 35: planning for a post-COVID landscape
Drawing on recent OCLC research and an analysis of broader market trends, Constance’s presentation will explore the role of the consortium in advancing library leadership. What can the composition of the SCELC membership tell us about the mix of cooperative programs and services that are likely to be needed? How can SCELC libraries position themselves for the future, individually and collectively? The session will incorporate interactive polls to encourage engagement and dialogue, framing key themes and questions about the benefits and tradeoffs of library cooperation.

Speaker Bio
Constance Malpas, Manager, Strategic Programs at OCLC

Constance leads strategic initiatives across OCLC’s Membership and Research, Global Product Management, and Business Development divisions. She manages cross-functional teams evaluating product/program opportunities and internal processes to improve strategic alignment and scale success across the enterprise. Constance serves as a practice and thought leader in service design and strategy both internally and externally.

Previously, she served as Strategic Intelligence Manager and Research Scientist at OCLC, providing environmental intelligence on library service directions and leading a program of research on the evolving service requirements of academic libraries. Constance is a frequent public speaker and has published widely (https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9312-8294) on topics ranging from the evolution of US higher education, to the changing academic collections environment, to library support for emerging research, teaching and learning workflows. Constance holds a BA from Mount Holyoke College and an MA from Princeton University, both degrees in history of science. She lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.

She tweets @ConstanceM and blogs at Hanging Together.

Speakers
avatar for Constance Malpas

Constance Malpas

Manager, Strategic Programs, OCLC
Constance Malpas is Strategic Intelligence Manager & Research Scientist at OCLC (San Mateo, CA). Her research has focused on reconfiguration of academic print collections in the networked environment, especially the emergence of shared print preservation models; the impacts of emerging... Read More →


Thursday March 18, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am PDT

11:00am PDT

11:15am PDT

Colloquium (Day 1): Lightning Talks
A Colloquium classic! Join us to hear about recent projects and innovations at SCELC libraries.
Join the Slack #colloquium Channel to continue the discussion!

Moderators
Scott Hines, Palo Alto University (PPDC)
Sabrina Mora, University of La Verne (PPDC)

Speakers (In order of appearance)

  • Lauren Haberstock & Erin McAllister, Pepperdine University Libraries - "Supporting Pepperdine Libraries' DEI Action Plan: "The Fire Next Time" Book Club Discussion"
  • Melanie Sellar, Santa Clara University - Exploring professional development models for DEI pedagogies

Q&A Break

  • Amber Bales, California College of the Arts - Mrs. Husband's Name: A Critical Cataloging Project
  • Joy A. Painter, Caltech - Electronic Collections Access: Challenges with Temporary Covid Collections seen through one ebook
  • Sara Bond & Dudee Chiang, NASA/Caltech/Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Why We Should Cite Datasets
  • Robin Hartman, Hope International University - Weeding and Renovating While Working From Home

Q&A Break

  • Judith Rodriguez, Sandra Jamaleddine, Christine Welter, Erin M. Louthen, Kelci Baughman McDowell, & Anna Yang, Santa Clara University - What We Did During the Pandemic: Santa Clara University's Library Marketing & Events Committee Transforms its Student Welcome Fest from In-Person to Virtual in Response to COVID-19
  • José Rincón, Marymount California University - Virtual Study Hall for Student Athletes: An Online Academic Adaptation during COVID-19

Speakers
avatar for Lauren Haberstock

Lauren Haberstock

Drescher Graduate Campus Librarian, Pepperdine University
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Melanie Sellar

Santa Clara University
avatar for Amber Bales

Amber Bales

Library Technician, Cataloger, California College of the Arts
Amber is the California College of the Arts Libraries' Cataloger. She earned a BA in both Psychology and Gender Studies from UCSD and completed City College of San Francisco's Library Information Technology certificate program. She loves being one of the first people to see the new... Read More →
avatar for Joy Painter

Joy Painter

Physics, Math & Astronomy Librarian, Caltech
avatar for Sara Bond

Sara Bond

Information Science Specialist, NASA/Caltech/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
avatar for Dudee Chiang

Dudee Chiang

Library Group Lead, JPL
avatar for Robin Hartman

Robin Hartman

Director of Library Services, Hope International University
avatar for Judith Rodriguez

Judith Rodriguez

Course Reserves, Stacks, & Paging Supervisor, Santa Clara University
Supervising student assistants and organizing stacks.
avatar for Jose Rincon

Jose Rincon

Director of Library Services and Learning Support, Marymount California University


Thursday March 18, 2021 11:15am - 12:15pm PDT

12:15pm PDT

Colloquium (Day 1): Social Hour
Thursday March 18, 2021 12:15pm - 1:00pm PDT
 
Friday, March 19
 

10:00am PDT

Colloquium (Day 2): SCELC Libraries on Communicating Value
Join the Slack #colloquium Channel to continue the discussion!

SCELC Libraries on Communicating Value
Four SCELC libraries will convene in a panel to address the topic of communicating value based on non-"business metrics". Expect a lively and comprehensive conversation as they share examples from their own institutions and discuss:
  1. How their library is defining "value" 
  2. How the recent social and environmental crises (i.e., COVID-19, BLM, fires) impacted how their library demonstrates value
  3. Practical approaches or strategies they use to communicate the value of their library
    1. And how this changes by role type (librarian vs. library admin)
    2. Or by audience type (Provost vs. faculty vs. student)?

Panelists
Nicole Branch, Santa Clara University - 2017 ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award
Tiffany Garrett, Nevada State College - 2020 ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award
John Jackson, Loyola Marymount University - 2021 ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award
Jan Kuebel-Hernandez, California University of Science and Medicine - Designing our way toward Excellence in Academic Libraries since 2018

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Branch

Nicole Branch

Head of Instruction & Assessment, Santa Clara University
Nicole Branch is Head of Instruction & Assessment at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California. In this role, Nicole coordinates the library’s assessment program and serves as the subject librarian for the departments of anthropology, sociology, and the University’s Miller... Read More →
avatar for Tiffany Garrett

Tiffany Garrett

Assistant Library Director, Nevada State College
I'm the Assistant Library Director at Nevada State College, which received the ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award in 2020. The library was recognized for our supportive workplace culture, innovative approach to library services, and dedication to supporting the academic success... Read More →
avatar for John Jackson

John Jackson

Head, Outreach & Communications, Loyola Marymount Univeristy
John Jackson is the Head of Outreach & Communications for the William H. Hannon Library where he leads the library's efforts in reaching and serving all of its diverse user populations through programming, exhibitions, marketing, publications, and orientations.
avatar for Jan Kuebel-Hernandez

Jan Kuebel-Hernandez

Director, Information Commons, California University of Science and Medicine
As Director of the Information Commons of the new California University of Science and Medicine (CUSM), Jan Kuebel-Hernandez and her team reframe traditional library, instructional design, and medical illustration resources and services within a digital environment offering dynamic... Read More →


Friday March 19, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am PDT

11:00am PDT

11:15am PDT

Colloquium (Day 2) Closing Keynote: Rick Burke on SCELC
Join the Slack #colloquium Channel to tell your SCELC story!

Rick Burke, Executive Director of SCELC, provides a retrospective on building the SCELC community.


Friday March 19, 2021 11:15am - 12:15pm PDT

12:15pm PDT

Colloquium (Day 2): Social Hour
Friday March 19, 2021 12:15pm - 1:00pm PDT
 
Wednesday, March 24
 

9:00am PDT

SCELC Welcome and Introductions
Wednesday March 24, 2021 9:00am - 9:15am PDT
TBA

9:15am PDT

AAAS/Science Focus Group

The Science family of journals is moving to Atypon this summer. This move will encompass Science's archival content dating back to 1880, the journal's award-winning News and Careers publications, and the research and commentary in Science Translational Medicine, Science Signaling, Science Immunology, Science Robotics, and the open-access journal Science Advances. We invite you to share what you think makes for a seamless user experience and share what makes for a great administrative portal.

In appreciation for your help in our move, we will be sending you three of our Science family of journal favorites: Pat the penguin, Noble the nestling, and Sam the scientist.




Speakers
avatar for Elisabeth Leonard

Elisabeth Leonard

Associate Director, Research and Development, AAAS/Science


Wednesday March 24, 2021 9:15am - 10:00am PDT
TBA

9:15am PDT

Cambridge University Press/SCELC Open Access Read & Publish info/questions + other promotions
Paul will be giving a quick summary of the details of the new CUP Open Access Read & Publish Complete Journals Package Subscription agreement with SCELC, and taking questions. The agreement invited new OA R&P subscribers to join the R&P deal by meeting them as closely as possible to their current spend on CUP journals, and then opening up access to the complete package of 403 CUP journals and providing unlimited Open Access publishing to the school’s researchers in all Gold OA and Hybrid CUP journals. Come with your questions for Paul about this transformative agreement. Paul will also give a short summary of other CUP discounted promotions and new offerings.






Speakers
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Paul Gallagher

Library Sales Rep, Cambridge University Press
Our book and journal content has been brought together on Cambridge Core: a sophisticated, high-performance replacement for Cambridge Journals Online and Cambridge Books Online. Cambridge Core is the place to find valuable, useful and inspirational research and academic information... Read More →


Wednesday March 24, 2021 9:15am - 10:00am PDT
TBA

9:15am PDT

CELUS - an open-source solution for the management of e-resources usage statistics
We will be showing how the management of e-resources usage statistics can be made fun. Celus is a fully COUNTER 4 & 5 compliant open-source tool that can automatically harvest your statistics via Sushi in just a few clicks. It is suitable for library consortia as well as for single libraries. The tool is super-fast and very easy to use. You can build and export your own reports. No installation, no setup, no onboarding. Find out more at: www.celus.net.

We would be happy to hear your thoughts and discuss anything related to e-resources usage statistics, COUNTER and non-COUNTER formats, harvesting via Sushi, open-source or anything else you might want to talk about :)

Speakers
avatar for Tomas Novotny

Tomas Novotny

E-resources and COUNTER guru, Celus
We developed an ultimate solution for the management of usage statistics of e-resources, no matter if you are a single library or a library consortium, we support both. Our tool can automatically harvest COUNTER 4&5 reports via Sushi and can be also used with non-COUNTER compliant... Read More →


Wednesday March 24, 2021 9:15am - 10:00am PDT
TBA

9:15am PDT

Digital Theatre+ Access and Discussion
A live demonstration of some of the key features on Digital Theatre+ plus some recent case studies from Californian Universities. A chance to ask questions about the product and pick up some free trial access to share with your faculty!

If you miss this session but would like to explore Digital Theatre+ please book a call with me via this link and I can show you around at a more convenient time: Call with Kathryn Parten-Ballantine





Speakers
avatar for Kathryn Parten-Ballantine

Kathryn Parten-Ballantine

Sales Manager, Higher Education, Digital Theatre+
Hello! I'd love to meet you to talk about Digital Theatre+, the world's leading Arts Education Resource. Over 400 Universities and Colleges in the US already subscribe. I can show you how the site combines captured live theatre productions, interviews and lectures and research material... Read More →


Wednesday March 24, 2021 9:15am - 10:00am PDT
TBA

9:15am PDT

HeinOnline Academic Overview
Join Steve Roses as he explores the most comprehensive, affordable, and intuitive multidisciplinary research platform available: HeinOnline Academic.  Users are able to unearth both true-to-print documents from the annals of history as well as modern-day publications crucial to the study of recent events and developing disciplines. Complement this wealth of primary sources with nearly 3,000 multidisciplinary journals covering nearly 2,000 research topics.

  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 




Speakers
avatar for HeinOnline

HeinOnline

HeinOnline
HeinOnline is a premier online research platform that provides more than 193 million pages of multidisciplinary periodicals, essential government documents, international resources, case law, and much more. Composed of fully searchable image-based PDFs and available at an affordable... Read More →


Wednesday March 24, 2021 9:15am - 10:00am PDT
TBA

9:15am PDT

Library on-demand: Anything, anytime, anywhere.
Library on-demand:  Anything, anytime, anywhere.
Users expect immediate access to information, personalized to their specific needs, and delivered exactly in the way they prefer. Inspired by extensive user research and realized through our wide range of products and services, “Library on-demand” represents a vision for OCLC and for libraries to adapt and thrive.

Learn about the technology, tools, and capacity to create impactful end-user experiences

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Carter

Jennifer Carter

Library Services Consultant, OCLC


Wednesday March 24, 2021 9:15am - 10:00am PDT

9:15am PDT

Passport Database – What’s Next?
Tanya will use this time to provide an update on exciting updates to Passport Academic that include platform, research and access updates!

  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 




Speakers
avatar for Tanya Burns

Tanya Burns

Senior Business Development Account Manager, Euronomitor International
Established in 1972, Euromonitor International is the world leader in strategy research for consumer markets. Comprehensive international coverage and leading edge innovation make our solutions an essential resource for academic subscribers. Passport is a global market research database... Read More →


Wednesday March 24, 2021 9:15am - 10:00am PDT
TBA

10:00am PDT

Cross Tabulation Analysis for Everyone Using SimplyAnalytics

Do NASCAR fans tend to consume more Pepsi or Coke? Do people with higher incomes prefer iPhones or Android phones?  Cross-tabulation is one of the most useful analytical tools of the market research industry and provides a wealth of information about the relationship between the variables.

This session will include a live demonstration of the new cross tabulation functionality of SimplyAnalytics, an easy-to-use business analytics and data visualization tool that will help you analyze detailed consumer behavior and understand the socio-demographic and economic conditions in your local neighborhood or across the entire USA.

If you cannot attend our demonstration, please visit www.SimplyAnalytics.com or call Steven Swartz at 888-845-5064 x64 for more information or a trial.

Speakers
avatar for SimplyAnalytics

SimplyAnalytics

VP Sales, SimplyAnalytics
Powerful analytics and data visualization for everyone! SimplyAnalytics makes it easy for everyone to create interactive maps, charts, and reports using thousands of data variables. Answering questions using premium demographic, business, health, and marketing data has never been... Read More →
JV

Juan Vasquez

Customer Support Specialist, SimplyAnalytics


Wednesday March 24, 2021 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
TBA

10:00am PDT

Essential Streaming from Docuseek
Docuseek, the premier streaming source for independent, social-issue and environmental films, is pleased to have been able to help universities in these uncertain times with the unexpected and rapid switch to distance learning.

Join Docuseek for this SCELC Vendor Session to learn about the latest offerings from Docuseek, including the Spring Special, to support online learning with affordable streaming films for every major academic discipline. Whether you are already a subscriber or have never streamed from Docuseek, you’ll gain valuable insight into our high-performance content delivery streaming platform and award-winning films.

Learn how to navigate our platform, see upcoming new releases, new features and products, and hear about the best licensing options for your institution. Take a look at our newest and affordable offering, Docuseek Select, which allows you to take control and build your own collection by selecting subject modules used most widely. Also new in 2021 is the release of the Docuseek Complete Collection 3rd Edition, the Icarus Films Fiction Collection and, for the first time ever, the full filmography of India’s leading filmmaker Anand Patwardhan will be available for academic streaming, including IDFA Best Documentary Award-Winner Reason, and an exciting new distribution partner to be announced.

Docuseek streams essential independent, social-issue and to educational institutions, providing exclusive access to content from 16 renowned leaders in documentary film distribution, including Bullfrog Films, Icarus Films, Kartemquin Films, National Film Board of Canada, First Run Features and now Film Movement. As academic distributors first, we are sensitive to the needs of academic libraries. We look forward to seeing you soon!


Speakers
avatar for Elena Wayne

Elena Wayne

Sales and Marketing Manager, Docuseek
I am passionate about FILM! My career started in 16MM and I have followed the progression of formats for over 30 years! I am currently the "STREAMING MAVEN"!If you want to learn about streaming access for highly curated award winning films I would love to speak with you!Tenn-Share... Read More →


Wednesday March 24, 2021 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
TBA

10:00am PDT

JSTOR: 2021 and Beyond
Join us for a conversation about what's new at JSTOR, including highlights about supporting our community, platform updates, and open content.
  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 
  • You will be prompted to enter your name and email address before viewing the recording






Speakers
avatar for Gregory Bodkin

Gregory Bodkin

Account Manager, Ithaka
avatar for Jane Hetherington

Jane Hetherington

Director, West Region, ITHAKA
academic collection development, content development ideas, higher education general issues


Wednesday March 24, 2021 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
TBA

10:00am PDT

Latin American and Latino/Latinx Journal Content: Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI)
Does your institution's curricula have Latin American and U.S. Latinx content in a wide variety of fields? Do you need English-language resources for introductory courses, and Spanish or Portuguese-language material for advanced courses and faculty research? Then come to our HAPI demonstration! We will be demonstrating both our own platform, as well as EBSCO's platform, with whom we have partnered in the past year.

  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 

Speakers
MS

Michael Scott

Associate Editor, Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI), UCLA
OM

Orchid Mazurkiewicz

Director, Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI)


Wednesday March 24, 2021 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
TBA

10:00am PDT

LibKey: Better linking to library full text from any point of discovery

Research today starts everywhere:  in the library using resources like databases and discovery services, and on the open web at sites like PubMed and Google Scholar.  Wherever researchers start, they all expect access to information to be obvious, fast, and easy.  Join Third Iron Co-founder Kendall Bartsch to learn how the LibKey suite of services meets the expectations of today’s researchers by delivering a next generation linking solution, from any point of discovery, all while keeping the library at the center of the information journey.

Kendall will demonstrate the LibKey services, show how libraries are using them, and how they are proving to save researchers value time, improving user experience, and making librarians’ lives easier by reducing unnecessary ILL and help desk requests. Please join Kendall in learning more about LibKey!

  • This session will be recorded

Speakers
avatar for Kendall Bartsch

Kendall Bartsch

CEO, Third Iron
Kendall Bartsch is the co-founder and CEO of Third Iron who works with an amazing team to deliver BrowZine and LibKey to over 1,000 libraries around the world. Third Iron services deliver next-generation solutions that simplify and improve access to content, all while keeping the... Read More →


Wednesday March 24, 2021 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
TBA

10:00am PDT

Tame the Wild West: Resource Lists to the Rescue
Join David & Stephen for informal introduction to Resource Lists, and the role they play in Student Experience, Copyright Compliance, Hybrid/Online Learning, and maintaining the library’s role in the learner journey.

Speakers
SB

Stephen Belcourt

Sales Manager - North America, Talis Education Ltd
I'm fairly new in my role at Talis, but spent 15 years with ProQuest prior to joining, so that may be where you recognize my name.Please come and chat with me about Resource Lists, and how they can help improve student experience, while helping the library increase visibility within... Read More →
avatar for David Layton

David Layton

Sales Development Representative, Talis Education Ltd
I'm very new to Talis, joining two and a half weeks ago. Prior to joining Talis, I worked as Copyright Specialist and Acquisitions Librarian at UNBC in Canada. I've also worked as a Science Librarian at BYU, a Children's Librarian at Salt Lake City Public Library, Portuguese Coordinator... Read More →


Wednesday March 24, 2021 10:00am - 10:45am PDT

10:45am PDT

Break
Wednesday March 24, 2021 10:45am - 11:00am PDT
TBA

11:00am PDT

SCELC Virtual Meetups
In lieu of any virtual exhibit hall, this is a SCELC-hosted session in Zoom. Breakout rooms allow vendors the option to have their own conversation space, where librarians can easily find reps, drop in and say hello. At any point, attendees can leave a breakout room for another, or rejoin the main area and find people there. 

**Make sure you have the most up-to-date version of Zoom's desktop app to use the breakout rooms**

Speakers
avatar for Carly Ryan

Carly Ryan

Licensing Programs Manager, SCELC


Wednesday March 24, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
TBA
 
Thursday, March 25
 

9:00am PDT

Digital Health Sciences Resource Support with the R2 Digital Library
The R2 Digital Library is an eBook database, and existing SCELC partner that offers a comprehensive selection of medical, nursing and allied health eBooks optimized for health sciences. Join this session to discover must-have content to support your patrons, and collection management features and tools to ease your workflow.
  • This session will be recorded

Speakers
RL

Rob Lennox

R2 Digital Library Sales & Support Manager, Rittenhouse


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT

9:00am PDT

Emerald Publishing and SCELC: Partnership and Product Updates
Please join us for a live presentation about new Emerald Publishing flexible purchase and access models that are suitable for all content acquisition budgets. 
  • This session offers live closed-captioning and will be recorded






Speakers
avatar for Emily Asch

Emily Asch

Business Manager, Emerald Publishing
avatar for Erika Valenti

Erika Valenti

Executive VP, North America, Emerald Publishing


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
TBA

9:00am PDT

Exploring Myths and Realities – Using the T&F Primary Source Collections
Come and explore myths and preconceptions in two of the T&F primary sources: ‘War, State and Society’ plus ‘South Asia Archive’. We will explore topics such as the low British morale during WW2, the rise of Fascism and anti-Semitism in Great Britain, the role of the British Empire and the bombing of Britain. We will then pivot to look at the South Asian content around myths, including publications from the pioneering institution of Indic studies in South India, the Mythic Society. Presentation will be uploaded directly after the event. Production information is available now on this SCHED site including pricing.





Speakers
avatar for Susan Sanders

Susan Sanders

Account Manager, eBooks and Digital Reference, Taylor and Francis Group LLC
Susan Sanders is your T&F West Coast sales contact for eBooks and Databases.
avatar for Gillian Howcroft

Gillian Howcroft

Sales Manager, Taylor and Francis
Come and delve into history with T&F! Don't miss Joe Pettican talk about our vibrant range of primary sources! We have a great offer for SCELC members and will share that with you after the webinar. Joe is part of our Editorial Team that commissions our primary sources as well as... Read More →


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
TBA

9:00am PDT

How to save money on your acquisitions during difficult times with ROAM.plus
Learn how to plan for making budget cuts by analyzing your acquisition spend in an innovative tool called ROAM.plus. The tool will allow you to build scenarios, forecast reports and budget calculations. Learn more at www.roam.plus
  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 




Speakers
avatar for Nels Rune Jensen

Nels Rune Jensen

Co-founder, ConsortiaManager
- Consortia Management - Oa and Research Output - Transformative agreements - Content decision support -Usage data -


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
TBA

9:00am PDT

Meet the New PolicyMap
Meet the New PolicyMap

This session will bring SCELC Members up-to-date on data highlights and the NEW PolicyMap. The new platform includes more layers, more customizations, new ways to view the data using interactive trend charts and lists. Learn how to easily create maps that illustrate important issues, including racial justice, health equity, housing affordability, education, and digital access.  

Here are links to videos from PolicyMap:

Overview of the New PolicyMap

PolicyMap Quick Start

Free access to data related to the COVID-19 pandemic is available at https://www.policymap.com/issues/covid-19/

PolicyMap Severe COVID-19 Risk Index can be downloaded here.











Speakers
avatar for Betsy Minnich

Betsy Minnich

Business Development and Outreach, PolicyMap
Betsy joined PolicyMap in 2014 working in outreach to the academic and public library market. Prior to that, she worked in the online information industry including 12+ years with Thomson Dialog in strategic account management, subject training and customer support for the pharmaceutical... Read More →


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
TBA

9:00am PDT

Online content in International Languages - DIGITALIA academic databases
Overview of the databases that we offer to academic institutions to meet their demand for online contents in International Languages focusing on DIGTALIA HISPANICA and DIGITALIA FILM LIBRARY





Speakers
avatar for Xavier Claret

Xavier Claret

Director, DIGITALIA, INC.
DIGITALIA HISPANICA www.digitaliapublishing.com is the leading database in Spanish with more than 40,000 e-books & e-journals from the most recognized publishers from Spain and all the Latin American countries. The titles are organized by collections according to the relevant academic... Read More →


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
TBA

9:00am PDT

ProQuest and SCELC: Customized Solutions in Challenging Environments
For two decades, SCELC and ProQuest have been partnering with SCELC libraries to advance teaching and learning. That partnership is more important than ever as we work together to help your students, faculty and researchers navigate a changing world. When we combine the breadth of resources available from ProQuest -- with cost-savings and efficiency from SCELC – we can solve any content or workflow problem.  

Join us to learn more. We’re hosting a unique Zoom experience that you can customize for your library’s needs. Start our 45-minute session with a quick overview of what makes our partnership with SCELC special. Then, choose your session: ProQuest experts will be on hand to provide help on…
  • Building a DEI collection
  • Serving more researchers on a tightening budget
  • Making more e-resources available to users

We’ll close with an opportunity to win some great prizes.

As always, we’re grateful for your time and aim to send you off with lots of inspiration for ways to excel… even in unpredictable times.
**Every attendee must have a registered zoom account in order to access the session**

P.S. Be sure to check out our Ex Libris session at 11:15 am PDT to hear from experts on workflow! https://sched.co/ictU





Speakers
avatar for Karen

Karen

Sr. Account Manager, ProQuest
Academic Library Topics: Content/ Ebooks/Workflow SolutionsOther Topics: Running/ Knitting/ Hula Dancing
avatar for Marcy Rothman

Marcy Rothman

Account Manager Sr, ProQuest
avatar for Rick Nicotera

Rick Nicotera

Sales Specialist, ProQuest
avatar for Dawn Devine

Dawn Devine

Sales Specialist, ProQuest
As a ProQuest Collection Specialist, I work with libraries to share the breadth and depth of our content in hopes that our resources meet the needs of their researchers.  From Historic newspapers and periodicals to streaming video and DEI collections, I cover a wide array of award-winning... Read More →
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Brad Roades

Sr. Regional Sales Dir, ProQuest
avatar for Laura West

Laura West

Sales Specialist, ProQuest


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
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9:45am PDT

Article Galaxy from Research Solutions/Reprints Desk — Your Collection Safety Net
Since 2014  SCLEC  libraries have enjoyed discounts on document delivery service fees from Reprints Desk as a benefit of their membership. To date SCELC  libraries have saved hundreds of thousands, while providing excellent turnaround time for their patrons seeking items not held in the library's collections.​​
 
Next month, they will be launching a brand new service called Article Galaxy Scholar (AGS).  It will provide access to scholarly content from over 30,000 journals within minutes to seconds. The first of platform of its kind, AGS is a smart, flexible and comprehensive on-demand access solution that enables libraries to:
  • Fill gaps in their existing collection holdings
  • Prioritize the provision of Open Access content
  • Simplify workflows
  • Monitor budget usage
  • Improve patron user experience and access
  • Reduce strain on library budget and resources 
Presented with Wil Weston, Head of Collections and Resources at San Diego State University, attendees will get a preview of Article Galaxy Scholar and how it can work to optimize your existing workflows. During this webinar, SCELC members will get an overview of how AGS expands your existing collection, streamlines article acquisition workflows — both directly and through integrations with systems such as EBSCO Discovery Service, Ex Libris' Alma and Primo, ILLiad, Tipasa and RapidILL, and provides usage insights that allow you to plan ahead, make timely decisions and course-correct quickly.
 
Hear what others are saying. 
 
“We are excited to offer a clean and simple but improved service to offer to our patrons.  They will be excited to about Article Galaxy Scholar because it gives them control over requesting and they can obtain their materials quickly even during off hours”.
                Judea D’Arnaud, UC San Diego

“With Article Galaxy Scholar, Research Solution/Reprints Desk is giving the library community something we have long needed; a reliable and fully customizable content provider that sits between the subscription model and traditional interlibrary loan.  This completely changes how we build and maintain our collections.”
David McCaslin
Library Director, Whittier College

Speakers
avatar for Scott Ahlberg

Scott Ahlberg

Chief Operations Officer, Reprints Desk /Research Solutions
Scott has decades of experience in content, document delivery, and startup businesses, starting with Dynamic Information (EbscoDoc) in the 1980s, and later as an executive at Infotrieve. He has served in various roles at Reprints Desk since 2006, providing his expertise in operational... Read More →
avatar for Tony Landolt

Tony Landolt

Head of Academic Business Development, Reprints Desk /Research Solutions
Tony Landolt is the Head of  the Academic Service at Reprints Desk. Tony has worked in the document delivery business for more than 33 years. Tony has been an active member of SLA for more than 25 years at both the local and Association levels, including having served as Program... Read More →
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Leah Rodriguez

VP of Marketing, Reprints Desk /Research Solutions


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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9:45am PDT

Engage Faculty and Students with your NewsBank Resources
Whether your institution’s library is serving faculty and students in-person, online, or somewhere in between, your partners at NewsBank are here to help.
  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 


Speakers
avatar for Karina Morgan

Karina Morgan

Senior Field Sales Representative, NewsBank, Inc


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT

9:45am PDT

Statista Demo - the Global Consumer Survey
The GCS is Statista's very own DIY analysis tool that offers insights into consumer behavior and media usage in the on- and offline world based on the data of over 3.4 billion consumers from 56 countries, who were surveyed on 50 different topics and 11,500 brands.


Speakers
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Susan Chung

Senior Key Account Manager, Statista


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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9:45am PDT

Swank Digital Campus
Swank Digital Campus provides colleges and universities with the largest academic streaming collection of its kind. With over 30,000 movies, documentaries and TV shows, Swank Digital Campus simplifies access to film by providing faculty and students a legal streaming resource both on and off campus as needed for instruction. In this session we will introduce Swank’s streaming library of films, provide an overview of the streaming platform and discuss new technology developments on the horizon.

  • This session will be recorded

Speakers
avatar for Brian Edwards

Brian Edwards

Manager, Swank Digital Campus
Swank K-12 Streaming is convenient, controlled, and connected streaming platform that makes it easy for teachers to incorporate high-quality films into lesson plans. The library includes thousands of films for educational support, including the top feature films, documentaries and... Read More →


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT

9:45am PDT

Transforming Primary Source Research- Wiley Digital Archives
This interactive and live-demo focused session will introduce and give a deep dive into Wiley Digital Archives.

For this exciting and long overdue program to digitize the world’s learned societies, Wiley has tackled some of the greatest challenges to digital research scholars, students, and librarians alike have struggled to work through for nearly 2 decades. “How do I work with datasets created in manuscript form 240 years ago without transcribing everything?”, “I’ve found all my maps, but now what do I do with them?”, “I have a large ESL student population, and they aren’t able to use most of the current digitized collections out there due to language and interface issues-  How can I support them?”, and so many more of the Big Questions are what we hope to answer. 
 
www.wileydigitalarchives.com
 
This 45-minute experience will take you deep into our incredible content, built onto a unique and advanced research platform that allows researchers to use historic documents in ways not previously possible- Exporting tables and charts, mapping and GIS tools over the largest map collection ever digitized, sharing results and images with friends and colleagues, full auto-translation of documents into over a hundred languages, and so much more. 
 
Expect a fun, engaged session full of eye-popping moments as we dig into some of the great collections on the History of Science and beyond.  Feel free to send any questions ahead of time to kwheeler@wiley.com, and we will be sure to answer them/have them prepared for you.

Speakers
KW

Kristopher Wheeler

Associate Director, Wiley


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT

9:45am PDT

What's New @ Springer Nature

Springer Nature has launched a number of new programs, initiatives, and increased support of some key current efforts. These include the continued ResearchGate partnership, library support during the pandemic, open access publishing, and Springer Nature Video.
Springer Nature has now permanently partnered with ResearchGate to provide versions of record and usage stats.
Library support and programs launched during the pandemic include free access to 500 textbooks, remote and seamless access support, and freely available COVID-19 related content.
To continue the uptake of open access articles, we have launched Tranformative journals that convert from hybrid to OA.
Lastly, we will talk about the new Springer Nature Video program in the areas of Medicine, Coding & Web design and more!

  • This session will be recorded.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Ascher

Dan Ascher

Account Development Manager, Springer Nature
Dan is the Account Development Manager for the Southwest. He has spoken at many national conferences such as ALA Midwinter & Annual, Charleston, and most recently ACRL in Cleveland, OH. He is in charge of usage statistics, discovery, and institutional marketing/promotion for the... Read More →
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Reeta Sinha

Academic Licensing Manager, Springer Nature
Reeta Sinha has been the Springer Nature Academic Licensing Manager for university libraries in the southwestern U.S for 5+ years. She has worked in academic libraries and in the library industry for over 25 years and has been an active member of professional organizations such as... Read More →


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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9:45am PDT

What's New with Bloomsbury Digital Resources
Join us as we discuss new and bestselling digital platforms in the Humanities and Social Sciences from Bloomsbury Digital Resources.





Speakers
avatar for Scott Bloom

Scott Bloom

Sr. Account Manager, Bloomsbury Digital Resources
Bloomsbury Publishing is a leading independent publishing house established in 1986. It has companies in London, New York, Sydney and Delhi. Its four divisions include Bloomsbury Academic and Professional, Bloomsbury Content Services, Bloomsbury Adult Publishing, and Bloomsbury Children's... Read More →


Thursday March 25, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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10:30am PDT

Break
Thursday March 25, 2021 10:30am - 10:45am PDT
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10:45am PDT

SCELC Virtual Meetups
In lieu of any virtual exhibit hall, this is a SCELC-hosted session in Zoom. Breakout rooms allow vendors the option to have their own conversation space, where librarians can easily find reps, drop in and say hello. At any point, attendees can leave a breakout room for another, or rejoin the main area and find people there. 
**Make sure you have the most up-to-date version of Zoom's desktop app to use the breakout rooms**

Thursday March 25, 2021 10:45am - 11:45am PDT
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11:15am PDT

De Gruyter's University Press Library - Bridging Gaps in the Scholarly Community

Through De Gruyter's University Press Library (UPL) program, many challenging gaps for both libraries and presses have been bridged.  However, numerous gaps remain, including communication gaps between libraries and presses, as well as workflow gaps.  In this session, De Gruyter will present new initiatives, webinars, and collaborations that will help bridge these gaps.

  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 


Speakers
avatar for Dave Celano

Dave Celano

Sales Director, Americas, De Gruyter
david.celano@degruyter.comDave is the Americas Sales Director at De Gruyter.


Thursday March 25, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm PDT
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11:15am PDT

Edward Elgar Publishing - Elgaronline
Introduction to Elgar annual collections with a tour of Elgaronline, the DRM free, multi user access platform for all Elgar ebooks, handbooks, reference works and journals.
An independent press, Edward Elgar’s publishing encompasses the very best research from around the world.
 
Come learn about Elgar’s annual collections in Business & Management; Economics; Law; Political Science & Public Policy; Sociology, Social Policy & Education and Geography, Planning & Tourism. Take a brief, guided tour of Elgaronline, the DRM free, multi user access platform for all Edward Elgar Publishing ebooks.

Speakers
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Sarah LeBeau

Account Manager, Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.


Thursday March 25, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm PDT
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11:15am PDT

Enhancing Digital Access to Course and Library Materials
Libraries are experiencing an increased demand for e-content along with a need to improve the speed of delivery and fulfillment. As a result, digital solutions for reading list management and document delivery have grown in importance and emerged as being vital to the delivery of course and library materials.

Gain insight into how Ex Libris resources are addressing users’ needs while improving organizational workflows in libraries today. We’ll also include a short overview of two solutions, RapidILL and Leganto, and how they can help your library drive usage in courses.

Speakers
TN

Tate Nunley

Regional VP Sales, ProQuest Ex Libris


Thursday March 25, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm PDT

11:15am PDT

Shared print and guilt-free weeding

SCELC offers a unique shared print opportunity for its members. Shared print helps secure the scholarly record, protect at-risk titles, and enable libraries to engage in guilt-free weeding. In this session, learn why SCELC is using GreenGlass as the data hub, details about the program, recent enhancements including Serials support, and how your library can get started.





Speakers
avatar for Peter Zeimet

Peter Zeimet

GreenGlass Product Specialist, OCLC
Pete is a librarian (University of Wisconsin) with experience in academic and special libraries. He has worked in library automation for 15 years, the last four years as a Product Specialist for GreenGlass.


Thursday March 25, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm PDT
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11:15am PDT

Supporting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Your Campus With EBSCO’s eBooks and Digital Archives

Learn how EBSCO’s digital collections and applications can support your library and community resources on diversity, equity and inclusion. During these critical times our hope is that students and faculty will find these resources helpful in developing a deeper understanding of these important topics.

Speakers
avatar for Sam Williams

Sam Williams

Regional Sales Manager, EBSCO Information Services
avatar for Janet

Janet

Regional Sales Manager, EBSCO Information Services


Thursday March 25, 2021 11:15am - 12:00pm PDT
 
Friday, March 26
 

9:00am PDT

FOLIO and Panorama: Library Management in the Clouds

See a demonstration of FOLIO as libraries continue to adopt it as their system of choice. See the services EBSCO integrates for efficient workflows highlighting ERM functions that provide a full solution including reporting through Panorama an EBSCO developed analytics platform. Panorama is a vendor neutral reporting tool that brings your data to life through the use of visualization software with potential to support any number of data sources. See how it is supporting libraries today!
  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 
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Speakers
avatar for Greg Padilla

Greg Padilla

Director, SaaS Innovation, EBSCO Information Services
avatar for John McDonald

John McDonald

Dir., Product Management, Analytics & Assessment, EBSCO Information Services


Friday March 26, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
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9:00am PDT

Infobase Academic Offers
For more than 75 years, educators have relied on Infobase to create learning experiences that promote information literacy, lifelong learning, and social-emotional learning - Come see what is new and get updates on some of our top resources.






Speakers
avatar for Clark Turner

Clark Turner

Senior Account Manager, Infobase
Infobase is the esteemed provider of the Infobase Media Cloud and the Infobase Learning Cloud, which deliver award-winning multimedia reference content, online tools and technology, and professional development and training solutions to the academic and library communities.Enabled... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
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9:00am PDT

IOP Publishing - New, Notable and Nobel

IOP Publishing has been delivering impact, recognition and value to the scientific community for more than 150 years, but this is the first time any of our eResources are available via SCELC. Learn more about how:
  • 15% of the most cited physics papers are published by IOPP
  • Nearly half of the world’s Physics Nobel Prize winners have published articles with IOPP including the 2020 Nobel Prize Laureates in Physics 
  • Our new eBook offers include substantial discounts for most SCELC members and include Course Texts with unlimited downloads and unlimited concurrent users.  Collections range from only 35 – 120 books. 





Speakers
HP

Hillery Pastovich

Regional Sales Manager, IOP Publishing


Friday March 26, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
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9:00am PDT

New online product launches & updates from OUP
Join us as Johanna Stevens and Emily Scott talk about all the exciting updates from Oxford University Press over the past year. We will share new pricing programs and product releases, such as Clear Your Shelves pricing program and the launch of the What Everyone Needs to Know® and Oxford World’s Classics series online. You’ll also be able to learn about new purchasing options like title-by-title purchasing option for Oxford Handbooks Online and new modules within products including Oxford Scholarship Online and Oxford Bibliographies. Add the session to your calendar to find out what else has been going on recently at Oxford University Press!

  • This session offers accessibility features in Teams with Closed Captioning, transcripts, and Light/Dark mode for users 
  • This session will be recorded





Speakers
avatar for Johanna Stevens

Johanna Stevens

Senior Sales Representative, Oxford University Press
ES

Emily Scott

Consortia Account Manager, Oxford University Press


Friday March 26, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
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9:00am PDT

Promoting social justice through content: Building diverse collections in your library
Join Adam Matthew Digital as we look at material and collections that promote discussion and spark curiosity to research and study social justice in gender, ethnicity, and race relations. We’ll be taking a close look at some of the material found within American Indian Histories and Cultures and presenting a case study from the University of Central Florida that looks at teaching using Race Relations and African American Communities.
 
We’ll also explore Quartex tools and technology that can support libraries and archives in shining a light on diverse collections and raise voices previously hidden.
 
The session will close with an opportunity for discussion between attendees and Adam Matthew Digital and Quartex representatives.





Speakers
KG

Katie Gambone

Senior Sales Manager, Quartex
AS

Alicia Sell

Head of Regional Sales, North America, Adam Matthew Digital


Friday March 26, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
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9:00am PDT

Readex Ethnic Collections: African-American, Hispanic-American, and Native-American
Product Overviews and live online demonstrations
  • This session will be recorded

Speakers
avatar for Remmel Nunn

Remmel Nunn

VP, Prod. Dev., Readex, Readex
As VP for product development I work with Academic Research Libraries to create our products. This year at SCELC I will focus on our major ETHNIC collections: African-American Newspapers (1827-1998), Hispanic American Newspapers (1808-1980) and Native American Tribal Histories (1813-1880... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:00am - 9:45am PDT

9:45am PDT

Birds, Bats, and Bears: A Virtual Tour of BioOne Complete
BioOne Complete is a full-text database of 215 independently published journals focused on biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. A trusted source for scientific research, it is  home to leading titles in agriculture and plant sciences, entomology, zoology, and biodiversity conservation.

BioOne Complete content is also highly relevant for students and researchers who wish to understand the impact of climate change on agriculture and the food supply, invasive and native species, marine and freshwater environments, and more. View the 2021 BioOne Complete title list at https://bioone.org/title-lists.

Librarians and faculty are invited to join BioOne's Christine Orr and Chelsea Tharp to get reacquainted with the collection – whether your library has an existing subscription to BioOne Complete or you’re interested in learning more about this cost-effective cross-disciplinary resource. We will tour the platform, review collection updates for 2021, and highlight the benefits of a subscription through SCELC.

Speakers
avatar for Christine Orr

Christine Orr

Director, Sales and Marketing, BioOne
avatar for Chelsea Tharp

Chelsea Tharp

North American Sales Manager, BioOne


Friday March 26, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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9:45am PDT

Don’t Hate, Educate: Gale Resources to Support Higher Education Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives on Campus
The unjust murders of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor are painful reminders of the systemic oppression faced by the black community for far too long in the United States. The time is long overdue for our nation to finally face up to the persistent racial injustice that contributed to these senseless murders and other acts of violence. All of us must accept our collective and individual responsibility to create equality, justice, and opportunity for all. Doing nothing simply perpetuates the hatred in our society. Don’t hate, educate!

Join Gale for an overview of key collections that aim to educate users on the topics of racism, civil rights, and social injustice through a variety of sources. Primary source collections serve as living artifacts of history, case studies help students evaluate social issues through an intersectional lens, and literature course collections guide students toward a deeper understanding of cultures and forms of oppression through the works of diverse and global authors.

  • This session has auto-generated captioning and will be recorded



Speakers
avatar for Heather Blaine Wiegand

Heather Blaine Wiegand

National Sales Manager, Gale, A Cengage Company
avatar for Dan Currier

Dan Currier

Account Manager, Gale


Friday March 26, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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9:45am PDT

Financial Statement Analysis and Industry Benchmarking with eStatement Studies Live Demo
Join the Risk Management Association for a demonstration of the eStatement Studies online database.  This database that is created for banks by banks, is offered to University Libraries across the globe, with access via IP Address for unlimited usage on and off campus featuring more than 700 industry benchmarking reports.  Other benefits include 2,000+ sector reports, National and Regional level breakouts, 22-years of historical data, Client Comparison worksheets, and more!  Introduce future financial professionals to the industry’s premier resource for financial statement analysis, and credit lending decisioning!

  • This session has live closed-captioning and is being recorded.



Speakers
avatar for Shea Scarpa

Shea Scarpa

Manager, Risk Management Association
Hello!  My name is Shea Scarpa Gardner, Manager here at the Risk Management Association.  I currently am the product owner/manager of the Annual Statement Studies, which is a compilation of industry benchmarking reports, featuring balance sheet and income statement line items, in... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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9:45am PDT

Introduction to Mindscape Commons and Policy Commons

NEW from Coherent Digital...

Mindscape Commons is the first project to document and deliver immersive and interactive videos and virtual reality (VR) experiences for teaching in counseling, social work, and psychology.

Policy Commons is the first platform to bring together more than 2 million policy documents from 21,100 organizations globally.

Both are focused on preserving “wild content” that’s scattered around the internet and in danger of disappearing—now stable, discoverable, and permanently protected in these projects. Each is the largest discovery service in its subject, linking users to original content, licensed premium content, and open content, much of it otherwise hard to find. Both projects are collaborative; they allow members to upload items and include other community features.




Speakers
avatar for Lenny Rogers

Lenny Rogers

Coherent Digital
avatar for Eileen Lawrence

Eileen Lawrence

VP of Sales and Chief Inspiration Officer, Coherent Digital
Hello from the Washington DC / Maryland area, where spring has finally arrived!  Let's talk about Coherent Digital's two flagship projects:Mindscape Commons is the first project to document and deliver hundreds of immersive and interactive videos and virtual reality (VR)  expe... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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9:45am PDT

SAGE Product Updates 2021

After listening to feedback and learning more about the wide diversity of data needs, our Data Planet team worked tirelessly throughout 2020 on creating a simplified and sleek interface that highlights our existing tools and best serves customers of all levels. Join this session to see the new platform and how it can serve your end users.

Also in the session, you’ll see the newest SAGE resources and offers including:
  • SAGE Research Methods Data Visualization
  • SAGE Research: Methods Medicine & Health
  • SAGE Business Cases 2021
  • SAGE Video 2021 Collection Updates and EBA coming this Fall
  • SAGE Knowledge EBA
  • SAGE Journal Deep Backfile

This session will be recorded.

Enter to win!

Enter for a chance to win one of three Amazon gift cards.

To enter, complete the following three steps:

  1. Complete this exercise in the Data Planet platform
  2. Send your response to the discussion questions to diana.aleman@sagepub.com
  3. Attend the SAGE session on March 26th at 9:45am (you must be present at the session to be eligible to win)


Speakers
avatar for Dan Paskett

Dan Paskett

Library Sales Manager, SAGE Publishing
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Lee Sutherlin

Library Sales Manager, SAGE Publishing


Friday March 26, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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9:45am PDT

Social Explorer and Zero Text Cost Options for Your Campus
Social Explorer, the market leading data visualization and mapping tool, will demonstrate the functionality of Social Explorer and show you how to integrate real-world data into courses taught on campus. We will present our new Teach & Learn Modules that support zero text cost options on campus.  Social Explorer is cross-disciplinary, supporting the social sciences, history, public health, business, environmental science, and much more.
  • This session's recording is now available. Add this session to your schedule to access the link. 

Speakers
JH

Jeffrey Hahn

Director of Academic Sales and Product Development, Social Explorer, Llc


Friday March 26, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am PDT
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10:45am PDT

Break
Friday March 26, 2021 10:45am - 11:00am PDT
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11:00am PDT

SCELC Meetups and Closing Remarks
In lieu of any virtual exhibit hall, this is a SCELC-hosted session in Zoom. Breakout rooms allow vendors the option to have their own conversation space, where librarians can easily find reps, drop in and say hello. At any point, attendees can leave a breakout room for another, or rejoin the main area and find people there. 
**Make sure you have the most up-to-date version of Zoom's desktop app to use the breakout rooms**

Speakers
avatar for Rick Burke

Rick Burke

Executive Director, SCELC
A long-time attendee of the Charleston Conference, I lead SCELC, a library consortium based in downtown Los Angeles. Since SCELC is very active in licensing e-resources I have spoken at past pre-conferences on negotiation and on e-resource management. I enjoy talking about consortia... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
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