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Budgets on My Mind: Changing Budget Allocations to Meet Teaching and Research Needs

Denise D. Novak, Carnegie Mellon University

Budgets on My Mind: Changing Budget Allocations to Meet Teaching and Research Needs: University of Washington Case Study

Corey Murata, University of Washington Libraries
Denise Pan, University of Washington Libraries

Destroyer and Preserver, Hear, Oh Hear! Not All Uncirculated Books Must Chariotest to a Dark Wintry Bed: How We Used the OCLC WorldCat Search API to Inform Our Weeding Decisions with Holdings Data

Geoffrey P. Timms, College of Charleston

Doing the Math: Discovering Infinity Transitioning Monograph Standing Orders from Print to Online and Deriving a Variable Formula for Success

Kat McGrath, University of British Columbia
Mayu Ishida, University of British Columbia

From Acquisitions to Collection Development

Dave Gall, University of Waterloo

From the Winter of Messy Data into the Spring of Standardization: E-Book Vendor Data Reenvisioned

Bonita Pollock, University of South Florida Libraries
Brian Falato, University of South Florida Libraries
Xiying Mi, University of South Florida Libraries

Getting E-Books into Courses: How Libraries Can Partner with Faculty to Ease the Textbook Affordability Crisis

Dave Comeaux, Louisiana State University
Kara Kroes Li, EBSCO Information Services
Jeanne A. Pavy, University of New Orleans

Identifying Errors in Periodical Holdings Statements: How AUL Improved Its Outdated ILS Records

Sandra G. Urban, Adelphi University

Libraries, Authors, and Literary Estates: The Complex Case of Rosenbach v. Sendak (2016)

Patrick Roughen, North Carolina Central University

Like a Hurricane: A Brief Narrative on the Recent Developments of the Print Reference Collection at the University of Winnipeg

Michael Hohner, University of Winnipeg

Managing the Changing Climate of Business Collections

Katharine V. Macy, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Heather A. Howard, Purdue University
Alyson S. Vaaler, Texas A&M University

On the Winds of Change: Repositories, Researchers and Technologies: The 18th Health Sciences Lively Lunch Discussion

Jean Gudenas, Medical University of South Carolina
Ramune K. Kubilius, Northwestern University
Anthony Watkinson, CIBER Research
John Felts, Coastal Carolina University

Popular Reading Collections in Academic Libraries: Goals, Parameters, and Campus Reactions

Carol Cramer, Wake Forest University
Hilary Davis, NC State University
Suchi Mohanty, UNC-Chapel Hill
Lynn Whittenberger, NC State University

Publishers, We Love You But You’re Bringing Us Down: The Failure of Vendor-Supplied MARC Records

Tina Herman Buck, University of Central Florida
Sara Duff, University of Central Florida
Kim Montgomery, University of Central Florida

“Scrumming” the Library Materials Budget: A Serendipitous Application of an Agile Project Management Framework

Raimonda Margjoni, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries
Michelle McClure, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries

Shared Print Initiatives

Chris Palazzolo, Emory University
Lars Meyer, Emory University

Simplifying the Collections Budget to Maximize Flexibility and Increase Responsiveness to User Needs

Denise Koufogiannakis, University of Alberta
Denise Pan, University of Washington

Springing for Student Textbooks? Exploring New Directions for Library Collections

Alexandria C. Quesenberry, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Paul C. Gahn, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
G. Randall Watts, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Streaming Video PDA: Brace Yourself, Usage Is Coming

Marianne Foley, SUNY Buffalo State

Sudden Collections Coordinators: When You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

Ariel F. Pomputius, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries,
Megan M. Daly, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries,
Trey Shelton, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries,
Patrick J. Reakes, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries,
Tara T. Cataldo, University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries,

Textbooks Are Expensive, But OER Can Be Challenging: Providing E-Textbook Access Through the Library

Brian W. Boling, Temple University
Karen Kohn, Temple University

The E-Book Story: The Key to a Happy Ending

Denise Branch, Virginia Commonwealth University
Katy Aronoff, Ex Libris
Evelyn Elias, Taylor & Francis
Emma Waecker, EBSCO

Using a Community of Practice Approach to Transform: How an Academic Library Collections Unit Reorganized to Meet Growing Demands for E-Resources and Services During a Time of Institutional Change

John Abresch, University of South Florida