Working together in difficult times:

strategies for e-resource budgeting, negotiation and collection review

JIBS workshop, Thursday 2nd December 2010

King's Manor, York.


10-10.30

Arrival, registration and coffee

10.30

Welcome from chair and outline for the day Gary Horrocks.

10.35

Keynote: Sally Curry (RIN).  Sally will discuss the recent report

Challenges for academic libraries in difficult economic times produced by RIN in association with SCONUL and CIBER. (PPT).

11.15

David Prosser (RLUK) Reassessing the Value Proposition. Towards a Fair Price for Scholarly Journals. (PPT)

11.45

Martin Gill (University of Leeds) "W(h)ither the big deal? Is e-journal purchase about to fragment?" (PPT)

12.15

Tony Kidd - SHEDL (Scottish Higher Education Digital Library) - Negotiating together: the present and future role of consortia in academic library purchasing (PPT)

12.45-1.15pm

 

LUNCH

1.15-1.45pm

JIBS AGM including a presentation by the winner of the JIBS student dissertation prize 2010, Nicky Ransom. (PPT)

1.45

Liam Earney (JISC Collections) - Driving a hard bargain: negotiating the NESLI2 deals and the prospects for the coming round (PPT)

2.15-3.15

Group discussions:"Your ideal model licence".

3.30

Stephen Town (York) - Facing the future - round-up and overview (PPT)

4pm

CLOSE

 

 

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For enquiries about the event, please contact Louise Cole (louise.cole@kingston.ac.uk) or Catherine Parker (c.s.parker@hud.ac.uk).

 

If you are interested in joining or learning more about JIBS please go to the JIBS User Group website at www.jibs.ac.uk.