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Electronic Resource Management in Libraries: Research and Practice Table of Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgements PART I. HISTORIC OVERVIEW, STRATEGIC PLANNING, AND USAGE STATISTICS Chapter 1. History of Electronic Resources Dalene Hawthorne, Emporia State University Chapter 2. Strategic Planning for Electronic Resource Management Melissa Holmberg & Bobby Bothmann, Minnesota State University, Mankato Chapter 3. Electronic Usage Statistics Pat Hults, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute PART II. WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT AND COMPETENCIES OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCE LIBRAIANS Chapter 4. Selecting and Managing Electronic Resources Smita Joshipura, Arizona State University Chapter 5. Sharing the Albatross of e-resources management Workflow Jodi Poe Mary Bevis, John-Bauer Graham, Bethany Latham, & Kimberly W. Stevens, Jacksonville State University Chapter 6. Process Mapping for Electronic Resources Management ¿ A Lesson from Business Models Marianne Afifi, California State University, Northridge Chapter 7. Evolving Roles for Electronic Resource Librarians Debra H. Engel & Sarah Robbins, University of Oklahoma PART III . COPYRIGHT AND LICENSING Chapter 8. The Evolution of License Content Trisha L. Davis & Celeste Feather, Ohio State University Chapter 9. Copyright Implications and Applications for Electronic Resource Management Aline Soules, California State University, East Bay Donna Ferullo, Purdue University Chapter 10. Negotiating Licenses for Electronic Resources--Tactics, Terms, and Process Kincaid Brown, University of Michigan Law Library PART IV. WORKING WITH ELECTRONIC RESOURCES Chapter 11. Working With Database and E-Journal Vendors to Ensure Quality for End Users Heather Christenson & Sherry Willhite, California Digital Library Chapter 12. One-Stop Shopping for Journal Holdings Janet Crum, Oregon Health & Science University Chapter 13. Beyond OpenURL: Technologies for Linking Library Resources George Boston & Randle J. Gedeon, Western Michigan University Chapter 14. Authentication and Access Management of Electronic Resources Carlos Rodriguez & Bin Zhang, California State University, Sacramento Chapter 15. Using Consistent Naming Conventions for Library Electronic Resources Diana Kichuk, University of Saskatchewan, Canada PART V. ELECTRONIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (ERMS) Chapter 16. Standards--The Structural Underpinnings Of Electronic Resource Management Systems Ted Koppel, ExLibris Inc. Chapter 17. Challenges and possibilities in the time of ERM Yvonne Zhang, California State University, Pomona Chapter 18. Panorama of Electronic Resource Management Systems Margaret Hogarth & Viki Bloom (editor), University of California, Riverside Chapter 19. The Impact of Locally Developed Electronic Resource Management Systems Marie Kennedy, University of Southern California Chapter 20. The Future of Electronic Resource Management Systems: Inside and Out Ted Fons, Innovative Interfaces Inc. Chapter 21. In the Eye of the Storm ERM Systems Guiding Libraries¿ Future Ted Koppel, ExLibris Inc. Key Terms and Their Definitions Author Information Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Libraries -- Special collections -- Electronic information resources.
Electronic information resources -- Management.