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Wednesday, November 2 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Exclusively Serials: The Art, the Business and Best Practices

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This program will focus on the world of serials – magazines and journals, print and electronic, individual titles and packages. This program will offer content for the novice to the expert serials professional as well as publishers and vendors.

The first half of the session will feature a panel of acquisition and collection development librarians who will share their insights on the library facing aspects of collection development and collection management from selection to renewals, format changes and to ultimately in some cases, non-renewal.

The second half of the session will address the external facing business aspects of serials purchasing. Topics will include how serials vendors are compensated, service charge is calculated and points to consider when issuing a bid, RFI or RFP. Service agreements and contracts and suggestions for a successful library vendor relationship will be addressed.

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Bosch

Stephen Bosch

Budget and Licensing, University of Arizona
Stephen Bosch has been involved with various aspects of acquisitions, collection development and library administrative services during his 35 year tenure at the University of Arizona. He has held positions as Acquisitions Librarian and Coordinator for Collection Development, Information Access Librarian, Financial and Administrative Services Librarian as well as his current position. Nationally, he has been chair of many ALA committees, and has... Read More →
avatar for Justin Clarke

Justin Clarke

Regional Sale Manager, HARRASSOWITZ
Justin Clarke is the Product Manager and Regional Sales Manager East at HARRASSOWITZ Booksellers and Subscription Agents, where he has worked for the past 11 years.  Prior to joining HARRASSOWITZ, Justin worked in Technical Services at Swarthmore College Library and was the SFX administrator for the TriCollege Consortium.  He also worked in Collection Development at Temple University where he set up his first approval plan with... Read More →
avatar for Tina Feick

Tina Feick

Director Sales and Marketing, North America, HARRASSOWITZ
Tina held serials librarian positions at the Free Library of Philadelphia and Princeton University. After 10 years, she joined Blackwell's Periodicals Division (Oxford, UK) as the first "Serials Specialist". She is presently Director of Sales and Marketing, North America for Harrassowitz. As a founding member and former President of NASIG, Tina received the first NASIG Champion Award. From ALCTS, Tina was awarded the Ulrich's Serials Librarian... Read More →
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Kittie Henderson

Vice President and Chief Librarian, EBSCO Information Services
Kittie Henderson is Vice President and Chief Librarian of the Subscription Division of EBSCO Information Services.  Since she joined EBSCO in 1992, Kittie has worked with librarians and EBSCO staff to expand services to all types of libraries.  Kittie has been one of the co-authors of the annual Library Journal Serials Pricing article since 2010 and holds an MLS from the University of Alabama.
avatar for Jesse Holden

Jesse Holden

Account Services Manager, EBSCO Information Services
Jesse is the former Head of Acquisitions at the University of Southern California. He is an instructor for the online ALCTS course "Fundamentals of Electronic Resource Acquisitons." The second edition of his book, "Acquisitions: Core Competencies and Practices" was published in September by ALA-Neal Schuman.
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Gracemary Smulewitz

Head, Distributed Technical Services, Rutgers University Libraries


Wednesday November 2, 2016 9:00am - 12:00pm
Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard Marriott 125 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401