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Friday, November 4 • 2:30pm - 3:10pm
Moneyball 2.0: Where are we today?

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Based on the success of last years' session at Charleston, librarians will hear from our panel where are today using the idea of playing Moneyball in librarianship.

In the current information landscape, it is important for libraries and publishers to develop collaborative relationships to better understand user needs from a variety of perspectives. By working together to building collective knowledge around discovery, access and usage trends this information impacts and institutions' collection development. In this session, we'll review where Columbia, Rutgers and Syracuse are today in using data to make decisions.

One year later hear from our librarians who played Moneyball in librarianship and what a difference it has made in how they use data to make decisions and the impact it has had.

Speakers
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Tommy Doyle

Senior Vice President and General Manager of RELX’s Science & Technology Research Reference Business, Elsevier
Tommy Doyle is the Senior Vice President and General Manager of RELX’s Science & Technology Research Reference Business (formerly known as the Science & Technology Books Group). He is responsible for delivering overall performance and ensures the business is positioned for future growth. Tommy leverages big data signals from across Elsevier’s unique platforms and services to drive organic and inorganic investments for their... Read More →
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Melissa Goertzen

Collection Development Analysis & Support Librarian, Columbia University Libraries
I am the Collection Development Analysis & Support Librarian at Columbia University. Much of my work involves monitoring budgets, examining business models, and analyzing workflows. In 2016, I completed a two year assessment project that examined how e-books are used for research, teaching, and learning activities . The results informed collection development best practices and recommendations for continued e-book services. To learn more... Read More →
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Gracemary Smulewitz

Head, Distributed Technical Services, Rutgers University Libraries
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Scott Warren

Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship, Syracuse University
Scott is the Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship at the Syracuse University Libraries. He provides strategic guidance for collection management, scholarly communication, and subject liaison librarian services. The department he leads plays a pivotal role in enhancing research, teaching and learning at Syracuse University. His progressively more responsible positions have included Head of Collections at SU Libraries and Associate... Read More →


Friday November 4, 2016 2:30pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard Center 95 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401