ATG Original: Seeking Long-term Solutions to the Future of Collections: Part 2 – Collective Collections

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Free Webcast: Transform Your Catalog: One University’s Experience with BIBFRAME-based Discovery

Wednesday, January 22, 2:00 pm ETSponsored by Innovative Register Now! Description: Stephanie Kaceli, Library Director at Cairn University, will share Cairn’s involvement and testing with Innovative’s new library platform, Inspire Discovery. Then Martha Rice...

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ATG Newsflash: All of the 2019 Penthouse Suite Interviews are Now Available!

Last week the Charleston Conference and Against the Grain released an initial selection from the 2019 Charleston Conference “Views from the Penthouse Suite” video interviews. These interviews were recorded in the Bridgeview Penthouse Suite of the historic Francis...

The 2019 Charleston Conference Goes Viral

Reports and observations The New Normal? Reflections on the Charleston Library Conference 2019 - In this thoughtful post, Claire Sewell, Research Support Librarian, Physical Sciences at University of Cambridge offers highlights from this year's Charleston Conference....

ATG Original: Seeking Long-term Solutions to the Future of Collections: Part 2 – Collective Collections

By Nancy K. Herther In a 2010 blog post, Google estimated that, according to their advanced...

Free Webcast: Transform Your Catalog: One University’s Experience with BIBFRAME-based Discovery

Wednesday, January 22, 2:00 pm ETSponsored by Innovative Register Now! Description: Stephanie...

ATG Original: Seeking Long-Term Solutions to the Future of Collections: Part 1 – Operating in a Connected World

by Nancy Herther In September the Pew Research Center released a survey which found that “roughly...

ATG Newsflash: All of the 2019 Penthouse Suite Interviews are Now Available!

Last week the Charleston Conference and Against the Grain released an initial selection from the...

The 2019 Charleston Conference Goes Viral

Reports and observations The New Normal? Reflections on the Charleston Library Conference 2019 -...

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