[mtx-ref] NISO and CoD/Library Learning Network

Mary Parker m-park1 at umn.edu
Mon Nov 8 12:36:29 CST 2010


Don’t forget to register for the upcoming on-site NISO and College of
DuPage/Library Learning Network webinars. 


The Case of the Disappearing Journal: Solving the Title Transfer and Online
Display Mystery (from NISO)


Wednesday, November 10, 2010
12:00 - 1:30 p.m. (Central Time)


 


Minitex Conference Room


15 Andersen Library, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN


 


To register for this on-site webinar, go to
https://www.minitex.umn.edu/Events/Niso/#journal


About The Case of the Disappearing Journal: Solving the Title Transfer and
Online Display Mystery:  Have you ever searched the Web for a journal that
you thought ought to be available online but not found it, only to learn
later that it was available all along? Perhaps you've linked out from your
library’s online catalog or A-Z e-journal list only to find that the title
you expected was no longer available at the site linked to. Or maybe you
have had occasion to search a database for a journal using an ISSN and ended
up surprised with and confused by the results.


How journals are presented online, how they are identified, and how they are
transferred from one publisher or platform provider to another can leave
researchers, students -- and even librarians -- confused and frustrated.
This webinar will discuss sevearl initiatives that are designed to alleviate
this problem.

Presentations include: E-Journal Presentation & Identification: Developing
Recommended Practices by Regina Reynolds, ISSN Coordinator, Library of
Congress; ISSN-L <http://www.issn.org/2-22637-What-is-an-ISSN-L.php> : The
Linking ISSN by Françoise Pelle, Director, ISSN International Center; xISSN
<http://www.oclc.org/xissn/default.htm>  Web Service: Exposing Serials
Identifiers, Relationships, and Metadata by Karen Coombs, Product Manager,
OCLC Developer Network; and UKSG Transfer Code of Practice
<http://www.uksg.org/transfer>  by Ed Pentz, Executive Director, CrossRef.

	

Redesigning Today’s Public Services: Focus on Reference (College of
DuPage/Library Learning Network)


Friday, November 12, 2010

11:00 – 12:30 p.m. (Central Time)

 


Minitex Conference Room


15 Andersen Library, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN


 

To register for this on-site webinar, go to
https://www.minitex.umn.edu/Events/Teleconferences/#services

 

Marie Radford, Ph.D., just back from Reference Renaissance 2010 in Denver,
Colorado, and co-editor of Reference Renaissance: Current and Future Trends,
will talk with you about re-designing library public services, focusing on
reference.  The program will explore how reference services are evolving by
incorporating new technologies, modes of delivery, and new staffing models.
And how do we assess this new style of reference service? 

 

Marie Radford,Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at Rutgers, the State
University of New Jersey’s School of Communication & Information and a
leading library consultant.  

 

 

Mary Parker, Associate Director

Minitex

15 Andersen Library

222 21st Avenue South

University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN  55455-0439

 

612-624-1024 or 800-462-5348

fax 612-624-4508

 <mailto:m-park1 at umn.edu> m-park1 at umn.edu

 

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