Information resources management, Electronic information resources -- Management, Library science
TERMS: Techniques for Electronic Resource Management has been a developing crowdsourced project to provide the best practices for electronic resource management. This workshop will focus on the creation of workflows from the six functional areas of electronic resource lifecycle for varying types of resources: ebooks, ejournals/back-files/databases, and archive collections.
This workshop builds on the ALA-Pre-Conference given in Summer 2013. This session will be more hands-on and activity focused with groups reporting back to the whole workshop on ideas developed in smaller teams. This will enable attendees to take best practice from the TERMS project and lessons learned in a practical and applicable way by the end of the workshop.
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Emery, Jill and Stone, Graham, "Developing Workflow from TERMS: Techniques for Electronic Resource Management" (2014). Library Faculty Publications and Presentations. 150.