Event Title

Vendor Lightning Rounds

Presenter Information

Location

Ballroom

Document Type

Panel

Start Date

14-5-2019 9:00 AM

End Date

14-5-2019 9:45 AM

Description

The following vendors will present during the lightning rounds:

  • Casalini Libri - Casalini's Torrossa full text platform: one stop shop for scholarly materials from Romance Languages Countries.
    The presentation will give a brief overview of the Torrossa platform, the breadth and depth of the coverage it offers, and its unique approach to licensing. We will also give a sneak peek at the forthcoming new Torrossa website that will be released by the end of summer 2019.
  • Credo - What’s New!
    The world of academic libraries never stops evolving, and neither does Credo Reference! In this session, Jeremy Link will highlight recent updates and additions to the company’s popular research platform and instructional tools. See why Choice recognized Credo Online Reference Service as an Outstanding Academic Title, and how its refreshed user-interface, expanded Real-time Reference content, and the new Research QuickTips feature help librarians teach students about the research process. Attendees will also learn about Credo’s Learning Tools, which combine innovative technology and proven pedagogy to support foundational skills instruction in classrooms, on-demand, or at the point-of-need.
  • EBSCO – Updates on FOLIO, Ebooks and EBSCONET
    David Glaser – Overview of FOLIO and development status
    Terrie Kelty – EBSCO DRM eBooks and special offers – great options for one time only year end money
    Jamie Ashworth – New Enhancements for EBSCONET including the CART renewal
  • GOBI - Improving your Ordering Process with the GobiAPI
    GOBI® is the leading web-based acquisitions tool for finding, ordering and managing e-books and print books for your library. The GobiAPI provides substantial time-savings, instantly transmitting order data from GOBI into your local ILS. Within seconds, an order record is created, and unique PO data is transmitted back to GOBI for the efficient continuation of the acquisition workflow, with no FTP, no “next-day” retrieval of order data and no manual creation of orders. See how the GobiAPI can provide instant and significant improvements in your order process.
  • Project Muse - "What's Your Project on MUSE?"
    We'll review our recent site redesign driven by MUSE OPEN content parameters; We'll look at our Admin Portal and the new MyMUSE accounts; And explore our Evidence Based Acquisitions program, with over 36,000 titles to offer your library users
  • Springer Nature -No DRaMa: Springer Nature eBooks
    Springer Nature is the largest academic publisher of STM and HSS content with more than 230K eBooks, featuring:
    1. Ownership/continuing access to purchased titles
    2. DRM-free
    3. Subject Collections include Textbooks, Reference works, monographs, series titles and briefs, only 1/5th of which are available through aggregators who do not currently offer DRM-free content, limiting rights and usability.
    4. PDF, HTML, and ePub format, readable on any device.
    5. Unlimited chapter or full book download
    6. Unlimited simultaneous users
    7. Unlimited printing with Print-on-demand feature.
    8. Librarian’s Website including Metadata Downloader Tool. Free Enhanced MARC records through OCLC

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May 14th, 9:00 AM May 14th, 9:45 AM

Vendor Lightning Rounds

Ballroom

The following vendors will present during the lightning rounds:

  • Casalini Libri - Casalini's Torrossa full text platform: one stop shop for scholarly materials from Romance Languages Countries.
    The presentation will give a brief overview of the Torrossa platform, the breadth and depth of the coverage it offers, and its unique approach to licensing. We will also give a sneak peek at the forthcoming new Torrossa website that will be released by the end of summer 2019.
  • Credo - What’s New!
    The world of academic libraries never stops evolving, and neither does Credo Reference! In this session, Jeremy Link will highlight recent updates and additions to the company’s popular research platform and instructional tools. See why Choice recognized Credo Online Reference Service as an Outstanding Academic Title, and how its refreshed user-interface, expanded Real-time Reference content, and the new Research QuickTips feature help librarians teach students about the research process. Attendees will also learn about Credo’s Learning Tools, which combine innovative technology and proven pedagogy to support foundational skills instruction in classrooms, on-demand, or at the point-of-need.
  • EBSCO – Updates on FOLIO, Ebooks and EBSCONET
    David Glaser – Overview of FOLIO and development status
    Terrie Kelty – EBSCO DRM eBooks and special offers – great options for one time only year end money
    Jamie Ashworth – New Enhancements for EBSCONET including the CART renewal
  • GOBI - Improving your Ordering Process with the GobiAPI
    GOBI® is the leading web-based acquisitions tool for finding, ordering and managing e-books and print books for your library. The GobiAPI provides substantial time-savings, instantly transmitting order data from GOBI into your local ILS. Within seconds, an order record is created, and unique PO data is transmitted back to GOBI for the efficient continuation of the acquisition workflow, with no FTP, no “next-day” retrieval of order data and no manual creation of orders. See how the GobiAPI can provide instant and significant improvements in your order process.
  • Project Muse - "What's Your Project on MUSE?"
    We'll review our recent site redesign driven by MUSE OPEN content parameters; We'll look at our Admin Portal and the new MyMUSE accounts; And explore our Evidence Based Acquisitions program, with over 36,000 titles to offer your library users
  • Springer Nature -No DRaMa: Springer Nature eBooks
    Springer Nature is the largest academic publisher of STM and HSS content with more than 230K eBooks, featuring:
    1. Ownership/continuing access to purchased titles
    2. DRM-free
    3. Subject Collections include Textbooks, Reference works, monographs, series titles and briefs, only 1/5th of which are available through aggregators who do not currently offer DRM-free content, limiting rights and usability.
    4. PDF, HTML, and ePub format, readable on any device.
    5. Unlimited chapter or full book download
    6. Unlimited simultaneous users
    7. Unlimited printing with Print-on-demand feature.
    8. Librarian’s Website including Metadata Downloader Tool. Free Enhanced MARC records through OCLC