Conference Program

8:30-8:55amRegistration (Refreshments)
9:10-9:50am Resource Sharing Committee and FirstSearch Committee Report
9:50-10:45am OCLC Updates - Tony Melvin, OCLC
10:45-11:35amInfoExpress Updates - Nicole Brock, Indiana State Library
Matthew Straub, NOW Courier
11:40-12:40pmLunch served in the Indiana Authors Room
1:00pm-1:50pmBreak-Out Session (Choose One)
Electronic Resources Licensing as a Public Service - Nathan Rupp, Director of Technical Services and Information Technology Purdue University Fort Wayne
This session will show how the technical services function of electronic resources licensing is related to improved public services in the library through the negotiation of such licensing terms as means of authentication for e-resources, availability of bibliographic metadata for e-resources, e-resource accessibility, e-resource delivery via mobile devices, manipulation of data in e-resources, and use of e-resources in different types of teaching and learning environments.
The Ultimate Resource Sharing; Bridging Public and School Libraries
Diane Huerkamp, Executive Director
Mooresville Public Library
Megan Edwards, Teen Outreach Librarian

Mooresville Public Library and the Mooresville Consolidation School Corporation
Huerkamp and Edwards will share the successful collaboration between their public library and local school corporation, where a certified teacher was jointly hired by the public library and school to serve as both a middle school media specialist during the school year and public library teen librarian during the summer.
2:00-2:30pmDiscussion Reports on Break-Out Topics
2:30-2:45pmBreak (Refreshments)
2:45-3:30pmBreak-Out Session Two (Choose One)
Delivering Open Access
Micah Gjeltema
Open Content and Digital Publishing Librarian
Ball State University

Are many of your ILL requests submitted by users unsure of an article’s value? A growing number of traditionally published articles are legally posted in institutional and disciplinary repositories, often in the form of an author’s accepted manuscript (AAM). While these Open Access (OA) copies are not always the final published version of record, the differences are generally limited to layout and minor copyediting, and the structural content of each version is typically identical. If individuals making ILL requests are not certain about the content and value of a requested article, access to an AAM conclusively establishes whether or not an ILL fulfillment is necessary, saving the library expense and staff time. This session will introduce useful tools and strategies for identifying OA versions of requested articles as a means of satisfying expensive and sometimes unnecessary requests to improve ILL resource management.
Enhancing D2D through library development
Noah Brubaker, Associate Director, Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (PALNI)

Modern library systems are increasing the capabilities for enhancements and functionality via application programming interfaces (API's). PALNI has leveraged API's and open source software to enhance the discovery to delivery process. This session will provide examples of work completed and in-process to date including: OneButton, which is used to route requests to the most appropriate fulfillment path. Gochiso, which can be used to mitigate ILL requests for material already accessibly via the library. An example of a library stack map for routing patrons to the shelving location for items which are available on the shelf in the library. Time permitting, there will be a brief overview of a course reading list tool and short discussion of ideas for collaboration.
3:30-4:00pmDiscussion Reports on Break-Out Topics