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Shared Print Events – January/February 2023

  • WEST New Archivers Orientationrecording
  • PAN Midwinter 2023
  • PAN Water Cooler
      • The PAN Water Cooler is an informal get-together for shared print practitioners to talk about topics raised at the PAN Forum (or other shared print topics that did not come up at the PAN Forum) and connect with colleagues across the country.  
      • Date: Monday Jan 30, 9-10am PT / 10-11am MT / 11-12pm CT
      • Registration:
  • Joint Partnership/Rosemont Program Updates
  • NISO Webinar: Collaborative Collections: Shifts in Collection Development, Resource Sharing, and Managementregistration fee
      • Libraries around the world  see collaboration as a viable solution for providing access to a wide range of information resources and collections. Initiatives such as the US Ivy Plus Confederation – a union of 13 academic libraries working together to improve discovery of and access to information by leveraging their collective assets – have already served as a proof of concept. Changes in the economic environment mean that these sorts of adaptations will become more commonplace, if not essential to ensuring that library services are efficient, effective, and engaging. In this roundtable discussion, practitioners and decision-makers will discuss what is needed to effectively manage collaborative collections and emerging support needs. What work needs to be done? What kind of systems would be useful?  What hurdles need to be overcome?
      • Date: Wednesday Feb 8, 8-9:30am PT / 9-10:30am MT / 10-11:30am CT / 11-12:30pm ET
      • Event page and registration link:
  • 7th Kuopio Conferencerecordings
      • The 7th Kuopio Conference was hosted by the University of Vienna in early September 2022. “Under the main title “Review and Renew: Changing Strategies in Collection Management” library professionals, scientists and representatives of major Publishers will present their approaches to challenges like preservation policies, evaluation of archiving projects, economic models, metadata and other related topics.”
      • Conference info:
      • Conference program with links to presentations:
      • Note: Not all presentations have been uploaded yet. Presentation recordings and slide deck PDFs will be added as they come available.