Other posts about ASERL Summertime Summit

Today I thought I’d check if anyone else had written about ASERL’s Summertime Summit in Atlanta. I found two blog posts, a slide deck, and a video.

Wake Forest U Librarians wrote about the summit.

http://cloud.lib.wfu.edu/blog/pd/2013/08/21/aserl-summertime-summit-2013-liaison-roles-in-open-access-data-management-equal-parts-inspiration-perspiration/

And Robin Sinn from JHU also did a summary. http://jhulibrariestravel.blogspot.com/2013/08/i-attended-aserl-association-of.html

Kathy Crowe, UNC at Greensboro, talked in Breakout Session I didn’t attend, “Library staffing/responsibility models for data management and open access”. Her talk, entitled ‘Models for Liaison Services’ is up on SlideShare. http://www.slideshare.net/kmcrowe/liaison-staffing-models

And Georgia Tech Library has Sayeed Choudhury’s opening keynote in their repository. You can get video, audio, or the pdf of the slides. http://hdl.handle.net/1853/48696

 

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