Forthcoming NISO Webinars in October and November 2017.
Mark your calendars for these dates in October and November! NISO offers a variety of registration options. Three webinars address strategic planning, authentication management, and harmonizing metadata.
If you're not a member of NISO, our fee structure allows your organization to gather an unlimited number of staff in a conference or classroom setting to view the event on the day of the broadcast. Access to an archived recording of the event is always included in your registration fee, regardless of membership status.
NISO's Library Standards Alliance (LSA) members automatically receive access to all of the fourteen 90-minute webinars offered by NISO as a member benefit. (You can check your institutional membership status here.)
Wednesday, October 18: Strategic Directions: Strategic Thinking - Five Years Ahead (NISO Webinar)
This webinar will be driven by discussion of five significant trends (as identified by the global community of libraries) and their long-term ramifications. How are emerging technologies re-shaping existing legal protections and what does that reshaping mean for users and providers of digital content in a networked world? Can we rely on online education technologies to produce a more highly educated workforce? Will the networks of information and communication technologies enable collaboration as anticipated? How much personal data ought a provider to expect in exchange for content access? How far does the right to privacy extend? Information and communication technologies (ICT) are having an impact on human interactions and transactions. How will those transactions look in 2022?
Confirmed Speakers: Keith Webster, Dean of Libraries, Carnegie Mellon University;
Sayeed Choudhury, Associate Dean for Research Data Management; Hodson Director of the Digital Research and Curation Center, Johns Hopkins University; Rick Luce, Dean, University Libraries, University of Oklahoma; and MacKenzie Smith, University Librarian, University of California – Davis.
Paying by credit card? Register online here.
Wednesday, November 1 and Wednesday, November 15: Engineering Access Under the Hood (NISO Two-Part Webinar)
The first half of this two-part webinar program (scheduled for November 1) will provide an overview of the current landscape of options available to academic institutions for ensuring and streamlining access to materials by legitimate users. What’s working, which technological approaches may be outdated, and what needs to be done (research, technology upgrades, etc.) to resolve related problems?
The second half of this webinar (scheduled for November 15) will provide an overview of the issues associated with delivering quality metadata by and to various stakeholders. Based on comments heard at conferences and in meetings, it’s an old issue. But what are the existing barriers to delivering reliable metadata? What improvements might be made in the process? What stands in the way of successful implementation?
November 1 (Part One): Engineering Access Under the Hood: Challenges of Identity and Authentication Management
Confirmed Speakers: Judy Luther, President, Informed Strategies; Phil Leahy, Services Relationship Manager, Eduserv and Jon Bentley, OpenAthens Commercial Director, Eduserv; Ellen Rotenberg, Director, Product Management, Platform Capabilities and Services, Clarivate Analytics, and Rick Stevenson, Manager, Tech Operations, Clarivate Analytics.
November 15 (Part Two): Engineering Access Under the Hood: Enhancing & Harmonizing Metadata for Discovery & Use
Confirmed Speakers: Patricia Payton, Senior Manager, Provider Relations, Proquest/Bowker; Scott Anderson, Associate Professor & Information Systems Librarian, Millersville University; Marilyn White, E-Resource Librarian, Briget Wynne, Reference and Interlibrary Loan Librarian, and Katelynd Bucher, Metadata Librarian, Research Library Group, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST).
Paying by credit card?
Save 25% on the November event by registering online for both segments!
Register online for just Part One.
Register online for just Part Two.
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