22:2 (2007:05) Committee Annual Report: CECMay 19, 2007 at 6:00 pm | Posted in Committee Annual Reports, Continuing Education | Leave a comment
Betty Landesman and Paoshan Yue, Co-chairs
Date of report: April 24, 2007
Committee members for 2006/2007: Betty Landesman (National Institutes of Health Library) and Paoshan Yue (University of Nevada, Reno), Co-chairs, Michael Bradford (Harvard Divinity School), Valerie Bross (University of California, Los Angeles), Cris Ferguson (Furman University), Jessica Gibson (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois), Jill Grogg (University of Alabama), Tim Hagan (Northwestern University), Lei Jin (Ryerson University), Kay Johnson (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), Steve Oberg (Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.), Jayne Sappington (Texas Tech University), Virginia Taffurelli (New York Public Library), Sarah Tusa (Lamar University), Bob Schatz (Coutts Information Services), Board Liaison.
Committee members for 2007/2008: Valerie Bross (University of California, Los Angeles) and Betty Landesman (National Institutes of Health Library), Co-chairs, Michael Bradford (Harvard Divinity School), Cris Ferguson (Furman University), Jessica Gibson (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois), Jill Grogg (University of Alabama), Lei Jin (Ryerson University), Steve Oberg (Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.), Jayne Sappington (Texas Tech University), Virginia Taffurelli (New York Public Library), Sarah Tusa (Lamar University), Kim Maxwell (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Board Liaison.
NARRATIVE OF ACTIVITIES SINCE LAST REPORT:
• CEC events successfully sponsored and completed: January – April 2007
— March 2007 – North Carolina Serials Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, led by Christie Degener et al. and coordinated by Lei Jin — $750
• Forthcoming CEC events and projects for May – December 2007
— May 10-11, 2007 – CAT21: Metadata Standards and Applications, Northridge, California, led by Helen Heinrich and coordinated by Valerie Bross ($1000)
— May 14, 2007 — SCCTP Electronic Serials Cataloging workshop, Cambridge, Massachusetts, led and coordinated by Michael Bradford ($1000)
— May 30-31, 2007 – NASIG Preconference Workshop on CAT21: Metadata Standards and Applications, Louisville, Kentucky, led by Diane Hillmann and Rhonda Marker, coordinated by Paoshan Yue
— Summer, 2007 – E-journals/E-resources Workshop, Starkville, Mississippi, led by Patrick Carr ($1000)
— September 2007 – SCCTP Distance Education Train-the-Trainers Program, led by Laura Kimberly of the Amigos Library Services and coordinated by Jayne Sappington ($1000)
The Amigos Library Services submitted a proposal for this program in March 2007 to request for the funding that was made available due to the withdrawal of the previously approved “CONSER Access Level Record for Serials: Training Material Development” program (see “Events Cancelled” below). The Amigos program proposal was approved by the Board in April 2007.
— Distance Education Development: a Pilot Project, led and coordinated by Betty Landesman ($1000)
In exploring the next steps for our proposed pilot project for developing an online course, we touched base with Virginia Taffurelli, Chair of the ALA ALCTS SS Education Committee and a NASIG CEC member. The new lead is to contact Christa Easton (Stanford University) and Trisha Davis (Ohio State University), who are developing online courses for e-resources and print serials for ALCTS, for possible collaborative opportunities.
• Events cancelled; funds reallocated
— CONSER Access Level Record for Serials: Training Material Development ($1000)
This program will not take place as it was proposed because Les Hawkins of CONSER formally withdrew his request for the grant on March 9, 2007.
• CEC Manual – A subcommittee within CEC has been formed to put a CEC manual together. The subcommittee will be meeting shortly to work on this project.
• Review of Committee Charge – In response to the request from the VP/Pres-Elect of NASIG, the CEC will discuss the committee charge at the annual meeting in June to see if it needs any adjustment or modification.
• New England Technical Services Librarians (NETSL) — Dodie Gaudet, the VP/President-Elect of NETSL, contacted the CEC in March inquiring possibilities of offering some programs in conjunction with NASIG. In response, the CEC requested additional information about the kind of projects NETSL had in mind and also provided two possibilities for NETSL to consider: 1) collaboration on a non-conference event such as co-sponsoring or jointly planning a preconference that is serials-related in a broad sense; 2) Some of the sessions that have been presented at NASIG annual conferences could be incorporated to NETSL conference, if interested.
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Paoshan Yue and Betty Landesman