23:2 (2008:06) 23rd Annual Conference (2008): PPC Update

May 28, 2008 at 2:33 pm | Posted in Conference, Program Planning | Leave a comment


Erika Ripley and Sarah Wessel, Co-chairs

The conference in Phoenix is almost here, and here are a few tips that may help take the sting out of tough choices among the programs:

  • Since registration opened, we have had a couple changes in the scheduling of sessions. Two sessions will be repeated, due to high interest, and there’s a new session about the recently announced UKSG/NISO KBART project.
  • During lunch on Saturday, you have the opportunity to discuss informally topics that are on your mind:
    • Acquisitions facilitated by Debbie Johnson-Houston
    • Cataloging/MARC Record Services/ SCCTP facilitated by Ann Ercelawn
    • EDI facilitated by Kay Johnson
    • E-Journal Workflow facilitated by Paula Sullenger
    • Networking Node facilitated by Barbara McWilliams
    • Preservation – Archiving, binding, digitization facilitated by Brian Baird
    • Web 2.0 Tools facilitated by Kira Cooper
  • And on Sunday morning, you can sip your cup of coffee while joining fellow users of products from the following vendors:
    • Innovative facilitated by Blythe Kropf
    • JSTOR/Portico Archive facilitated by Kenneth DiFiore
    • Scholarly Stats facilitated by Christine Stamison
    • Serials Solutions facilitated by Helen M. Aiello & Nicole Pelsinsky
    • Sirsi facilitated by Sharon Dyas-Correia

We’re excited about this year’s program and hope to see you in Phoenix soon!


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