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Project Briefings & Plenary Sessions from CNI Meetings

1914-1918-online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War (March '14)

Nicolas Apostolopoulos, Freie Universtät Berlin
Oliver Janz, Freie Universtät Berlin

 

Assessment of E-book Strategies (March '14)

Maria Savova, Claremont Colleges
Terese Heidenwolf, Lafayette College
Kevin Butterfield, University of Richmond

 

Beyond Serials: Lessons Learned and Future Directions for e-Book Preservation (March '14)

Stephanie Orphan, Portico
Robert Wolven, Columbia University
Charles Hammer, John Wiley & Sons

 

E-Textbook Initiatives in Libraries and IT Organizations (March '14)

Glenda Morgan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Pat Reid, Purdue University
Todd Grappone, University of California, Los Angeles
Milind Basole, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

E-book Strategies: What We Heard at the CNI Executive Roundtable (November '13)

Clifford A. Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information

 

MOOCs, Mobility, and Changing Scholarly Practice (December '12)

Speaker: Clifford A. Lynch

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eTexts at Illinois: Digital Textbook Publishing (December '12)

Glenda Morgan, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Millind Basole, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

 

Internet2 Net+ Services (December '12)

Khalil Yazdi, Internet2
Dana Voss, Internet2

 

What We’re Learning from E-Text Pilots (December '12)

Joan Cheverie, EDUCAUSE
Rodney Petersen, EDUCAUSE
Jarrett Cummings, EDUCAUSE

 

Taking Ownership of Electronic Journals and Books (March '12)

Alan Darnell, University of Toronto

 

Indiana University eText Program (December '11)

David W. Lewis, Indiana University

 

E-Book Wars: Ten Years Later (April '11)

Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information

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Patron Driven Acquisitions through Circulating Kindles: A California Institute of Technology Library Initiative (April '11)

David McCaslin, California Institute of Technology

 

Community Briefing: Next Generation Learning Challenges (December '10)

Ira Fuchs, EDUCAUSE

 

Copyright and Book Digitization Workflows: Breaking the 1923 Barrier (December '10)

Anne Karle-Zenith, University of Michigan
M. Claire Stewart, Northwestern University
David Lowe, University of Connecticut

 

ACLS Humanities E-Book: 10 Years Later (December '09)

Eileen Gardiner, American Council of Learned Societies
Ronald G. Musto, American Council of Learned Societies

 

Bookserver: An Open Standards Based Catalog for Digital Books (December '09)

Peter Brantley, Internet Archive

 

Modeling Press-Library Collaboration in the Creation of an Online Book (December '09)

Rebecca Kennison, Columbia University

 

Web-based Workflow Software to Support Book Digitization and Dissemination (April '09)

Mary Claire Stewart, Northwestern University
Steve DiDomenico, Northwestern University

 

MINES for Libraries: Measuring the Impact of Networked Electronic Services (December '05)

Brinley Franklin, University of Connecticut
Terry Plum, Simmons College

 

Status of Volume Book Scanning (December '04)

Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive

 

Making Sense of Usage Statistics for Online Databases: Challenges, Lessons, and Strategies in a Statewide Context (April '04)

Charles R. McClure, Florida State University

William E. Moen, University of North Texas
John Carlo Bertot, Florida State University

 

Publishing Digital History: Opportunities, Challenges, and Solutions (April '04)

Eileen Gardiner, American Council of Learned Societies
Kate Wittenberg, Columbia University
Robert Townsend, American Historical Association
Ron Musto, American Council of Learned Societies

 

What Faculty Think of Electronic Resources: 2003 (April '04)

Roger C. Schonfeld, Ithaka
Kevin Guthrie, Ithaka

 

Prospects for Reading in a Digital Age (December '02)

Cathy Marshall, Senior Researcher, Microsoft Corporation

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Last updated:  Wednesday, August 17th, 2011