Powerpoint Presentations and Audio
If you missed our Annual Meeting and would like to view the presentations, or attended the sessions but would like a refresher, we have uploaded video versions of the PowerPoint presentations for both the Morning Business Meeting and the Afternoon Collections Forum:
Growing CRL Shared Collections - Mary Wilke | High-Res
New Digital Resources - James Simon | High-Res
Global Resources Collections Forum - Virginia Kerr | High-Res
Leveraging Digital Repositories - Martha Brogan | High-Res
CRL Collaborative Print Archives Framework - Lizanne Payne | High-Res
Note: If you are having trouble viewing these files in Windows Media Player, please try downloading Apple's Quicktime player. If that is not an option, you may need to download the latest video codecs from Microsoft or upgrade to Windows Media Player 11. If you still can't see the presentations, you can try the codecs available at K-Lite. We will be posting these presentations on Youtube shortly.
Additional Global Resources Collections Forum Material
The Global Resources Collections Forum will expand the support for collection development and decision-making that CRL provides its member libraries. The Forum will consist of published analyses, enhanced by real-time collection-related Webinars, forums, and podcasts. Use the “Members Preview” link below to download a document containing examples of two types of Global Resources published analyses:
- Reviews will provide critical analysis and information of digital collections and databases, some prior to release, and links to CRL profiles of major publishers, distributors, and repositories.
- Field Guides will survey essential research resources and collecting challenges in various domains. These Guides will expand upon and ultimately supplant the guides to various research topics currently available on CRL’s Web site.
We welcome ideas from the CRL community on these prototypes and on any additional features that would be useful. For more information or to add your feedback, please contact Virginia Kerr.
If you were able to attend either of the business meeting or the forum, please take a moment to fill out these surveys: