PAN ALA Midwinter 2018, Denver, CO.

Event Logistics

Friday, February 09, 2018
9-11:30 AM
Hyatt, Capitol Ballroom 1 (Adjacent to the Colorado Convention Center), 650 15th Street, Denver, Colorado, USA
Marie Waltz -

CRL promotes opportunities for libraries and consortia to share information, expertise, and best practices for the cooperative, strategic preservation and management of print. PAN is an open venue for this kind of information-sharing. All those with an interest in print archiving are welcome to attend and participate. 

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Agenda Overview


9:00-9:05             Welcome & Announcements (5 min)

Susan Stearns, EAST 

9:05-9:15             Regional Update  (10 mins)

1.ASU’s experience as a WEST Trust node
Jeanne Richardson, Senior Collections Officer, Arizona State University Library


9:15-10:15           Program Presentations  (60 minutes)

2. HathiTrust : On to Phase 2
Lizanne Payne, Program Officer, HathiTrust Shared Print
3. Rosemont
Rebecca Crist, Project Manager for Library Initiatives, Big Ten Academic Alliance
4. WEST 
Alison Wohlers, Shared Print Operations and Collections Analyst California Digital Library
5. OCLC Shared Print
Rick Lugg, OCLC

10:15-11:05         Access for Shared Print  (50 minutes)

6. ASERL-WRLC Reciprocal ILL Agreement
Cheryle Cole-Bennett, ASERL
7. EAST's access & lending policies
Susan Stearns, Project Director, Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust
8. ReCAP Discovery to Delivery: a New Shared Collection Model
Denise Hibay, Astor Director for Collections and Research Services, New York Public Library
and Ian Bogus, Executive Director of ReCAP

11:05-11:25       Short Subject  (20 mins)

9. ILL Cost Calculator
Dennis Massie, Program Officer, OCLC Research
10. Ivy Plus Libraries and HathiTrust Shared Print
Jeff Kosokoff, Head of Collection Strategy and Development, Duke University

11:25        Closing Remarks (Susan Stearns, EAST) (5 min)

11:30   Adjourn

The Impact of CRL

Stories illustrating CRL’s impact on research, teaching, collection building and preservation.

Unique Arab Diaspora Materials Saved for Future Scholars

In FY 2018 the Middle East Materials Project (MEMP) microfilmed two Arab-language publications from  diaspora communities in non-Arab countries, including the UK, Japan, the U.S., and Poland. These periodicals continue to establish MEMP’s role as a provider of rare and distinctive documentation for scholars.

Brazilian Human Rights Evidence Preserved in the Nunca Mais project

Evidence of atrocities in 1960s-70s Brazil, housed at CRL for 25 years, are now available online.