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Wednesday, November 7 • 2:30pm - 3:10pm
Crawling to walking to sitting on clouds: The path to efficiency and happiness for Acquisitions

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How do Acquisitions departments efficiently acquire all the resources needed for the modern academic research library? University of Michigan Library and Stanford Libraries will discuss current order processes and describe each institution’s evolution in reviewing and modernizing acquisitions practices to move from paper to electronic ordering.
Topics include:
Partnering with selectors
Managing expectations internally and externally
Breaking down print vs. electronic format and recurring vs. one-time order silos
Moving from manual to automated workflows
Navigating multiple systems (ERMs, LMSs, university financial management systems)
Evaluating and implementing tools for making workflows more efficient
Additionally we will hear how FOLIO plans to implement various apps for improving workflows and staff experiences when acquiring resources. Learn about taking risks and embracing change, and find out what your library can do to make ordering more efficient.

Speakers
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Ann-Marie Breaux

VP, Workflow Management Services, EBSCO Information Services
SF

Sarah Forzetting

Digital Collections Librarian, Stanford Libraries
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James Gulvas

Acquisitions Librarian & Order Unit Manager, University of Michigan Library
Oversee the acquisitions and renewal of major electronic resource packages through consortia, vendors, and publishers; while working collaboratively with other team leaders to define responsibilities and workflows, and to identify new service opportunities. Facilitate the purchase... Read More →



Wednesday November 7, 2018 2:30pm - 3:10pm EST
Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel