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Jon Elwell

EBSCO Books
Director of Content Strategies
jelwell@ebsco.com
Jon Elwell is the Director of Content Strategies for EBSCO’s book program. In this role, Jon works with collection development librarians, profilers, subject matter experts, data analysts and others to curate, assess, enhance and acquire content to meet the acquisition needs of academic libraries while maintaining a long-term view on sustainability for academic discourse. Jon received his MLIS and MA in American History from Simmons College and has been with EBSCO Books since 2011. Prior to EBSCO, Jon worked in academic libraries as a reference librarian.
Wednesday, November 7
 

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American Exceptionalism: Three Ways in which the United States Remains an Outlier on the Global Academic Stage Cooper Room, Courtyard MarriottAdam Blackwell • Michele Cloonan Automatic institution-specific holdings feeds are a win for everybody! Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard MarriottDaniel Fitzroy • Ron Lewis • Nina Servizzi • Jody Stroh Collecting Standards for Scholarship, Organization, Industry, and Innovation Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelJulia Gelfand • Ibironke Lawal • Jill Hanson Powell • Anne Rauh Discovering the Library and the Librarian in Science Textbooks: Representations and Implications Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelJenny Bruxvoort • Paige Dhyne • Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe Library Space Transformed Colonial Ballroom, Embassy SuitesMatt Barnes • Jee Davis • Jared Howland • Wen-Ying Lu • Rebecca Schroeder Open Access Books: The 2018 Progress Report. Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelSven Fund Publishing Community Efforts and Solutions to Mitigate the Risks Sci-Hub Poses to Researchers, Librarians and Publishers. Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard MarriottJuan Denzer • Sari Frances • Don Hamparian • Crane Hasshold Putting Our Values Into Action: Integrating Diversity, Inclusion, & Social Justice Into Collection Management and Technical Services Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelMichelle Baildon • Rachel Finn • Jenny Hudson • Becky Imamoto Sudden Collections Coordinators: When you don’t know what you don’t know Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelMegan Daly • Ariel Pomputius • Patrick Reakes • Trey Shelton Supporting Open Education with the Wind at Your Back: Lessons for OER Programs from the Open Textbook Toolkit Citadel Green Room South, Embassy SuitesWill Cross • Erica Hayes • Mira Waller Words into Action: Building an Open Access Ecosystem Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelIvy Anderson • Katharine Dunn • Sybille Geisenheyner • Rice Majors

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02 Buy Wisdom or Borrow It? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelStacy Bruss 03 Corralling Data for Collection Decisions Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelSusan Finley • Latisha Reynolds 04 Data Analytics for Acquisitions Reports Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelJeffrey Sowder 05 DDA Triggers: Are We Hitting Our Collection Targets or Our Vendors Sale Targets? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelDebbi Smith 06 We can't always get what we want, but if try some data, we might get what we need! Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelStephanie Baker • George Gottschalk • Lynn Wiley 09 Do We Really Know What They Know? Designing a Survey to Find Out What Subject Bibliographers Actually Understand about Acquisitions Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelStephanie Baker • George Gottschalk • Christopher Morgan 10 Doing the Math – discovering infinity transitioning monograph standing orders from print to online and deriving a variable formula for success Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelMayu Ishida • Kat McGrath 11 Exploring Avenues to Help Health Science Students with Textbook Access via the Library’s Electronic Resources Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRobert Britton • Jie Li 14 If You Build It, They Will Come: Creating a New Online Purchase Request System on the Cheap Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelChristee Pascale • Shanna Schaffer 15 It will work: adapting a weighted allocation formula for a different climate Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelApril Davies 21 What are they actually reading? And what can we do with this knowledge? Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRobert Weaver 22 Creating an ebook revolution through training Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelSophie Rondeau 31 The Right Growing Conditions: How to Plant an Idea and Nurture it into a Dynamic Collection Development Unit Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelLaurie Aycock • Ana Guimaraes CANCELED: Launching and Scaling your Affordability Initiative - How it was successfully done with OER and Library Content at OhioLINK Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelLauren Rose The Game of Open Access - making UK mandates more memorable Outside Carolina Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelCatherine Parker
 
Thursday, November 8
 

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Decoding the Scholarly Resources Marketplace Citadel Green Room South, Embassy SuitesLindsay Cronk • Rachel Fleming Demonstrating Library ROI: Success Stories and Strategies to Replicate in Your Library Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterKristi Ward • Melvin Davis • Rebecca Fernandez • Carol Tenopir • Nick Woolley Getting E-Books into Courses: How Libraries can Partner with Faculty to Ease the Textbook Affordability Crisis Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterDavid J. Comeaux • Kara Kroes Li • Jeanne Pavy International Partnerships for Open-Access Models Salon I, Gaillard CenterCheryl Ball • Curtis Brundy • Tiffany Moxham • Emilie Paquin Librarians are the enemies of scholarship!* Print collection management during a major renovation Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelBeth Blanton-Kent • Timothy Morton Much Ado about eBooks: Making Sense of Access Models Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelMelissa Belvadi • Stew MacLehose • Joe Marciniak Other Duties as Assigned: A Reexamination of Roles in Resource Acquisition and Management Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelRachel Arkoosh • Christine Fischer Preparing Researchers for Publishing Success: How Libraries Are Impacting Outcomes Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelBeth Bernhardt • Kate McCready • George Stachokas • Gwen Taylor Strong Collections, Controlled Costs: Weathering the Winter Storm Through Collaboration and a Shared Acquisitions Program Calhoun Room, Francis Marion HotelKathleen Bauer • Fred Folmer • Lorraine Huddy • Aaron Sandoval

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A Dream of Spring: Disambiguation, Identification, and Persistence in a Blizzard of Data Cypress Ballroom South, Courtyard MarriottWill Cross • Beth Hoskins • Alice Meadows • Mira Waller CANCELED Harnessing the Power of AI to Enhance Research at the University Level: Case Studies with Stanford University, University of California Berkeley, and Yewno Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelMark Kubinec • Ruth Pickering • Philip Schreur Confronting the Confusion: Streamlining Access to Library e-Resources Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterJohan Tilstra • Jos Westerbeke Is the Future of Collection Management More Like a Fire Ant or an Accordion? Grand Ballroom 3, Gaillard CenterBoaz Nadav-Manes Reframing and Representing Library Print Collections on Both Sides of the Atlantic Salon I, Gaillard CenterShari Laster • Rebecca Lubas • Bert Zeeman Taking An OER initiative to the next level: Scaling Good Ideas and Sustaining Partnerships Carolina Ballroom A, Francis Marion HotelRegina Gong • Jamison Miller The Charlotte Initiative: a Review Carolina Ballroom B, Francis Marion HotelAlison Bradley • Elizabeth Siler Toward Simplified, Digital-first Book Publishing—The Case for Open Source Rutledge Room, Francis Marion HotelCatherine Mitchell • Erich van Rijn Turn the Page: The New Data Realities for Libraries Citadel Green Room North, Embassy SuitesDarby Orcutt • Jill Parchuck • Karen Phillips Understanding and Measuring eBook Packages: Purchasing Patterns, Usage, and an Analysis Framework Grand Ballroom 2, Gaillard CenterEva Jurczyk • John Vickery • Weijing Yuan

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Friday, November 9
 

9:45am EST