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ER&L 2014

March 16–19, 2014

Austin, Texas

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Wrangle those (e-)Dogies! Community-Driven Standards and Best Practices for Librarians and Vendors

Monday, March 17, 2014 at 4:50 PM–5:35 PM CDT
Room 301
Conference Track

1. Managing e-Resources & Licensing


community-created standards, electronic access

Learning Objectives

Understand how the NISO Recommended Practices PIE-J, KBART and ODI affect their work and the search, discovery, and access experiences of their end-users, Understand how they may participate in, support and respond to community-created standards and best practice output.


As our collections become increasingly electronic, standardization of publishing and management practices also becomes increasingly critical in order to better serve our users. This session will explain and update on the community-driven projects PIE-J, KBART, ODI, SERU, and COUNTER/SUSHI and inform ER&L attendees on how and why they can support them.

Online Conference

Online Conference Session


Nettie Lagace, NISO
Ms. Sarah (Sally) Glasser, MSLIS, MS, Hofstra University
Chad Hutchens, University of Wyoming Libraries
Betty Landesman, University of Baltimore