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ER&L 2012

April 1–4, 2012

Austin, Texas

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ER&L 2012 | April 2–4, 2012 | Austin, Texas and Online

Exploring ideas, trends and technologies in eresources and digital services.

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Project Transfer: Five Years Later

Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 9:40 AM–10:25 AM Central Time (US & Canada)
Salon D/E
hashtag

#projecttransfer #erl12

Track

Managing e-Resources in Libraries

Keywords

code of practice / managing e-journal changes

Learning Objectives

Following this session, participants will understand the purpose of the Transfer Code of Practice.

Following this session, participants will know how the Transfer Code of Practice has changed since it's inception, and how to use the Code in managing e-journal workflows.

Abstract

When e-journals move from one publisher to another, there is often no way to track changes.  Project Transfer was created in 2006 to streamline the communication of change between publishers and libraries.  Over the last five years, Transfer has evolved from it's original incarnation into a valuable tool for both parties.

 

Presenters

Jennifer Bazeley, Miami University Library
Nancy Marie Beals, Wayne State University Libraries
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