ITHAKA and JSTOR at Charleston Conference 2021
ITHAKA and JSTOR will be taking part in the Charleston Conference this November 1-5. As a hybrid event, visitors can find us at booth 61 or virtually on the Charleston site. We will be discussing a number of topics for librarians, publishers, and resource managers including:
- How institutions can share their library’s special collections on JSTOR
- How instructors can learn, teach, and research with our new data-mining tool
- How to find our continuously growing free and Open Access content
Get a preview on our Charleston visitors page
ITHAKA is also taking part in three presentations:
Funding Open Access: Models, Experiments, and the Future
Thursday, November 4, 3:30-4:10 PM EDT
John Lenahan, ITHAKA’s AVP of published content, and University of London professor Martin Paul Eve, Ph.D. explore the different collaborations and funding models used in several initiatives to make both library- and publisher-held content openly available.
The Workflow Librarian: Reaching Library Users Where They Are
Wednesday, November 3 12:1-1:15 PM EDT
Roger Schonfeld, S+R Director of Libraries, Scholarly Communication, and Museums, along with Rebecca Blakiston, University of Arizona User Experience Strategist; Matthew Hayes, Lean Library Managing Director; and Aaron Tay, Singapore Management University, Data Services Lead.
On the Road Again: Our Messy Now
Thursday, November 4, 12:15-1:15 PM EDT
Roger Schonfeld, S+R Director of Libraries, Scholarly Communication, and Museums, along with Lisa Hinchliffe, U of IL Urbana Professor; Rick Anderson, Brigham Young University Librarian; Todd Carpenter, NISO Executive Director; and Robert Harington, American Mathematical Society Associate Executive Director, Publishing.