See you at the SAGE Booth (#2013) at ALA Midwinter

Though it seems like we were meeting in Anaheim for ALA Annual just yesterday, the ALA Annual Midwinter Meeting is just a week away! For those of you who are looking to organize how you are going to be spending your time, we’ve got some ideas for you.

  1. Stop by the SAGE Booth (#2013)!

Want to hear Librarian Rick Anderson and map2SAGE’s Stephen Barr talk about how Open Access affects librarians? Want to get to know primary resources publisher Adam Matthew, the newest member of the SAGE Family at a dessert reception? Or just want to learn a little bit more about one of SAGE’s new products? Check out  our in-booth schedule below:

Saturday, January 26 

ALA_AMInvite10 am – Demonstration of State Stats and CQ Researcher 

11am – Demonstration of SAGE’s Open Access Journals

1:30 pm – Demonstration of SAGE Research Methods and SAGE Knowledge 

4 pm – Dessert reception with Adam Matthew, a primary resources publisher and the newest addition to the SAGE Family

 

Sunday, January 27

10 am – Demonstration of SAGE Research Methods and SAGE Knowledge 

11am – Demonstration of SAGE’s Open Access Journals

1:30 pm – Demonstration of State Stats and CQ Researcher 

3 pm – Presentation of the report “Moving Towards an Open Access Future: The Role of Academic Librarians” and discussion about Open Access in the library with librarian Rick Anderson, Associate Director for Scholarly Resources and Collections at the University of Utah’s Marriott Library. Hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Monday, January 28

10 am – Demonstration of SAGE Research Methods and SAGE Knowledge 

Look out for #SAGE2013 on twitter to get the latest updates on SAGE’s involvement at ALA Midwinter 2013.

2. Vote on your favorite photo for the “Old Meets New” Photo Contest.

The photos from our 8 finalists will be on display in the booth, but we can only have 3 winners, so we need your help to choose the right one! Come by the booth to vote and we will give you a small token of our appreciation.

3. Learn about how users discover reference resources online.

SAGE’s Elisabeth Leonard will be giving a presentation on a panel on Sunday from 1-2:30:

Reference Publishing Discussion Forum: Are Users Finding our Online Reference Resources?

Libraries spend a great deal of money on quality online online reference resources, in the hopes that they will be useful to our communities. But are they being used? How do users discover reference resources in the online environment: teaching, research guides, stand-alone vendor resources? How do we enable users to cross multiple interfaces to reach reference sources? Join our discussions with librarians and vendors on these issues.

Follow the #SAGE2013 hashtag on twitter for updates!

     
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