In just a couple short days, SAGE is thrilled to once again engage in some stimulating conversations and to be a part of some compelling presentations given at the Charleston Conference 2013. As part of our support of the conference and of all information professionals who attend, once again we were delighted to put together the Charleston Photo Contest and Travel Grant. The 12 winning photos will each be featured in the free calendar given out to all Charleston attendees. Take a look at the first-place photo to the right.
Additionally, SAGE is delighted to be a part of the following sessions at Charleson:
Wednesday, November 6
At this preconference event, SAGE’s Steve Stesney will be discussing some exciting new ways that SAGE and CQ Press are delivering government data on patron-friendly platforms.
Thursday, November 7
Given by SAGE’s Market Research Analyst (and former librarian) Elisabeth Leonard, this presentation will introduce the findings of a recent SAGE research study to investigate the perception of library value in the developing world.
Friday, November 8
Mary M. Somerville, lead author of the SAGE white paper, “Improving the discoverability of scholarly content in the Twenty-First Century: Collaboration opportunities for librarians, publishers, and vendors,” will serve the as the panel moderator for this important conversation.
In addition to witnessing these three presentations, we also invite you to stop by the SAGE table at the Vendor Showcase.
See you soon!