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Dear LIB-IT Colleagues,

I hope this note finds you happy, healthy, and looking forward to the holidays.

I have the pleasure of being on the Program Committee for the EDUCAUSE 2012 annual conference <http://www.educause.edu/E2012>. As you know, the purpose of E12 is to support the professional development of higher education technology professionals.  Along with Margaret Massey, CIO of Spring Hill College, I am leading the the Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track. In that capacity, I am seeking your assistance as a session proposal reader.  

The Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track encompasses a number of topic areas, including: 
  •     leadership in libraries and information management
  •     IT-library collaborations
  •     scholarly communications and publishing
  •     open access
  •     copyright
  •     digital rights management
  •     information policy
  •     description and discovery systems
  •     records management
  •     archives
  •     repository management
  •     digital library development and management
  •     research data curation
  •     data mining
  •     digital preservation
  •     information literacy
  •     blended learning spaces and information commons
  •     accessibility
  •     content licensing
  •     emerging technologies and multimedia formats
  •     mobile information access and delivery options
Each session proposal will be read by three or more individuals to ensure the quality of the program.  Serving as a reader would require a commitment to review and rate proposals in February and March and making recommendations on-line.  The number of proposals each reader will be asked to read will be dependent on how many session proposals we receive, but we will likely be asking for several hours of your time to do this work.

If you don’t feel you have the time or interest to serve as a reader, I would be most grateful for your recommendation to me of someone else who you feel would make a contribution in this capacity.

Many thanks,

Andrew R. Bonamici
Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services
University of Oregon Libraries
Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA
bonamici@uoregon.edu
O 541.346.2682
C 541.206.9840
F 541.346.3485

cc: Margaret G. Massey, Ph.D., Spring Hill College

 

 





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Message from mhelms@unmc.edu

I would be happy to serve as a reader.



Mary

Mary E. Helms, M.S., M.A.
Associate Professor & Associate Director, Library Resources
& Technology
McGoogan Library of Medicine
University of Nebraska Medical Center
mhelms@unmc.edu
402-559-7099

"Not everything that can be counted, counts and not everything that counts can be counted." ----- Albert Einstein
"Not everything that can be counted should be." ----- Mary Helms ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Hi Andrew, I would also be happy to serve as a reader for the proposals. Best Regards, Sean -- Sean Sharp Research and Instructional Technologist Information Services ssharp@uoregon.edu 541-346-8099 N 44 2 47.709 W 123 4 40.3422 From: "Andrew R. Bonamici" > Reply-To: The EDUCAUSE Library/IT Partnerships Constituent Group Listsev > Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2011 09:50:04 -0800 To: > Subject: [LIBIT] EDUCAUSE 2012: invitation to read proposals for Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content Track Dear LIB-IT Colleagues, I hope this note finds you happy, healthy, and looking forward to the holidays. I have the pleasure of being on the Program Committee for the EDUCAUSE 2012 annual conference . As you know, the purpose of E12 is to support the professional development of higher education technology professionals. Along with Margaret Massey, CIO of Spring Hill College, I am leading the the Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track. In that capacity, I am seeking your assistance as a session proposal reader. The Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track encompasses a number of topic areas, including: * leadership in libraries and information management * IT-library collaborations * scholarly communications and publishing * open access * copyright * digital rights management * information policy * description and discovery systems * records management * archives * repository management * digital library development and management * research data curation * data mining * digital preservation * information literacy * blended learning spaces and information commons * accessibility * content licensing * emerging technologies and multimedia formats * mobile information access and delivery options Each session proposal will be read by three or more individuals to ensure the quality of the program. Serving as a reader would require a commitment to review and rate proposals in February and March and making recommendations on-line. The number of proposals each reader will be asked to read will be dependent on how many session proposals we receive, but we will likely be asking for several hours of your time to do this work. If you don’t feel you have the time or interest to serve as a reader, I would be most grateful for your recommendation to me of someone else who you feel would make a contribution in this capacity. Many thanks, Andrew R. Bonamici Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services University of Oregon Libraries Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA bonamici@uoregon.edu O 541.346.2682 C 541.206.9840 F 541.346.3485 cc: Margaret G. Massey, Ph.D., Spring Hill College ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
I would be happy to serve as a reader … Bob Kalal Director (Retired), Information Technology Policy and Library Relationhip Office of the CIO The Ohio State University > > From: "Andrew R. Bonamici" > > Reply-To: The EDUCAUSE Library/IT Partnerships Constituent Group Listsev > > Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2011 09:50:04 -0800 > To: > > Subject: [LIBIT] EDUCAUSE 2012: invitation to read proposals for Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content Track > > Dear LIB-IT Colleagues, > > I hope this note finds you happy, healthy, and looking forward to the holidays. > > I have the pleasure of being on the Program Committee for the EDUCAUSE 2012 annual conference . As you know, the purpose of E12 is to support the professional development of higher education technology professionals. Along with Margaret Massey, CIO of Spring Hill College, I am leading the the Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track. In that capacity, I am seeking your assistance as a session proposal reader. > > The Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track encompasses a number of topic areas, including: > > * leadership in libraries and information management > * IT-library collaborations > * scholarly communications and publishing > * open access > * copyright > * digital rights management > * information policy > * description and discovery systems > * records management > * archives > * repository management > * digital library development and management > * research data curation > * data mining > * digital preservation > * information literacy > * blended learning spaces and information commons > * accessibility > * content licensing > * emerging technologies and multimedia formats > * mobile information access and delivery options > > Each session proposal will be read by three or more individuals to ensure the quality of the program. Serving as a reader would require a commitment to review and rate proposals in February and March and making recommendations on-line. The number of proposals each reader will be asked to read will be dependent on how many session proposals we receive, but we will likely be asking for several hours of your time to do this work. > > If you don’t feel you have the time or interest to serve as a reader, I would be most grateful for your recommendation to me of someone else who you feel would make a contribution in this capacity. > > Many thanks, > > Andrew R. Bonamici > Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services > University of Oregon Libraries > Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA > bonamici@uoregon.edu > O 541.346.2682 > C 541.206.9840 > F 541.346.3485 > > cc: Margaret G. Massey, Ph.D., Spring Hill College > > > > > > > > ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/. > > ********** > Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
Message from clara.bruns@goddard.edu

Hi Andrew,
I am interested in being a reader.

Clara

--
Clara Bruns
Director of Information Access
Goddard College
Ph: (802) 322-1603
EM: clara.bruns@goddard.edu

Dear Colleagues: Due to an overwhelming response to our invitation, we have now filled the roster of readers for the E12 Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track. I am checking with members of the E12 committee to see if readers are still needed in other domain areas: - Enterprise Information Systems and Services - Infrastructure, Information Security, and Identity Management - Leadership, Management, and Governance - Support Strategies and Services - Teaching and Learning For more details, see: If you have expertise in one or more of these areas, please indicate your interest in a note to bonamici@uoregon.edu (off-list), and I will forward your contact information to the relevant domain chairs. While I'm here, please consider submitting a proposal for your own concurrent, poster, or "alternative" session. The deadline for proposals is February 21, 2012. An proposal orientation webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, January 17 from 2-3:00 p.m. ET. See for links and details. Thanks again for the wonderful response. Your commitment to the EDUCAUSE community is greatly appreciated. Best wishes for a safe and happy holiday season, Andrew and Margaret On 12/19/2011 9:10 AM, Andrew Bonamici wrote: > Dear Colleagues. > > This message is going to several groups; please excuse any duplication. > > I have the pleasure of being on the Program Committee for the EDUCAUSE > 2012 annual conference . The purpose of > E12 is to support the professional development of higher education > technology and information professionals. Along with Margaret Massey, > CIO of Spring Hill College, I am leading the the Libraries, E-Research, > and Digital Content track. In that capacity, I am seeking your > assistance as a session proposal reader. > > The Libraries, E-Research, and Digital Content track encompasses a > number of topic areas, including: > > leadership in libraries and information management > IT-library collaborations > scholarly communications and publishing > open access > copyright > digital rights management > information policy > description and discovery systems > records management > archives > repository management > digital library development and management > research data curation > data mining > digital preservation > information literacy > blended learning spaces and information commons > accessibility > content licensing > emerging technologies and multimedia formats > mobile information access and delivery options > > Each session proposal will be read by three or more individuals to > ensure the quality of the program. Serving as a reader would require a > commitment to review and rate proposals in February and March and making > recommendations on-line. The number of proposals each reader will be > asked to read will be dependent on how many session proposals we > receive, but we will likely be asking for several hours of your time to > do this work. > > Serving as a reader does not preclude submitting a proposal of your own. > Readers do not review proposals from their own institutions, and are > asked to recuse themselves from reviewing any others with a potential > conflict of interest. > > If you don’t feel you have the time or interest to serve as a reader, I > would be most grateful for your recommendation to me of someone else who > you feel would make a contribution in this capacity. > > Many thanks, > > Andrew R. Bonamici > Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services > University of Oregon Libraries > Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA > bonamici@uoregon.edu > O 541.346.2682 > C 541.206.9840 > F 541.346.3485 > > cc: Margaret G. Massey, Ph.D., Spring Hill College > > -- -- Andrew R. Bonamici Associate University Librarian, Media & Instructional Services University of Oregon Libraries Eugene OR 9703-1299 USA bonamici@uoregon.edu O 541.346.2682 C 541.206.9840 F 541.346.3485 ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
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