Date(s) - 12/04/2019
9:00 am - 10:00 am
James Madison University Libraries has been building streaming video collections for almost ten years. Using vendor licensing and fair use guidelines, the Libraries’ collection includes thousands of online videos. Whether through aggregated leased collections, demand-driven agreements, or title by title, the Libraries strive to provide faculty and students with access to the resources they require at the time and place they need it. The speaker shares her experience in building and maintaining these collections and the acquired expertise in doing so. Topics include recommended best practices, the licensing and acquisitions process, providing access, collections assessment, and the future of streaming video in libraries.
Presenter: Cheri Duncan
Cheri Duncan is the Director of Scholarly Resources & Discovery, Contracts Administrator, and a professor in the Libraries at James Madison University, as well as a frequent presenter at professional conferences. For over 25 years, she has served in various positions and leadership roles within JMU Libraries. Areas of note include library systems administration and all aspects of library collections, including software and resource licensing and both digital and tangible content management, description and access, preservation, and assessment. JMU Libraries has been building streaming video collections for almost ten years and Ms. Duncan has either licensed or supervised the licensing of streaming content for most of that time.
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