ENUG 2016 Summary Schedule

Summary Schedule

Wednesday, October 26

6:00-9:00PM Informal Networking Event

On Wednesday night (6-9pm) we will gather at a restaurant called:  MainCourse  845-255-2600, 175 MAIN STREET NEW PALTZ, NY 12561

People will no doubt arrive on a rolling basis; they arrive when they arrive.

Directions from Americas Best Value Inn:

Come out of the hotel, turn right, at the traffic light turn left (onto Main Street), past 2 more traffic lights, MainCourse will be on the right. The restaurant has its little parking lot, and street parking available on both sides of the road.

Thursday, October 27

8:00-9:00 Coffee / Networking
8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:10 Welcome Introduction
9:10-10:10 Keynote

  • Analyzing Expectations and Change with Alma, Mike Rogers – University of Tennessee
10:10-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-11:15 Break Out Sessions #1 (45 minutes)

  • The OPAC and ‘real research’ at Harvard, Corinna Baksik
  • Mapping a new library world: using Alma Analytics to inform space planning, Steven Braun, G. Karen Merguerian
11:15-11:30 Break
11:30-12:15 Breakout Sessions #2

  • The new Primo User Interface, Allen Jones
  • The Art of the Deal: The Financial Side of Alma, Hilda Drabek, Janice Christopher
  • Working with your vendors on your Alma migration– YBP
12:15-1:30 Lunch
1:30-2:30 Breakout Sessions #3

  • From Data Warehouse to Tableau, David Perry, Camelia Anghel
  • Voyager to Alma Migration: A Small College Experience, Daisy DeCoster, AnnMarie Ziadie, Hao Zeng
  • Aleph reports for SUNYs, Natalie Sturr, Kristy Lee
2:30-2:50 Coffee Break
2:50-3:05 ELUNA Update
3:05-3:50 ExLibris Update
3:50-4:05 Break
4:05-4:50 Breakout Sessions #4

  • Simplify your holdings display, and make them work for users!, Chenwei Zhao
  • Getting to know SFX, Abigail S. Baines, Rose Reynolds
  • Going off-label with the ERM, Judy Diffenderfer, Marta Cwik, Katy Silberger
5:00-6:00 Sojourner Truth Library Tour (optional)

HVAMC 3D Printing Lab Tour (optional)

Both tours meet in SUB Atrium (by the HQ service desk on the 1st floor inside the Glass Atrium)

6:00 Dining on your own or in informal groups


Friday, October 28

8:00-9:00 Coffee / Networking
8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-10:00 Breakout Sessions #5

  • Virtualizing Your ILS Client, Anthony Dellureficio, Zach Stephens
  • License Management in Alma versus CORAL, Michael Rodriguez
10:00-10:20 Coffee Break
10:20-11:05 Breakout Sessions #6

  • Tableau –  [Hands On] – sign up to participate in this session at: https://goo.gl/forms/IwCJApYxUDpImYrx2
  • Building an Alma Digital Repository: An Early Adopter’s Experience, Matthew Sylvain, Dawn Gross
11:05-11:20 Break
11:20-12:20 Breakout Sessions #7

  • Query about your Aleph SQL Queries [Hands On] Steve Bischof, Kevin Collins
  • Alma ‘How To’ session  (Optional Hands On- bring your laptop)
12:20-1:35 Lunch
1:35-2:05 Breakout Sessions #8

  • System Librarian tools to Customize the Primo interface, Deborah D, Zhimin C, Heather S
  • Deploying VuFind as the discovery layer for Voyager, EDS, Libguides, and other web resources, Hao Zeng, Ray Schwartz
  • Expanding the Scan & Deliver service at MIT, Christine Moulen, Rich Wenger
2:05-2:20 Coffee Break
2:20-2:50 Breakout Sessions #9                    

  • WordPress as a Library Website Solution, Derek Stadler
  • Mission Possible: the Making of a Shared Digital Library, Abigail Baines
  • Alma Prediction Patterns Basics, Rebecca Bearden
2:50-3:00 Room Change Break
3:00-3:30 Lightning Talks
3:30-4:00 Conference Closing Remarks / Informal Networking
4:00 End of Conference