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Title: Report on the "Automated Acquisitions: Managing Change" Preconference
Creators: Hawks, Carol Pitts
Keywords: automated acquisitions
Issue Date: 1988
Publisher: Pergamon Press
Citation: Carol Pitts Hawks, "Report on the "Automated Acquisitions: Managing Change" Preconference," Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 12, no. 3-4 (1988), doi:10.1016/0364-6408(88)90037-3
DOI: 10.1016/0364-6408(88)90037-3
Abstract: "Automated Acquisitions: Managing Change" was the theme of the preconference held July 7 and 8 at the New Orleans Marriott Hotel. The preconference was sponsored by the Library Administration and Management Association with the co-sponsorship of the Resources and Technical Services Division of ALA. The preconference planning committee included: David Bilyeu (Westmont College), Diane Cimbala (Faxon Company), Colleen Cook (Texas A&M University), Eugenia Harrell (Texas A&M University), James Mouw (University of Illinois, Chicago), Judith Paquette (University of California, Santa Cruz), Joseph Raker (Boston Public Library), Penny Schroeder (Northwestern University), Elizabeth Valadie (New Orleans Public Library), Raita Vilnins (Elmhurst Public Library, IL), and Linda Vertrees (Chicago Public Library). A faculty of 20 guided over 80 participants through the two-day session. Day One included three general sessions, two small group sessions, and a vendor exhibit and reception. Day Two included two general sessions and three small group sessions. Each small group session was repeated five times, allowing each preconference participant to attend all small group sessions.
ISSN: 0364-6408
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/53198
Embargo: No embargo
Rights: ©1989 Pergamon Press
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