UKSG 2012

UKSG 2012
March 26-28, 2012
Glasgow
The UKSG's 35th Annual Conference was held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow.

The emotional consequences of the idealisation of the elderly married academic librarian (male) by the elderly unmarried academic librarian (female) – a study

Stephen Buck
Dublin City University

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Q & A – Refocusing Our Future

Tony Kidd (Chair)
University of Glasgow

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Q & A – The Evolving Library

Kate Price (Chair)
University of Surrey

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UKSG 2012 – Opening of the Conference

Tony Kidd
Chair, UKSG

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Responses and Questions

Richard Gedye (Chair)
 

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Welcome from Glasgow City Council

Cllr Bob Winter
Lord Provost

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Tribute to John Merriman

Tony Kidd
Chair, UKSG

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Greetings from NASIG

Steve Shadle
President, NASIG

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The transformation is already here – it’s just unevenly distributed

Cameron Neylon
Science in the Open

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Sharing – the foundation of social institutions

Stephen Abram
Gale Cengage Learning

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Plenary Session 5 – Debate: The future for scholarly journals: slow evolution, rapid transformation – or redundancy?

The web-scale library – a global approach

Marshall Breeding
Vanderbilt University

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Plenary Session 1 – Refocusing Our Future

Data-driven library infrastructure: a national perspective

Ben Showers
JISC

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Plenary Session 2 – The Evolving Library

On data and publications: who does what

Kevin Ashley
Digital Curation Centre

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Plenary Session 3 – Informed Decisions

Developing usage as a new metric: progress on the Journal Usage Factor

Jayne Marks
Wolters Kluwer: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Plenary Session 4 – Repository Reality

JUSP: JISC’s Journal Usage Statistics Portal

Ross MacIntyre
The University of Manchester

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Plenary Session 6 – And Finally …

An evidence-based approach to engaging healthcare users in a journals review project

Anne Murphy
Adelaide and Meath Hospital

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Autosubversive practices in academic publishing

Martin Paul Eve
University of Sussex

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The Peer Project: investigating the effects of Green Open Access

Julia M Wallace
The PEER Project

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Value and outcomes of scholarly library resources

Carol Tenopir
University of Tennessee

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So why hasn’t the journal changed more as a result of the internet?

Michael A Mabe
International Association of STM Publishers

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