Access Services in the 21st Century
A Symposium hosted by the
Princeton University Library
The Princeton University Library will host the symposium Access Services in the 21st Century. The single-day symposium will take place on Friday, 11 March 2005 in McDonnell Hall at Princeton University.
The objectives of the symposium are to:
- Exchange information about what each of our institutions are currently doing or planning for the near-term.
- Explore challenges confronting access services.
- Share solutions that may be exportable to other institutions.
Access Services in the 21st Century will provide an opportunity for access services practitioners from among the larger research libraries to gather to share experiences, insights and best practices with each other.
The planned topics for discussion include:
Morning panel discussion: Assessment in Ivy+ Libraries.
Panelists: Sue Crockford Peters, Linda Miller, and Joseph Zucca
Afternoon break-out sessions
- Topic 1: Not checked out, but not on shelf / Stacks Issues.
Facilitators: Cynthia Rosado
Recorders: Jane Holmquist
- Topic 2: Assessment in Libraries.
Facilitators: Tennifer Taxman
Recorders: David Larsen
- Topic 3: Student employees / student supervision in Access Services.
Facilitators: Marybeth Bean
Recorders: Nancy Kress
- Topic 4: Combined Service points.
Facilitators: Mary Giunta
Recorders: Mitchell Brown
We look forward to your participation in this year's Symposium.
Trevor A. Dawes (Princeton)
Peter Jaffe (NYU)
Kristina Rose (NYU)
Jennifer Taxman (Dartmouth)
Cathy von Elm (U. Penn)
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Directions & Accomodations
See the 2004 Symposium information.