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Embracing New Horizons
Albuquerque, NM, June 9 to 12
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Saturday, June 11 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Concurrent Session D3 -- Text Mining 101: what you should know

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Academic libraries and publishers are fielding an increasing number of faculty/researcher text mining requests. This program will address these needs and offer some best practices. Specific examples from academic libraries will highlight the administrative and technical issues, while the resource provider perspective will focus on the challenges of rights management clearance and how to deliver the information, as well as the publisher philosophy on supporting digital scholarship efforts. The session will capture the issues from both sides and provide attendees with a framework for handling requests at their own institutions. In keeping with the theme "Embracing New Horizons" we will use this time to explore possibilities for better communication around digital scholarship issues, and the development of best practices, through appropriate channels.


Patricia Cleary

Global eProduct Development Manager, Springer
Beginning in 2010, Patricia Cleary has been instrumental in crafting Springer's mobile strategy. Patricia’s work in mobile technology has forged new pathways to empower science and medical professionals with the information they need, precisely when and where it is needed. As... Read More →

Kristen Garlock

Kristen Garlock is the Associate Director of Education and Outreach for JSTOR, responsible for education, training, and social media engagement. She has an MILS (1994) from the University of Michigan, and has worked at JSTOR since 1995.
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Denise D Novak

Acquisitions Librarian, Carnegie Mellon University
Denise Novak is a senior librarian and Acquisitions Librarian for the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries. She is currently a member of the American Library Association Council. She is a former president of NASIG, served two terms as treasurer of NASIG, and has served on committees... Read More →
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Ethen Pullman

Carnegie Mellon University
Ethan Pullman is the Humanities Liaison for English, Modern Languages, and Philosophy, and the library Instruction Coordinator.  He received his MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh in 1998, where he worked until 2008.  In 2015, he received his Masters of Arts in Rhetoric... Read More →

Saturday June 11, 2016 10:30am - 11:30am PDT
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