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Monday, July 23 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
CS-SIS Program: Hot Topic: E-books

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Target Audience: Librarians who want a deeper understanding of e-book technology

 

Learning Outcomes:

1) Participants will identify the software tools required to convert content into e-books.

2) Participants will compare various publishing options for distributing e-books.

 

Tom Boone, Reference Librarian at Loyola Law School Los Angeles, and Jason Eiseman, Head of Technology Services at Yale Law Library, will discuss emerging trends in e-books. This session will include an in-depth look at the technology, tools, and techniques for creating, editing, and publishing e-books in various formats for various platforms. See real-life examples of e-book creation and publishing by law libraries.


Organizers/Presenters
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Cindy Bassett

Electronic Services Librarian, University of Missouri Law School Library
Cindy Bassett is the Electronic Services Librarian at the University of Missouri Law School Library where she manages access to databases, teaches first-year law students how to do legal research, and manages the Law Schools institutional repository. Cindy also has an interest in library marketing and spearheads many of the library’s marketing campaigns, including the use of Twitter and Facebook to connect with students and alumni.
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Jason Eiseman

Head of Technology Services, Yale Law Library


Monday July 23, 2012 1:15pm - 2:15pm
HCC-Room 202

Attendees (117)