Shared Services Community Event

SCONUL Shared Services 'Community Event'. London 19th May 2010

MIC Conference Centre, 81 Euston Street, London NW1 2EZ

(NOTE: as well as the presentations below the event was thoughtfully blogged:-

By Sarah Bartlett at Talis in the Panlibus blog. There are three entries:
Part 1: (11th May 2010) The general proposition
Part 2: (12th May 2010) The report’s proposals for a shared library management system
Part 3: (13th May 2010) The Electronic Resource management (ERM)

By Richard Nurse (Open University) in his Libwebrian blog on 21st May 2010 he starts by saying...
'Two things this week made me think about how the HE library landscape might be changing in the next few years. One, was the SCONUL Shared Services event, the other was Lorcan Dempsey’s keynote presentation from the emtacl conference in Norway that is now on the web

PROGRAMME
10.00 Registration and coffee
Morning session: chaired by Fiona Parsons, Vice-Chair of SCONUL

10.30 Welcome on behalf of the Steering Group, and origins of the SCONUL Shared Services study. Anne Bell, University Librarian, University of Warwick
Transcript - AB.pdf (PDF)

10.45 Introduction to the business case for shared services - problem, solution, business case etc.. David Kay, Strategic Development Director, Sero Consulting
Presentation - DK1.pdf (PDF)

11.30 The JISC perspective on the proposals. Rachel Bruce, Acting Director e-Infrastructure, Joint Information Systems Committee
Presentation - RB.pdf (PDF)

12.00 General questions and discussion
12.30 Lunch

13.15-15.00 Afternoon session: chaired by Mark Toole, University of Sterling
Domain 1: Electronic resource management systems. Max Hammond, Curtis+Cartwright, and Liam Earney, Head of Licensing and Customer Service, JISC Collections
Presentation - MH.pps (PPS - PowerPoint slideshow)
Presentation - LE.pdf (PDF)

Domain 2: Discovery to Delivery - two perspectives. Mike Mertens, Deputy Executive Director, Research Libraries UK and David Kay, Sero Consulting
Presentation - MM.pdf (PDF)
Presentation - DK2.pdf (PDF)

Domain 3: Local Library Management Systems. Ken Chad, Ken Chad Consulting
Presentation - KC.pdf (PDF)

15.00 Tea and coffee

15.15 Discussion of potential ways forward
Facilitated by David Ball, Head of Academic Development Services, University of Bournemouth

16.00 Final remarks
Fiona Parsons, Vice-Chair of SCONUL
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