Conference Program

Time Event
8:00 - 8:55 am Registration (Refreshments)
9:00 - 9:10 am Welcome
9:10 - 9:50am OCLC Updates
Tony Melvyn, OCLC
9:50 - 10:35 am InfoExpress Q & A
Steven J. Schmidt, Indiana State Library & Now Courier
10:35 - 11:15am Statewide Remote Circulation System RPF
Steven J. Schmidt, Indiana State Library
11:30 - 12:45pm Lunch
1:00 - 1:45pm Break-Out Session One (Choose One)
  Indiana SHARE 2.0
Steven J. Schmidt, Indiana State Library
If your library participates in Indiana Share, you need to attend this program. IN-Share has operated virtually unchanged since the 1980's but the nature of resource sharing has moved on. At the program, the State Library share the new guidelines being considered for INSHARE.
  Fast, Easy & Free! Collecting & Analyzing Library Statistics Online
Steven Richardson, Indiana Tech Law School
This program will focus on the use of freeware to collect & analyze statistics across the library, but primarily for use in the public services areas of: Interlibrary loan, Reference, Circulation & user experience surveys.
  The Indiana Spatial Data Portal: Gateway to digital maps, aerial photographs, satellite images, and much, much more
Heiko Muhr & Theresa Quill, Indiana University Bloomington
The Indiana Spatial Data Portal (ISDP) http://gis.iu.edu/index.php provides access to more than 30 terabytes of Indiana geospatial data. Most datasets are available to the public for download and have no use restrictions.
2:00 - 2:30pm Discussion Reports on Break-Out Topics
2:30- 2:45pm Break (Refreshments)
1:00 - 1:45pm Break-Out Session Two (Choose One)
  PALShare: Patron-initiated direct requests for PALNI
Karl Stutzman Private Academic Library Network of Indiana
At D2D5, PALNI shared its plans to use OCLC WMS group circulation functionality to create a patron direct resource sharing system. One year (and plenty of legwork) later, we have piloted the system with real patrons. Come learn from our experience and hear our thoughts about what's next.
  Copyright--driving libraries nuts since 1662
Collette Mak, University of Notre Dame
This practitioner's introduction to intellectual property will help you sort fact from fiction. It will introduce the concepts of intellectual property and encourage you to rely less on practices dating from the mid-1970s and be more comfortable using a fair use analysis. You will also learn the critical distinction between law and license.
  All in OneSearch: Usability testing of a web-scale discovery system
Suzanne Hinnefeld & Ula Gabriella Gaha, Saint Mary's College
Saint Mary's College librarians conducted usability testing to observe the search behaviors of students and faculty as they employ a web-scale discovery system to discover content. Librarians will report on problems they witnessed, as well as possible solutions.
3:30 - 4:00 pm Discussion Reports on Break-Out Topics