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Thursday, November 5 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
All about eTextbooks and Libraries: New Models for the eLearning Environment

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Today’s students are increasingly squeezed by higher education costs, and course material costs are no exception. More and more students seek rental options or skip the textbook altogether and those libraries that had enough resources and budget have historically tried to support students by placing textbooks on physical reserve. More professors are assigning Integrated Learning Materials that live online and include assessment tools and project support. Libraries have long been essential partners in ensuring access to vital online materials, but supporting these new learning models is not as simple as keeping a copy of the textbook behind the reserves desk. Come learn about new models and new technologies from eTextbook publishers and providers. Learn how libraries--even those new to the world of instruction and teaching--are exploring sustainable ways of getting involved in these new initiatives.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Hale

Mike Hale

VP Sales, VitalSource, Ingram Content Group
avatar for Charles Lyons

Charles Lyons

Associate University Librarian for Discovery and Delivery, SUNY University at Buffalo
Charles Lyons is the Associate University Librarian for Discovery and Delivery at the University at Buffalo. Previously, he worked in the corporate library at Lehman Brothers and in the Science and Engineering Libraries at the University of Virginia. He received his MS from Drexel University in 2002.
avatar for Lisa Nachtigall

Lisa Nachtigall

Director of Sales Development, Digital Books, Wiley
avatar for Heather Staines

Heather Staines

Director Publisher and Content Strategy, ProQuest SIPX
I'm passionate about online learning, publisher and library technology, and wearables!



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