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Thursday, November 5 • 2:25pm - 3:10pm
Improving Access and Discoverability of E-Journals with NISO's PIE-J

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PIE-J (Presentation and Identification of E-Journals) is a NISO Recommended Practice that offers guidelines for how best to present e-journals online to ensure that the content can be reliably discovered, cited, and accessed by users over time. When former titles are not visible or incorrect ISSNs are used, access is affected.  Come hear representatives from two publishers discuss how they have used PIE-J to help them meet some of the challenges of presenting precise journal metadata online and thus improve the discoverability of and access to their content. 

Speakers
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Sarah (Sally) Glasser

Serials/Electronic Resources Librarian, Hofstra University
Co-Chair of NISO's PIE-J Standing Committee
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sedgwick martha

Executive Director of Product Innovation, SAGE Publications Ltd
As Executive Director of Product Innovation, Martha is responsible for the development of SAGE’s online products for the library and college market working within the UK, as well as working closely with colleagues in the US to explore new product innovations within digital reference.   | | Joining SAGE in 2008, Martha has played a key role in the development of SAGE’s online digital products and content delivery platforms for... Read More →
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Stacy V. Sieck

Library Communications Manager, The Americas, Taylor & Francis Group
Stacy V. Sieck is the Library Communications Manager at Taylor & Francis Group and is responsible for managing the library marketing and communications activities for North and South America. She first joined Taylor & Francis in 2008 as the manager of the library and information science journals portfolio and has implemented several open access programs, including Taylor & Francis’ Library & Information Sciences Author... Read More →




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