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Welcome to the *Resource Management Space!
John Ballestro @
|Texas A&M University||Monographic Acquisitions Librarian|
University of Regensburg
|EBSCO (formerly YBP)||Vice-President, Workflow Services Product Management|
|University of Colorado Boulder||Electronic Resources Access Manager|
|EBSCO||Library Automation Manager|
|Texas A&M University||Electronic Resources Librarian|
|Lehigh University||Acquisitions Librarian|
|VZG, Head Office of GBV, Göttingen||Head BMS Dept., Acquistions + ERM systems lib.|
|University of Chicago||Electronic Resources Management Librarian|
|Duke University||Head, Continuing Resource Acquisitions|
|MIT||Electronic Resources Management Librarian|
|Cornell||Electronic Resources Librarian|
|Auburn University||Electronic Resources Librarian|
|hbz||Electronic Resources Management Librarian, ILS Analyst|
|University of Colorado Boulder||Access and Discovery Librarian|
|Duke University||Head, Monographic Acquisitions|
Assistant to Director of Sales
Associate Head, Acquisitions and Discovery (Serials)
Michael A. Arthur
|The University of Alabama||Head, Resource Acquisition & Discovery|
|Mount Holyoke College / Five Colleges||Electronic Resources Management & Discovery Services Librarian|
|Amherst College / Five Colleges Inc||Head of Serials|
Designers and Developers
|UX & Interaction Designer|
|Stacks||Chief Product Officer|
|Stacks||Chief Design Officer|
The Resource Management SIG works with developers to define essential functions for acquiring and managing all types of materials: fund structures, orders, receiving, payment, claims, licensing, access and authentication methods, maintenance, usage and other statistics, other possible evaluation tools, and reporting. The SIG will consider options to show relationships between resources, and mechanisms and workflows needed to support these functions. The SIG will also need to evaluate the potential for applications supporting selection, decision-making, and analysis with the aim of ensuring that current work does not limit future innovation. The Resource Management SIG advises developers on the coordination needed between its operations and other functions, such as metadata management. It also advises developers on the interactions needed between libraries, vendors, and other parties necessary for successful resource management.
- Mailing List (email@example.com, sign up here)
- Discuss.folio.org Category
- Wiki space (this page)
The RM SIG meets via Zoom on Fridays at 8:30 am Eastern U.S. time (see time in your timezone). For more details, see the .
For more information about the Resource Management SIG, contact the RM-SIG convener, Kristin Martin.
Resource Management Google Drive (limited to SIG members only)