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2019 EAST Member Meeting
The EAST Executive Committee and Project Team are pleased to announce that registration is open for the 2019 EAST Member Meeting. The meeting will take place in Boston, on Monday, October 28th at the Metro Meeting Centers. A Call for Presentations is open, and will close on August 31st.
Registration will close on Monday, October 14th, 2019
About the Member Meeting:
This year, the Member Meeting will feature a keynote from Lorrie McAllister, Associate University Librarian for Collections Services and Analysis at Arizona State University (ASU). In the context of our increasingly networked information environment, Lorrie will discuss the work ASU is undertaking with a grant from the Mellon Foundation entitled “The Future of the ASU Library Print Collection: A Collaborative and Data-Driven Approach to Stack Design and Curation”. The project pushes the boundaries of traditional collection development workflows and processes, prompting them to seek new methodologies for engaging with users, planning their collections, and evaluation open stack and high density storage strategies. Lorrie will frame the efforts at ASU Library with three common threads: the collections as public good, the use of resources in alignment with mission, and how best to grapple with the historical legacy and content biases of these collections.
Meeting attendees can take advantage of a room block for the night of October 27th at the Courtyard Marriott Boston. Please click this link to access the reduced rate: https://www.marriott.com/events/start.mi?id=1563981858871&key=GRP. The rate will be available until Sunday, October 6th.