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For 60 years, the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries has brought together leaders from research, federal, and state libraries in the region to foster a high standard of library excellence through inter-institutional resource sharing and other collaborative efforts. Today, ASERL is the largest regional research library consortium in the United States. By working together, ASERL members continue to provide and maintain top quality resources and services for the students, faculty, and citizens of their respective communities.
ASERL’s 2015 Annual Report is now available.
Spring 2016 Membership Meeting — Richmond, VA — Meeting Materials
ASERL seeks content for our “Deeply Rooted” shared digital collection of Agricultural History!
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WEBINARS
ASERL offers a wide variety of webinars at no cost for members and other interested professionals. For past webinars, please see our Archive for recordings and speaker materials. ASERL webinars are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
“Show & Tell: Emory’s Open Access Collection Development Policy” — June 8, 2016, 2pm ET
“Overview of College Art Association’s Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts” — July 15, 2016, 2pm ET
“Developing a Campus-Wide Research Lifecycle: Perspectives from the University of Central Florida Libraries” — July 20, 2016, 2pm ET.
SOME OF OUR PAST WEBINARS INCLUDE…
Overview of ARL and ACRL/IPEDS Statistics — Please see our Archive.
“Transformativeness in Teaching & Educational Fair Use in a Post-GSU World” — Please see our Archive.
“Mitigating Risk at the Front Lines: The Library Copyright First Responders Program” — Please see our Archive.
“On-The-Fly Usability Testing at Duke Libraries: From once a semester to once a month.” — Please see our Archive.
“Remote Website Testing: How to Assess Your Website for Little or No Cost” — Please see our Archive.
ASERL partners with Reprints Desk: See the announcement at http://bit.ly/1IlhOfs