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For more than 50 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 has relocated. Our new office address is ASERL, c/o Georgia State University Library – Administration Suite LS7, 100 Decatur Street SE, Atlanta, GA 30303-3202. John Burger’s new office number is 404-413-2896. Cheryle Cole-Bennett’s new office number is 470-222-4960.
NOTE: Payments for all ASERL invoices should continue to be sent to Duke University Libraries – Business Services, Box 90194, Durham, NC, 27708
New! ASERL Letter to GPO re: Draft “Government Publications Authorized for Discard by Regional Depositories.”
ASERL Awards Mini-Grant to Mississippi State University Libraries — Project will review & update tools needed to apply Fair Use principles within Resource Sharing contexts.
Three FOUR Schol-Comm articles from ASERL! Based on her surveys of ASERL libraries, our Visiting Program Officer Christine Fruin has authored three articles describing the current state of affairs within the membership: “Resource Sharing Practices in ASERL,” “Open Access Policies in ASERL,” “Open Access Funds in ASERL,” and “Open Access Library-Based Publishing in ASERL Libraries.”
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WEBINARS
RECENT WEBINARS include “Initial Findings: Ithaka Faculty Surveys on ASERL Campuses“ completed on on June 10; “Findings from Ithaka’s Library Leaders Survey” on June 12. Other sessions include “Evaluating Discovery: How Tools Affect Undergraduates’ Research Practices,” “Successful Faculty Outreach Strategies in ASERL Libraries,” and “Talking to Authors in a World of Elsevier Takedowns and Open Access Mandates.” See the Archive for links to materials.
Previous ASERL Webinars ASERL offers many webinars on an array of topics for librarians and staff at member institutions. See the archive for PPTs and session recordings from our past webinars.