Re: [aserl_coll_assess] REMINDER: Tomorrow = Updates on ASERL Discounts on VoxGov, Adam Matthew Digital, Academic Libraries Video Trust
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Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2020 12:21:48 -0700 (PDT)
Registration lists attached here.  Sorry!


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Subject: REMINDER: Tomorrow = Updates on ASERL Discounts on VoxGov, Adam 
Matthew Digital, Academic Libraries Video Trust

ASERL Friends:

A quick reminder that we are presenting the following webinars tomorrow for 
your consideration.  The current registration lists are attached, FYI (see tabs 
across the bottom for each session).

Please share these invitations with others in your library as desired.

"Overview of VoxGov"
April 30, 2020 at 11am ET / 10am Central Time 
This session will include an overview of VoxGov, an online resource that 
provides early signals that empower users to anticipate and respond sooner to 
federal government actions and events. VoxGov provides real-time access to the 
largest and most comprehensive collection of information from federal agencies 
and congressional sources. ASERL libraries can subscribe to VoxGov at a 
discounted member rate. Robert Dessau, CEO of VoxGov, will discuss the 
product's features. Bruce Pencek, College Librarian for Social Sciences & 
History at Virginia Tech, and Professor Matthew Dull, Associate Professor, 
Center for Public Administration & Policy at Virginia Tech, will discuss how 
VoxGov is being used at their university. 

"Update on ASERL Offer for Adam Matthew Digital" April 30, 2020 at 1:30pm ET / 
12:30pm Central Time
Join us for an update from Adam Matthew Digital, publisher of award-winning 
primary source collections, on the innovative offer that will unlock perpetual 
access to 93 Adam Matthew titles for all ASERL members.  We will review 
discounted pricing options, provide an update on the collective spend status 
and inform you on how your library can participate. This exclusive offer is 
designed to address online content needs during the change to distance 
learning, for an affordable price.  Members will benefit from access to 
collections that cover broad thematic areas on a platform that is specially 
designed for enhanced interdisciplinary learning.  Presented by Alicia Sell, 
Head of North America Field Sales, Adam Matthew Digital.

"Overview of Academic Libraries Video Trust" 
April 30, 2020 at 3pm ET / 2pm Central Time
This webinar will describe the feature of Academic Libraries Video Trust, a 
service facilitating the preservation of audiovisual works in the collections 
of member libraries. ASERL members can join ALVT at a discounted consortial 
rate. Jeff Tamblyn, Chair of the Trust, will describe how libraries can 
participate. Dave Rodriguez, Resident Media Librarian in the Office of Digital 
Research and Scholarship, and Subject Specialist for Film at Florida State 
University Libraries, will discuss how FSU has made use of ALVT content.

We hope these offers will prove useful to you.  Please let me know any 

Thank you.


John Burger, Executive Director
Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) c/o Robert W. Woodruff 
540 Asbury Circle, Suite 316
Atlanta, GA  30322

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