Beyond Journals and Books: Keeping KBART Relevant in a Changing Information Landscape
Date of Original Version
Slides for a presentation, "Beyond journals and books: Keeping KBART relevant in a changing information landscape", presented at Camp ER&L 2022: 17th Meeting of the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference on March 16, 2022. The conference was held online due to COVID-19.
Supporting multimedia and non-traditional content are key components of KBART Phase III. Members of NISO’s KBART Standing Committee will discuss the details, including the new fields and how they affect electronic resource access and management. We will leave time for feedback, especially about how proposed changes affect different stakeholder’s workflows.
The link leads to a session description on the conference website at https://mtgsked.com/p/31406/s.
Additional files include a PDF of the Powerpoint slides for the presentation, a printout of the session description on the conference website, and the contents of the chat discussion held on Pheedloop.
PDF of presentation slides
ER&L Pheedloop chat Beyond Journals and Books.pdf (173 kB)
PDF printout of chat discussion held on Pheedloop
ER&L Program Entry - Beyond Journals and Books - Keeping KBART Relevant.pdf (87 kB)
PDF of session description on conference website