Dr. Carol Tenopir

Speeches

2005 to Present
2000 to 2004     1995 to 1999     1990 to 1994     1989 -

“Return On Investment in Academic Research Libraries: Phase 2-The Role of Libraries in the Grants Process in Nine Countries,” Online Information Conference, London, 1-3 December 2009

“The DataNet Partners: Sharing Science, Linking Domains, Curating Data,” panel participant, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, Nov. 8-12, 2009

“DataONE: Protecting the Future of Environmental and Ecological Data,” panel participant, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, Nov. 8-12, 2009

“Getting Started in an Academic Career,” panel participant, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, Nov. 8-12, 2009

“Measuring the Value and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries,” International Conference on Academic Libraries (ICAL), Delhi, India, October 5-8, 2009

“Brand X: Trust and Authority in Scholarly Publishing,” ALPSP Annual Meeting, Thame, England, 9-11 September 2009

“Electronic Publication: The Narrowing of Science and Scholarship?” 11th Fiesole Collection Development Retreat, Glasgow, Scotland, July 23-25, 2009

“Books and Journals and Beyond,” Third Annual Bloomsbury Conference, London, June 25-26, 2009

“Interdisciplinary Science and its Impact on Information Professionals,” SLA Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, June 16, 2009

“Measuring the Value of the Academic Library: Return on Investment and Other Value Measures,” NASIG annual meeting, Asheville, NC, June 6, 2009

“Measuring Value and Journal Article Reading Patterns: Changes Over Time,” INFORUM 2009 Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic, 27-29 May 2009

“DataONE,” ARL Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, May 20 2009

“Retorno de la Inversión en Colecciones Científicas (“ROI Study”) –Resultados Consolidados en la Fase II de 10 Instituciones a Nivel Mundial” or “Investment in the Library: What’s the Return?”, conference organized by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation CSIC, 20 April 2009, Madrid, Spain

“Measuring Academic Libraries’ Return on Investment (ROI),” Round Table Discussion leader, ACRL 14th National Conference, Seattle, March 12-15, 2009

“University Investment in the Library: What’s the Return?”, 9th International Bielefeld Conference, Germany, February 3, 2009

“Return on Investment of Academic Library E-Journal Collections: A Study of ROI in Grant Writing Activities,” Charleston Conference, 2008

“Do E-Journals Narrow or Broaden Science?”, Charleston Conference, 2008

“Women Pioneers in Information Science: Martha E. Williams,” Annual Meeting of ASIST, October 2008

American Psychological Association's fourth annual Science Leadership Conference, Tempe, Arizona, October 2-4, 2008

“Reading Patterns of E-articles by Academics: Measuring the Purpose and Value of Reading and Demonstrating the Value of Library-Provided Electronic Journal Collections,” keynote speaker at the National Libraries with Statistics and Evaluation session, IFLA Annual Meeting, Quebec, August 2008.

“The continuing (and not quite complete) transition from print to digital scholarly reading: A long-term view,” 2nd Bloomsbury Conference on Electronic Publishing, London, June 26-27, 2008

“Deep Indexing and Discovery of Tables and Figures,” presented as part of a Webinar on “Deep Indexing: A New Approach to Searching for Scholarly Literature”, sponsored by Library Journal and ProQuest, May 20, 2008.

“How E-Journals Are Changing Scholarly Reading Patterns,” keynote at VTLS User’s Group Annual Meeting, Blacksburg, VA, April 24, 2008.

“Annual SIS Student Research Forum,” moderator, annual meeting of the Tennessee Library Association, April 10, 2008 Kingsport, TN

“Witnessing Change: Studying Scholarly Article Reading Over Time,” Presentation to accept the 2007 Contributions To Information Science And Technology Award, Los Angeles Chapter of ASIST, Los Angeles, January 31, 2008.

“What Does Usage Data Tell Us About Our Users?,” with David Nicholas, Online Information Meeting, London, December 2007

“Digging Deeper into E-Journal Use: Outcomes, Value, and Interdisciplinary Reading,” CONCERT 2007 Annual Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, November 2007

Presentation for STM Publishers, Frankfurt Book Fair, October 2007

“How the Internet Has Affected the Use of Academic Journal Collections,” American Society for Information Science & Technology Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, October 2007

"How Electronic Journals are Changing Reading Patterns," Library Connect Meeting, Hangzhou, China, April 2007

"What Does Usage Data Tell Us?," Library Connect Meeting, Hangzhou, China, April 2007

"Electronic Resources and User Behaviour," BiblioStar Annual Meeting, Milano, Italy, March 2007 

"How Electronic Journals Are Changing Scholarly Reading Patterns", CONCERT 2006 Annual Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, November 2006 

"The Impact of Scholarly Communication on LIS Education", Chinese Association of Library and Information Science Education, November 2006 

"Indexing of Tables and Figures: Scientists' Reaction", Library Fair & Forum 2006, Yokohama Japan, Nov. 11, 2006 

   "Enhanced Searching Through Deep Indexing: Scientists’ Reaction," Charleston Conference, Nov. 2006

"Scatter and Decay: E-Journal Usage Patterns", 2006 Charleston presentation about MaxData with Gayle and David Nicholas,2006
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"Indexing of Tables and Figures: Scientists' Reaction", Library Fair & Forum 2006, Yokohama Japan, Nov. 11, 2006
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"The Impact of Scholarly Communication on LIS Education", Chinese Association of Library and Information Science Education, 2006
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"How Electronic Journals Are Changing Scholarly Reading Patterns", CONCERT 2006 Annual Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan
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“How Electronic Journals are Changing Journal Use,” Helsinki, Hanken University and Helsinki School of Business, June 2006

“How Electronic Journals are Changing Reading Patterns,” Helsinki, Hanken, PhD seminar, May 2006

“Knowing our Users: What User Studies Tell Us”, Lund, Sweden, presentation for Lund University librarians, April 2006

“Journal Reading Patterns and Preferences for Pediatricians”, Lund, Sweden, doctoral student and faculty seminar, April 2006

“How Electronic Journals are Changing Scholarly Journal Use,” Helsinki, FinELib Annual Conference, May 2006

“User Behaviour in a Digital Age,” Malmoe, Sweden. Invited speaker at the Swedish Library Association annual Library Days, May 2006

“How Electronic Journals are Changing Reading Patterns,” Goteborg, Sweden, Chalmers Technical University library staff, May 2006

“Usage Data: A Comparison of Some Collection Methods,” Boras, Sweden, Boras University doctoral student and faculty seminar, May 2006

“How Electronic Journals are Changing Reading Patterns,” Helsinki, Hanken faculty research seminar, May 2006

“E Journals and Alternatives for Scholarly Communication: User’s Needs and Expectations,” Ohio State Library Seminar, Columbus, Ohio, April 2006

“Building Bridges to Information Products and Services,” Miles Conrad Memorial Lecture, NFAIS Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, February 2006

“Not for profit Scholarly Societies and Open Access Journal Publishing,” ALISE, San Antonio, January 2006

“Surveys of Scientists and Engineers: Ensuring Reliable Research and Evidence for Good Practice”ASIST Annual meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, November 2005

“Data, Data Everywhere: Making Sense of the Sea of User Data,” 24th Annual Charleston Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, November 2005

“Methods of Collecting Usage Data,” “Digital Library Collections and Libraries,” “How Electronic Journals are Changing Reading Patterns,” and “The Role of Scholarly Publishing for Authors and Readers,” Oulu, Finland, October 2005

“The Role of Journal Reading in Scholarly Communication,” Tampere, Finland, October 2005

“How Electronic Journals and Alternatives to Journals are Changing Reading Patterns,” Turku, Finland, October 2005

“UT SIS Current Projects,” DOE Librarians Meeting, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, October 2005

“E Collections: Where Are We Going and How Will We Get There?” Ticer, Netherlands, August 2005

Keynote Speaker, “What Does Data Usage Tell Us?” and “Researching Researchers: How Electronic Journals Are Changing Reading Patterns,” Japan & Korea, July 2005

“How Researchers Are Using Your Journal: Preparing for Change,” Blackwell Publishing Executive Seminar, National Press Club, Washington D.C., June 2005

Keynote Speaker, “The Role of Publishing in the Research Process,” Joint Information Services Committee (JISC) Meeting, London, England, June 2005

Keynote Speaker, “How Electronic Journals are Changing Reading Patterns,” and Workshop Presenter, “Collecting Usage Data on Electronic Journal Collections (A Study of Methods and Motivations), Association of Christian Librarians, June 2005

“What Scientists Really Need,” American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting (AAAS), Washington D.C., April 2005

Alice Rankin Lecturer, “EJournals and Print: How Usage Patterns are Changing,” NJ SLA, April 2005

“What We Know About User Behavior,” Search Engines Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, April 2005

"Journal Reading in Universities: Comparing the U.S. and Australia,” The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series, Melbourne, Australia, April 2005 and VALA (Victorian Association for Library Automation) Meeting, April 2005, and University of Technology, Sydney, May 2005

"What Does Usage Data Tell Us?", Professional/Scholarly Publishers Meeting, February 9, 2005, Washington D.C.
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"Communication Patterns of Engineers", Transportation Research Board, January 12, 2005, Washington, D.C.
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Dr. Carol Tenopir     School of Information Sciences     College of Communication and Information     University of Tennessee
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