2022 Charleston Library Conference - Librarian Resources

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Taylor & Francis is back at the Charleston Library Conference

November 1st – November 4th | Charleston, SC

Visiting the 2022 Charleston Library Conference?

Taylor & Francis is pleased to announce our in-person attendance at the 2022 Charleston Library Conference this November. We will be showcasing our new and improved digital products that continue to make excellent resources and reference tools for any digital library.

Here are some reasons to connect with us in Charleston:

Vendor Showcase (Booth #100)

Learn about our new and enhanced digital products.

  • When: Tuesday, 1 November 2022
    (10:00 am – 5:30 pm)

  • Where: Gaillard Center Grand Ballroom –
    95 Calhoun St, Charleston, SC 29401

Refreshment Break

Event sponsored by Taylor & Francis Group.

  • When: Wednesday, 2 November 2022
    (10:20 am – 10:50 am)

  • Where: Gaillard Center Grand Ballroom –
    95 Calhoun St, Charleston, SC 29401

Learn more about our Digital Products by clicking here

While You’re Here, Check Out These Sessions

Toward an Open Future for Humanities and Social Sciences Research

Presented by: Emily Farrell (Taylor & Francis), Gene Springs (The Ohio State University Libraries), Maureen Walsh (The Ohio State University Libraries), and Amy Harris (The MIT Press)

How Academic Librarians are Working with Faculty to Source Affordable Textbooks for Students

Presented by: Sarah Poppe (Taylor & Francis) and Emilie Littlehales (Taylor & Francis)

Taylor & Francis recently partnered with Choice on a new group of case studies and a live webinar (20 July 2022) that address how academic librarians at four different universities are actively collaborating with faculty on affordable textbook alternatives that greatly reduce costs for their students. Find out more about these studies and what they demonstrated at this poster session.

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