Charleston Conference Proceedings now online

The 2013 Charleston Conference Proceedings have just been published, and there are several articles about music that might be of interest to IAML members. According to their website, the Charleston Conference is "an informal annual gathering of librarians, publishers, electronic resource managers, consultants, and vendors of library materials in Charleston, SC, in November, to discuss issues of importance to them all.”

All articles are available free online.


From Monks to Mutopia: Changing Landscape in Sheet Music Publishing

Author: Ana Dubnjakovic

(R)Evolution in the Information Industry: What the Information Industry Can Learn from the Music Industry

Author: Amy Elliott


Contemplating E-Scores: Open Ruminations on the E-Score, the Patron, the Library, and the Publisher

Author: Lisa Hooper

Besides music, other topics included end users, technology, management and administration, scholarly communication, collection development, and patron-driven acquisitions and interlibrary loan.

Thanks to Lisa K. Hooper via MLA-L.


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