@ ITHAKA2010

A rainy walk through Times Square this morning.

What I plan on seeing today:

10:30 – 11:00    Welcome & Plenary | Kevin Guthrie

11:00 – 12:30    Morning Session B: Ithaka S+R Overview
Come learn about the current research and consulting work of Ithaka S+R, the strategy and research division within
ITHAKA. This session will introduce participants to our ongoing programs, with special attention to the sustainability of
digital resources, online learning, and the print-to-digital transition in libraries and university presses.
Laura Brown, Managing Director, Ithaka S+R
Nancy Maron, Senior Analyst/Assistant Program Manager, Ithaka S+R
Roger Schonfeld, Manager of Research, Ithaka S+R

1:30 – 3:00       B: Ensuring Preservation in a Digital Environment
The long-term preservation of scholarly literature has always been a part of the mission of ITHAKA and its associated
services. This session will provide a summary of ITHAKA-wide preservation-related initiatives, including an update
on Portico and its response to evolving preservation needs in the community as well as insight into Portico’s experience in
becoming the first digital preservation service to be independently audited by the Center for Research Libraries (CRL). The
next phase of Ithaka S + R’s “What to Withdraw” project will also be addressed.
Ken DiFiore, Associate Director, Outreach and Participation Services, JSTOR and Portico
Amy Kirchhoff, Archive Services Product Manager, Portico
Deanna Marcum, Associate Librarian for Library Services, Library of Congress
Roger Schonfeld, Manager of Research, Ithaka S+R

3:30 – 5:00       Afternoon Session C: JSTOR: New Content Initiatives
This session is open to all participating institutions and publishers interested in learning more about new content initiatives
in the works for JSTOR.
Barbara Chin, Associate Director, Legacy Collections, JSTOR
Michael Gallagher, Education Coordinator, JSTOR
Alodie Larson, Content Development Specialist, JSTORAnne Ray, Content Development Manager, JSTOR