Deanna Marcum will be speaking on “The Future of the Print Record” panel at the Modern Language Association’s annual convention in Vancouver, British Columbia on Friday, January 9.  Kathleen Fitzpatrick (MLA) is moderating, and the panelists include James Grossman (American Historical Association), Chuck Henry (Council on Library and Information Resources), Geneva Henry (George Washington University), and Andrew M. Stauffer (University of Virginia).

“New technologies, changing approaches to research, and growing strains on library space and budgets are dramatically affecting prospects for future access to the print record of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This session focuses on the development of a framework for collaborative, productive decision making among faculty members and librarians in shaping the future of library collections.”

Each panelist will be describing their perspective on the Future of the Print Record blog over the next few days. Marcum’s post is available at http://printrecord.commons.mla.org/marcum-on-the-future-of-the-print-record/.

Where: MLA Annual Meeting

Vancouver, British Columbia

When: Friday, January 9, 2015

10:15-11:30 am