ACI's Aura Novembre, 2015 Charleston Conference
ACI’s Aura Novembre, 2015 Charleston Conference.

ACI Information Group attended the 2015 Charleston Conference in Charleston, South Carolina last week to showcase the ACI Scholarly Blog Index to librarians, publishers, and industry professionals. Held from November 4-7, 2015 in Charleston, South Carolina, the conference allowed ACI Scholarly Blog Index Manager Pat Sabosik, ACI Vice President of Content Administration Aura Novembre, and ACI President Larry Schwartz to demonstrate ACI’s valuable collection of scholarly blogs, workflow tools, and use case findings to conference attendees.

In addition to demonstrating ACI and discussing the collection’s value for faculty, students, and other scholarly researchers at the conference vendor table, President Larry Schwartz also took part in a panel discussion of Librarians, Publishers, Aggregators: Are You Missing the Boat on the Perfect Partnership? from 2:25-3:10 pm on Thursday, November 5 to discuss how libraries, publishers, and content aggregators can work together to serve the academic community.

ACI President Larry Schwartz, New and Noteworthy Premier, 2015 Charleston Conference.

In addition, Larry also showcased ACI in a premier panel session entitled Five Minute Previews of the New and Noteworthy on Saturday, November 7. The lightning-talk session highlighted innovative content, products and platforms in the electronic resource and library communities, allowing Larry to discuss and demonstrate both the benefits of a scholarly blog collection to academic researchers and the additional curation, collaboration, and workflow tools available to ACI users.


If you missed the conference, or if you weren’t able to stop by our booth or attend Larry’s talks, you can learn more about the ACI Scholarly Blog Index by attending an ACI weekly webinar. In addition, be sure to check out our collection of helpful video tutorials on ACI’s YouTube channel. Ready to start your free ACI trial customized to your institution? Just contact us to get started, and start reaping the benefits of an editorially-curated collection of scholarly blogs for your institution’s researchers.