**Apologies for cross posting**

We’re delighted to announce that the NISO-BISG Changing Standards Landscape
is back in person at the American Library Association’s Annual Conference
in Washington, DC! If you’ll be attending the conference, we very much hope
you’ll join us for this popular event — free and open to all registered ALA
attendees — from 12.00-4.00pm EDT on June 24 (room to be confirmed).

The theme this year is The Book: Usage, Economics, and the Future
and the program features:


   Welcome: Todd Carpenter, NISO and Brian O'Leary, BISG

   The Format of the Book and What That Entails (Keynote): Matt Kirschenbaum,
   University of Maryland, author of Bitstreams (University of Pennsylvania

   The Book Supply Chain in the 21st Century (Discussion): Gwen Evans,
   Elsevier and Dean J. Smith, Duke University Press.

   Platforms - Technology and Infrastructure: Tim Lloyd, Liblynx

   Hosting the Collection: Maurice York, Big Ten Academic Alliance

   Preservation - How Can This Work Going Forward? Rina Pantalony, Columbia
   University Libraries, and others to be announced.

   Audience Exchange / Moderated Discussion

We hope you’ll join us for what promises to be an interesting and valuable
discussion — open to all registered ALA attendees (no additional
registration needed for this event).

Best wishes

The NISO Team


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