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Staff: Mark Sullivan

Mark Sullivan

Mark Sullivan

IDS Project Executive Director

Fraser 215
(585) 245-5172
sullivm@geneseo.edu

Department(s):

  • IDS Project

Areas of Responsibility:

Education:

  • MLS, University of Buffalo
  • Juris Doctorate, Vermont Law School
  • Bachelor of Science, Cornell University

Publications and papers:

Pitcher, K., Bowersox, T., Oberlander, C., & Sullivan, M. (2010). Point-of-Need Collection Development: The Getting It System Toolkit (GIST) and a New System for Acquisitions and Interlibrary Loan Integrated Workflow and Collection Development. Collection Management. 35(3-4), 222-236.

 

Presentations and Workshops:

GIST Presentations

  • “Getting It System Toolkit”  OCLC Innovation in Libraries, Columbus, OH,  October, 2012

  • “GIST for ILLiad:  Full Day Preconference Workshop,” OCLC ILLiad Conference, Virginia Beach, VA March, 2012

  • “Getting It System Toolkit:  GIST Gift and Deselection Manager- streamlining evaluation and process,” NYSLAA, June 2011

  • “GIST: Getting it System Toolkit a remix of Acquisitions, Collection Development, Discovery, Interlibrary Loan, and Technical Services,” OCLC ILLiad Conference, Virginia Beach, VA March, 2011

  • “Getting It System Toolkit:  Empowering Users & Libraries, and optimizing Gift and Deselection and more,” SUNYLA, June 2010

  • “Getting It System Toolkit: The GIST of making better informed decisions about borrowing, buying, or downloading for users, ILL and acquisitions workflow,” OCLC ILLiad Conference, Virginia Beach, VA March, 2010

IDS Project Presentations

  • “IDS Project Update,” OCLC ILLiad Conference, Virginia Beach, VA March 2009

  • “IDS Project Update,” OCLC ILLiad Conference, Virginia Beach, VA March 2008

  •  “The IDS Project: Development of Interdependent Information Delivery Services,” Westchester Academic Library Directors Organization (WALDO), Fordham University, Bronx, NY, November 2007

  • “The IDS Project: A Solution for New York State’s Resource-sharing Challenges,” Nylink NY State Resource Sharing Summit, Saratoga Springs, June 2007

  • “The IDS Project: Development of Interdependent Information Delivery Services Among Participating College Libraries,” NYLINK Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, May 2007

  • “The IDS Project: Development of Interdependent Information Delivery Service,”  South Central Regional Library Council, Ithaca, NY, January 2007; Western NY Library Research Council, Buffalo, NY, May 2007. Northern NY Library Network, Potsdam, NY, May 2007; Central NY Library Council, Morrisville, NY, June 2007

  • “The IDS Project’s Contribution to the SUNYConnect Resource Sharing Initiative,”  SUNY Council of Library Directors Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, April 2007

  • “Be Careful What You Wish For—Unexpected Consequences of the IDS Project’s Initial Success,” OCLC ILLiad Conference, Virginia Beach, VA March 2007

  • “How the IDS Project Can Further the Resource Sharing Goals of the NY3Rs”  Executive Directors of New York State Regional Library Councils, Syracuse, NY, September 2006

  • “Development of Interdependent Information Delivery Services (IDS):  A Pilot Project--Results & What We Have Learned,” OCLC ILLiad Annual Conference at Dublin, Ohio, March 2006 

  • “The Potential Value of the IDS Project for Meeting OCLC’s Resource Sharing Objectives,” OCLC Members Council Resource Sharing Section, Fall Meeting, Dublin, Ohio, October 2006

  • “Development of Interdependent Information Delivery Services (IDS: A Pilot Project--Results & What We Have Learned,” American Library Association Midwinter Conference, San Antonio, TX, January 2006

  • “The IDS Project: New Visions for Library Services,” Nylink Annual Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY, May 2005.

 

ALIAS Presentations

  • “Licensing and Fair Use: ALIAS (Article License Information Availability Service),” Northern New York Library Network Conference, Oct. 2011

  • “Alias:  Article License Information Availability Service,” LiSUG, Utica, NY October 2008

  • “Alias:  Article License Information Availability Service,” IDS Conference, Oswego, NY August 2008