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We're going on an adventure- the unique package ID is on its way

Abstract
The working group is formed, the work can begin! In this session we will be providing an update on one of the most anticipated new NISO work items, creating unique package IDs to identify e-resource packages across ERM systems and KnowledgeBases. The project starts with an in-depth analysis of the landscape, documenting use cases, collecting and defining the requirements from each stakeholder and identifying possible issues early on in the process. The goal is to find a workable and practical solution that can be relatively easily applied across the supply chain. As always with NISO projects, this work relies on collaboration and consensus and we need the help of the community to bring this adventure to a successful ending. Come to this session to hear from us but we also want to hear from you! We are looking forward to your questions, comments and ideas.
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The working group is formed, the work can begin! In this session we will be providing an update on one of the most anticipated new NISO work items, creating unique package IDs to identify e-resource packages across ERM systems and KnowledgeBases. The project starts with an in-depth analysis of the landscape, documenting use cases, collecting and defining the requirements from each stakeholder and identifying possible issues early on in the process. The goal is to find a workable and practical solution that can be relatively easily applied across the supply chain. As always with NISO projects, this work relies on collaboration and consensus and we need the help of the community to bring this adventure to a successful ending. Come to this session to hear from us but we also want to hear from you! We are looking forward to your questions, comments and ideas.
The NISO Plus conference brings people together from across the global information community to share updates and participate in conversations about our shared challenges and opportunities. The focus is on identifying concrete next steps to improve information flow and interoperability, and help solve existing and potential future problems. Please join us to help address the key issues facing our community of librarians, publishers, researchers, and more — today and tomorrow!
Amy Castillo is the Department Head of Access and Discovery at the University of Texas at Arlington. Her background includes electronic resources and serials management, scholarly communication leadership, and an interest in open access infrastructure.
Athena Hoeppner is the Discovery Services Librarian at the University of Central Florida, in Orlando. She’s had the good fortune to serve in public services, systems, and technical services roles and to explore professional interests, with an emphasis on information standards and technologies to improve library and vendor operations and enhance access to content for individuals. Athena serves on the COUNTER Technical Advisory Group, the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) Information Policy Analytics Committee, and NISO Architecture Committee.
Christine Stohn is director of product management for discovery and delivery at Ex Libris. Christine has over 25 years of experience in the library and information industry, having worked on the content and data side before joining Ex Libris in 2001. In her current role Christine is focused on strategic data projects and user centered services. She serves as a co-chair of NISO’s Information Discovery & Interchange Topic Committee and is involved in various other NISO initiatives. Christine holds degrees in library sciences, information systems, and history.