The latest What's New@IEEE in Libraries has a link to a page with PDF versions of all the presentations from last month's meeting in New York.
All the presentations are well worth checking out. The first two, by non-LAC members Ricard Sweeney and Anthony Breitzman, were the keynote presentations. Sweeney's on "Kids Today" and Breitzman's on the importance of the scholarly literature in patent applications.
- Understanding Millennials Implications for Colleges by Richard Sweeney
- The Expanding Role of E-Resources in Technology Development by Anthony Breitzman, Ph.D
- Best Practices: Past, Present, and Future by Sharon Shaw
- Resource Access and Delivery: Library Best Practices by Dee Magnoni
- IEEE Xplore® Product Development Update by Barbara Lange
- Extracting Trends from an Emerging Publishing Market by Jens Vigen
- IR and OA in France + INP Toulouse's Experience by Catherine Forestier
- Open Access Journals in the Telecoms Sector by David Alsmeyer
- Rights Management in a Corporate Environment by Britt Mueller
Since I don't believe our Google Docs presentation is convertible into PowerPoint or PDF formats without major magical intervention, I will include a link here to the Google Docs published version: Nature as an Example of Web 2.0 by Michael Buschman and John Dupuis.