Presented by Library Journal and ER&L
EVENT DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PT
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Managing e-resources, developing collections, evaluating user behavior, and making e-content accessible is equal parts challenge and opportunity. This free LJ webcast, developed by Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L), offers attendees a brief look at user’s expectations, how e-content is presented to our users, what we need from our vendor partners to make e-content accessible, and tools to better analyze our user data.
- Why Users Won’t Jump Through Library E-Book Hoops and How to Fix It
- Using Data Refinement Tools to Improve User Experience
- Librarian Adoption of Web-Scale Discovery Services
- Where Do MARC Records for eBooks Come From?
Join ER&L Program Chair, Elizabeth Winter and ER&L Conference Coordinator, Bonnie Tijerina, as they moderate an insightful discussion with a distinguished lineup of expert panelists.
Jaclyn Bedoya - Electronic Resources Librarian, California State University Fullerton
Galadriel Chilton - Electronic Resources Management Librarian, University of Connecticut
Cheri J. Duncan - Director, Acquisitions and Cataloging, James Madison University
Katy Ginanni - Collection Development Librarian, Western Carolina University
Elizabeth Winter - Asst. Department Head & Electronic Resources coordinator, Georgia Tech Library
Bonnie Tijerina - Head of E-Resources and Serials, Harvard Library
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