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Friday, November 8 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Making ‘Too Much’ Manageable and Discoverable: How Publishers, Vendors and Libraries Can Work Together to Help Users Unlock the Full Potential of Library Collections

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In the land of ‘too much,’ it’s important to have different, creative acquisitions models available; that no matter the acquisitions model, materials are discoverable in a timely manner; and that workflows are streamlined so that librarians can focus on value-added tasks such as collection development rather than loading records and setting holdings.

As libraries integrate ‘just in time’ collection development strategies, management and discovery tools must support the creative (and complex) acquisitions models available from publishers and content providers. These new models provide great opportunities for libraries to connect users with relevant content. However, managing and maintaining accurate holdings information necessary for effective discovery is challenging.

How can publishers, vendors, and libraries work together to optimize discovery, shorten the timeframe from when a title is available to when it is discoverable, and relieve some of the burden on libraries of maintaining holdings? One word, libific. The panel will share more about this exciting initiative currently underway.

Speakers
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Jesse Holden

Director of Acquisitions, USC
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Alexandra de Lange

Head of Third-Party Platform Relations, Elsevier Science
Alexandra de Lange is the Head of Third-Party Platforms in Elsevier. In this role she is responsible for strategy and policy development as well as product- and partnership management related to discoverability of content published on ScienceDirect.  ScienceDirect is Elsevier’s full-text platform where researchers can read and interact with content from over 2,500 journals and 26,000 e-books. Recent developments in the area of... Read More →
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John Law

Vice President of Discovery Services, ProQuest
As vice president of discovery solutions, John Law leads a dynamic team that builds information solutions aimed at getting librarians and end-users to their information "discovery moment" effortlessly. John was the visionary and development leader behind the ground-breaking Summon™ web-scale discovery service, providing instant access to the full breadth of a library’s collections. For more than a decade, John has focused on... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2013 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Colonial Ballroom, Embassy Suites Historic District 337 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29403

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