March 30, 2023
Librarian Panel Discussion: Power Extraordinary User Experiences with Integrated Online Academic Library Services
Academic library patrons have higher expectations in their online quest for knowledge and resources. They desire their online experience and interactions with the library ecosystem to be similar to what they are able to receive in their normal day-to-day lives: easy discoverability, simple content delivery, more personalization, access on any device at any time, faster support, and more avenues to knowledge at their point of need.
To facilitate a user experience that meets patrons where they’re at and elevates the library offering, librarians are building rich, integrated online ecosystems that streamline the patron journey and simplify library workflows.
Join us for a fascinating discussion on Tuesday, April 18, 2023, at 11 am EDT (New York) to learn more about how they’re connecting library systems to benefit patrons and librarians alike, with particular attention to Ex Libris services on its higher education platform. Topics will focus on:
- Digital transformation post-pandemic, focused on collections and the user experience
- One-stop focus for both librarians and patrons
- Strategies for getting institutional buy-in on service adoption
- Implementation considerations within the library
Our panelists will include:
Digital Library Manager
University of Salford
Blake L. Galbreath
Core Services Librarian (Systems)
Washington State University
James M. Day
Assistant Director for Electronic Library Services
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Systems Librarian and Scholarly Communications Librarian/Liaison Librarian, Economics
University of Windsor
Register today! This free webinar is hosted by the Library Journal and details about receiving Continuing Education credit for this session are posted on the registration page.