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The secret to delivering next generation library services today


March 25, 2014 | 2 min read |

Learn how Anna Grigson from the LSE and Sarah Thompson from the University of York are meeting the demands of 21st century library users and how they are transforming their library systems with Alma.

To date, more than 300 institutions have chosen to transform their library management with Alma. This number is constantly growing, which is no surprise because Alma saves libraries time and money by streamlining workflows and enabling digital, electronic and print resources to be managed within one system, and provides in-built analytics. As you can see, we are convinced of the benefits Alma will bring to every institution. However, you don’t have to take our word for it.

Anna Grigson from the LSE and Sarah Thompson from the University of York will be joining us at the UKSG 37th Annual Conference to talk about Alma from their perspective.

Sarah will present her experiences of working with Alma at York University; Anne will talk about how the LSE is preparing for Alma, the work they have done to review their business processes in light of Alma’s capabilities, and the way they are approaching the implementation project. As well as hearing about their experiences, you will also have the chance to ask them any questions you may have.

Reserve your place at this UKSG event today!

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