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Several experts from Serials Solutions will be speaking at industry conferences in February. Check out where Chandra, John and Jane will be presenting the latest on big data analysis, library services platforms and how data analysis is helping drive a more compelling discovery experience. 
Not attending these conferences, but interested in learning more? Let us know and we will be in touch.

Code4Lib 2013

February 11 - 14, 2013

Actions speak louder than words: Analyzing large-scale query logs to improve the research experience

Raman Chandrasekar, Software Architect Lead, Serials Solutions

Susan Price, Search Analyst, Serials Solutions

In this session, Chandra and Susan will describe the "Relevance Metrics Framework" and provide examples of insights gained and surprises encountered during its development and implementation.

ALIA Information Online 2013

February 12 - 15, 2013

Do You Need a New System? Why?

Jane Burke, Sr. Vice President, Serials Solutions

This session reviews several research studies to determine market needs for collection management services and the pace of adoption of these services in libraries.

Summon: Leading Users to Better Research Outcomes

John Law, Vice President, Discovery Solutions, Serials Solutions

This session showcases the new opportunity that exists for libraries to yet again transform the academic research experience by leveraging “Big Data” to move discovery beyond just being convenient to being systems that can proactively and predictively improve search relevance and the user experience.

 

Recent Presentations

Serials Solutions subject matter experts participated last month at ALA’s Midwinter conference.

ALCTS College and Research Libraries Interest Group

A Panel Discussion on the Results of NISO’s Open Discovery Initiative

Marshall Breeding, Independent Consultant and Founder of Library Technology Guides

John Law, Vice President, Discovery Solutions, Serials Solutions

Doralyn Rossmann, Assistant Professor and Collection Development Librarian, Montana State University

13 Feb 2013 | Posted by Christine Goetz

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