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It's great to see libraries embrace today's management and assessment solutions. This past week we hosted webinars by two librarians, Mary Walker (Wichita State University Libraries) and Jeffrey Daniels (Grand Valley State University Libraries), highlighting their use of tools to improve operations, workflow, and service to library users.

As the vision for web-scale management starts to materialize further, it's libraries like these who are gaining a head start in shifting from their ILS to future solutions. These libraries have recognized the need to redefine how they operate and have taken the necessary steps to move themselves forward.

Recordings for these two sessions are available. Take a look!


360 Counter and Its Role in Reporting at Wichita State University

Thursday, August 16 at 8:00 am PDT
Mary Walker, Electronic Resources Librarian at Wichita State University Libraries


Getting Started with an Electronic Resource Management System

Tuesday, August 21 at 10:00 am PDT
Jeffrey Daniels, Head of Technical Services and Electronic Resource Management at Grand Valley State University Libraries

24 Aug 2012 | Posted by Ashley Bass

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