Library Journal Webcast

Discovery Services and the User Experience

 

Libraries have invested a great deal of time and effort into choosing and implementing discovery systems, often to mixed responses from students and faculty.

Join this webcast to learn how libraries have marketed these services to their users and assessed users’ experience with discovery tools.

Love Is In The Air

 

According to LJ’s Materials Survey 2015, romance ranks consistently among the top three genre circulators in public libraries, in both print and ebook formats (it’s actually tied with general fiction at No. 2 in ebooks). And by locale, after mystery, romance is tops in suburban and urban libraries.

Brave New World of Tech – An Exploration of Space, Drones, AI & Other Cool Stuff

 

During this presentation Dr. Chris Marker will discuss hot topics in science, engineering and technology, specifically:

Beyond Book Displays: Helping Readers Help Themselves

 

Are you concerned when readers say they don’t know about your readers’ services and collections? Frustrated because they are resistant to talking with you? Tired of hearing how people don’t know you have audiobooks, ebooks or even large print books? Are you looking for new ways to engage readers who visit your library?

Summer Teen Online Conference

 

 

The third annual SummerTeen virtual conference presents popular YA authors talking about their writing experiences and current and forthcoming titles in an engaging. conversational format, including live Q&A with the audience.

The Evolution of Linked Data

Join OCLC’s Ted Fons, Corey Harper of New York University, and Phil Schreur of Stanford University as they trace the evolution of linked data technology over the years, and demonstrate practical applications of the latest linked data technologies being utilized in libraries today.

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