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ER&L 2015

February 22–25, 2015

Austin, Texas

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Making e-books discoverable at Multnomah County Library

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 4:15 PM–5:00 PM CST
Room 103
Conference Track

5. User Experience


e-books, cataloging, MARC records, MARC Edit

Learning Objectives

Following this session participants will be able to evaluate providers of MARC records including vendor and OCLC records, enhance MARC records according to local patron needs and practice, and adjust Bibliocommons settings to make e-books more discoverable in the catalog.


See what Multnomah County Library is doing to make e-books more discoverable. Learn about some of the ways that MCL evaluates and enhances vendor records before adding them to the local catalog. Get tips on Bibliocommons settings and integrations that improve the user experience with e-books in your catalog.


Erica Findley, Multnomah County Library
Sandy Macke, Catalog and Metadata Administrator