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ER&L 2015

February 22–25, 2015

Austin, Texas

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Libraries of the Future – Changing Workflows and Systems to Serve the User

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 8:45 AM–9:30 AM CST
Room 301
Conference Track

5. User Experience


demand-driven acquisition, workflow management


Grand Valley State is meeting the expectations of its patrons with innovative practices ranging from demand-driven acquisition (DDA) and design of a physical space with the end-user in mind.  At the same time, Johnson County Community College is moving to a cloud-based library services platform and subsequently changing library workflows, staff procedures and ultimately the research process. The future of e-resource management will be discussed along with how integrated library services can provide efficient workflows that streamline delivery to the researcher and empower the patron to decide.


Jeff Daniels, Grand Valley State University Libraries
Ms. Michelle D'Couto, BSE Chemical Engineering, ProQuest
Judi Guzzy, Johnson County Community College
Mr. Michael Frisbie, MLS, Johnson County Community College