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March 17–20, 2013

Austin, Texas


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Age of Discovery

Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at 10:45 AM–12:20 PM Central Time (US & Canada)
Amphitheater 204
2013 Conference Track

Search & Discovery

Keywords

web-scale discovery, best practices

Learning Objectives

Following this session, participants will be able to understand a wide variety off discovery implementation choices, best practices, and lessons learned with several discovery systems.

Abstract

Web-scale discovery systems promise to fulfill the dream that began with Z39.50 and federated search: one interface to instantly bring in all of the best content libraries have carefully cultivated, helping the user to transition from searching to exploring. In a Q&A with panelists from libraries using at least four different web-scale discovery systems, the session presents an opportunity to learn from your colleagues' experiences as they discuss implementation choices, best practices, and lessons learned with the systems.

Presenters

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Anna Creech, MLIS, University of Richmond, Boatwright Library
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Mr Richard Guajardo, University of Houston
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Ms Annie Wu, University of Houston
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Courtney McGough, GALILEO, Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia
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Jennifer Sauer, Fort Hays State University
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Mr. Charlie Remy, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
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Katie Gohn, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
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Amy Fry, Bowling Green State University
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Annette Bailey, Virginia Tech
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