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The Discovery System Journey: Making your Primo relevant in today's academic environment

Camp, Twila and Grant, Carl (2016) The Discovery System Journey: Making your Primo relevant in today's academic environment. In: ELUNA 2016 Annual Meeting, May 1-6, 2016, Oklahoma City, OK USA.

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The successful implementation of a discovery tool is just the beginning of a library's knowledge creation journey. It requires applying a constant mix of people, resources, investment, maintenance, and organization to continue and assure the relevancy of your library interface to your community expectations. In many cases and in many ways, community usesrs will provide you with valuable input if you use the available tools that allow you to learn from their experiences and then use that to plan a better experience for them. The University of Oklahoma library discovery team will share our experiences to-date in this area and discuss the strategies, relationships, and technologies we've found helpful in doing this work. Our conversation will focus on the functional waypoints our work revolves around including the user interface, maintenance, data sources, and search functionality and planned enhancements.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Event Title:ELUNA 2016 Annual Meeting
Divisions:ELUNA Conference Proceedings
ID Code:1335
Deposited On:07 Jun 2016 21:16
Last Modified:08 Jun 2016 00:06

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