Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Serials Solutions LibFest – A special education webinar program

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Serials Solutions LibFest

A special education webinar program

Serials Solutions is excited to announce that next week we'll be launching a special program – Serials Solutions® LibFest – highlighting the best approaches and ideas in e-resource discovery and management. This special online program will feature nearly a dozen 30-60 minute presentations across a variety of topics, initially running from October 26 through November 11.

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We hope you can take advantage of these free sessions. To register, simply click "Register Now", or visit to view more details about each upcoming sessions.

Discovery Sessions

Management Sessions

Taking the Library to the Learner
Hannah Whaley (University of Dundee) & Dave Pattern (University of Huddersfield)

What's New and Upcoming with the Summon Service
Andrew Nagy (Serials Solutions)

Magic Numbers: The Astonishing Story of Ebooks
Anne Mitchell (University of Houston)

Game-Changer for the 21st Century Library
Michael Eisenberg (University of Washington)

Implement your resolver with the Serials Solutions XML API
Michael Spalti (Willamette University)

Dealing with Delighted Users and Disrupted Librarians
Scott Garrison (Western Michigan University Libraries)

Telling your Story with Usage Statistics: Making Data Work
Katy Silberger (Marist College) & Jamene-Brooks Kieffer (Kansas State University)

The Value of 360 Core & 360 Resource Manager When Managing Multiple Knowledgebases
Kari Schmidt (American University)

The Turning Point – Strategies for Today's Library
Lori Phillips (University of Wyoming)

The Truths of ERMS Implementation
Mary Walker (Wichita State University)

Why Twitter? What can Twitter do for my library & my professional development
William Drew (Tompkins-Cortland Community College)

If you can't make a particular session, but are interested in viewing an archive of a session, please register anyway—we'll send you follow-up details when the recordings are available.

If you want to submit a proposal for a future Serials Solutions LibFest session please contact us.

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