NASIG 2013 program highlights: Discovery

Are you interested in learning more about e-resource discovery? Join your colleagues at the 28th Annual North American Serials Interest Group Conference in Buffalo, NY on June 6-9, 2013. Here are a few of the exciting discovery sessions that will be happening at the conference this year:

  • Structural & organizational approaches to discoverability and design (presented by Candice Kail & Colleen Major of Columbia University)
  • Building a better knowledgebase: An investigation of current practical uses and requirements (presented by Maria Collins & Katherine Hill of North Carolina State University)
  • LibX: The small but mighty button for e-resource discovery and access (presented by Galadriel Chilton & Joelle Thomas of University of Connecticut)
  • Discovering music: Small-scale, web-scale, facets, and beyond (presented by Rebecca Belford of University at Buffalo, Tracey Snyder of Cornell University, & Kimmy Szeto of State University of New York Maritime College)
  • Designing user-centered discovery-and-access services for enhanced virtual user experience (presented by Molly Beisler & Paoshan Yue of University of Nevada, Reno)

For more information on the conference and for registration information, please visit: http://www.nasig.org/conference_registration.cfm
Do you have a great idea, workflow, or project that you’d like to share with your NASIG colleagues? Sign up to be a part of the first-ever NASIG Great Ideas Showcase! Proposals are due 3/29/13. For more information, visit the NASIG Blog at https://nasig.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/great-ideas-showcase-proposals-nasig-2013/.

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