March 26, 2017

Innovating at Webscale

SPONSORED BY: OCLC and Library Journal
EVENT TIME AND DATE: Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 2:00-3:00 PM ET/11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT

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The emergence of new library services platforms — Innovative Interfaces’s SierraSerials Solutions IntotaEx Libris’s AlmaOCLC’s WorldShare Management Services among them — is increasingly evident as part of the ongoing migration to a new generation of automation products that are far more functional and dynamic than integrated library systems. These platforms allow libraries to operate and innovate at Webscale and to revolutionize workflows, operations, and user engagement. Panelists will discuss their experiences of migrating to these next generation applications.

Lynne Jacobsen – Associate University Librarian, Pepperdine University
Kathryn K. Silberger – Automation Resources Librarian, Marist College
John Ross– Director of Forsyth Library, Fort Hays State University 
Andrew K. Pace – Executive Director, Networked Library Services, OCLC

Marshall Breeding – Creator and Editor, Library Technology Guides

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