Reengineering the library : issues in electronic resources management / edited by George Stachokas
- Chicago : ALA Editions, 2018.
- Copyright Date:
- Physical Description:
- xi, 320 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Stachokas, George
- An ALCTS monograph
- Language Note:
- Text in English.
- Trends and developments in licensing electronic resources / by Lori Duggan -- Oh, the places you'll go! : managing electronic resources across the institution / by Monica Moore -- Managing knowledge bases and electronic resources metadata / by Richard Guajardo -- Working with EBSCO discovery service / by Regina Koury -- Managing discovery services : case studies at Simon Frasier University (Summon) and Acadia University (Primo) / by Leanna Jantzi, Jennifer Richard, and Sandra Wong -- From electronic resources management to library services platforms / by L. Angie Ohler -- The library in the information marketplace : cost containment strategies / by George Stachokas -- Using LibGuides to promote communication between public and technical services / by Jennifer Bazeley -- Core competencies for electronic resources librarianship / by Sarah W. Sutton -- Using the core competencies for e-resource librarians to reengineer technical services / by Christine Korytnyk Dulaney and Kari Schmidt -- Is "E" for everybody? : reorganizing to fit e-resources across acquisitions and resource sharing / by Judith Emde and Angela Rathmel -- Managing freely available electronic resources / by Chris Bulock -- Developing staff skills in e-resource troubleshooting : training, assessment, and continuous progress / by Sunshine Carter and Stacie A. Traill -- SUSHI : automating the retrieval of COUNTER usage data / by Oliver Pesch -- Analytics and assessment of electronic resources / by Geoffrey Timms.
- In the past ten years, managing electronic resources has become an increasing part of a librarian's duties. This text addresses some of the most important changes impacting contemporary academic libraries: licensing, cost containment, troubleshooting and technical support, and much more. The contributing authors share their expertise and experience in different aspects of electronic resources management, to help readers develop a better understanding of the ongoing changes-- adapted from introduction.
- 9780838916216 (paperback ; alkaline paper)
083891621X (paperback ; alkaline paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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