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Monday, April 4 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
S19 - The Role of Choice in the Future of Discovery Evaluations

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Panelists will debate the merits of interoperability and look at the factors that either enable or prohibit choice in today’s library technology ecosystem. And, they will examine the viability of a “best of breed” approach to selecting systems and the interests of libraries to choose those applications that best address back-end workflow and end-user success.

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Neil Block

Vice President for Discovery Innovation, EBSCO Information Services
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Marshall Breeding

Creator & Editor, Library Technology Guides
Marshall Breeding is an independent consultant, speaker, and author. He is the creator and editor of Library Technology Guides and the libraries.org online directory of libraries on the Web. His monthly column Systems Librarian appears in Computers in Libraries; he is the Editor for Smart Libraries Newsletter published by the American Library Association, and has authored the annualLibrary Systems Report published by American Libraries since... Read More →
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Robert McDonald

Associate Dean for Research & Technology Strategies, Indiana University
As the Associate Dean for Research and Technology Strategies, Robert H. McDonald works to provide library information system services and discovery services to the entire IU system and manages projects related to scholarly communications, new model publishing, and technologies that enable the Libraries to support teaching and learning for the IU Bloomington campus. In his role as Deputy Director of the Data to Insight Center, he works on new... Read More →
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J Curtis Thacker

Director of Discovery Systems, Brigham Young University

Monday April 4, 2016 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 204

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