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EBSCO: Maximizing Discipline Searching in Your Discovery Service
TITLE: Maximizing Discipline Searching in Your Discovery Service
DATE: Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
TIME: 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET
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Please join Tim Heiges (EBSCO) and Courtney Greene McDonald (Head of Discovery & Research Services at Indiana University Bloomington) for an informative session on how to configure and use your discovery service to most effectively support the varied research needs of your faculty and students including discipline/subject-specific searching. Hear a detailed first-hand account of how Indiana University Bloomington has been able to position its discovery service to help satisfy the needs of the researchers at each of its 14 diverse campus libraries.

By harnessing the full power of your discovery service, you can more effectively target the content that is of greatest interest to your researchers, thereby providing them with a highly successful search experience. The more success that your users experience through your discovery service, the more likely that they will be to continue to use it in the future - resulting in higher usage rates for all of your library's resources that are "discoverable".
Marydee Ojala
Online Searcher magazine
Tim Heiges
Vice President, Discovery Services US & Canada
Courtney Greene McDonald
Head of Discovery & Research Services
Indiana University Bloomington