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It???s Time for Libraries to Transform
ProQuest: Tools for Change
 
TITLE: It’s Time for Libraries to Transform: How Your Library Can Manage Evolving Collections and Exceed Researcher Expectations
DATE: Tuesday June 17, 2014
TIME: 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET
 
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Join Jane Burke, VP of Strategic Initiatives at ProQuest, as she illustrates why now is the time for library systems to transform. As collections become predominantly digital, the needs for managing and providing access to those collections have changed which requires librarians to evolve their management practices and workflows.

Jane will explore new models in library automation focusing on four core areas:
  • Knowledgebases
  • Discovery & Access
  • Collection Assessment
  • Unified, Intelligent Workflows
   
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Marydee Ojala
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Jane Burke
Vice President
ProQuest
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