The Relevance of Librarians to Research Discovery

In a recent Inside Higher Ed article focusing on the latest “Greta Van Susteren vs. library” controversy, we are reminded by Edward Van Gemert, university librarian at the University of Wisconsin, that “the library facilitates access to content, both online and through in-person visits” to support “research, teaching and learning.” As pointed out throughout this article, the

Making Content Neutrality a Key Factor: 12 Questions to Ask Your Discovery Vendor

Eddie Neuwirth, Director of Product Management – Discovery Services, Ex Libris Every library is unique in some way, so it is logical that libraries need to take different approaches to evaluating which discovery service might be right for them. There have been a significant number of published papers and conference presentations in recent years about how

Learning from our Customers: Lessons from the Library

Tweet  Here at Ex Libris we’re particularly proud of our customer community, and it’s our good fortune to always have something to learn from our customers. Here is some food for thought from recent testimonials. Consortia and Collaboration Anya Arnold of Orbis Cascade Alliance notes that for a consortium “it’s not about the system – it’s