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The final programme for the JIBS User Group event: New Dawn: the Changing Resource Discovery Landscape - JIBS Event and AGM: Monday 25th February 2013 (10am-4:30pm) …

The final programme for the JIBS User Group event: New Dawn: the Changing Resource Discovery Landscape - JIBS Event and AGM: Monday 25th February 2013 (10am-4:30pm)
Brunei Gallery at SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) London.
Find out more about JIBS User Group events at: http://www.jibs.ac.uk/events/intro.html

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  • 1. New dawn: the changing resource discovery landscape JIBS User Group event and AGM, Monday 25th February 2013 Brunei Gallery at SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) London Programme09.30-10.00 Arrival, registration and refreshments10.00-10.15 W elcome and housekeeping ( Fiona Bowtell JIBS chair), Elizabeth McHugh Chair for the day: introduction to the day10.15-11.00 Keynote Speaker Ken Chad (Ken Chad Consulting Ltd) Search to Discovery. The context for library centric discovery services11.00-11.25 Emma Crowley (Bournemouth University) “mySearch changed m y life – a resource discovery journey“11.25-11.35 Comfort break11.35-12.05 Isla Kuhn (University of Cambridge) Summon – a game of two halves12.05-12.35 Paul Stainthorp (University of Lincoln) “Find it at Lincoln": implementing EDS at the University of Lincoln12.35-13.15 Lunch13.15-13.35 JIBS AGM13.35-13.50 JIBS student dissertation prize giving. Short presentation of the winning project, Rachel Hessey (University of Sheffield)13.50-14.05 Elizabeth McHugh (University of the Highlands & IsIands) The librarians’ perspective: what are the considerations and constraints when choosing a s ystem?14.05-14.35 Adam Edwards (Middlesex University) Summon@Middlesex: The Good, the Bad and the Irritating14.35-15.05 Fiona Greig (Plymouth University) Primo and Alma: implementation, impact, integration and imagination15.05-15.35 John Dalling (University of Wales Trinity Saint David) OCLC W orldCat Local at University of W ales Trinity Saint David15.35-15.45 Comfort break and tea15.45-16.10 Matt Borg (Sheffield Hallam University) Summon-ing the courage. Cultural c hanges when implementing a discovery system at Sheffield Hallam University16.10-16.30 Discussion forum and close

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