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NISO Webinar: Integrating Library Management Systems

Wednesday, June 8, 2016, 1:00 P.M.– 2:30 P.M., EDT


Library management systems today must not exist in isolation, but should integrate with a variety of other components, both within the library’s own technical infrastructure and beyond. The current genre of library services platforms brings together a variety of components which were previously implemented separately. Many libraries continue to use integrated library systems along with separate tools for managing electronic resources. Resource management systems of all types must integrate with discovery services or other patron-facing resources. This webinar will explore some of the issues involved with integrating technology components into a cohesive environment for efficient resource management and easy access for library users. It will include both an overview of the key issues involved and perspectives from librarians who have practical experience with integrating library management and discovery systems.


Confirmed speakers include Marshall Breeding, Independent Consultant, Library Technology; Ellen Bishop, Director, Integrated Library Services, Florida Academic Library Services Cooperative–FLVC; Susan Johns-Smith, Coordinator of Library Systems and Consortia, Pittsburg State University; and Fred Reiss, Head of Digital Data/Metadata and E-Content Licensing Services, Library Technology Platforms, University of Oklahoma Libraries.


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