EBSCO Road Show with LILRC
January 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:45 am
Come join Nancy Grimaldi, MSLIS, EBSCO NY Regional Sales Manager as she shares major updates and new projects at EBSCO, including:
OpenAthens – Stop the login fiasco and barriers to knowledge with OpenAthens; a SAML-based approach for improved identity and access management. OpenAthens includes an Administrator Dashboard for easy user management and granular statistics. The benefits of OA include: simple, secure, seamless access for the end-user that saves the librarian the hassle of managing multiple credentials while providing insight and detail into the way the resources are used.
EDS – the next-generation research platform that has become a critical component within the Academic Library setting. Partnering with ILS vendors, EBSCO gives libraries openness and choice when it comes to how they serve their patrons. Learn about updates on superior indexing from top subject indexes, high-end full text and the entire library collection—all within an unparalleled full-featured, customizable discovery layer experience. Find out about new App including LibGuide integration and Save To Cloud.
FOLIO – The Future of Libraries is Open.
A new “Supported” open source library services platform designed for openness, collaboration, and choice. EBSCO is a proud participant in the FOLIO project, providing funding and product management expertise. FOLIO is a community of librarians, developers and advocates working together to create an innovative, open source library services platform (LSP). The FOLIO platform is extensible at its core, supporting traditional resource management functionality, but focused on the ability to deliver new services.
Ultimates – Two years in the making; five new upgrades with more full text and fewer embargoes. Come learn about our efforts to find the best content indexed in Web of Science and Scopus.
EBSCO Academic ebook Subscription has big new developments.
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