We’re attending IGeLU Conference at KU Leuven, Belgium. If you’re attending, please say hello to Adam Barry at the Technology from Sage stand. He’d love to say hello and hear about your library!
We will be hosting a session on the following days, please join us:
Monday 11th September at 2.00pm
Session Title: Reimagining the Academic Library for the Student of Tomorrow
In an increasingly digital world, the need for academic libraries to evolve has never been greater. This session will present key findings from our latest Librarian Futures report, focusing on the student perspective. Our research reveals significant gaps between students’ expectations and the current offerings of academic libraries. For example, with Google as a primary research tool, libraries must bolster their online presence and engagement strategies.
This session aims to inspire academic libraries to innovate, adapt, and better cater to tomorrow’s students. Attendees will gain insights into current challenges, receive recommendations for enhancing the student experience, and understand the evolving role of libraries in student success in the digital age
Speaker: Adam Barry, Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday 13 September at 9.40am
Session Title: An innovative solution for delivering Ex Libris Services directly into user workflows – A use case review
Lean Library’s mission is to help redefine what the library means. They do this in a form of a browser extension that connects with library services, systems, and content to deliver the library directly to the user. During this presentation, Jiri Pavlik, CzechELib & ZISKEJ Project Manager, National Library of Technology will share his experience of how Lean Library helps to deliver their library to meet users in their preferred workflow. Lean Library will also share insights from ExLibris and Lean Library partners to demonstrate the impact Lean Library has on the usage and awareness of ExLibris services.