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- 1:00 pm - 1:05 pm. Welcome
- 1:05 pm - 1:45 pm. It’s Complicated: Strategies for Staff Organization, List Management, and Service Continuity in Leganto Implementations.
- 1:45 pm - 2:25 pm. Leganto Engagement Experiences: One Year Later.
- 2:25 pm - 2:40 pm. 15 min break
- 2:40 pm - 3:20 pm. Leganto Workflow Beyond the Basics.
- 3:20 pm - 4:00 pm. LibKey 2.0: Simplifying Full Text Access from all Points of Discovery.
Note, schedule times are approximate. Schedule may shift slightly during the event
It’s Complicated: Strategies for Staff Organization, List Management, and Service Continuity in Leganto Implementations. Greg Argo, University of St. Thomas; Kirsten Clark, University of Minnesota Twin Cities; Kelly Ann Sam, California State University San Marcos; MAT Trotter, Vanderbilt University.
Leganto customers know that providing one list for one instructor can end up being a more complicated journey than expected, but if we zoom out to the implementation level, the details and idiosyncrasies of getting one list out the door give way to myriad other issues that affect the quality of the service and provision of staff resources. Attend this session to hear the experience of multiple institutions in managing and scaling Leganto at their libraries. The panel will cover questions like: What are some approaches to managing quality with multiple staff at multiple locations? What issues arise for systems with multiple libraries with different missions and practices? What are some ways to handle core courses with multiple sections and instructors? What about handling departments who like to share resources (including reading lists)? How do you maintain continuity through repeat courses and with multiple programs? What is the process for folding in release updates with staff? How have staffs been reorganized or reenergized to address the needs of Leganto? Join us for these and more questions about managing Leganto at your institution.
Leganto Engagement Experiences: One Year Later. Erin Beach, Northeastern University; Nicole Thomas, Northeastern University.
Last year, librarians from Northeastern University shared their experience of preparing and conducting initial Leganto pilots, and then, figuring out what to do next in terms of wider engagement. One year later, we'd like to follow up on our engagement experiences since then -- during the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters -- as Leganto adoption increased, creating the need for a unified marketing message across campus and diverse training opportunities for new users of the system (instructor/student end users as well as university staff). We'll discuss which campus partners are crucial in creating an awareness and engagement program for Leganto that reaches beyond the library, and our successes -- and challenges -- in creating training materials and hosting training programs for a wide range of users, some more enthusiastic than others.
Leganto Workflow Beyond the Basics. Greg Argo, University of St. Thomas.
Are you finding it hard to keep up with new releases or difficult to find the right time to implement new functionality? This session will demonstrate things you may not know you can do in Leganto:
Submit purchase requests from reading lists
Add required question and answers during the add item process
Set up automated purchase request workflows from tags
Cleaning up old and unused courses via course loader
Assign instructor role automatically to all faculty
and many more!
LibKey 2.0: Simplifying Full Text Access from all Points of Discovery. John Seguin, Third Iron. (Gold Sponsor)
LibKey is now being used by more than 900 libraries to simplify and expedite access to content. 2020 brings significant development of LibKey services as we continue to redefine how users connect to content, both from within library services and on the open web. These developments include using LibKey Link anywhere OpenURL is used and the release of LibKey.io, an article look up and scholarly linking syntax.